Peloton’s Tread+ warranty updated to include longer duration on parts

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Peloton has recently updated the warranty on the Tread+ to include a longer duration on certain parts.

Thanks to an eagle-eyed Reddit user, Peloton has just recently added a new addition to the Tread+ warranty.

Frame – Five Years. Peloton warrants the platform frame (excluding any moving parts attached to the structural frame) against defects in workmanship and materials for a period of five years from the date of original delivery.

Drive Motor – Five Years. Peloton warrants the drive motor, which is defined as the motor powering the walking belt (excluding any parts attached), against defects in workmanship and materials for a period of five years from the date of original delivery.

Walking Belt – Five Years. Peloton warrants the walking belt against defects in workmanship and materials for a period of five years from the date of original delivery.

On the new Tread, the walking belt and drive motor are covered for three years while the frame is still covered for five years. These are included regardless of whether you bought the extended warranty or not. If you want to include the entire product for longer than a year, Peloton offers an extended warranty at the time of purchase.

It’s important to know that the warranty is only in effect for the original purchaser, though. If you buy a used Tread or Tread+, there is no warranty. Whenever Peloton opens the certified refurbished store, it’ll be interesting to see if the warranty remains the same as the new items.


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