I see a lot of treadmills brands and models in my daily experience of being an independent treadmill service provider in the state of Maine and New Hampshire.
I have seen a lot of companies come and go, with many companies going out of business, especially U.S. companies. With some many
In my years of servicing, assembling and repairing treadmills there is one brand that has stood out in my mind above all of the rest and that brand is Landice.
I am so proud and glad so say that Landice treadmills are made in the made in the good old U.S.A. Based in Randolph, New Jersey, Landice is proud to be a second-generation family business. Since 1967. Yep, that’s over 51 years as of this writing!
I like Landice treadmills so much that it is the only brand that I refurbish and restore and make available to my customers with a one year warranty for parts and labor.
The Landice L7 has a larger 20″ X 58″ running area and has 2 ½” diameter rollers which put less stress on the belt, runs smoother and lasts longer due to large industrial bearings than the tiny rollers found on most treadmills.
The Landice L8 has even larger 22″ X 63″ on the L8 running area and has 3” diameter rollers. That makes the L8 even more stable and is great for taller runners that like to stretch out. “Serious Space for the Serious Runner”.
The L7 treadmill has a 1000 pound thrust incline and will handle a 400-pound user (500-pound on the L8) as well as a large American made continuous duty motors. They will run all day long, seven days a week.
That brand new NordicTrack, Sole, or ProForm treadmill will be in the landfill and this one will still be going strong.
If you are used to running another brand treadmill, I invite you to try this one. . . . you’ll never go back! Solid and quiet, and the VFX suspension is softer than running on grass. But don’t
Not only are my made in the USA, Landice treadmills the best treadmill on the market today. Most of my treadmills
I go through every part of the treadmill and professionally repaint if necessary, rebuild the motor replacing bearings if needed, replace all roller bearings as needed, provide a new deck surface as needed, or I replace the deck. I virtually always replace the treadbelt with a brand new one that will typically last 20 years or more in a home environment (well over a $300 value) and I thoroughly clean and lube the treadmill replacing any other components that have an issue.
Take a look at my Rebuilt Treadmills page. However, if you’d prefer a brand new model I highly recommend that you see my friend Mike Connolly at Fitness Equipment Maine at 244 Saint John Street, Portland, ME. Be sure to tell him that Stan of Maine Treadmill Repair sent you and he’ll give you a great deal!