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Echelon Stride vs Schwinn 810

Should you buy the Echelon Stride or Schwinn 810, find out which treadmill is a better option for you with our detailed comparison.

Echelon Stride

Schwinn 810

Echelon Stride treadmill Schwinn 810 treadmill

Echelon Stride vs Schwinn 810 Specs Comparison

Pros
  • Foldable design with 300 lbs weight capacity
  • Echelon Fit App Access with Bluetooth
  • 12 MPH speed and 10% incline
  • Handlebar buttons for quick control
  • Compact design
  • Quiet treadmill
  • SoftDrop folding system is very good
Cons
  • Display is simple
  • Warranty is short
  • No Bluetooth audio
  • Short belt length, hard to run for taller users
Brand Echelon Schwinn
Model Stride 810
Motor Power 2.5 HP (Peak) 2.6 HP
Speed Range 0.5 – 12 MPH 0.5 – 10 MPH
Incline/Decline 10% Incline (12 levels) 10% Digital motorized incline
Folding yes yes
Belt Size 20″ X 55″ 20″ X 55″
Weight Limit 300 lbs. 275 lbs.
Heart Rate Monitor Integrated handlebar heartrate sensors Heart rate hand grips
Built-in Programs 8 16 + 2 user profiles
Tablet/Device holder yes yes
Cooling Fan no yes
Display LED readout display Backlit LCD screen
Touchscreen no no
Handlebar Buttons yes no
Audio yes yes
Bluetooth Audio yes no
Training Apps Echelon Fit App Access
Rollers No info Unknown
Dimensions 69L x 31W x 49.2H inches 69.1L x 35.6W x 56.7H inches
Warranty 1 year
  • 10-years frame and motor warranty
  • 1-year mechanical parts warranty
  • 1-year electronics
  • 1-year labor warranty
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Echelon Stride treadmill console Schwinn 810 treadmill console
Echelon Stride treadmill frame Schwinn 810 treadmill frame

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