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This Healthrider treadmill review looks various models. Healthrider treadmills are produced by Icon Health and Fitness, which is the largest retail fitness company.

The company uses the Soft Track cushioning system. The system has a soft belt and another cushion system under the deck. This soft cushion system provides a softer workout for your ankle and knees. The warranty on average is below the warranty on Smooth treadmills.

The Healthrider H190t costs about $1700-2000. It feature the iFit technology and a large 10 inch touch full color screen. You can get workouts powered by Google Maps. Other features include:
1. Comfortable 20" x 60", 2 ply treadbelt with the new cushioning system.
2. Space saver design lets you quickly fold the machine up and out of the way.
3. Variety of 32 built in workouts.
4. Compatible music port for an iPod.

The H79t model costs about $750. It features an adjustable cushioning system that quickly customizes the firmness of the deck with a simple adjustment. The 16 built in workout programs keep you motivated. The iFit technology lets you download workouts to your console.

The H80t treadmill costs about $1200. It is compatible with the iFit technology and features workouts powered by Google Maps. You can listen to your favorite music with the built in sound system by plugging your iPod or MP3 player into the music port.

Other features include:
1. Full length cushioning
2. Space saver design lets you fold the machine vertically for storage
3. Built in heart rate sensors in the handle bar
4. Twenty built in workout programs
5. Quiet and smooth 20" x 60" belt

The H50 Crosswalk SL treadmill costs about $700. One touch speed and incline controls let you choose your workout intensity with the touch of a button. Other features include:
1. Space saver design lets you fold the machine up for storage
2. Twelve built in workout programs
3. Heart rate sensors built into the handlebars
4. iFit workout card technology
5. Compatible music port for an iPod
6. Soft cushioning system
7. Sturdy 18" x 50" treadbelt

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