Nordictrack Elite 9700 Pro Treadmill Review




Good points

  • Max decline of -3%
  • iFit Live module included
  • Web browser included
  • 22″ belt
  • Free delivery to anywhere inside your home and installed for you

Bad points

  • Pretty damn expensive

Comments

  • For a standard home treadmill, the Nordictrack Elite 9700 Pro is as good as it gets. If you’re looking for a machine for your own with all the latest features, a strong warranty and without breaking the bank (when it’s on sale), this is it. Nordictrack or the ICON brand in general currently have three very innovative features that no other companies have an answer for : treadmill decline, integrated web browser, simulated trails using Google maps and iFit Live. You get all these three innovative features and a super wide 22″ belt (most 97% of treadmills are 20″ or less). This is literally, from my looking at hundreds of treadmills over the years, the most well equipped treadmill on paper. However, all these features do come at a price. The MSRP is $3299, we don’t imagine it will sell below $1800 though that is what we think would make this a fantastic value. You’re likely going to see it for just north of $2000 which is still a good deal but not the best value out there. If you’re the type to splurge, this is as good as any. Oh, it also comes with free inside delivery and set up.

Do you want your treadmill to be the best? Bring the NordicTrack Elite 9700 get the best value for your money. You’ll not be wanting for more with this superior quality training machine!