Merax Treadmill L510C Folding Treadmill Review

Merax Treadmill L510C Folding Treadmill Reviews

By J. Maki

Overview

The Merax L510C is an inexpensive treadmill best suited for individuals looking to implement a low impact exercise routine consisting primarily of walking with some incorporation of light jogging. This is not a machine designed to accommodate intense training for long distance events or high-intensity sprinting, so I would not recommend this for someone with these types of training goals. If you are seeking a lower intensity workout regimen, this model could work for you. It is also compact, with the ability to fold up and be rolled for easy storage, making it convenient. 

What makes the Merax Treadmill L510C Folding Treadmill unique?

Convenient, conducive to small spaces, with the ability to fold up and be rolled to its storage destination. 

What is the Merax Treadmill L510C Folding Treadmill missing?

No ability to adjust the treadmill’s incline which limits the ability to make the workout challenging, especially since it this model is not truly built for running. 

General Specifications

Model dimensions are 56.3” x 25.2” x 42.1”

LED display (5”) provides multiple workout metrics 

1.5 Horsepower motor

Maximum speed of 7.5 mph (minimum of .5)

Model can be folded and has wheels for convenient storage

Speakers built into model; connect devices using audio jack

Preloaded with 12 exercise programs

User weight capacity is 240 pounds

Running belt is 43.3” x 15.7”

Side hand grips allow for heart rate reading and adjustments of speed during workout

Customer Feedback

What are customers saying about the Merax Treadmill L510C Folding Treadmill? (From Amazon.com customer reviews)

“This machine doesn’t take up too much space. It can folds away really slim for storage, and not too heavy to lift up the stairs.”

“Very quiet operation.”

“I was happy to learn the speed can be changed at the control panel AND at the hand grip on the right side.”

 “I would definitely recommend this to someone who wants a treadmill but does not want to pay a ton.”

“The track is very narrow and the upper part of the treadmill hits about mid-thigh.”

“Also, it calculates KILOMETERS and not MILES. There is no way to change this so if you use miles/mph, beware.”

What is your experience with the Merax Treadmill L510C Folding Treadmill?

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