Nordictrack C600 Treadmill Review – 2014 Model

by TreadmillEquipmentGuide

Pros and Cons of the 2014 Nordic Track C600 Treadmill

 

The Nordictrack C600 treadmill is one of Nordic track’s new 2014 starter models.

Coming in under $700 (with Free Shipping), it’s a great option if you want a discount treadmill from a top brand name.

Is this a good value for you? Here’s an overview of the pros and cons of the Nordictrack C600 to help you decide.

 

The Basics:

Price: $699 + Free Shipping

Motor: 2.6 HP

Speed: 0 – 10

Incline: 10%

Folding? Yes

Belt Size: 20 x 55″

Warranty: Lifetime Frame Warranty, 25-Year Motor Warranty, 1-Year Parts & Labor Warranty.

 

 

nordictrack C600 treadmill console

 

 

Pros of the Nordictrack C 600 Treadmill:

 

2.6 HP Motor

This is a decent motor size – especially for this price point. It gives you more than enough power for occasional walking and even running workouts. Plus it’s covered by a 25 year motor warranty which gives you some protection.

 

Adjustable Cushioning

nordic track c 600 treadmill cushioningThis is a very cool feature you don’t usually find at this price point. You can turn the cushioning system on and off with this machine.

So if you want a softer, more forgiving feel, you can turn it on. And if you want a firmer surface for a more “road-like” experience, you can turn the cushioning off.

 

Backlit Console with One-Touch Incline/Speed Controls

The console on this machine is also pretty decent. While the console is not the largest that Nordictrack makes, it’s still easy to read and fairly sophisticated.

There’s also one-touch resistance and speed controls running up the side of the console. So you can make changes on the fly – without having to scroll through all of your options.

 

iPod Dock

Plug in your iPod or mp3 player and play your favorite tunes as you walk. This can help make your workouts more enjoyable.

 

iFit Compatible

The Nordictrack C600 comes iFit LIVE compatible. With iFit you can connect your treadmill to the Internet and download new workouts, race against Facebook friends and sync your workout stats online. iFit is a great way to open up new possibilities for your workouts.

 

 nordic track 600 treadmill folded

Cons of the Nordictrack C600 Treadmill:

 

iFit LIVE Module Needed

While you don’t need iFit to use this treadmill, if you want all the benefits of iFit, you will need to purchase the iFit LIVE module (about $99).

iFit module

Starter Treadmill

While it comes in at a fantastic price, the C600 is still a starter model. It doesn’t give you the motor strength, belt size, large color console or cushioning of higher end models.

So if you’re a runner or plan on frequent use of your treadmill, you may want to invest a bit more and get a treadmill that will provide you those things (some options would be the Nordictrack 1750, Sole F80 or the Proform 1450 for example)

 

Bottom Line?

The C600 is the new 2014 starter treadmill from Nordictrack, coming in at a great price. It gives you a lot of value for the price point and would be an ideal choice for the occasional walker or the budget shoppers who want a decent treadmill from a good brand name.

 

Where to Buy:

It can be hard to find the Nordictrack C 600 because it’s so new. However you can get it direct from the Manufacturer and also get Free Shipping to your home.

Click Here to Save on the Nordictrack C600 treadmill

 

 

 

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Francisco Villanueva February 12, 2014 at 4:37 pm

the review us very useful. however, the comment said “…plan on frequent use of your treadmill, you may want to invest a bit more and get a treadmill that will provide you those things…” and it would be appreciated if an alternative is given.

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TreadmillEquipmentGuide February 12, 2014 at 8:16 pm

Thanks Francisco – great point. If you’re looking at heavier use of your treadmill (like frequent running for example), it’s a good idea to go with a model that has tougher construction, better cushioning and a stronger motor. A few models that fit the bill would be the Nordictrack 1750, Sole F80 or even the Smooth 9.35. I’ll be adding these recommendations into the main article as well. Thanks again! – Vienna

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