Cyber Monday Treadmill Deal
I know several of you are looking for deals on exercise equipment, and specifically treadmills, so check this out!
One of Amazon’s Daily Deals today for it’s Pre-Cyber Monday Sale is nearly $200 off the ProForm PFTL99715 Power 995i Exercise Treadmill.
The 60% off advertised price does look a bit inflated to me, but this same machine was $987 yesterday, and today’s it’s just $799. (Which, by the way, is the biggest price drop we’ve ever seen on this model.)
Remember that this is a Daily Deal, which means it can sell out at anytime. The price is not guaranteed to last the whole day – so don’t wait on it!
This has some great features – I love that it’s got built-in speakers for your iPod/iPhone and that you can do 30 preset workouts.
- 3.0 chp drive System, 20 x 60 non-stretch 1-ply commercial belt, proshox cushioning, space saver design, easy lift assist
- 2.5″ precision Machined and balanced non-flex roller, 7″ backlit iFit display, iFit workout Apps matrix
- iFit alpha numeric message center, iFit enabled, IPod Compatible audio (2-2″ speakers)
- Digital quick speed Control 0-12 MPH, digital quick incline Control 0-15, 30 preset workout Apps
- CoolAire workout Fan, EKG grip Pulse, 350lb User capacity, Lifetime frame and motor Warranty, 3 yr Parts and 1 yr Labor Warranty
Best of all, this comes with FREE delivered shipping – which is such a great thing for a hugely heavy and bulky piece of equipment like this!
P.S. I would remiss without telling you that if this deal is still too rich for your workout blood, you can often get great deals on treadmills on Craigslist. We just scored one a couple of weeks ago for $75. The features are definitely a lot more basic than on this deal — the machine itself is over 5 years old and technology changes fast! And it did require a good couple of hours for my husband and two of our (very kind) friends to get it from the lady’s house to ours (especially since it had to go down one very narrow and curvy flight of 100 year-old stairs!). There was a lot of sweat equity involved, for sure, but the price was definitely right. Keep that option in mind if you have the ability to get it home by yourself.