If you’re looking for a relatively cheaper treadmill, yet still want useful features such as built in programmes, LCD screen and pulse sensor, then the Weslo CAD C6 treadmill may be an option to consider. It has a maximum speed of 16km/h, digital incline that can be automatically switched up to 6% and a shock absorption system on the belt to avoid excessive impact forces.
While the Weslo CAD C6 probably doesn’t have the speed or incline level required by ultra-fit athletes, the 16km/h speed is more than enough for anyone looking to get a decent workout through jogging. The rest of this Weslo CAD C6 review will focus on the features of the treadmill in greater detail.
Weslo CAD C6 Specifications
- The Weslo CAD C6 treadmill comes with four settings and speed programmes. While this means you don’t have the same number of programmes as more expensive models, there is still enough variation to keep your workout interesting.
- The LCD is tinted green to make it easy to read, and shows distance, speed, incline, pulse, calories and time.
- Unlike other treadmills in this price range, the incline can be changed automatically without having to manually adjust the machine. The incline does only go up to 6%, however, which is far below that of more expensive models.
- It has a maximum speed of 16kmh, which is enough for most basic workouts. If you want to train hard, however, then you’ll need a treadmill with a higher maximum speed.
- The belt size is 40x120cm, and the deck folds up and away when it’s not being used. The maximum weight of the user for this treadmill is 115kg, so it’s important to keep this in mind before you buy.
- Other features of the Weslo CAD C6 motorised treadmill include cell impact absorption and EKG hand pulse sensing system. The dimensions of the treadmill are 130x75x166cm.
The Weslo CAD C6 is a great treadmill for beginner runners or those who want to supplement their existing exercise program. It has all the features you need for basic workouts, and is also relatively easy to setup.