Golds Gym Trainer 430 Treadmill

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Description & Features+

Begin your training on the Gold’s Gym Trainer 430. A 2.5-horsepower motor delivers quietly consistent power, while AirStride™ Plus cushioning softens the impact of every step. Choose from 16 workout apps that automatically adjust the speed and incline of your workout. Easy out-of-the-box assembly makes it easier to assemble your machine. When you are finished with your workout, you can fold it up for more convenient storage.
• 2.5 HP G-Force Motor
Boost your performance with a drive system built to deliver smooth, consistent power. Self-cooling, the 2.5 horsepower G-Force motor is quiet and won't interrupt your workout.
• AirStride Plus Cushioning
This cushioning system further reduces the impact of every step on the tread deck to help protect your joints and back.
• 0-10 MPH QuickSelect Speed Control
Walk, jog, or run — this treadmill supports any workout with speeds up to 10 mph. Adjust speed at the touch of a button.
• 0-10% QuickSelect Incline Control
Take your incline up to 10 percent to burn more calories and target specific muscle groups.
• Large LCD Window
Keep track of you stats — like distance, speed, time, and calories burned — on the large, easy-to-read LCD window.
• RaceTrack Display
Watch your progress as you make the rounds on a digital racetrack display.


Folding design
iFit technology
Fitness goal
Total body workout
Incline maximum (%)
Accessory tray/reading rack
Additional items included
Shock absorption
Treadmill running surface length (cm)
Treadmill running surface width (cm)
Targeted muscle area
Total body
Built-in fan
Assembly required
Partial assembly required
Water bottle holder
Number of custom workouts
Power type
120V AC
Non-slip surface
Maximum user weight (kg)
Age 13+
Adjustable resistance levels
Assembled Product Length
55 Inches
Assembled Product Width
29 Inches
Assembled Product Height
65 Inches
Assembled Product Weight
132 Pounds
Gold's Gym
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Ratings & Reviews+

Golds Gym Trainer 430 Treadmill is rated 3.8625954198473282 out of 5 by 131.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product Great treadmill easy to assemble no problems with. I have had it for about a year. You can't beat the price. Would recommend to a friend.
Date published: 2016-07-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not for serious running I only had this treadmill since last November & the walking platform cracked. Luckily I purchased an extended coverage plan through Wal Mart & I got a refund. I only ran on it twice a week, at most 3 times. And there were weeks I only ran once during my workout routine. I would typically run average 7.5 mph for 30 - 40 minutes at a time & weigh roughly 170. I don't feel this was over doing it on my treadmill at this pace & only 2 - 3 times a week. Definitely not for anyone that is running seriously. It may withstand some light jogging or walking for some time. But anyone running should invest some extra money & get a higher quality unit. Control panel had glitches at times as well & would just shut down when adjusting the incline.
Date published: 2016-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Good Buy But Inspect the Box Carefully. Let me say at the outset that I consider the Gold’s Gym Trainer 430 to be a pretty good machine. I can say that now that I have it working and have finally been able to try it out for exercise. I am writing this review because there are a few things that potential buyers should know and look for. The pervious reviewer is spot-on in terms of pickup and assembly. However, having two people working on the lifting and moving of this machine is vital. Do not attempt to pick up or handle this machine without significant help. It is HEAVY. At less than 200 pounds, it feels like a lot more. Additionally, you should know that the unit is woefully inadequately packed in a cardboard box. Styrofoam forms are used to cushion all 200 pounds of this device but it needs a lot more to prevent damage. Check the box thoroughly for any shipping damage. Since the box is too heavy for you to handle yourself, it is also too heavy for moving men to move easily and they are not the buyers so expect damage and look carefully before you take it home. While unloading the box from the car I noticed a large gash in the bottom of the box. I brought it in the house instead of taking it back and I unpacked it with great difficulty and put the unit together. Assembly was no problem, as the previous reviewer indicated. With the exception of a pair of boots that are supposed to snap together at the bottom front (they do not snap together, being too short to fit over the front vertical bars), the assembly was fairly easy. Once again, a helper would have been nice but I was able to handle it myself. So far, so good. I plugged the power cord into the wall outlet and after reading the manual about how to operate the trainer, I stepped on the belt and hit the ‘Start’ button. No joy. The tread belt motor did not activate. I was able to activate the elevation and declination but nothing would start the belt moving. After a few inspections to look for a problem, I called the Gold’s Gym Customer Service folks. A young lady asked me to take off the bottom front cover and asked the status of the red LED on the motor control board. After being on solid red, the LED began blinking when I hit the ‘Start Button’. She then told me that that indicated a bad motor control board and she would send me a new one that I could replace. Great. The board arrived a week later and I installed it myself with little trouble, since I am an electronics technician. Still no joy when I hit the start switch. I took a closer look, now that the cover was off and used a flashlight to find that the rear end of the treadmill drive motor was broken in several places and pieces of it were ‘under’ the motor where they could not be seen without a flashlight. Another call to customer service resulted in immediate agreement to send me a replacement motor on my word alone. The quick OK told me that this is not an uncommon problem for them, since the unit is so heavy and is probably dropped many times in transit. The new motor arrived after another week and I installed it, but with a great deal of trouble, since the spade lugs that are used are so thick and stiff that they come close to damaging the male spade that receives the female spade on the motor wiring. One of the motor wires attaches to the Reset switch, which is located ‘under’ the elevation motor assembly and is almost inaccessible. Fortunately, I had a pair of hemostats to use to get into awkward spaces, along with a comprehensive set of electronics technicians tools to accomplish the motor installation job. I did have to replace one of the female spade lugs with a new one from my toolbox to compete the job. I would not recommend a customer doing the replacement unless he/she is experienced and has some unusual tools on hand and a good supply of tie-wraps for securing the motor wiring in the right place. “Eureka! Houston, we have liftoff”. The device now was fully functional. After several days of using the Trainer I can honestly say that I love the machine and it is easy to use, is reasonably sturdy (a few creeks here and there as I walk on it), and seems to be something that will last. . The only real criticism that I have is that the display is too small and is hard to read without a light of some kind. I do intend to buy a service contract, since I do not want to try a belt change down the road when I need a replacement In spite of the downside damage that I had to repair, I do consider this a value buy. I will give it 5 Stars as though it worked right out of the box as an indicator of what an undamaged unit can do. I think it will last a long time, so I will recommend the 430 with the caveat that you DO INSPECT for damage before you bring it home. This device is HEAVY.
Date published: 2016-04-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Healthy lifestyle Seamless assembly. Love it
Date published: 2016-04-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cheaply Made I was looking for a treadmill for a reasonable price to help me with exercise. I purchased this and was very happy with it, at first. I have only had it for 6 months and have really started to use it for about an hour a day for only the last 6 weeks. I noticed there seems to be a flexing in the middle of the walking board under the belt. Now it is leaving a small pile of what looks like saw dust under the treadmill. Upon further inspection I have learned that the walking board is actually cracked and this is not covered under warranty. I don't think its fair to have to replace a $150 part only 6 months into a purchase.
Date published: 2016-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent! Love it! Fits perfect in my room! Great product!
Date published: 2016-03-30
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