Ancheer S6200 Treadmill Review

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Ryan the authorRyan Fiorenzi, B.A.
Updated: July 18, 2021

The Ancheer S6200 made it into our top choices for home treadmills under $1,000 for a lot of reasons. It's only drawback is that it doesn't have an incline function.


  • Beautiful 10.1" Wifi enabled & HD touch screen
  • Hi-Fi stereo
  • Quiet & low power consumption
  • Supports users up to 300 lbs.
  • Solid warranty
  • Speed up to 9.9 MPH
  • 6 part shock absorption system-great for your joints
  • 308 lb. maximum user weight
  • 49.6" long belt - long enough for running and for hose with longer strides


  • It does't have the option of adding incline

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The Ancheer S6200 goes from 0.5 - 9.9 MPH. Most people jog at 5-6 mph, so this gives you the option of going even faster.


The Ancheer S6200 only has 12 workout programs, which is low compared to our other top choices in the under $1,000 category.

Shock Absorption

This treadmill excels in shock absorption with a 6 part system, as shown in the image below.

Ancheer S6200 shock absorption system

Folding and Moving

Lowering and raising the deck to save space is easy with two pneumatic shocks, and it has a soft-drop system.

Tablet and Phone Space

There's 2 cup holders where you could put your phone if you don't want to block the display, or a thin tray on the bottom of the display to hold a phone or tablet.


3.0 HP motor that is very quiet.


This treadmill is easier to assemble than the other top choices under $1,000.


  • Expanded: 67.3" L x 28.3" W x 50.8 H 
  • Folded-up: 29.3" L x 28.3" W x 67.1" H 

Weight Capacity

It can accommodate users up to 308 lbs.


The Ancheer S6200 is very quiet. Between the motor and the 6 part shock-absorption system, this is one of the quieter treadmills you'll be able to find. This explains the following odd picture on their amazon page, which has a woman taking a nap behind the woman using the treadmill!

Ancheer quiet treadmill


This is one of the few drawbacks of this machine-there is no incline option. If you don't use the incline when you use treadmills, this is a benefit to you more into the other features.


The belt is 49.6" long X 15.7" wide, which is a good length for a running treadmill, but not a great width. If you're a little clumsy, you may want a wider track.

LCD Display

This is a unique feature of the Ancheer S6200. It has a 10.1" full color LCD display, which sets it apart from most other treadmills.

There are also several outdoor running scenes that can make your workout more interesting, and the console is Wifi enabled so you can watch whatever you want.

Ancheer S6200 LCD display and console


This is another area where the Ancheer excels beyond it's competitors - it has Hi-Fi speakers on the front of the console.

Heart Rate Monitor

The heart rate sensors are on the grips just below the console.


2 years on the frame and 3 years on the motor.