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Bowflex T10 vs Bowflex T7, Everything you need to know

Here is a detailed comparison between two popular and highly-rated models from Bowflex: the Bowflex T10 and Bowflex T7. Both treadmills have some impressive features, but they also have key differences that may impact your decision-making process. Let’s examine aspects such as display size, workout programs, cushioning, and warranty to help you determine which model is the best fit for your home gym and fitness goals.
The most important differences between the Bowflex T10 and Bowflex T7 are:

  • The Bowflex T10 has a more powerful motor, boasting 4 HP compared to the T7’s 2.5 HP.
  • The T10 offers a broader range of incline/decline settings (-5% to 15%), whereas the T7 only provides a 15% incline.
  • With a 22″ X 60″ belt size, the T10 provides more running space than the T7, which has a 20″ X 60″ running deck.
  • The T10 can accommodate more weight with a 400 lbs capacity, while the T7 has a slightly lower capacity at 375 lbs.
  • The T10 features a larger 10″ HD touchscreen console, compared to the T7’s 7″ HD touchscreen console.

Bowflex T10

Bowflex T7

Bowflex T10 treadmill Bowflex T7 treadmill

Bowflex T10 vs Bowflex T7 Specs Comparison

  • Best of the class decline and incline options
  • Folding system is very nice and easy to use
  • 22-inch wide large deck, 400 lbs weight capacity
  • Great warranty
  • 20″ x 60″ running deck, 375 lbs weight capacity
  • Incline of 15%, this is more than many other treadmills
  • Access to JRNY workouts, armband heart rate monitor included
  • Great warranty
  • Display could be larger
  • 7″ HD touchscreen console could be larger for this price range
Brand Bowflex Bowflex
Model T10 T7
Motor Power 4 HP 2.5 HP
Speed Range 0.5 – 12 MPH 0.5 – 12 MPH
Incline/Decline -5% – 15% motorized incline/decline 15% motorized incline
Folding yes yes
Belt Size 22″ X 60″ 20″ X 60″
Weight Limit 400 lbs. 375 lbs.
Heart Rate Monitor Heart rate hand grips and also comes with armband Heart rate hand grips and also comes with armband
Built-in Programs 26 built-in workout programs and JRNY programs and classes Many built-in workout programs and JRNY programs and classes
Tablet/Device holder yes yes
Cooling Fan yes yes
Display 10″ HD Touchscreen console 7″ HD Touchscreen console
Touchscreen yes yes
Handlebar Buttons yes yes
Audio yes yes
Bluetooth Audio yes yes
Rollers Unknown Unknown
Dimensions 85L x 39.6W x 65.3H inches 84.6L x 36.3W x 55.2H inches
  • 15-years frame warranty
  • 5-years mechanical parts warranty
  • 1-year electronics
  • 2-years labor warranty
  • 15-years frame warranty
  • 5-years mechanical parts warranty
  • 1-year electronics
  • 2-years labor warranty
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Bowflex T10 treadmill console Bowflex T7 treadmill console
Bowflex T10 treadmill frame Bowflex T7 treadmill frame

Display and Console:

Bowflex T10: Features a larger 10-inch HD touch screen console
Bowflex T7: Comes with a smaller 7-inch HD touch screen console

Speed and Incline:

Both models offer a 0-12 mph speed range and a 0-15% incline range but the T10 also has a -5% decline.

Connectivity and Entertainment:

Both models: Support Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, as well as access to the JRNY™ app and streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+.

Running Belt and Deck:

Bowflex T10 has a 22″x60″ belt with Comfort Tech™ deck cushioning system, providing better joint support while the T7 comes with a 20″x60″ belt with standard cushioning system.

User Capacity:

Bowflex T10: Supports a maximum user weight of 400 lbs

Bowflex T7: Supports a slightly lower maximum user weight of 375 lbs
So, the Bowflex T10 is better suited for users with higher weight capacity requirements, while the T7 is still a reliable option for people looking for a high capacity treadmill, since most models only support up to 300 lbs.

Foldability and Size:

Both models are equipped with folding system for easy storage. Bowflex T10 measures 85″ L x 39.6″ W x 65.3″ H inches while the T7 measures 84.6″ L x 36.3″ W x 55.2″ H inches. So, the Bowflex T10 is slightly larger in terms of width and height compared to the T7. Make sure to consider these dimensions when determining the available space in your home gym or workout area. I have encountered various situations where people faced challenges fitting their new treadmill into their desired space and had to move the treadmill to a different room with a larger footprint and higher ceilings.


Both models: 15 years on the frame and motor, 5 years on parts, 1 year on electronics, and 2 years on labor.

Side by side images of Bowflex T10 and Bowflex T7 treadmills