Proform Performance 600 Treadmill Review




If you own a Proform Performance 600, you’ll be able to run longer because the attached ProShox™ Elite 2 Cushioning protects your feet so you won’t get tired fast.

Listening to upbeat music while pounding your feet on the silent treadmill is not cool when neighbors are still asleep. No problem. Just turn off the built-in sound system by Intermix Acoustics™ 2.0 that lets you enjoy surround music with wide-ranged frequencies and equalized sound. And then plug in your iPod® or MP3 Player to Interplay® Music Port for private listening.

Getting bored doing workout by yourself? Here’s good news! The Performance 600 is designed to get connected with iFit Live™ that features automatic speed and controlled incline in workout programs which can be downloaded online. Still through Google Maps™, you may sync your training sessions with Jillian Michaels schedule and experience workout with professionals.

Here’s another cool feature. Because your treadmill is compatible with Nike + iPod®, you can check what’s the current status of your workout, your performance level, and other data. Simply connect and sync your iPod® to Nikeplus.

Need more info to confirm that the Proform Performance 600 is durable enough to make it worthy to buy? Take a look on its specs. Powered with the extraordinaire 2.5 CHP Mach Z™ Commercial Motor, it is made into a formidable treadmill machine.

With the 20″ x 55″ Treadbelt as the running surface, there’s room enough to keep you running in comfort —  even when you adjusted the settings in 0–12% Quick Incline®.

This feature, 1–12 MPH QuickSpeed®, lets you control the speed of the treadmill in a single touch of your finger.

Your Performance 600 has a Lifetime Warranty in both motor and frame: 1 year in labor and 2 years in parts.

Good points

  • Still quite affordable (at $799 sale price point)
  • Comes with a pretty standard motor and belt setup

Bad points

  • Sub par warranty offering at this price especially for parts
  • Nothing that makes this treadmill scream “BUY ME”