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ProForm Cadence LT Treadmill Review
We have not yet had the opportunity to properly review the ProForm Cadence LT Treadmill, but hope to be able to very soon.
We’ve tested and reviewed a lot of Proform treadmills over the years and it’s been a very interesting ride, especially in the last few years with the advent and growth of the iFit offering that all its modern machines are compatible with. Many of the models we’ve recently tested are in the mid-point and upper end of the range with most generally offering a high level of specs and features, such as large motors, large running decks and tablet-style full-colour touch-screens. So, this week we took a look at one of its entry-level models, the Proform Cadence LT, to see just what you get when choosing a more affordable sort of running machine from the current Proform range.
Before you can run on the Cadence LT, like most treadmills, it needs to be assembled first. And thankfully that’s an easy task here. With a crystal clear, easy to follow manual that contains excellent diagrams and is well written it took about 20 minutes to complete the build, including removing the machine from the packaging which is itself a mini-task. Here it’s just a case of simply unfolding the frame and locking it into position, fixing the handles, attaching and connecting the console, and finally, attaching the storage latch. That’s it, meaning it essentially doesn’t matter how bad you are at building things, this model won’t cause you a headache trying to get it built.
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