Further down the page, you’ll find some explanations regarding the key similarities and differences between the Nautilus T616 and the Sole F63.
But before checking out explanations regarding their Specs, features, and warranty, here’s a table that summarizes the main technical summary sheet for these 2 treadmills:
They both give out a 15% incline grade, allowing users to walk uphill. Incline training significantly strengthens hamstrings and engages your glutes for balanced musculature.
Plus, both of them are powered by a 3-CHP motor – an adequate motor for light running and jogging. That means the two treadmills are not strong enough to support long sprint sessions or intense training at high-speed levels.
However, the good news is that they are surprisingly quiet thanks to the decent-sized motor. We didn’t notice a humming sound when exercising, which is an improvement compared to similar models.
The deck size of both treadmills is 60’L x 20’W inches. It should provide enough space for 6-feet-under runners to jog and run. Otherwise, taller users may not be able to run long paces or do sprints since the decent tread belt can’t keep them on track.
The F63 offers 10 simple built-in workout apps for newbies to get used to walking and running exercises. Meanwhile, 26 preloaded routines are integrated into the Nautilus T616, including fat burn, cardio, and HIIT. Simply put, users can modify their workouts more effectively with the latter model.
While the F63 supports a max user weight capacity of up to 325 lbs, its rival holds a limit of 300 lbs. That means people of all sizes can step on the Sole’s machine with confidence whilst the T616 may limit some heavy users.
These two running equipment can reach a top speed of 12 MPH – as fast as many high-end treadmills. Although this rate is not too great for immense runners, a 5-minute/mile pace is considered the industry standard.
The T616 comes with an LCD display split into two screens. You can track your workouts and heart rate while working out. Meanwhile, the Sole F63 bears a 6.5-inch display. Its screen is big and brightly lit, letting you read all your stats and digital numbers easily.
Either the F63 or its competitor has water bottle and tablet holders. There are two large pockets on the two sides of the screen and a tablet container attached to the console. Since the treadmills’ screens can’t display a video, the smart device holder allows users to enjoy a movie or surf the newsfeed while running.
Another common tech feature between the two models is that they include a USB charging station and Bluetooth speakers. You can charge your phones via the USB port and listen to your music through the treadmill. The sound quality of both machines’ speakers is not bad at all.
The Sole company covers your purchase with a lifetime frame & motor warranty, 3-year part, and 1-year labor warranty. Besides, The T616 comes with 10 years of coverage on the frame & motor, two years on mechanical & electronics, and one year on the labor.
The generous assurance shows us how confident the two companies are about their products. While the T616 offers more various types of warranty, the F63 is unsurpassed regarding the lifetime warranty on its frame and motor.
Quick Rundown Of Nautilus T616
- With enhanced Bluetooth connectivity, users can set, track and monitor progress with popular app-based tracking tools
- Explore the world and discover 50+ global routes that auto-adjust in real time to your speed (Explore the World subscription required)
- 15% motorized incline
- 20" x 60" running path with StrikeZone cushioning system for a smooth run
- DualTrack display with 2 high-resolution backlit monitors so you can see your tablet or magazine, while keeping an eye on your time, distance and calories burned
Quick Rundown Of Sole F63
- Features. 1/4 mile track feature and a Peak and Valley graph for different programs.. Built in speakers that allow you to hook up any MP3 player (iPod, etc.) for easy listening..
- New for this year, the F63 now includes an Integrated tablet holder. Allows you to use your smart devices to watch shows or follow your workout routines. Included is a USB port.
- Made in China.
As seen, the two treadmills share many features in common. To be sincere, we’re leaning towards the Nautilus T616 since it suits experienced runners better. We can do a broad range of workout modifications thanks to its plentiful preset programs.
However, new entry-level walkers and joggers should also take the F63 into consideration. This home running machine will cover you with large weight capacity and added tech functions.