The Nordictrack 2450 and the 2950 treadmills are very similar:

 

 

They are both high-end, commercial style treadmills built tougher than Nordictrack’s starter models.

They also both give you built-in TV’s above the console and full-color touch-screen web browsers.

So which is best for you? Here’s a video comparing the main differences between the Nordictrack 2450 vs 2950 treadmill:

 

 

Want to Learn More?

Click Here for our Full Review of the Nordictrack 2450 treadmill

Click Here for our Full Review of the Nordictrack 2950 treadmill

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Sole F80 Vs F85 Treadmill

March 24, 2015

Which is Best For You?

 

Two of Sole’s most popular folding treadmills are the F80 and the F85. The Sole F80 comes in around $1499 and the Sole F85 is about $300 – $500 more depending on where you buy it.

 

 

This leaves many buyers wondering – is the F85 worth the extra money? How exactly are they different?

This can be a challenge since many of the main differences are found “underneath the hood” so to speak. And it can be hard for most buyers to compare them on the surface.

With that in mind, here’s what you need to know about the Sole F80 vs F85 treadmills:

 

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Sole F80 Folded

Sole F80 vs F85 – Main Differences:

 

Motor

The F85 comes with a stronger motor – 4.0 HP vs 3.5 HP on the F80 model. What does this mean to you? It means that the F85 can handle more strenuous and longer workouts without straining to keep up with you.

 

Deck

The deck on the F85 is reinforced  – so again, it’s built to take more of a beating. This also helps to give it a higher user weight capacity than the F80.

Sole F80 Treadmill Console

Sole F80 Console

 

Console

While both consoles are fairly similar, the F85 console is slightly larger – so it’s a bit easier to read your workout stats.

 

Sole F85 Treadmill Console

Sole F85 Console

 

 

So those are the main differences between the Sole F80 vs F85. Basically the F85 is built to be tougher and handle long running workouts better (i.e. it will last longer under constant, strenuous use).

 

So Which is Best for You?

 

It really depends on whether you’re planning on heavy use of your treadmill. This includes things like your weight, your average workout time and frequency, how many other users are in your home and what kind of workout you’re doing (running vs walking).

If you’re planning on heavy use of your treadmill then the F85 will stand up better over the long run. If you’re just planning on medium use, then you can probably save a bit and go with the F80 treadmill.

 

Want to Learn More?

 

Click Here for more on the Sole F80

Click Here for More on the Sole F85

 

 

 

 

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Nordictrack 630 Treadmill Review – A Steal Under $800?

March 19, 2015

The Nordictrack 630 is their 2015 ultra-affordable treadmill under $800. Here’s a quick video of the pros and cons of this treadmill: (Please note, scroll down for more pics and specs on the 630 treadmill.)   Click Here For The Sale Price and Free Shipping on the Nordictrack 630 Treadmill   Nordictrack C 630 Treadmill […]

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Horizon Elite T7 Treadmill Review

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Pros and Cons of the Horizon Fitness Elite T7 Treadmill   The Horizon Elite T7 treadmill is a mid-range treadmill coming in under $1500 – a very popular price point. It’s built a bit tougher than Horizon Fitness starter treadmills with a stronger motor and longer belt. But it has to compete with heavyweights in […]

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Smooth Treadmills Update – What’s Going On?

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An Update on the Smooth Fitness Brand   Thinking about buying a Smooth treadmill? Smooth treadmills have been highly rated for years – although not as widely sold as some brands. They started out in the late nineties as one of the first manufacturers to sell directly to the consumer – and skip the middleman […]

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Sole TT8 Vs F85 Treadmill Comparison

March 6, 2015

Which Treadmill is Best For You?   The Sole TT8 and the F85 are two of Sole’s premium, luxury treadmills.     They carry a lot of the same popular features like: CushionFlex Cushioning – Shown to reduce impact on joints by up to 40% Side Handrail Controls – So you don’t have to reach […]

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Nordictrack C 1650 Treadmill Review

March 3, 2015

Pros and Cons of the 2015 Nordictrack C1650 Treadmill   The Nordictrack C 1650 treadmill is new 2015 update on the older 1630 model. And true to form, Nordictrack has added updates that improve upon the older 1630 model – like a full color console, tablet holder and stronger motor. The 1650 itself is a bridge treadmill – […]

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Flash Sale – Save $200 on the Sole F80 Treadmill

March 2, 2015

Get the Sole F80 for $1299 – NOT $1499 Here! Quick Update – The Sole Manufacturer has put the Sole F80 treadmill on sale and cut the price from $1499 to $1299 for a short time. You can get the sale price (with Free Shipping) by clicking here. Want to learn more? See our full review […]

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