Nautilus T614 Treadmill

February 9, 2015 - Comment

The Nautilus T614 treadmill features the Dual Track multi LCD display console with goal tracking functionality enabling the user to set and track exercise goals of workout time, distance traveled and calories burned. Product Features Extra-large high-resolution blue backlit LCD monitor Charging USB port and data export to NautilusConnect.com or myfitnesspal.com Everything to meet your

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The Nautilus T614 treadmill features the Dual Track multi LCD display console with goal tracking functionality enabling the user to set and track exercise goals of workout time, distance traveled and calories burned.

Product Features

  • Extra-large high-resolution blue backlit LCD monitor
  • Charging USB port and data export to NautilusConnect.com or myfitnesspal.com
  • Everything to meet your fitness goals: 0 to 12 MPH, 0 to 12% incline, 2.75 CHP motor, 20-Inch x 55-Inch belt, 22 programs, 2 user profiles and more
  • Acoustic chambered speakers for big sound
  • 2.5-Inch crowned rollers, SoftDrop(TM) folding system, 300 lbs. max user weight
  • Affordable, well built and loaded with useful features

Comments

K. Sullivan "No accounting for taste..." says:

Excellent treadmill The Nautilus T614 is a sturdy functional treadmill with nice features. Assembly is required. Essentially the handlebars and console must be attached. The base or deck comes completely assembled. Although two sets of hands would be helpful (particularly to position components while connecting wiring), one person can complete the setup alone with reasonable strength and dexterity. The machine is very heavy – more than 200 pounds according to the box – so moving the box around is a chore. Once assembled, the treadmill sits on rollers and the deck folds up vertically for relatively easy relocation. Instructions are provided for belt alignment and tightening as necessary (simple bolt adjustments), but my unit’s belt was properly positioned out of the box. 

Swiftie says:

Ready Update 1-21-15 

KJL says:

Does not work Was really excited to get this treadmill. Good price, good reviews. I ordered on January 2nd, had it delivered on January 8th, and assembled it on January 10th. Plugged everything in and while the console works just fine, the belt doesn’t move. Motor doesn’t even turn on. I called Nautilus customer service, went through all the typical troubleshooting and it was determined that the computer board in the base must not be working properly. I was assured a new part would be shipped out asap and someone would call me to set up a service appointment. It’s been over a week and apparently the part hasn’t even been shipped yet. Cannot seem to get an accurate status and I’m most likely another 1-2 weeks from having someone even come look at this thing, which doesn’t guarantee it will even be fixed at that point. Right out of the box, DOESN’T WORK. I understand things happen and I was patient until I found out that, after a week, the part hasn’t even shipped yet. Was told a…

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