OMA Fitness 5925CAI Treadmill
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The OMA 5925CAI is one of the treadmills released in 2021. In terms of features, it is similar to the Horizon Fitness T303 but has a slightly shorter running surface. It also has a pretty decent console compatible with multiple fitness apps.
Key Features and Specifications
- Assembled dimensions: 69.7L x 31.1W x 64.4H inches (177L x 79W x 164H cm)
- Tread belt dimensions: 55L x 20W inches (140L x 51W cm)
- Assembled weight: 185 lbs (84 kg)
- Supported weight: 300 lbs (136 kg)
- Motor: 3.0 HP, 0.5 – 11.2 MPH
- Incline: Motorized, 0-15%
- Console: 43 programs, Bluetooth, compatible with Zwift, Kinomap, and AnyRun
- Extras: Device holders, accessory trays, speakers
- Warranty: Frame 5 years / Parts 2 years / Motor 1 year
The OMA 5925CAI treadmill features a heavy-duty steel frame with a construction pretty close to at least a light-commercial model. But nonetheless, it still is a machine for home use only and comes with a residential warranty. Its frame combines rectangular and oval steel tubing for improved aesthetic and sturdiness. All the steel parts are double-coated with a rust-resistant finish, black in color.
Of course, the machine also integrates several plastic parts. For example, the side rail covers, the motor cover, and the console dashboard are made of durable thermoplastic material.
This OMA treadmill is fairly large. With all the parts assembled, it is approx. 69.7″ (177 cm) long, and 31.1″ (79 cm) wide. Plus, it is recommended to leave at least 24″ (61 cm) of clearance on each side of the deck, and at least 36″ (91 cm) of clearance at the rear for safe usage. The unit is also pretty heavy; its net weight is 185 lbs (84 kg), so its transport requires two people.
On the other hand, the treadmill is foldable. Its deck folds up which is quite a plus not only for saving some space but also because it allows easier cleaning under the machine. The folding mechanism involves a soft-drop hydraulic cylinder that slowly lowers the deck when you unfold it to prevent damage.
Deck construction and incline
The OMA 5925CAI treadmill offers a spacious running surface. It is 55″ (140 cm) long, and 20″ (51 cm) similar to the running surface of the Schwinn 810 model. The inner deckboard is made of durable HDF material; it is durable enough to support users up to 300 lbs (136 kg). It also offers a bit of flex which reduces the impact of each footstrike.
Speaking of shock absorption, the deck also integrates several cushioning elements. Some are concealed by the side rail covers. The largest (blue) ones are visible on each side of the machine’s walking platform.
The belt is multi-layered. Its top layer is designed to provide an improved grip and prevent slipping. The inner rollers are crowned (their diameter is not specified). The crowned design improves traction and prolongs the lifespan of the belt.
The OMA Fitness 5925CAI treadmill is equipped with a motorized incline system. This means you can adjust the incline as you run or walk. It also means that the machine can adjust the incline automatically, depending on the program in use.
The treadmill offers an incline range of 0% – 15% which is not bad for a home-use machine. The incline increments are 1%. The console features controls for gradual incline adjustment but also has quick incline selection controls for 6%, 9%, 12%, and 15%.
The OMA Fitness 5925CAI treadmill features a drive motor similar in specs to the Sunny Health & Fitness Evo-Fit SF-T7955. It is a 3.0 HP motor that also incorporates a small flywheel in order to minimize vibration and promote a smooth movement for the belt. It offers a speed range between 0.5 and 11.2 MPH.
Just as for the incline, the console offers speed controls for gradual adjustment and quick selection adjustment. The gradual adjustment keys have a dual function. A short press adjusts the speed of the belt in increments of 0.1 MPH and if you press and hold them for 0.5 seconds, the speed will increase or decrease quickly. The quick selection speed controls are placed on the right side of the console. They offer a quick selection for 3 MPH, 5 MPH, 7 MPH, 9 MPH, or 6 kmh, 9 kmh, 12 kmh, 15 kmh, depending on the units you’re using.
The motor itself is not extremely loud. However, depending on your running technique, weight, and other factors, your cadence may generate more or less noise. Also, since the motor is not super powerful, the daily usage of the machine shouldn’t add too much to your electricity bill.
The console included with the OMA 5925CAI treadmill offers quite an impressive range of features. To begin with, it has a 7″ LCD display with LED backlight for improved readability. The display is divided into several sub-sections in order to show as many workout metrics as possible at once. It tracks time, distance, calories, pulse, speed, and incline. The distance is also shown as a 1/4 mile track with a lap count.
The machine’s console is Bluetooth enabled and also compatible with several fitness apps such as AnyRun, Zwift, and Kinomap. Therefore, if you have any of these apps installed on your smartphone, you can sync your device with the machine and track your progress online, check your workout history, run on various virtual trails based on real trails in the world, compete with other runners, use custom programs, and more.
Nonetheless, if you don’t want to use any of the apps, the treadmill still has you covered. It has 36 pre-set programs that automatically adjust the incline and speed. Their segment layouts are indicated on the console. Plus, the treadmill also offers 3 interval programs, 3 custom programs, and 1 heart rate program.
Among other notable console features, we can count the device holders, the bottle & accessory trays, and the speakers. One device holder is placed under the console display and consists of a long shelf on which you can place a larger tablet. The other device holder attaches to the top of the console. The accessory trays are moulded into the console dashboard. And finally, the speakers have Bluetooth connectivity; thus, you can sync them with your smartphone or tablet in order to play your music through the machine’s console, or hear the instructions of a coach in case you’re following one of the programs provided by the fitness apps.
Assembly and Maintenance
The machine’s running platform with the motors, deckboard, belt, and rollers is already assembled. Therefore, you only need to attach the two upright bars and the console. This shouldn’t take more than 30 minutes of your time. All the necessary tools for the assembly are included and the manual provides step-by-step assembly instructions.
For maintenance, it is recommended to keep the machine clean, especially the belt. The deck requires periodic lubrication. Other than this, you only have to check for loose bolts and parts to make sure that your treadmill still functions properly.
- Sturdy construction – can support users up to 300 lbs;
- Folding frame with soft-drop mechanism;
- Shock absorption elements on each side of the deck;
- Motorized incline – 15 levels;
- 3.0 HP motor, with a speed range between 0.5 – 11.2 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 the front handlebar;
- Multi-function console with LED backlight;
- Goal settings for time, distance, and calories;
- 1/4 mile track function for distance;
- 36 preset programs, 3 interval programs, 3 custom programs, and 1 heart rate program;
- Bluetooth connectivity;
- Compatible with Zwift, Kinomap, and AnyRun apps;
- Device holders included;
- Accessory holders included;
- Bluetooth speakers included;
- Fairly easy to assemble;
- Little maintenance required;
- Excellent warranty.
- A tablet placed on the bottom holder will cover the console display;
- The calorie reading is not too accurate.
The OMA Fitness 5925CAI is an electric treadmill designed for home use. It is equipped with a 3.0 HP motor, an automatic incline system with 15 settings, and a console with 43 workout programs. It also has Bluetooth connectivity and is compatible with Kinomap, Zwift, and AnyRun. It’s a treadmill for users of all levels, great for light to intense cardio training, stamina development, interval workouts, and weight loss.