Latest 2017 Update
- We are updating the review to this product. It has selected as the best treadmills based on customer compensation, stability, specialties and cost. Treadmills are among the most famous pieces of cardio fitness machine for both gym and house use but buying a treadmill is a big commitment, so we hope our rankings, reports and tools will help you get the ideal match. Please also visit our Best Buy Treadmill and Best Buy Elliptical pages for our current recommendations. Thank you!
- This treadmill includes pretty much everything that makes a Nordictrack worth buying, namely power/quality and features
- Built-in TV
- iPod compatibility
- As close to commercial quality as Nordictrack has gotten in their home line of treadmills
- Free wireless heart strap instead of the usual standard grip heart rate sensors
- motor strength is more than sufficient
- 35 workout programs AND additional iFit card workout programs
- Free extended warranty
- One of the most expensive home treadmills which is to be expected
- If money is not that much of an issue and you want to buy a brand that you’re familiar with, the Nordictrack Elite 7500 treadmill is most definitely an excellent choice. Not only does it exhibit all the signs of a solidly built treadmill, it also comes equipped with basically all the entertainment features you can ask for. If you’re serious about your workouts but aren’t quite ready to splurge on a commercial model, the Elite 7500 treadmill is your best bet at $1600 or so. Though it’s not truly built to withstand the stress in commercial settings like its marketing would like you to believe, for a home treadmill, it’s a pretty solid choice.