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Sole F63 Vs. F80

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author image Vanessa Arellano Doctor
Vanessa Arellano Doctor has more than 10 years of professional writing experience, specializing in business and finance, health and fitness and general interest subjects. She has been published in the "Financial Times," "European Banking News Network," "Entrepreneur," Urbanette.com and WealthBriefing Asia.
Sole F63 Vs. F80
Sole manufactures the F63 and F80 treadmills to cater to different types of users and budgets. Photo Credit Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images

Sole is a well-known manufacturer of treadmills and features two machines: the F63 and F80. The F63 is for serious treadmill users who have no problem splurging on equipment, while the F80 caters more to people on a budget or home users.

Specifications

The Sole F63 features a 3.25 CHP DC type motor with a speed ranging from 0.5 to 12 mph. The incline features zero to 15 levels with a rack-and-pinion gear design. The Sole F80 features a slightly more powerful 3.5 CHP DC type motor and the same speed and incline capabilities. The F80 is heavier than the F63 by 12 pounds and has a higher weight capacity of 25 pounds.

Programs Offered

Both the Sole F63 and F80 offer six standard programs, two custom programs and two heart programs. You can choose from any of the present programs, such as weight loss, or customize according to your needs. Both treadmills allow you to adjust the speed ranging from 0.5 to 12 mph via the 3.25 motor and 3.5 continuous-duty HP motor, respectively.

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Features

The Sole F63 treadmill features a bright display with blue background and controls that are easy to use and set. The F80 features built-in speakers to connect any MP3 player and the Cushion Flex Whisper Deck, which reduces impact by up to 40 percent. Both the F63 and F80 feature the rack-and-pinion gear design. The F63 is ideal for home use, while the F80 can be used in commercial gyms.

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