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Review of Phoenix 98510 Easy-Up Manual Treadmill

3.90 stars
Price Range
Reviewed on: January 25, 2014
Author: BoolPool.com

Pros & Cons

  • Great for self-powered workout at maximum walking/jogging speed
  • Stable and sturdy machine
  • Folds up easily and locks in for easy storage
  • Easy to assemble and setup
  • Small footprint, compact and lightweight, portable
  • Requires little maintenance
  • Reasonably priced
  • Hard to keep it moving smooth
  • Electronic console seems cheap

Review Summary

This is the summary of consumer reviews for Phoenix 98510 Easy-Up Manual Treadmill. The BoolPool rating for this product is Good, with 3.90 stars, and the price range is $128.24-$207.00.

The Phoenix 98510 Easy-Up Manual Treadmill  comes with a with smooth and quiet, heavy-duty weighted flywheel and 41-by-13-inch belt  for a great workout. You can achieve the maximum walking / jogging workout because you power the belt, not a motor. And as you hold onto the rails while running or speed walking, your arm muscles are sure to get some work out too. You can fold it up, lock it in place and roll it away for storage when not in use. Stable and sturdy, the Phoenix 98510 Easy-Up Manual Treadmill is reasonably priced and very easy to use. The maximum tested weight limit is 250 pounds.  A single button electronics displays speed, distance, time, calories and scan. It works on 2 AA batteries.

However, some user reviews state the machine is not so smooth and it can become hard to push the belt manually. Also the electronics console looks like a cheap quality.

Overall, the Phoenix 98510 Easy-Up Manual Treadmill is very easy to use and can save up on your electricity bills. This lightweight machine is also very easy to move around in since its compact and easy to fold up. The Easy-Up treadmill--measures 46.5 by 50 by 21.1 inches (W x H x D). It also carries a 90-day warranty on parts and a one-year warranty on the frame.

User Voice

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Review Group #: 1
(3.50 stars)
8 Reviews
Great for overall workout Everything works great Highly recommended Sturdy Uphill motion works you very hard Works you harder than you anticipate
Review Group #: 2
(4.50 stars)
9 Reviews
Takes up little space Stores easily Folds up and stores with little effort Requires little maintenance Manual treadmill so has no motor
Review Group #: 3
(3.50 stars)
10 Reviews
Keeps track of distance, calories burned, elapsed time and speed Easy set up Meter stops when you stop walking/running and then picks right back up when you go again Saves up on your electricity bill Electronic console seems cheap
Review Group #: 4
(4.00 stars)
10 Reviews
Slight incline to make the workout better Reasonable price Gives a great workout Very sturdy Lightweight Easy to assemble Compact Easy to use Stable
Review Group #: 5
(4.00 stars)
19 Reviews
Gives a great workout Inexpensive Small footprint Portable Forces a good workout

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Amazon.com  ‎ Rating: 3.90 stars from 268 reviews‎‎, Price: $180.57 ‎
Walmart.com  ‎ Rating: 3.60 stars from 8 reviews‎‎, Price: $145.49 ‎

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By Anonymous on March 09, 2014

What muscles does this use? Is it ok for people with arthritis in knees?


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By Anonymous on March 21, 2014

Walking on treadmills is much easier on sensitive joints like the knees and hips. It allows ample room for a long stride and comfortable, low-impact walk or jog. It mostly uses legs, knees, hips, thighs, ankles and feet. If you move your hand while walking, it will use some hand muscles too. It is great for cardiovascular muscles too.

I think you should check with a doctor if it is ok for people with arthritis in knees or not. IHMO, slow walking on this manual treadmill should help. But manual treadmills can cause joint and muscle strains.

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★★★★☆ (3.90 stars)
Rating: Good
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