On August 30, 2019, the attorneys at Markovits, Stock & DeMarco, along with co-counsel, filed a class-action lawsuit against Sole Fitness based on Sole Fitness’s misleading horsepower representations in advertising, marketing, and selling their treadmills to everyday consumers. The lawsuit alleges nationwide warranty claims and state-based warranty and consumer protection claims against Sole Fitness. The lawsuit seeks, among other forms of relief, an order from the court stopping Sole Fitness from continuing to promote its treadmills using false and misleading horsepower representations.
Sole Fitness promotes and emphasizes in its advertising the horsepower capabilities of its treadmills, from 2.5 continuous horsepower to 4.0 continuous horsepower, and charges a premium based on these claims. But these horsepower numbers are not achievable for normal household use. A copy of the class-action complaint detailing the alleged misrepresentations is available here.
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