Encore EC 6500 Treadmill

Encore EC 6500 Treadmill

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Encore EC 6500 Treadmill

Ec 6500 comes with various preset programs that will ease your workout and give effective results. Tread belt is large enough to run and jog comfortably with 2.5 HP motor.

Encore EC 6500 Treadmill Key Features and Specifications

  • Foldable: Yes
  • Motor: 2.5 HP continuous motor
  • Speed: 0.6 to 10 mph

  • Belt Size: 56” x 20”
  • Heart Rate: Yes
  • Rollers: 2.5”
  • User Weight Capacity: 275 lbs
  • Incline: 0 to 12%
  • 5 Window LED Console
  • 4 Pre-set, 8 Custom, 2 User and 1 Heart Rate Programs
  • Cushioned Deck
  • One Touch™ Speed and Incline Control
  • Heart Rate Chest Strap

Treadmill Warranty

  • Lifetime on frames
  • 10 years for motor
  • 2 years for parts
  • 1 year for labor

Encore EC 6500 Treadmill Cost

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Encore EC 6500 Treadmill Owner’s Manual, Machine Assembly Instruction and User Guide

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Wallace Werner
Wallace Werner
July 27, 2017 2:15 pm

I’ve got a Keys Encore 6500 treadmill. It is 14 years old. I have had some troubles that I was able to fix myself. I have touble with a drumming noise after first starting that last for about 15 minutes into the walk. The noise stops if I get off the treadmill and leave it running. I am in the market for a new treadmill, but I can’t find one with a 32″ x 71″ footprint. I use my treadmill to walk on and now, at 74 years old, I don’t use the incline. I wish someone made a small… Read more »