Reviewed: NordicTrack Commercial 1750
This machine has been a top-rated treadmill in customer reviews for year after year. It’s compatible with the iFit Coach, it's powerful, and it comes at a reasonable price. This year, 2019, NordicTrack added a feature allowing you to use Bluetooth to control your workouts, but this is among many features that people have always loved about the machine.
Some of the standard features that come with this machine include a quiet 3.6 CHP motor, that’s strong enough for experienced athletes. It also includes iFit Coach workouts on a 7" touch screen for the web. There are built-in digital workouts you can enjoy on the power incline and the declining surface of the treadmill.
The iFit Coach works well with the slope feature, which adjusts the incline to sync with the scenic views and real terrain on your screen. You can experience several different regions virtually, including places in Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa, and the Americas. With the iFit Coach, your workouts have variety, and the system makes suggestions based on your goals and activity.
This full-sized home treadmill can be folded up in just a few seconds with the EasyLift Assist system. For 2019, this machine is a favorite for home fitness.
-3 to 15%
22" x 60"
This treadmill is much better than previous versions, now with enhanced quality audio to keep you pumped. While the 1750 is the least expensive model in the NordicTrack Commercial Series, it’s hardly the most beginner-friendly. It’s a luxurious choice that can be used by power walkers to experienced athletes alike.
To see some similar choices, check my list of the best Treadmills of 2019.
At 72.25 x 34 x 61 inches, the machine weighs 310 pounds. It can support users of a weight up to 300 pounds.
It costs about $1 per day. The first year of the membership tends to be included in the price at $396. Otherwise, you can buy the monthly package of $39 per month. With the extensive numbers of features on a treadmill like the 1750, this is an excellent value.
NordicTrack Commercial 1750 vs. SOLE F80
They are both durable, high-quality treadmills at similar price points. However, when you examine their features in each category, it is clear to see that the 1750 is the better choice.
The NordicTrack has a better touchscreen with the iFit workout programs. However, the F80 has a higher weight capacity. Read my full review of the Sole F80 here.