The SportsArt T635 treadmill is built for both residential and light commercial use including home gyms, training studios, fire departments, police departments and multi-unit housing complexes. It is ideal for first responder training thanks to the Bruce, Gerkin and HRC fitness programs and a max user weight of up to 400 lbs. The T635 includes a powerful 3.2hp DC motor with a start speed as low as 0.1mph which is great for rehabilitation and up to 12mph for high speed running. Add additional challenge to your walking or running regime with the AC incline motor that will elevate the deck from 0-15%. Another important feature is the dual-reversible deck which doubles the life of the deck and helps extend the life of your investment.
What is the difference between the SportsArt T615 and T635 Treadmills? There are a few basic differences between the T615 and T635 you’ll want to know about when comparing the two. Here are some of them at a glance:
The T615 has a slightly smaller footprint at 77.5” x 38”. Keep this in mind especially when searching for an apartment size treadmill.
The T615 has a lighter unit weight coming in at 233 lbs. This may also be another consideration when moving into an apartment or home with stairways or tight quarters.
T635 features a 3.2hp motor versus the 3.0hp of the T615.
The running surface of the T615 is 20” x 58” compared to the 22” x 61” running surface of the T635. A longer running surface is more suitable for taller people.
The treadmill deck of the T615 is not reversible whereas the deck on the T635 is. A reversible deck essentially doubles the life of the deck.
The T635 includes more programs including fitness tests such as (Bruce, Gerkin, Fire, WFI, APFT, Air Force, Marines, Navy, Physical Effi), HRC (WT Loss, Cardio and Zone Trainer).
The T635 is built to run two more hours (6 total) per day than the T615
Entertainment upgrades on the T635 that are not included on the T615 are two USB outlets, optional 30-pin iPod connector, two headphone jacks and integrated audio control.