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Essential Services Supplier

new treadmill belts

Hi, I’m happy to let you know that we have registered as an essential service supplier in New Zealand. We can courier parts out to you for your treadmill & fitness equipment. I’m able to send out treadmill belts & treadmill lubricant within New Zealand. I only have a limited supply of belts & lubricant at the moment, but don’t worry I have more ordered and will be here in about 2 to 3 weeks.

I do have other parts available such as motor control boards, some treadmill motors and a limited supply of treadmill decks. I have plenty of other parts available and the best way to contact me is through my contact form. Click on my link for treadmill parts.

So I hope you’re not going too crazy being stuck at home, and you and your family are well. Stay safe, follow the rules and let’s keep working towards and better New Zealand.

Regards Robert Aylett

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Commercial Fitness Machine For Sale: Free Delivery Auckland

If you’re wanting to tone up for the new year, I have something that may interested you.
I have a Precor AMT for sale. It’s a full commercial machine that moves through its motion from cross-trainer to stepper. Go from long strides backwards and forwards to up and down.
It’s self powered so you can have it running anywhere. I think it has over 20 levels of resistance and several programs to keep you challenged .
This machine will tone your upper body and your lower body.
It’s a very sturdy machine made from very heavy duty materials designed to be used for over 8 hours a day by 100 kg plus people.
This is no creaky $500 special, you will never experience frame flex on this machine. This machine has a very fluid motion with full stride and resistance.
It’s about 7 years old with heaps of life left in it. It sold new for about $13,000 but I’m selling it for $2,500 and I’ll put a 1 year warranty on it.

If you’re interested give me a call or txt on 021 10 10 9 10 or message me

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Sole F63 for sale. 3 only Save $800

sole F63 Treadmill

Save $800 on this Sole F63 treadmill. I only have 3  for sale. Now only $2,400  includes delivery and assembly within Auckland.

Massive continuous 3hp motor. Large .5 meter wide by 1.5-meter length running area.  Full suspension deck reduces jarring on your joints by 40 %  and great for runners up to and over 100 kg.  This machine has full programs and a full 15% incline.

Lifetime warranty on frame, 3 years on electronics, motor and deck and 1 year on labor.

I’ve included  more information for you to check out. If you want to grab one of these great treadmills give me a call on 09 836 0910 or e-mail me on [email protected]

Reviewed as “Simply the best quality treadmill in its price range” the Sole F63 treadmill includes a 51cm x 152cm running surface, a 3.0hp motor and a 16cm LCD display which includes 6 customizable programs and 2 heart rate control programs. All of these great features partnered with speed and incline controls on the arms makes this treadmill unbelievable value.

The Sole F63 treadmill has been reviewed as “simply the best quality treadmill in its price range” by numerous consumer resources and magazines. Sole has earned the reputation of building quality treadmills using the best components, the F63 holds true to this even at a lower price. The strong, 3.0hp motor delivers challenging speeds up to 18kph and inclines up to 15 levels. Run up to six preset programs including, cardio training and fat burning specific programs.

When not in use, the treadmill deck safely locks into place, 100% secured. Other safety features include a large stop switch, starting speed of only 0.8kph and low-profile running hood. Additional features include cooling fans and speed and incline controls on the arms.

The Sole F63 treadmill console is user friendly with a vibrant blue display. The information displayed at all times includes Speed, Incline, Time, Distance Travelled, Calories, Pulse and Pace. There is also a 1/4 mile track feature and a Peak and Valley graph for different programs. The console also has built-in speakers that allow you to hook up any MP3 player (iPod, etc.) for easy listening.

F63 Sole Treadmill Technology
The Engineering team at Sole is concerned with a basic design and an emphasis on durable made treadmills. With the market expecting a quality made folding product, a stable base, and a quiet machine, Sole works to achieve and meet these consumer demands.

