Like all other Woodway models, the Mercury uses the patented Slat Belt Running Belt to give the runner a smooth, cushioned workout. We love this design. The ergonomic, vulcanized rubber surface makes for the safest, smoothest run you’ll ever have. This low maintenance treadmill is perfect for those at-home athletes who need a smaller machine without compromising quality.
We love never worrying about the general wear and tear many miles can have on a traditional cloth belt. Instead of stretching and uneven tension, the Slat Belt guarantees zero stretch and zero slip with its toothed, wire-reinforced lateral belt. The happiness of our joints and muscle is a top priority for the novice to the avid runner, that’s why we can appreciate the shock absorption that the vulcanized rubber gives you during a run. Like all Woodway machines, the deck of this model gives a 38-43 shore hardness, which is the ideal amount of hardness for any runner. If that wasn’t enough to catch your attention, the Mercury track has a life expectancy of 150,000 miles, at least. This machine can continue to challenge your workouts for miles and miles to come.
The Mercury was built with user convenience in mind at all times. With an LED monitor that displays your speed, incline, distance, time, and heart rate. Although you can opt to upgrade your screen to a personal trainer screen, or even a touchscreen, even the basic features on the Mercury are enough for most. Perfect for the home athlete, there are a variety of pre-programmed workouts, and the option to customize 99 other workouts, it’s safe to say you won’t hit a motivation wall any time soon.
The efficient design of the Woodway Mercury takes about 50% less electricity than most other treadmills, making it the perfect treadmill option for anyone who is looking for a more sustainable or energy saving treadmill. One impressive aspect of the Woodway Mercury is that the motor is almost completely silent, while still being incredibly durable, with a capacity to hold up to 400 pounds for a run, and 800 pounds at a speed of 4 MPH.