HARISON T360 Electric Folding Treadmill

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265 lbsAutomatic,
0% - 15%
1.5 CHP
0.6-10 MPH
15 programs

The HARISON T360 is a mid-range treadmill designed for home use. It offers a range of features similar to the Reebok Jet 100 model but has a slightly larger running platform. It doesn’t have an extremely powerful motor, but it offers enough performance to support running workouts.

Technical Details and Specifications

  • Assembled dimensions: 70L x 31W x 54H inches (178L x 79W x 137H cm)
  • Tread belt dimensions: 54L x 18.7W inches (137L x 47.5W cm)
  • Assembled weight: 187 lbs (84.8 kg)
  • Supported weight: 265 lbs (120 kg)
  • Motor: 1.5 CHP
  • Incline: Automatic, 0%-15%
  • Deck cushioning: Included
  • Speed range: 0.6-10 MPH
  • Console: 15 workout programs
  • Extras: Sound system, cooling fan, tablet holder, accessory trays
  • Warranty: 1 year limited

Frame & deck

The HARISON T360 treadmill features a heavy-duty frame, made of steel tubing. The fully assembled machine is considerably heavy, with a total weight of 187 lbs (84.8 kg). This means it is recommended to be transported and assembled by at least two persons. But on the other hand, its front base is equipped with transport wheels, so it’s fairly easy to relocate it once it is assembled. Also, its front metallic base integrates adjustable stabilizers which enhance its overall stability. So, as a small conclusion here, considering the unit’s impressive weight and its integrated stabilizers, you can be sure that it won’t wobble or move even if you engage in a more demanding workout.

The fully assembled treadmill is not extremely bulky like the Endurance T100 from Body-Solid, for example, but does take approx. 70″L x 31″W (178 x 79 cm) of floor space when fully assembled. On top of that, it’s recommended to leave at least two feet of clearance on each side, and at least three feet of clearance at the rear part of the deck, for safe operation and easy access. However, the unit’s deck can be folded up to save space. And with the deck folded up, its length is reduced to approx. 45″ (114 cm).

The treadmill’s folding system features a hydraulic mechanism which assists you when lowering the deck. This way, the risk of dropping the deck when unfolding it is eliminated.

The HARISON T360 treadmill is equipped with a durable, stretch-resistant rubber belt. Its surface is highly-adherent, promoting a good grip for your running shoes and preventing foot slippage. It is set in motion by a set of large, crowned rollers which integrate heavy-duty ball bearings for smooth operation and a long lifespan.

The unit’s belt offers a running platform of 54″L x 18.7″W (137 x 47.5 cm). It’s large enough to accommodate users up to 6’0″ (183 cm), but taller users may find it a bit short, especially for running workouts. The deck is durable enough to support users up to 265 lbs (120 kg).

The treadmill’s deck integrates a shock absorption system, which consists of three suspension cells on each side of the deck, in its mid-section, and one suspension cell on each side of the deck at its rear part. The middle cells absorb a part of the foot striking impact, while the rear cells provide a bit of extra push. These being said, the machine offers a ride that is considerably more forgiving to your joints than asphalt or concrete. This results in less workout pain, and can lead to longer workouts and can help you achieve better results.

The unit’s steel parts are all coated with a corrosion-resistant paint finish. The color used is metallic gray, this being the only color available for this HARISON treadmill. Of course, the machine also integrates several ABS parts. Among them, we can count the side rail covers, the covers of the front bases, the cover of the motor and the front dashboard. However, these do not reduce the overall sturdiness of the machine, as their role is only protective and cosmetic.

Incline & step-up height

The HARISON T360 treadmill is equipped with a motorized incline system. It consists of a small lift situated under its front base, and a small motor, different than the one that powers the belt. Since the incline system is motorized, it can only be adjusted from the console, while the machine is connected to a power circuit. As you select a certain incline level, the motor will operate the lift, elevating the front part of the deck.

The machine offers an incline range between 0% and 15%. As we’ve mentioned above, the incline can only be adjusted from the console. The incline increments are 1%, but the console also offers several keys for quick incline adjustment. Also, some of the onboard workout programs involve incline, and when in use, the machine will automatically adjust the ramp of the deck.

The deck’s step-up height is approx. 9″ (23 cm). Also, the maximum incline elevates its front part by at least a few extra inches. Therefore, make sure that the ceiling height in the room where you will be using the machine, is at least 22-23 inches (56-58 cm) higher than your height, to avoid any issues.


The HARISON T360 treadmill is equipped with a 1.5 CHP motor. Although this motor is powerful enough to provide running speeds, it’s still of a lower capacity than other machines in this price range. For example, the ProForm Performance 400i (which also costs considerably less), has a motor of 2.5 CHP.

