The Landice L8 Pro Sport Trainer is the middle of the line model in the L8 series, offering more features than the Sport Trainer. With the extras offered with this model, you can further personalize your workout and push yourself to the next level.
As with all treadmills in the L8 series, the Pro Sport Trainer incorporates the latest technology in order to guarantee the best workout possible. In addition, it is made to be durable and to last a life time, as it is made with only top line parts. These parts include a four horsepower continuous-duty drive motor, which allows the machine to push your workout to the highest level without risk of overheating.
Despite all of the technology and power of the treadmill, it is also designed to look great in your home gym. The attractive and sleek design ensures it will look nice no matter where you decide to put it.
Landice has been in the treadmill manufacturing business for almost 40 years. During this time, the company has focused exclusively on the design and manufacture of treadmills. As a result, Landice has established a solid reputation in the industry and has gained respect from consumers as well as from the competition. With its focus placed entirely on treadmills, the company has also been able to remain on the cutting edge of treadmill technology. It has paid off for Landice, as the company has been ranked #1 for the past five years by consumer ranking industries.
All of the treadmills in the Landice L8 series include certain features. These include:
The Landice L8 Pro Sport Trainer offers all of these characteristics as well as some that are unique to the model. These include:
Best Buy Treadmill From $4000 and Over
Rarely are Best Buy selections chosen from the higher price points because value is a key consideration in any buy being the best. The Landice Road Runner L8 is an exception of sorts to this rule, because this treadmill is so unique in its design.
Runners World Magazine published the results of their customer satisfaction survey of over 2000 readers who owned or used a treadmill at health clubs or corporate fitness gyms. The readers were asked to rate the treadmills on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the highest rating. The following is a list of the top results:
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"Gear of the Year"
"Looking to the automotive world for inspiration, Landice created a treadmill with the brushed aluminum finish of an Audi TT, the round, red-and-white analog gauges of a ’55 T-bird, and the audio console of a Lexus SC 430. Under the hood it’s powered by a 3 hp engine that exceeds health club standards and pushes its top speed to 12 mph – a very respectable pace."
Special Features: "Computer-animated LCD video screen shows a large menu of data including running situations (road, track, vertical climbs), Heart rate zone timer, program setups and a training calendar; memory stores information for up to 6 different users; programs have built-in warm-up and cool-down; reversible deck."
“If you want the best - and can afford it - the L7 is the bad boy. ”
“With sold design, VFX shock-absorption system to soften impact, a rustproof aluminum frame and a four-ply belt, it's designed to handle the pounding of a lineman.”
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Eye On Fitness: ACE Internet Poll
Links Home Treads to Awards
The American Council on Exercise (ACE) announced the winners of their first-ever "Excellence in Customer Satisfaction" awards. Awards were bestowed following an online random sample polling of 20,000 home treadmill owners nation wide.
Landice Treadmills was awarded the Excellence in Customer Satisfaction in the "more than $2000 category".