How do Echelon Stride and Stride S measure up against each other? The Echelon Stride-S has a longer 60-inch running deck compared to Stride’s 55-inch deck and a color console. The Stride-s seems to have a more sturdy built. The 60″x20″ running deck and larger motor feel better. Both models come with an Echelon Fit App trial membership.
The HD touchscreen on the Stride S can’t be used to control the treadmill speed or incline, there are separate buttons to control the treadmill.
So the Stride-S is a slightly better treadmill than the Echelon Stride. The Stride S has a slightly more powerful motor, and a longer running deck and it also comes with a color touchscreen console.
Echelon Stride S
Here we list all available specs side by side so you can decide which one of these treadmills would be a suitable option for you.
Echelon Stride vs Echelon Stride S 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|
|0 to 10 %||0 to 10 %|
|Running Area (Belt Size)|
|20″ X 55″||20″ X 60″|
|Number of Programs|
|Heart Rate Monitor|
|Pulse Grip||Pulse Grip|
|Wireless Heart Rate Monitor|
|Led Windows||10″ HD Touchscreen|
|iFit Coach Compatible|
|Echelon Fit App||Echelon Fit App|
|1 year limited||1 year limited|
|See Price at Amazon||See Price at Amazon|