Bowflex Treadclimber’s for Sale

New & used Bowflex treadclimbers

Bowflex treadclimber

“You’ll love the Bowflex treadclimber!”

I think we can agree that Bowflex treadclimbers are a bit over priced.  For some of us, this makes a new Bowflex treadclimber completely out of the question. Thankfully, there’s more than one way or place you can buy Bowflex workout equipment you’re looking for.

For instance, I talked about Craigslist in my article on “were to get the best deals on bowflex dumbbells”. Craigslist is fine, but there are many pitfalls that you should be aware of before settling on a potential problematic purchase. See bowflex dumbbells on Craigslist.

The great thing about used exercise equipment is 90% of the time it stays looking new. Most people who buy tread mills and other workout machines, they get used for maybe 6 months and they’re kicked to the curb only to be sold at the next garage sale or online action. This is great for us who watch our pennies!

Unfortunately, you don’t see too many used Bowflex treadclimbers in garage sales because most of the people who can afford them don’t hold garage sales so they just keep them regardless whether they use them or not. However, you will see them every so often if you’re a regular garage sale shopper?

 Buying a used Bowflex treadclimber

If you’ve decided that a new is just way too expensive, I’m with ya!  Besides, why would you spend $1300.00 to $3,300.00 when you can get one almost like new for a $1,000 or less depending on the model?

Yes, you can find them in online classifieds like Craigslist  Penny Saver USA etc., but why deal with a exponential problem child when you can get a receipt, limited guaranty and have it delivered to your door? I don’t know, I just prefer the easier road simply because if there is a problem, depending on the site you buy through, you’ll have a better chance of recovering your cash with a reputable site like eBay or the like.

That said, there are a few places you can find a used Bowflex treadclimber, and some will even offer free shipping! You just need to pay close attention to the description and shipping details.

I’ll give you a couple places to look for used Bowflex workout equipment…

Amazon, will sometimes have used or new discontinued Bowflex treadclimbers and other workout equipment half off the the regular price. Here’s a link to Amazon’s used and discontinued category. My apologies, Amazon kinks of just throws all the used and refurbished items together so you’ll have to do some scrolling… Click here to have a look.

My all time favorite place to shop for used stuff is eBay. I’ve been buying and selling on eBay for 14 years and only once have I had a problem.

It was about 6 years ago I was selling a set of used, but nevertheless expensive sun glasses and were sold to an individual overseas. Little did I know that at the time as a seller, you were not protected from thieves outside the U.S. Anyhow, the person hacked someones U.S. PayPal account and used it to pay me. A week later PayPal did a charge-back on my account pulling $329.00 back from me. Needless to say I was pretty upset. Good thing is, that has been the only problem I’ve had with eBay. Since then, they’ve fixed this problem and now it’s pretty safe to sell overseas…

On that note, here are a few examples I’ve gathered from my own research.

Bowflex treadclimber & workout equipment list.

Bowflex Treadclimber TC5000 LOCAL PICKUP!!
Ends: Sep 05 2014 02:09:48

Bowflex TC5300 TreadClimber
Ends: Aug 29 2014 14:50:13

New Bowflex TC10 Treadclimber
Ends: Sep 02 2014 18:27:55

BowFlex Treadclimber TC 5000
Ends: Sep 03 2014 22:59:27

Ends: Sep 08 2014 01:58:04

bowflex treadclimber Model TC20
Ends: Sep 21 2014 18:41:00

As you can see, there are quite a few good deals on eBay and I’m sure with just a little research, you could find the Bowflex treadclimber that’s right for you and fits your budget too.

Bowflex Treadclimber Equipment Parts

Perhaps you’re just looking for parts? Here are a bunch of great deals on new and used bowflex treadclimber parts that commonly break on these machines. Unfortunately, I have no way to organize them for you, so you’ll just have to dig a bit. Sorry.

If the part(s) are not listed here, that doesn’t mean it’s not available. You’ll need to go to here and punch in your exact item name to find what you’re looking for.


Author: Brian

Brian is a native North American, born and raised in N. California. He's a self taught, 30 year auto collision vetren and currently manages an auto body collision shop in his home town. Hobbies are Blogging, auto restoration, off-road motorcycles, fishing, guns, camping and r/c helicopters.

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