Fitness can be a big thing for people who want to stick to their new year’s traditions. A company by the name of Peloton launched their live-stream classes for SoulCycle bicycles, which was produced in their New York studio back in 2013. Now, the company is at CES 2018 with a move in a different direction, this time with treadmills.
Coming in at $3,995, the Peloton Tread includes its own 32-inch HD touchscreen, which is meant for watching classes – both live and on-demand. The buttons speed/incline control are now rubber knobs, which according to Engadget, offer easier control.
The belt of the treadmill is composed well, with 59 aluminum slats coated in thick rubber. As expected with any $4,000 product, the treadmill is well designed and gives off a luxurious feel.
For access to the company’s on-demand and live fitness classes, users will have to drop $39.95 a month, on top of the already expensive treadmill. However, if you have the money, this could be the thing for you.
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