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Barr Bicycle has been selling and servicing Treadmills in Des Moines for Twenty Years.
20-Years of Service to Des Moines!

Warranty:

Lifetime On All Parts &
1-Year Labor

 

2005 Landice
Home TreadmillS

Up Dated 03-07-05

Model

L-7

L-8

Pro Sports

2,595.00

3,295.00

Cardio

2,995.00

3,695.00

Executive

3,595.00

4,295.00

 

.5 to 12 M.P.H. / 0-15% Grade

3.0 Cont. / 4.5 Peak Baldor motor

1,000 lbs Thrust Elevation

Max User Weight: 400lbs L-7/ 500lbs L-8

1” Thick Deck
Crowned Roller 2.5”/L-7  or  3.5/L-8

Inertia Flywheel 14lbs/L-7 or 26lbs/L-8

 

 



Landice Treadmill Web Site


 

Consumer Reports Rates Landice #1
In The January 2005 Issue.

 


January 2005 Consumer Reports Magazine.

 


 

January 2003
Rarely are Best Buy selections chosen from the higher price points because value is a key consideration in any buy being the best. The Landice Road Runner L8 is an exception of sorts to this rule, because this treadmill is so unique in its design

Quality and durability are certainly inherent in this top-of-the-line treadmill, but the automobile design is the thing. The design stays true to the illusion in every detail. You start the treadmill's operation with an ignition key. You increase speed with a red-knobbed gear shift, and there's an identical gear shift to control the level of incline. Add to this a built-in six-disc CD player and it's "zoom, zoom, zoom." Other automobile-like features of the console are round analog speedometers and a track display to diagram the distance run on the oval track--and all this inside a realistic replica of a late model car radio faceplate. Non-concept features are a brushed aluminum frame, 3-hp continuous-duty engine, and Landice's trademark VFX shock absorption system. It may seem a bit pricey, but to see it is to believe it. The Landice Road Runner L8 is a special

"Top of the Line"

Landice prides themselves on manufacturing treadmills, and their focus pays off in units like the L7. The four-ply belt and VFX shock-absorption system work wonders, but the real magic is in the control panel. It features the latest applications of computer graphics down to animation of a runner in a little screen in the center of the console. There are six user-designed programs that can be altered to your own specifications, along with seven built-in programs for the unimaginative. The computer even allows for six different training calendars so everyone in the family can follow their own plan. A magnetic foot-plant monitoring system is constantly correcting belt speed to eliminate belt surge. The L7 features a rust-proof aluminum frame. The Landice L7 Executive Trainer is surely top of the line.


 

Runners World Magazine published the results of their customer satisfaction survey of over 2000 readers who owned or used a treadmill at health clubs or corporate fitness gyms. The readers were asked to rate the treadmills on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the highest rating. The following is a list of the top results:

 

 

 


 

COMPANY

AVERAGE RATING

 Landice

8.8

 Precor

8.7

 PaceMaster

8.6

 Quinton

8.6

 Trotter

8.6

 Star Trac By Unisen

8.5

 True Fitness

8.5

 Life Fitness

8.4

Landice Treadmills

All Landice treadmills are built to full institutional standards.   Most treadmill manufactures make drastically different products for home use. Landice uses the same frame, belt, deck, rollers, and motors in our club products as our home products

 

Landice Treadmills

All Landice treadmills are built to full institutional standards.   Most treadmill manufactures make drastically different products for home use. Landice uses the same frame, belt, deck, rollers, and motors in our club products as our home products