Star Trac TR 4500 Treadmill

Star Trac 4500 Full Commercial Treadmill - Runs 16 hrs per day 7 days a week

Once you have run on the Star Trac 4500 Treadmill you will know why they are so popular. Starting with the very user friendly Sport Utility Display for holding water bottles, towels, and personal stereos to the best soft deck in the commercial market. The TR4500 is build to hold up to the 15 hour a day demands from a full commercial health club to the serious home used that is wants the benefits of a commercial treadmill without the high commercial price tag of most of the other models.

Fitness 909 purchases these treadmills for gyms, hotels, personal training studios, etc and strip them down to the frame and rebuild them again replacing all wearable parts as we go along. Our refurbishing staff has from 8 to 10 years experience so you be assured your treadmill will last you a very long time. Our refurbishing lead time are 3 to 4 weeks from the day you place your order.

Here are some of the great features that you get with the Star Trac 4500

  • The convenient Quick Start Feature with 9 Pre-Set programs
  • Soft Trac -- The triple cushion deck gives you maximum protection for shock to your lower back and knees providing with the most comfortable run possible
  • Contact Heart Rate -- knowing the intensity of your work-out is very important for a cardio and fat burning run.
  • Heart Rate Control - Its like having a personal trainer standing next to adjust the intensity of your work-out to keep you in your heart rate zone.
  • Two easy to reach stop keys for maximum safety
  • Personal trainer -- create and save up to 5 customized custom programs.


  • Treadmill Size -- 81" x 33"
  • Total Weight --- 254 Lbs
  • Belt size -- 20" x 62"
  • Frame -- Rust Resistant Aluminum under frame
  • Rollers -- 3" Crowned
  • Motor -- 3 HP DC
  • User Weight -- Up to 350 Lbs
  • Incline - To 15% 5% inc.
  • Speed -- .5 to 12 MPR .1 inc.

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