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NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Treadmill

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NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Treadmill
 
5.0

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5.0

Great for a workout!

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from USA

Comments about NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Treadmill:

I am a huge runner and have experience on multiple treadmills. This is by far one of the best ones I have used. It runs really smooth and gives you a great workout. It has multiple features that allow you to constantly mix your workout up. Therefore, you do not get as bored while using it as you do on other treadmills. The track runs smoothly underneath your feet and keeps it easier on your knees. It is definitely expensive to own it, but it is worth the price. Any treadmill is expensive but this one is very high quality. I would definitely recommend this if you are looking for a great run indoors. I have loved owning mine.

Performance
The performance is great. It has multiple features and allows you to do multiple workouts on it.

Comfort
The comfort level is great. It is the easiest one I have experienced when it comes to me knees.

Ease of Use
It is easy to use and the features are easy to use once you learn how to do it all.

Durability
Mine has held up really well for the past year.

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5.0

A machine

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from Wisconsin

Comments about NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Treadmill:

I'm not going to beat around the bush -- this is a machine, an expensive one, but still a good deal in its caliber. If you're a serious runner, you'd get a kick out of this treadmill. I am not a serious runner, but I do like to run on part of my work out on the treadmill and so does my husband. I suffer from shin splints fairly easy so shoes and an appropriate ground to run on are important to me. I do not have that problem with this Nordic like I did the last Nordic I had years ago. It's not the shoes because my husband and daughter claim this has a great cushioning effect as well. To me, that's pretty important for a treadmill. Great cushioning.
I have a tendency to do what I want rather than follow a recommended path the treadmill program can lead you on, so I'm constantly going faster then slower, inclining then declining, and I haven't hurt this machine yet, although my husband will complain, "You're going to ruin that treadmill changing like that so much!" I think my Nordic is holding up quite fine. One thing I don't like about some treadmills is that the arms are too long and I'll bonk my hands on the sides, but the arms on this only go so far. It's adequate if you need to grab on but doesn't protrude so much where it's a nuisance. The information on this baby is something else, too. I am a simple user of the treadmill, but if you are so inclined and like to get into "electronics" like some other people do in my household, you will think this treadmill is a toy as you can literally pretend you're racing with someone else and it even has a little map on there you can use. Not even kidding. Who comes up with this stuff anyways? I stick with the little fan on it because I'm a sweater. That's a toy to me. I have a feeling we will have this treadmill for a long, long time. This particular one has restored my faith in Nordic as well because the last one we had wasn't very good quality, but then again, it was one of their cheaper ones. Living in the Midwest, a treadmill is important, and boy, did it ever get a work out this year!

Ease of Use
My husband might give this a bit of a higher rate, but I does take a bit of learning to use the control board.

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