This is the latest Press fellowships for sport journalism treadmill comparison for Athletes, we compare the Sole F85 treadmill with the Sole TT8 Light Commercial Non-Folding Treadmill. Sole Fitness is one of the foremost brands in the treadmill industry, and it makes it a point to provide products to vivid athletes as well as beginners. Many of which come with numerous features and specifications that effectively put them in a class of their own. The Sole F85 and Sole TT8 are excellent instances of the first-string products this firm has to offer, and this article is designed to contrast them. In an attempt to enable the readers to identify just which product is ideal for their exact requirements and preferences. To this end, you may like to think of this article as a Sole F85 treadmill versus the Sole TT8 treadmill review.
Well without further ado let us get directly to it.
The Sole F85 & Sole TT8 Light Commercial Treadmill Motors
Both of these treadmills (the Sole TT8 treadmill as well as the F85) are powered by 4.0 hp motors, which provide for top rate output and reliable performance.
Despite of this fact the TT8 teadmill goes a step further by integrating a 10 pounds flywheel that offers a smooth as well as consistent power output. It also comes with a built in cooling system, which facilitates for prolonged utilization. Whether it is by different users or one that wishes to execute long runs workouts.
This handy feature effectually prevents the TT8 motor from overheating as would be the case if it didn’t have this cooling system.
The Sole F85 Treadmill And TT8 Running Decks Compared
Both the Sole F85 treadmill and Sole TT8 feature the longest and widest running deck that this firm currently offers, which is 60” X 22”.
The F85 treadmill comes with a low noise cushion flex shock-absorption deck, while the TT8 features a perma flex deck that has 3” crown rollers and also integrates the cushion flex technology. According to this review[**], the major difference between these two running deck is their distinct belts. The TT8 integrates a four ply belt compared to the two ply belt found on the Sole Fitness F85 treadmill. This certainly means that the former can last for a much longer period of time than the latter. Further, the TT8’s running surface has been manufactured in a similar manner as the soles of running shoes.
This goes a long way in guaranteeing optimal safety and comfort to its user.
Workout Programs, Speed and Maximum Weight
When it comes to the exact number of workout programs that you can access, the Sole TT8 still has the upper hand.
This treadmill comes equipped with ten programs, two of which are totally customizable. While the F85 features eight built in exercise programs, two of which are also customizable. However, this product has two different heart control programs, and it can automatically evaluate the ideal target range totally based on a user’s distinct age. As for speed, both these exercise machines can provide a maximum running speed of twelve miles per hour. The Sole #5 and Sole #8 can also comfortably accommodate users with a weight of up to 400 pounds.
This comparison between the Sole F85 treadmill and the Sole TT8 Light Commercial treadmill would definitely be incomplete if it did not touch on the exact on the exact user friendliness of these two exceptional products.
The Sole TT8 treadmill comes with a 9” , six window dot matrix screen that is in an excellent position to display all the necessary data you might be interested in while working out. This includes heart rate, calories burned , speed, pace and even the exact distance you have run. The Sole F85 Comes with a 9” LCD screen that features a handy message board that facilitates for convenient deciphering of instructions along with feedback.
Additional Features Of The Sole F85 Treadmill and The Sole TT8 Light Commercial Treadmill
As would be expected both of these treadmills also offer several additional features that can significantly enhance your exercise regimen.
To begin with, both of them come with a 15 level incline functionality, which presents several options when it comes to interval training. Their whole package also includes wireless heart rate monitoring chest straps together with pulse grip sensors that are located at their arm rests. The Sole F85 and Sole TT8 also feature built in cooling fans to enable the user to keep cool when working out . Both of them come with integrated speakers, a headphone jack and are seamlessly compatible with MP3 layers and also iPods. Nevertheless, when it comes to storage the F85 has the upper hand as it is foldable, while the TT8 is not.
Finally, both of these treadmills carry lifetime warranties on their frames, motors and decks. While their electronics carry a 5 year warranty (for both the Sole F85 treadmill and the Sole TT8 Light Commercial treadmill).
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