Bowflex BXT216 Treadmill

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Bowflex BXT216 Treadmill is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 32.
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Bowflex BXT216 Treadmill
Bowflex BXT216 Treadmill
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Product Information:

The Bowflex® BXT216 Results Series™ Treadmill will provide the unique cardio experience you’ve been craving. It’s sleek design is easy to operate and is equipped with all the newest features, including a full-colored liquid crystal screen, one-touch adjustments, and is compatible with many popular apps.

User-Friendly Cardio Fitness Features


Programmable user profile, accessible at the start of each workout
11 intuitive “push and go” workout programs
Compatible with many popular exercise apps
One-touch adjustments for speeds up to 12MPH and motorized incline up to 15%
ComfortTech™ Deck Cushioning System for impact absorption
Oversized media rack and USB charger
Soft Drop™ stowable deck folds for easy storage

State of the Art Technology


9 inch full-colored liquid crystal screen
Bluetooth® Results Series™ app to set, track and monitor your progress
Built-in telemetry and hand grip heart rate tracking
Integrated speaker system allows you to easily enjoy your workout music
4.0 continuous horsepower motor designed to deliver powerhouse performance & durability
Run through 19 locations and 27 routes with people all over the world with the RunSocial® App
“Burn” meter lets you gauge/adjust workouts to your comfort level
Create and save workouts “on the fly” with real-time custom programming

