Here at OrderTC you can save over $700 off the normal price of a Treadclimber from BowFlex. See the Treadclimber cost chart below to compare models. Bowflex offers three Treadclimber models, each of which have additional features as you move up the line. We have posted this easy to read OrderTC cost chart so you can quickly see the highlights of each OrderTC model. The final cost will ultimately be determined by the options you select during checkout, such as In-Home assembly, workout mats, shipping speed, etc.
There are a variety of models available to choose from, and we’re confident you’ll find one that fits your price range. Compare the TC5, TC10, and TC20 by reviewing the chart below.
- Financing Available on Any Bowflex® TreadClimber® Machine!
- In-Home Assembly also available for only $249! (You can add this option during checkout)
Exercise at your own pace with variable speeds
G.O. Coach technology helps keep you motivated
4 mph max motor speed
2-year whole machine warranty
300lbs max user weight
NEW: Goal-oriented technology = built-in personal motivation
Customizable programming adapts to meet your fitness goals
Longer foot treadles for the most comfortable machine ever
4.5 mph max motor speed
3-year whole machine warranty
300lbs max user weight
Frequently Asked Questions Before Making a Purchase:
Where can I try out the TreadClimber in my area?
TreadClimber® cardio machines are not available through retail stores. We do have several resources that will hopefully answer any questions you may have, (see below), and of course you can always contact us if you have any questions. Also, keep in mind that if you’re not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you may contact Bowflex’s Customer Care department within six weeks of delivery for a full refund of your purchase price (excluding return shipping and handling). See return policy.
Is the TreadClimber appropriate for someone with my medical condition?
The TreadClimber is a very popular machine, largely because it is designed to be very low impact. However, your experience is unique, so we cannot determine whether or not the machine would be right for you. We highly recommend that you consult with your doctor about your particular exercise needs.
How easy is it to assemble? Is there a service that can do it for me?
Most people are able to assemble their TreadClimber with the assistance of the detailed assembly manual and supplemental assembly videos. Bowflex does offer an increasingly popular In-Home Assembly service that you can add to your order during checkout. Please see the In-Home Assembly link on the product page (TC20, TC10, TC5) to check on pricing and availability in your area during checkout.
What are the dimensions of the TreadClimber?
Please see the “Specs” tab on the product page of the model you’re interested in (TC20, TC10, TC5).
Where can I check on the status of my order?
After your order is submitted, you may check on its status here until it ships. When your order ships you will receive an email with tracking information from our carrier.
Occasionally, tracking information will show that your package has been delivered, but you haven’t received it. If you don’t receive the package within the next few business days:
- See if someone else accepted delivery.
- Look around the delivery location.
- Look for a notice of attempted delivery.
- Contact the carrier as noted in your shipping confirmation email.
Is there a minimum ceiling height?
TC20 and TC5 models: At their highest point, the treadles are 17 inches from the floor (43 cm). Add that to your height, plus a couple inches for comfortable clearance, to calculate your minimum ceiling height.
TC10 model: At their highest point, the treadles are 14 inches from the floor (35 cm). Add that to your height, plus a couple inches for comfortable clearance, to calculate your minimum ceiling height.
What is the maximum user weight?
All TreadClimber models are tested to ensure safe operation for users up to 300 lbs. The warranty does not cover use of the machine by users greater than 300 lbs.
How quiet is the TreadClimber?
The TreadClimber itself is a relatively quiet machine. Most of the noise is generated by the walking motion of the user. In practical terms, you should still be able to carry on a conversation in the room, listen to music, hear your phone ring, etc.
What kind of floor can I place the TreadClimber on?
The machine should be placed on clean, hard, level surface. Carpeted flooring is fine. Regardless of the type of flooring, we strongly recommend using one of our machine mats to protect your floor.
Do the treadles go up and down on their own?
No, the up-and-down climbing motion is dictated by the user’s stride and pace.
TC5 model: How do the belts move without a motor?
The movement of the belts is generated by the user’s own power and momentum.
Does the TreadClimber fold up for storage?
While it does not fold up, the footprint of the TreadClimber is not much larger than a folded up treadmill. Built-in transport wheels also make it easier to move your TreadClimber around.
Can you run on the TreadClimber?
No, the TreadClimber is not designed for running. It is designed to provide an extremely effective workout while walking.
Can the treadles be locked together so you can use the TreadClimber like a treadmill?
No, the treadles do not lock together because that would limit the effectiveness of the workout.
Where is the serial number on my TreadClimber?
To locate the serial number on your TreadClimber, look underneath the left treadle. You will see it on the crossbar piece, next to the left upright. The serial number will be on a sticker and it will consist of a long series of numbers with several letters in the middle.