Here is our Bowflex BXT116 vs Sole F80 guide, by our detailed spec table you will find out which one is better for you. Before going into more detail, here are some keypoints about these two treadmills.
Motor Power: The motor on the BXT116 is a 3.75 CHP motor, while the Sole F80 has a slightly smaller 3.5 CHP motor.
Maximum Speed: Both treadmills can reach a maximum speed of 12 MPH.
Running Area: The belt areas of the BXT116 and F80 are 20″ X 60″ and 22″ X 60″.
Here we list all available specs side by side so you can decide which one of these treadmills would be a better choice for you.
Bowflex BXT116 vs Sole F80 Specs Table
|Max User Weight Capacity ?The maximum user weight that the treadmill can handle.|
|Motor Power ?How strong is the motor? We recommend at least a 2.25 HP motor for home use.|
|Maximum Speed ?Maximum speeds in miles per hour.|
|12 MPH||12 MPH|
|Running Area (Belt Size)|
|20″ X 60″||22″ X 60″|
|Number of Programs|
|Heart Rate Monitor|
|Contact & Telemetry Enabled (chest strap included)||Pulse grip and chest strap heart rate monitoring|
|Wireless Heart Rate Monitor|
|7.5″ Full Color, Backlit LCD||7.5-inch LCD workout display|
|MP3-compatible sound system|
|iFit Coach Compatible|
|2 years warranty that covers everything||Lifetime on frame, motor, and deck. Five years on electronics, and two years on labor|
|See Price at Amazon||See Price at Amazon|
Display and User Interface Comparison
The Bowflex BXT116 has a 7.5″ Full Color, Backlit LCD and the Sole F80 has a 7.5-inch LCD workout display.
Built in Programs
The F80 has 1 more programs, 10 vs 9.
We gave the Bowflex BXT116 a rating of 90 over 100 while we gave 85 for the F80 because, the BXT116 has a more powerful motor, and a good price for the features you get.