The Latest Nordictrack Treadmill Reviews
Plus many of them have entertainment options that you just don’t find with other brands like full-color consoles with web browsers, decline options with HD video workouts with iFit LIVE.
Plus their high incline trainer treadmills give you a way to burn 5 times the calories and see weight loss super-fast!
The following is a list of the most popular 2016 Nordictrack Treadmill Reviews. Click on the links for more information on each:
This is the most popular – and well-rated – Nordictrack treadmill currently on the market.
The new 2016 model basically keeps most of what worked on the former models – and adds a few more upgrades like an adjustable tablet holder, upgraded cushioning and wider belt.
One of the coolest features on this treadmill is the full-color web browser on the console. So you can surf the net, read emails or watch youtube videos as you walk.
And with iFit LIVE you can download new workouts or map out new trails to run all over the world.
The adjustable cushioning lets you choose the deck firmness that feels most comfortable for you. And the 3% decline (with 15% incline) gives you some extra cross-training options. Overall a great choice for runners and walkers alike
A step-up from the popular 1750 treadmill, the Commercial 2450 adds a stronger motor and larger 10 inch console.
The console doubles as a full-color web browser so you can surf the net as you walk. And with iFit LIVE built-in you can map out new trails to run with Googlemaps and even see the terrain pass you by in the console screen.
The treadmill integrates the 15% incline and 3% decline to the iFit LIVE program and mimics the actual terrain of the trail you’re walking – very virtual reality.
If you’re looking for a highly stable, strong, runner-friendly treadmill, with built in TV, this is a great option.
This is the ultimate model in the Commercial series – with all the bells and whistles. It offers a heavier deck and stronger motor than the 2450 or 1750. So it can stand up to tougher or longer workouts in your home.
One of the main differences is that you get a larger web browser than the 1750 model, which makes surfing the net a bit easier.
Plus, you can customize your workouts even more with a console that adjusts up and down (unique to the 2950). So you can move the console easily into the right position – great for taller users.
The 1650 is a higher end economy treadmill from Nordic track – not quite mid-range but a little tougher than a starter model. You get a tough 3.5 HP motor, 3% decline and long 60 inch belt.
The 1630 comes with an easy-to-read backlit console and is iFit LIVE compatible – so you can download new workouts to your treadmill from the Internet.
The 1650 is a new model this year – replacing the older 1630 model. It adds a stronger motor, full color console and tablet holder above the console.
This is Nordictrack’s very popular under-$1000 model, replacing the older 970 treadmill.
It gives you some strong basics like a 3.0 HP motor, 15% incline, long 60 inch deck and hand sensor heart rate monitor.
It also comes with a backlit console with iFit LIVE capability. With iFit LIVE you can download new workouts and track your workout stats online.
There’s also an iPod docks with speakers to listen to your favorite tunes and adjustable cushioning to give you a firmer – or softer surface.
The C700 is Nordictrack’s new starter treadmill for 2017, coming in under $800.
While it’s fairly basic, you do get some features that you don’t find on other treadmills in this price category like adjustable cushioning, iPod dock with speakers and tablet holder above the console.
It also comes iFit LIVE compatible, which means you can use all the benefits of iFit including downloading new workout programs and tracking your workout stats online.
It also folds up to save space and has a built-in console fan to keep you cool
The X9i is the most popular Nordictrack incline trainer right now – mainly because it gives you everything you need – plus some impressive entertainment options as well.
You can burn up to 5 times the calories on this treadmill that goes from 0 – 40% incline. To add some crosstraining in, you also get a 6% decline.
Nordictrack has also added a longer 60 inch belt – which makes this a great treadmill for runners or taller users. Plus it also comes with a built-in web browser. So you can surf the net or read emails as you walk, very cool
If you’re looking for fast weight loss results – and a treadmill that can do double duty both for running or high incline walking, this is your machine.
The X11 has the same features as the X9 that help to burn calories ultra fast – 40% incline and 6% decline. It also has the full-color web browser, wireless heart rate monitor, longer belt, etc.
But it steps up and adds a tougher motor (4.25 vs 3.0 HP) along with a heavier machine weight and longer warranty. So it’s built with a bit more substance – which makes it ideal for longer workouts or heavier usage.
Basically if you want a more commercial-grade build to your incline trainer this is a good option.
The most affordable of all the incline trainers, the X7 still gives you the goods to burn calories fast – up to 40% incline and 3% decline.
The console on the machine is only dual color and there is no web browser. But it is iFit LIVE compatible.
You also get the Free Wireless Heart rate monitor with this unit as well and an iPod dock with speakers.