The Horizon 7.4 AT is a mid-level treadmill from Horizon's “Studio Series.” It boasts a tough frame, a 3.5 CHP motor, and great features.

Horizon 7.4 AT Treadmill

The 7.4 AT has 318 pound steel frame. Durable and strong even at high speeds, the silent treadmill has a lifetime warranty on the motor and frame.

Horizon 7.4 AT Construction

The 3.5 CHP motor and 22′′W x 60′′L deck with Rapid Sync Technology can accelerate and decelerate faster than a typical treadmill.


Two displays to track the metrics & its main LCD is just has 8.25′′. The digital boxes underneath show same details if your tablet blocks the LCD. 

Console & Display

The FeatherLight Folding Mechanism locks the deck in a V-shape and unlocks with a foot-release, lowering down gently hydraulically.

Easy to Fold

Horizon Fitness includes a Bluetooth wireless chest strap. The treadmill supports Bluetooth streaming. 

Heart Rate Monitor

Its 22′′W x 60′′L running surface is large enough for most users' strides. Three zones of variable response cushioning minimise impact by 30%.

Running Track

Horizon 7.4 AT has a speed of 0-12 mph and an incline of 0%-15%. Thumbs roll up or down the QuickDial Controls on the grips.

Speed & Incline

Ten preset programs, the most exciting being Sprint 8, a patented HIIT training program for runners, widely used and successful.

Preset Programs

Thick Brush Stroke

- You need to invest in an iPad or tablet. - The small LCD is not a touchscreen. - Exceptionally few preset routines.

Horizon 7.4 AT Drawbacks

Thick Brush Stroke

At current price it's a great treadmill for the price and the ability to utilise third-party applications.