    • Folding Deck Design – Easy Assist – Sole Fitness offers the best folding treadmill design on the market. Their design features a patented all gear rack and pinion system with the Safety Lock Deck design that locks the deck into place when the treadmill is in the upright position. The F63 also comes with the Easy Assist folding deck design, this unique feature allows you to release the deck, step back and the deck will unfold itself effortlessly while you watch. The Easy Assist folding deck design is unique to Sole and makes unfolding your treadmill all too easy.
    • Convenient Controls – Users want to have the freedom of increasing speed and incline quickly, the display features quick speed/incline buttons along the sides of the LCD making it extremely convenient and easy to control and maintain your workout.
    • Precision Welded Frame – Accurate and precise welding is important when designing a treadmill. The durability of a product begins with a strong frame, capable of handling multiple users of various weights and heights.
    • Large Light Commercial Display Screen – The Sole LCD console display makes workouts easier and more effective. A vibrant blue screen with large clean readouts provides users with helpful information, such as Heart Rate, Speed, Pace, Calories burned and many other useful bits of information.
    • Message Board – Sole is proud to offer integrated message boards on most of our models. What is the Sole Message Board? It is an alphanumeric text center that sends scrolling messages to the user in an effort to guide them through all of the details of every workout. Ever wonder how to set up the user profile workout? Just push the user profile button the message board will walk you through the rest. Think of the message board as having someone standing next to you reading from the owner’s manual on what to do next in just about every function of the treadmill. The message board will also recap your entire workout after you are finished, so you can see your progress.
    • High Torque Motors with Flywheels – All Sole treadmills feature the heaviest duty chassis and motors in their class. Beginning with powder coated all-steel welded frames and heavy-duty stable inclines, we add industrial quality motors with large diameter, all-steel zinc coated balanced flywheels for a vibration-free secure running/walking surface. Flywheels are added to the motors to ensure they run cooler with less amp draw and extend the life of the motor.
    • Rollers – When Sole chose the rollers for their treadmill line they went with only the best and outfitted all their treadmills with the same high-end rollers that most people only offer on $5000 treadmills. Sole use 2.5″ rollers with sealed bearing design and copper ground wires for each roller to reduce static. Larger rollers make for a larger contact surface against the belt and longer roller and belt life. This makes for smooth, quiet, static free motion that will stand the test of time.
    • Belts – Sole use double woven 2-ply belts with four layers on almost all of their treadmills. Two rubber layers over a middle PVC layer with a nylon backing that rolls over the deck and rollers. The rubber provides the durability, the PVC stops the belt from over-stretching and the nylon provides a smooth static free surface to glide over the deck and rollers.
    • Bulletproof frames – All Sole treadmills feature epoxy powder coated paint, baked to appliance finish durability. This finish protects the all-steel construction, along with welded steel, not bolted, their frames are indestructible thus the lifetime warranty.
  • www.TreadmillDoctor.com – There are several companies on the internet that review Treadmills but none is more honest or straight forward than TreadmillDoctor.com. He tells it like it is and pulls no punches on the quality; or lack thereof, of the treadmill. The amount of traffic that he gets on his site has set him up as the premier location for treadmill research. Sole has had a relationship with the Doctor for the past 7 years and he has high regard for their treadmills and considers them a huge value in both quality and service. The Treadmill Doctor has spoken and Sole has passed with flying colors.
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All About Treadmill Repair & Maintenance

All About Treadmill Repair & Maintenance

Many people purchase treadmills in hopes of someday achieving their physical goals, but the machines quit working before they do. There are many problems treadmill owners may encounter with their machines, especially if they are avid exercisers. After a few months of hard running, they may need treadmill repair services for their machines

Treadmills are assembled from many parts, including electrical components, belts, and pulleys. Most owners do not want to repair their own machines; the task is just too complex, or they just don’t have the time. They prefer to hire a service provider to perform the treadmill repairs needed. In most cases, the owners return the machine to the retailer from which it was purchased or to the manufacturer. However, there are companies that specialize in repairing treadmills, and most can provide expert services for a lower price than the retailer or manufacturer.

Why would someone need treadmill repair services?

Many treadmill owners find after purchasing their treadmill that they use it less than they had planned. The treadmill sits in a corner of their home, gathering dust. Unfortunately, the treadmill’s inner mechanisms require lubrication to work properly and sitting unused for long periods of time can cause those oils to dry out. Once the treadmill is finally used again, the lubrication fails and the machine breaks down. Invariably, the owner is puzzled and frustrated that their treadmill would malfunction when it was used so rarely.

Other owners use their machines regularly and encounter different problems. The most common problems occur from wear and tear on the treadmill’s belts and pulleys. These are fairly inexpensive to replace, but average consumers don’t have the knowledge to complete the treadmill repairs on their own. Other parts are more costly and complicated to fix. Whether the task is simple or complicated, some treadmill owners just do not have the mechanical aptitude needed to perform the routine maintenance required to keep the machine in top working order. For these owners, a treadmill service provider would be helpful for performing their treadmill repairs.

How many treadmill parts could possibly need repair?

Treadmills have dozens of different parts, and each one can break down at a moment’s notice. The parts vary slightly depending on the model of treadmill and its capabilities, but generally include the following:

Treadmill belts – the belt on which the user walks
Treadmill decks – the hard surface under the treadmill belt
Drive motors – the motor that controls the treadmill belt’s movement. This part is very expensive but rarely requires treadmill repair.
Motor drive belts – it transfers power from the motor to the treadmill
Incline motors – powers the machine’s incline functionality
Rollers – the wheels on the bottom of the machine
Motor control boards – electronic board that controls the treadmill motor
Electrical parts – various boards and chips for use on control boards and panels
Consoles – that part of the machine with which the user interfaces
Wiring – the wires and connectors from the console and control boards to other parts
End caps – a protective cover placed over the end of the treadmill
Power boards – circuit board that directs electricity throughout the treadmill

The failure of any one of these parts could render a treadmill useless. In fact, many treadmills that have been sold are sitting unused in someone’s home today because a small part broke. Those owners would probably be surprised at the inexpensive cost a repair service would charge to fix their broken machines.

Where can a treadmill owner have their treadmill repaired?

Depending on the age of the treadmill, it may be still be covered by the manufacturer’s warranty and can be returned to the factory or retailer from which it was purchased for repair. The owner may have to phone the manufacturer or retailer to learn of the nearest authorized facility. If the warranty period has expired, there are many third party treadmill repair services available.

One of the most reputable service centers is Treadmill Doctor. The experts at Treadmill Doctor are certified to repair all major treadmill brands and will provide an accurate quote to the owner before beginning any work. The company has a complete parts inventory and can ship the repaired treadmill anywhere in the US. Treadmill Doctor offers competitive pricing and can perform treadmill repair services at the customer’s location or at the company’s facility. Their website also offers helpful information on the regular maintenance of treadmills.

Many problems can arise in the life a treadmill, so that means owners should read the owner’s manual and perform the routine maintenance required to get the most use from their machines. Still, treadmills do wear out, so the owner should also keep the name of a service provider at hand for their treadmill repair needs.