WootBot


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ProForm Refurbished Treadmills

So it's refurbished? Cool! I was just wondering, is there anything left over? Like, does it come with the previous person's stamina? Or their running physique? Please?
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caluth


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If you buy enough of them you can protect your house from a zombie invasion!

jspot35


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Why does she have the treadmill with a tv screen on it set up in front of the big screen tv? Just sayin'

brickfrenzy


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jspot35 wrote:Why does she have the treadmill with a tv screen on it set up in front of the big screen tv? Just sayin'



Because it's a really bad photoshop.

That being said, I'm seriously considering buying one of these. A little concerned about a refurb treadmill though.

daymeeyan


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I really want one of these, but I haven't been having much luck with refurbs lately.

Jayrookie


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caluth wrote:If you buy enough of them you can protect your house from a zombie invasion!



you're right!!! in for 9

rscottv7


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I have a few questions:
Normally the budget models of the Proform Treadmill have a lifetime frame, 3 year parts, 1 year labor warranty. Is the warranty on these really only 90 days?

How does the shipping work for these giant, heavy items? Can they bring it inside if you are home. Can you arrange a particular time for delivery?

Thanks!

luke975


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rscottv7 wrote:I have a few questions:
Normally the budget models of the Proform Treadmill have a lifetime frame, 3 year parts, 1 year labor warranty. Is the warranty on these really only 90 days?

How does the shipping work for these giant, heavy items? Can they bring it inside if you are home. Can you arrange a particular time for delivery?

Thanks!




yep it looks like the warranty is only 90 days. from the time of purchase, not when you receive the item.

from the description these will be delivered to the first point of cover, porch, garage, etc. of course like anything money talks. a 20 could convince the delivery guys to take it into your home.

I always did like yardsales.

PemberDucky


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rscottv7 wrote:I have a few questions:
Normally the budget models of the Proform Treadmill have a lifetime frame, 3 year parts, 1 year labor warranty. Is the warranty on these really only 90 days?

How does the shipping work for these giant, heavy items? Can they bring it inside if you are home. Can you arrange a particular time for delivery?

Thanks!



i will get a confirmation, but typically with treadmills (and similar items), they are shipped freight. somebody calls to arrange a time for delivery and they bring the item into the "point of cover" described on the sale page.

as i said, i'll get a confirmation on that, but that is how we've typically done it.

UPDATE: this has been confirmed. hopefully that answers your questions!


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hosesplus


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I bought a pro-form re-furb about 6 years ago. It was very noisy from the get-go then after 2-3 weeks it stopped. Help desk said change fuses and put it on it's own fuse breaker. Did both, worked for 4 more weeks then had to change fuses (disassemble and reassemble every time, 15 screws + 4 panels)every couple of days. They sent a new motor (I had to install)and it was great! Until 9 months later when the whole cycle began again Guess what? No warrantee! Every couple of months I take it apart and change the fuses, sux!!

FIGHTING CRIME AND INDIFFERENCE SINCE 8:32 THIS MORNING

litvish


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Does anyone know how much assembly does this requires?

therealjosh


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litvish wrote:Does anyone know how much assembly does this requires?



Same question. That might be a deal breaker for me since I can get a no assembly from the website for a hundo more.

ThunderThighs


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litvish wrote:Does anyone know how much assembly does this requires?

Assembly is definitely required. You can go to the ProForm Support Page and type in the model number to get more more info including a manual (maybe).

I found it for a few of the models but a few weren't there. I'm figuring the assembly is similar between the models.



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KevinatWoot


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What a silly photo -- the lady has a perfectly good 42" HD TV right in front of her; but she would rather watch baseball on a 15" HDTV?

therealjosh


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I sent a message to the woot service but I'm just doubling my bets. I need to change the shipping address on my order.