The ProForm 505 CST Treadmill is a mid-range treadmill comparable to the Golds Gym 720. It has many of the same features of the 720 including adjustable incline, headphone jack for audio, a shock absorption system, and a robust digital display. Like the 720, the ProForm is well suited for heavy use and has a weight limit of 300 pounds.
ProForm 505 CST Treadmill Reviews –
ProForm 505 CST Treadmill Specifications
- Treadmill Dimensions: 76.8 x 30.1 x 11.2 inches
- Belt Width: 20 inches
- Treadmill Weight: 191 pounds
- Weight Limit: 300 pounds
- Voltage: 110 V
- Max Pace: 10 MPH
Good for heavy running
The ProForm 505 is bulkier and heavier than many of the lighter budget
Shock Absorption System
The ProShox cushioning system reduces wear and tear and the treadmill, and is helpful for those looking to reduce the impact using the treadmill will have on their joints.
The ProForm 505 Treadmill has many features including a
Included headphone jack
A headphone jack makes listening to music on the ProForm 505 much more convenient. Just plug in your
High weight limit
Unlike budget treadmills with max weights of 200 – 250 pounds, the ProForm Treadmill has a max weight of 300.
Takes up some space
The ProForm is a
Lengthy assembling process
Assembling the ProForm 505 can be a long process, with many customers needing 2-3 hours to get it all
Comparable to the Gold’s Gym 720, the ProForm 505 is a solid mid-range treadmill at the $500 price point. It has many of the features found in gym-quality treadmills and is well suited for the daily runner. We give the ProForm 505 5/5 stars.