Fuel FT94 Treadmill

Fuel FT94 Treadmill is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 51.
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NOW:$599.99(40% off!)
WAS: $999.99*


Fuel FT94 Treadmill
Fuel FT94 Treadmill
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Fuel up and drive your fitness into full gear with the Fuel FT94 Treadmill. Designed to deliver a solid performance and rigorous workouts, the FT94 puts you way ahead of competition with an engaging LCD display, a spacious 55” long by 20” wide running surface and a powerful 2.0 CHP motor. With the Fuel FT94 Treadmill, reach your fitness potential by starting or ending your day with five motivating workouts and quick-access speed/incline controls.


  • Powerful treadmill with 2.0 continuous horsepower (CHP) motor to support a lifetime of training
  • Made of solid steel frame construction equipped with a spacious 55” L x 20” W running surface
  • Hassle-free, hydraulic folding deck for quick and easy deck release so you can move into storage
  • Vivid 5.5” LCD display with blue backlit for quick review of workout progress, stats and programs
  • Features five pre-set programs to help get you started and motivated towards your personal goals
  • Easy-to-reach speed and incline controls so you stay focused on your form while adjusting intensity
  • Allows you to run with a comfortable and natural stride motion on a double-ply, cushion flex deck
  • Jog and jam out to your favorite playlists using the MP3 input and dual-speaker sound system
  • Built-in cooling fan keeps you cool and comfortable as you pick up the pace during workouts
  • Extra security and safety as you train with a large emergency shut-off switch
  • Manufacturer’s Warranty: Lifetime frame, 1 year parts, 1 year in-home labor
  • Model: FT94-2015


  • Maximum User Capacity: 270 lbs
  • Motor: 2.0 CHP
  • Display: 5.5" LCD
  • Heart Rate: Pulse grips
  • Speed Levels: 0 -10 mph
  • Incline Levels: 0 – 10 levels
  • Emergency Shut-off: Yes
  • Cooling Fans: Yes
  • Deck Size: 72" L x 35" W
  • Deck: Cushion Flex Deck
  • Shock Absorption: Yes
  • Running Surface: 55” L x 20" W
  • Frame: Steel
  • Step-up Height: 8"
  • Item Weight: 227 lbs
  • Rollers: 1.75"
  • Tread Belt: Double ply belt
  • Accessories: Two water bottle holders, MP3 input and built-in speaker sound system
  • Brand: Fuel
  • Country of Origin: Imported


Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage Worked for 3 weeks and now stops running every time i step on it
Date published: 2017-05-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Did well 2 years and motor died I bought this treadmill 3 years ago and it did well with occasional use. However Right at 3 years the motor is shot. It somewhat works but you have to force the tread into motion with considerable force. Should be better built. It was fine during the 2 year warranty , but we only used it 2 times a week. I would hope there are treadmills that will last longer . Alll in all.... The features are great . The ergonomics are great. The fan is ok but can barely feel it. It's a good size, not too short like many. Motor just needs to last.
Date published: 2017-03-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk Nothing but problems from day 1. Replaced motor after 2 months and will shut off in the middle of running every time I use. Then I have to start it up again
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not a happy customer I had this treadmill for 1 year and 3 months before it stopped working. My husband talked to a rep. on the problem, as well as referring to the manual, and he was told to buy a $25 part and that should solve the problem. The treadmill started working but then began surging and then stopped working completely. I was the only one using the treadmill and in good weather I walked outside. I am very disappointed that I had to buy another treadmill after using it for that short of time.
Date published: 2016-04-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Never again would I buy a Fuel Treadmill I thought I got a good deal on a descent treadmill. Man I was wrong . The motor died within 5 to 6 months of using the machine . Now the control board shuts down quickly stopping the belt . I talked to consumer service . I can buy new board for around $300 bucks .
Date published: 2016-04-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Buy This treadmill does everything I want. I am not an avid runner or exercise enthusiast but this allows me to work as hard as I want in order to stay in shape. It is much quieter than I expected considering the price. It is pretty large but I feel comfortable with the shape and safe while working out. I am very glad I found this. I guess expense is not an indicator of the quality of something. I am very pleased.
Date published: 2016-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good value So far this treadmill is working out great! It is heavy so you will definitely need help getting it in the house and set up! Seems very sturdy compared to some of the other's I have seen. Very pleased with this purchase! Got it on sale for a great deal! Would rate this as excellent in quality and value.
Date published: 2016-02-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not a bad treadmill, but motor died after one year We purchased this treadmill in Jan 2015. I don't normally buy the extended service contracts, but am glad I did on this. The motor died this month (Feb 2016#...a month beyond the vendor's warranty.To give you a feel for how much we used it.From Jan 2015 thru early April 2015, it was used 4 times a week. Average sessions were 6 to 7 MPH for about 20 to 40 minutes.It did not get used from mid-April 2015 to late Nov 2015 since we were able to run outside during that time.From then until early Feb 2016, it was used 6 times a week. Average sessions were from 7 to 9 MPH for 20 to 40 minutes.I don't have all bad things to say about this treadmill.It was easy to set up.It ran great up until the motor died.It was fairly quiet.I did like the easy to access elevation and speed change buttons on the dash board and hand rests.The treadmill was sturdy and did not have a flimsy feel to it.The belt always ran true.I am 6 foot 1 and run with a long stride. I found that I would occasionally step on the front motor cover. I tend to run close to the front within the span of the arm rests. If elevated to 3 or higher, my knees would hit against the bottom of the console. This could be just a result of my running style #long stride and keeping within the arm rest span).What I didn't like about it:- The fan was very weak for air movement, could not change the air flow direction, and was pointed too low on my body. I used an external fan instead.- The speakers were not loud enough when running at 8.5 MPH or higher. I used a boombox instead.- The motor dying after one year. I think- The treadmill came with a tube of lube that needed to be applied under the belt after every 90 hours of use. I now would prefer a treadmill that didn't have this type of maintenance.Sometime in early 2015 after we purchased this, I searched online and found that this model has been discontinued by the vendor. Not a good feeling after seeing this.The No Sweat Protection policy was worth the money. We bought the one year coverage which extended beyond the vendor's 1 year coverage. So the motor dying was covered by this policy. Working with the coverage agency was stress free. I cannot say enough good things about how the agency kept in touch through every step. The agency arranged to have a local repair company come look at it. The end result was that the cost to repair was more than the treadmill, so they are sending us a Dick's Sporting Goods card for the amount that we purchased the treadmill for.Unfortunately, now we have this dead treadmill.This was an on the spot purchase that was done to replace a much older dying treadmill. I did not do any comparing outside of what I saw at the time at the store.Many lessons learned from this one, that I hope will help me when researching which one to replace it with.Based on the fact that this treadmill has been discontinued and died after one year, I can't recommend this model to others.I hope this write up helps.
Date published: 2016-02-20
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