Additional Details


Maximum User Weight: 400lbs
22” x 60” surface deck
Rollers: 2.75" stride
Belt: 3ply 2.5mm
Assembled Dimensions: LxWxH: 84.5” x 38.5” x 54.7”
Domestic Warranty: 15/15/5/5/2 Years (Frame/Drive Motor/Mechanical Parts/Electronics/Labor)
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Rated 1 out of 5 by from 4 WEEKS AND STILL HAVE NOT USED BRAND NEW DEFECTIVE TREADMILL We bought this treadmill 1 month ago and still have not been able to use it. After 3 long phone calls it was determined we had a defective console. We waited 3 weeks for a replacement part and 1 more week for a service call. Hopefully the technician will come tomorrow and we will finally be able to try our treadmill. Their customer service was very polite and professional, however bottom line...WE SHOULD NOT HAVE TO WAIT 4 WEEKS FOR BOWFLEX TO REPLACE A BRAND NEW DEFECTIVE CONSOLE.
Date published: 2018-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great quality for a home treadmill Most of the professional reviews of this treadmill were positive, the only con listed as being it was new to market and untested in the long term, but that it's still made by a recognized brand with a history of quality so I took a chance. I've had this for a little over three weeks and could not be happier. It is fairly quiet while the motor is running, it has a decent amount of incline, heart rate monitoring via grips or use of a chest strap(and one is included), incline and speed can both be adjusted with buttons on the side arms, the front grips near the heart rate monitors, or the control panel. Incline seems to adjust quickly, or at least quick enough to not feel sluggish, and the speed adjustment kicks in smoothly. While a full color LCD, the screen is limited to the information you can see. It does NOT play video or anything fancy like that, but there is a place to hold a tablet or phone, or if you're at home you likely have a tv in the room anyway so it's not a negative. There are bluetooth speakers, and I believe tracking via an app, though I have no tried either yet. One of the best features is a small 3-speed fan built in, BUT, it is located on the front grip area near the start/stop buttons and has limited movement. A shorter person who runs/walks near the middle or end of the deck will not be able to feel the fan, but as long as you're in the right area it's amazing. Not too powerful, just the right amount of breeze. There are a lots of areas for your "stuff"(keys, phone, water, etc.) I mean, a LOT. Two large holders on either side of the main console, and two smaller holders in front of those, a nice sized lipped shelf above the console for a book/tablet/phone, and below the console there is another storage tray spanning the two arms of the machine with room for bottles, etc. I keep my machine at work and have room to keep my change of clothes and water bottle and even shoes in these holders, clean and out of the way. A few things to note: 1. Unloading is NOT a one or even two person job. The gross package weight is 340lbs and it is approximately 2ft x 8ft x 1.5ft. I made the mistake of trying to unload it myself, and while I managed it took almost an hour to get it from the truck bed to inside the door I was backed up to, and I ended up with a huge box stuck where the treadmill was not going, so I needed to call a friend to help move the deck/motor which is one piece and the bulk of the weight. You absolutely must have adequate help to unload and move this thing where it's going. That said, actual assembly is easy enough with one person, but would be a breeze with two. Hardware is labeled well and the instructions are easy. 2. There is a rattling noise at times, mostly when at zero incline. I have narrowed it down to the wheels on the frame(the ones use for moving the treadmill when folded) and the ones at the back. Also when I am moving an a brisker pace on a higher incline and am really close to the front of the deck, I'll get a little clicking type sound which seems to just be the incline mechanism flexing. It seems to stop when centered on the deck more. If you are easily distracted or annoyed, these may bother you, but it's hard to call it a con as it's pretty minor. 3. The belt is pretty abrasive. If you drag your feet a lot it will start taking rubber from your shoes. I switched from shoes with red soles to new ones with very light soles, and there is dark red stuck in the new ones. Again, not a con for me and relatively minor, but worth noting. Actual "cons": 1. The pre-installed workouts are a little limited. Just buttons to choose from which are either incline or speed programs, and with the interval ones you choose the max speed, or with the calorie goal you can set the goal, but they leave a bit to be desired, and the calorie/fat burn/heart rate programs top out at 30 minutes so if you want to do more you have to stop and start again with the same or a different program. While the quality is there for an almost commercial treadmill, it may be lacking for people who do serious training on one. That said there is always a manual mode where you control the speed and incline and there is no set stop time. 2. The cord is in an awkward spot. Three times I have had the machine just shut off in the middle of a workout. The cause? The cord jiggles a little while the machine is being used, especially if you're walking/running "hard" on it, and when it goes into a steep enough incline it seems to be enough to make the cord drop just enough to come out of contact and lose power. The fix is obviously to do what you're supposed to do and check the machine out before using it, but it is definitely annoying to be in the middle of a 30min program and then need to start over, and I can see this being something certain people would return it over. If that's you, you've been advised. Again, as far as things that could be bad, I'm nitpicking as far as I'm concerned. For the the price, it's an excellent machine and seems to be very well made.
Date published: 2018-01-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Dead on arrival Bought this product on Feb 3 and item came dead on arrival. Assembly team told us that there's probably a faulty wiring and asked us to contact AIT which is the company that handles the logistics which in turn sub-contracts to other companies. Assembly team came and let us know that the unit won't turn on and asked us to contact AIT. AIT suggested that we contact Dick's which then asked us to contact Bowflex. Bowflex wouldn't send a technician until I diagnose the issue on the phone which involved removing covers over the motor assembly. Why should a customer bounced back and forth on a call after waiting 3 weeks to get it assembled? Instead of sending a technician, why should the customer "diagnose" the issue for subpar product that is dead on arrival? Ended up returning the product
Date published: 2018-02-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great treadmill I paid Dicks to deliver and assemble the treadmill. The guys couldn’t complete the set up on the first day. Scheduled another day and cancelled right before. Then bow flex had to send someone out to complete the set up! Dicks refused to reimburse me my assembly fee even though i had to take 3 days off work and their guys didn’t even do it! Will never make a purchase like this from them again. Would pay more somewhere else instead.
Date published: 2018-11-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed I bought this product last month and from day one it did not work correctly. Any incline triggered the computer console to act erratically and slow the belt to an eventual stop. Bowflex responded quickly to replace the console a few weeks later, but a few days after the service, the program got stuck and stopped working mid-workout. Bowflex said they will look into it but have not replied in over a week, and Dick’s still has yet to reply about a machine that hasn’t worked properly since it was purchased.
Date published: 2018-01-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Buyer beware I did my research and felt good about purchasing the Bowflex T216 treadmill and then it arrived at my house and I began to put it together, at which point I stopped and returned the item to Dick’s. It is my own fault for not going to the store to see it but I was blown away as to why Bowflex would use the old school two-piece lower part of the treadmill. This means that the deck and motor area are separated into two pieces, the front motor cover area and the deck area where you run and these two pieces are connected by a hinge that allows you to fold it up, but only the deck folds not the motor cover area. Over time this hinge gets loose or sloppy and creates problems since the belt that runs the belt and rollers is also loosened each time you fold it. The combination of the hinge getting loose with time and the belt being loosened and tightened every time you fold the unit creates problems down the road. The reason I know this is that Icon, owner or Nordictrack, Pro-Form and others came up with this original design in the nineties, then after way too many problems with this design they moved away from it all together after losing a ton of money to cover service and warranty issues. I owned one of those Nordictrack treadmills and lived all of the nightmare warranty issues first hand. Over time the slop and movement in the hinge and belt will create huge problems. Icon told me that is why they moved away from this design all together. That is why I immediately sent mine back. Now this was my experience maybe yours will be different but Icon themselves dropped this tech, that they owned and designed so why would Bowflex make a treadmill with old nineties designs that have proven to fail over time, and lable it the best treadmill they have ever built. Please keep this in mind and if you end up buying this tread, at least get the Dick’s extended warranty so when it starts to fail you are covered. I did not on my Nordictrack and it cost me dearly.
Date published: 2018-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Commercial feel Great treadmill for the price. I used to get a gym membership to just run on their treadmills and found that the bxt216 feels just as sturdy as the commercial ones. I’m a bigger guy at 6’1” 225 lbs and this treadmill easily handles my size. The weight of this unit would be the only con I could think of but you would lose it’s sturdy feel with something lighter.
Date published: 2018-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does what it is supposed to I like the looks of this. It has many features to it just have not used them all. I just need it for a basic walk. It doesn't have some of the features my other one had but I will adjust. So far no issues with it. Have had it for a few months and we use it 3-6 times a week.
Date published: 2018-02-05
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