The machine’s integrated motor features a small flywheel which attenuates vibration, resulting in a very smooth belt operation. The motor provides a speed range between 0.6 MPH and 10 MPH. Just as for the incline, the console features keys for gradual speed adjustment and keys for quick speed adjustment. Also, the minimum speed increment is 0.1 MPH, which gives you the possibility to find the perfect pace for your workout.

In terms of noise generated, the machine is fairly quiet. The motor itself is far from being loud. However, the sound of your cadence, especially if you run on the machine, does generate some noise, but not loud enough to cover the sound of your TV on a moderate volume level.


The HARISON T360 is equipped with a pretty fancy console. Even though it doesn’t have online and Bluetooth connectivity capabilities, it still offers an impressive range of features. To begin with, it has a 7″ LCD display with LED backlight and large digits, offering an excellent readability. It tracks time, distance, calories, and pulse. Of course, it also displays the current level of incline and the selected speed level.

For distance, there’s race track feature. This shows your distance traveled as a 1/4 miles (400 m) race track, and also keeps count of the laps you have completed. It’s a great feature to have especially if you train to attend competitions. The main downside is that the speed and distance can only be displayed in metric units (km, km/h); there is no setting for imperial units.

In order to benefit from a heart rate reading, you have to use the EKG sensors integrated into the unit’s front handlebars. The console unit is not telemetric, and therefore, it cannot read your pulse via an HR chest strap transmitter.

The console has 15 preset workout programs. They are divided into several categories, each category having its own button on the console. Differently put, the unit offers workouts that focus on fat burning, weight loss, heart rate, hill climbing simulation, and overall fitness level improvement.

In terms of non-fitness features, there are several to be mentioned here. To begin with, the console is equipped with a sound system which consists of two small speakers, placed one on each side of its top corners. They don’t offer an extremely high-quality sound, but the sound rendered is definitely better than the sound provided by any phone or tablet speakers. The audio jack input is at the lower part of the display. It is compatible with most MP3 players, smartphones, or tablets. There’s also a USB port next to it which gives you the possibility to recharge your phone or tablet. However, it doesn’t offer support for workout data transfer, and the treadmill is not compatible with any online fitness apps.

A cooling fan, a tablet holder, and two accessory trays are also included. The fan is not too powerful; it’s placed under the display of the unit. The tablet holder is large enough to accommodate any tablet; it’s placed above the unit’s display, so if you place a tablet on it, it won’t cover the unit’s display. And finally, the two side accessory holders can serve as support for your water bottle, keys, TV remote, etc.

Assembly & Maintenance

Like most treadmills, the HARISON T360 comes partially assembled. The deck with its belt, motors, folding mechanism and other components are already assembled. Therefore, the assembly basically requires you to attach the two console masts, the console, and several other small covers, a task that shouldn’t take longer than 30-40 minutes. The manual provides all the necessary assembly instructions. Also, a basic toolkit for assembly is included.

For maintenance, it’s recommended to periodically lubricate the deck. The belt should be wiped clean after every use, to prevent any small objects or textile fiber to be dragged into the rollers or motor. It’s also recommended to periodically inspect the integrity of the machine, look for loose bolts, etc.

The Pros

  • Sturdy frame construction – can hold users up to 265 lbs;
  • Folding deck, space-saving design;
  • Shock absorption system integrated into the deck;
  • Motorized incline, 0% – 15%;
  • 1.5 CHP motor, speeds up to 10 MPH;
  • Speed can be adjusted increments of 0.1 MPH, allowing you to find the perfect pace for your workout;
  • EGK pulse sensors integrated into handlebars;
  • 7-inch multi-panel LCD console, with LED backlight;
  • The console display shows time, distance, speed, incline, calories, and pulse;
  • 1/4 mile race track feature;
  • 15 preset workout programs;
  • Sound system included;
  • Cooling fan included;
  • Tablet holder included;
  • Accessory trays included;
  • Quiet operation;
  • Fairly easy to assemble;
  • Little maintenance required.

The Cons

  • Only metric units for distance and speed;
  • The cooling fan is not too powerful;
  • The console is not telemetric;
  • No online connectivity.

Final Word

The HARISON T360 is a mid-range treadmill designed for home use. It is equipped with a 1.5 CHP motor, a motorized incline system with up to 15% incline, and an LCD console with 15 workout programs. It’s a fairly sturdy machine, can support users up to 265 lbs. It’s not an extremely large unit and also has a hydraulic deck folding system. It’s an excellent machine for muscle toning, stamina development, light to intense cardio training, and weight loss. It’s not one of the most affordable units available at the moment but does offer an excellent quality for the price.

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