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Echelon Stride S vs Bowflex T22, Everything you need to know

In this page, we are going to take a look at how the Echelon Stride S stacks up against the Bowflex T22.

Echelon Stride-S

Bowflex T22

Echelon Stride S treadmill Bowflex T22 treadmill

Echelon Stride S vs Bowflex T22 Specs Comparison

Pros
  • It is a quiet treadmill
  • Large deck size and 300 lbs weight capacity
  • It has a sleek design and folds flat
  • 22″ x 60″ running deck, 400 lbs weight capacity
  • Incline of 15% and -5% decline, more than many other treadmills
  • Access to JRNY workouts, armband heart rate monitor included
  • You can access to many entertainment apps, including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and Disney+
  • Great warranty
Cons
  • Only 1 year limited warranty on parts and electronics
  • Very large footprint
Brand Echelon Bowflex
Model Stride-S T22
Motor Power 3.5 HP (Peak) 4 HP
Speed Range 0.5 – 12 MPH 0.5 – 12 MPH
Incline/Decline 10% Incline (12 levels) -5% – 20% motorized incline/decline
Folding yes yes
Belt Size 20″ X 60″ 22″ X 60″
Weight Limit 300 lbs. 400 lbs.
Heart Rate Monitor Integrated handlebar heartrate sensors Heart rate hand grips and also comes with armband
Built-in Programs 8 Many built-in workout programs and JRNY programs and classes
Tablet/Device holder yes yes
Cooling Fan no yes
Display 10″ HD Touchscreen 22″ HD immersive console
Touchscreen yes yes
Handlebar Buttons no yes
Audio yes yes
Bluetooth Audio yes yes
Training Apps Echelon Fit App Access JRNY, ZWIFT, it allows access to many entertainment apps, including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and Disney+
Rollers No info Unknown
Dimensions 74L x 31W x 53H inches 85L x 39.6W x 70H inches
Warranty 1 year
  • 15-years frame warranty
  • 5-years mechanical parts warranty
  • 1-year electronics
  • 2-years labor warranty
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Echelon Stride S treadmill console Bowflex T22 treadmill console
Echelon Stride S treadmill frame Bowflex T22 treadmill frame

Side by side images of Echelon Stride S and Bowflex T22 treadmills