9.23 Treadmill

9.23

Treadmill

Are you ready to get moving with a cardio or weight loss program? The 9.23 treadmill can help you get there. Multi-zone suspension cushions your joints upon impact and with its smaller size, and just the right number of programs, this treadmill packs plenty of motivating features into its design.

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The Best In It's Category When New

Reviewer: Chris

Posted: 12/25/13

I have had my 9.23 for 2 years now and haven't had any issues whatsoever. I did a lot of research before purchasing this unit. It was Treadmill Doctors number one in its class at the time and I would recommend it highly. I am 6'4" and 200lbs and it suits me just fine at an average speed of 6.5 mph. One other thing for me was the store selling Precor has a service department which is a good thing should one need it.
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Excellent Treadmill for the money

Reviewer: Jerry Frank

Posted: 9/7/13

I have had 3 treadmills under $2,000 in the past 5 years and the first 2 were absolutely horrible. The 9.23 at this price is the sturdiest treadmill out there. Sure it doesnt have user settings or fancy programs, but at this price if it did quite frankly i'd be worried to death about the quality of the machine itself because i have had those machines and they failed on me. MORE SOLID THAN ANY OTHER BRAND OUT THERE AT THIS PRICE!
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Solid base machine but could be a lot more!

Reviewer: Mario Yap

Posted: 7/30/13

I have had this treadmill for about 8 months. I assembled the unit by myself and that part was actually fairly easy. I viewed the YouTube assembly video several times before making the decision to put it together myself. I have since disassembled and reassembled it in a different area in my basement. No problem whatsoever with this part of the process.

The treadmill itself is a good solid machine. It feels firm and the cushioning is more than adequate to have a comfortable run. The unfortunate part is with having to reenter my routine and user info. How hard is it, Precor to upgrade the software to include at the very least 2 profiles. There is plenty of the display to have extra information which would have made this machine really extraordinary.

As with some of the comments from other reviewers, Precor should have at least allowed users the ability to allow profiles to be saved.
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Precor 9.23

Reviewer: JB

Posted: 3/29/13

I have been using this treadmill for 6 months. I absolutely love it. It feel rock solid for my 200lb frame. The 20" x 57" belt size is perfect for my height of 6 feet. I love the fact its very basic and has no frills. It makes it very easy to use. I would re buy this treadmill it a new York minute.
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Basically solid, but nothing else

Reviewer: Tracey

Posted: 2/22/13

I have had this treadmill for over a year now. I won't go into the long, drawn-out process it took to actually get a working model in my house and set up, that's a story in itself.

The treadmill itself is a good solid machine. I have no complaints with that part of it. My complaints have to do with the display board. First off, why the heck can't you "save" your data as a user? Dumb, dumb, dumb design. So you either have to spend time before EVERY session inputting your data with those tiresome arrows or use the default (and they don't tell you what that is either). The Owner's Manuel was useless. I am sorry I bought a Precor, although I'm sure I'll be stuck with it for a while.....if the company could "upgrade" the display board to allow saving data, I'd be a whole lot more satisfied.
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Solid product

Reviewer: Adam

Posted: 1/26/13

Note that it does NOT show distance to the hundredths, so you cannot determine when you’re on the quarter mile; e.g. mileage shows 0.2 or 0.3, which is an incredibly poor design decision and very frustrating. I am also unable to get a heart rate reading that is anywhere near accurate; I’ve given up on this feature entirely. I am in good running condition and found the 10k “fun run” preset to be brutally difficult going nearly straight to a 10% grade.

Otherwise, it’s a very nice unit. It seems solidly built and it’s very quiet. It’s also simple to use.
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Broken in 3 weeks

Reviewer: Bill

Posted: 1/12/13

Purchased the 9.23 because I wanted a reliable machine to help me train during the winter months. After 3 weeks of use the lift motor malfunctioned during a run. I am currently waiting for the machine to be repaired under warranty. I am unhappy with my purchase.
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P2 & P3 programs are defective

Reviewer: William Fuqua

Posted: 1/11/13

All of my communications with the tech dept at Precor have been positive in reqards to courtesy and professionalism. The problem is none of the techs I talked to have any product knowledge whatsoever on the 9.23 treadmill. The P2 and P3 programs are both defective and even though Precor sent out a new brain on the headboard, it did the same thing by reducing in speed to 1 mph after a few minutes on each program. There is no solution according to the tech dept at Precor. It took 1.5 months to finally get service and then when it was done, the attempted repair didn't work, and Precor's response is, "Well, that's just the way it's programmed, and there's nothing more we can do." It's like buying a new car and then the car decelerates to 10 mph and the manufacturer, says, well thats the way it is... I will just use the programs that do work and avoid P2 and P3. Precor does make excellent equipment and I believe the 9.23 even though an entry level treadmill, it's still A+. It was just programmed incorrectly on the P2 and P3 levels and Precor apparently doesn't know how to fix it.
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Excellent first buy

Reviewer: Cary Hardy

Posted: 12/18/12

This is the first treadmill my wife and I have ever purchased. We wanted one close to the ones we use at the gym and was thrilled to find this product. It is perfect for the two of us to use indoors training over the winter. Love the basic features and the fact that we can just get on and run and not have to worry about a lot of programming. Even better to jump on any time and not have to travel to the gym or wait for open machine. The feel of the belt is nice. It has just the right amount of give so it doesnt feel hard but also isnt crazy bouncy. If your looking for a great product with a great price don't hesitate to purchase this.
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Don’t buy – poor quality for a high price

Reviewer: Gil Niv

Posted: 11/3/12

I purchased this machine at a store about 3 years ago. I was told that for the much higher price you pay for a Precor, you get a much higher quality and piece of mind.
Well, within just a few short months, the machine broke down and a technician came out and replaced all the electronics. At least this was completely covered under warranty. Now, 3 years later, when the warranty only covers parts and not labor, the machine needs a new deck and belt. So just for labor I’m paying $260. And some parts are on back-order, so I’ll have to wait for about a month before I could use my tread mill again. This machine was never abused nor used excessively, so to the deck practically broken in the middle is astonishing.
My conclusion? Go for a cheaper brand, as the quality cannot be worse, and at least you’ll save the money.
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