Nordictrack Viewpoint 3200 Treadmill Review

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! Good points: Main selling point is the TV Comes with iFit card slot so you have an unlimited number of programs to workout to Workout fans to keep you cool At the regular price, there are much better deals out there. When it’s at something like, then you’ve got yourself a TV treadmill that’s as good as any of the other ones out there. No wireless heart rate monitor No iPod jack Comments: This is one of the lowest priced TV treadmill by Nordictrack and it’s the least well equipped. If this treadmill sells for just a tad more than, then it’s a real contender but it’s simply not competitive at the regular retail price. The Nordictrack Viewpoint 3600 and the Elite 7500 are a few other choices from Nordictrack that might suit you better depending on their current prices. Working out has never been more fun with the NordicTrack Viewpoint 3200 Treadmill from the NordicTrack brand. This treadmill takes exercising to a new experience with its entertainment features. Now, you can really lose weight and stay fit while listening to your mp3 and watching your favorite shows on its built-in 7″ flat screen TV. It is cable-ready so you won’t miss any of your regular news and sporting events. 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 Treadmill pages for our current recommendations. Thank you! Good points: Longer than average stride length at 20″ Better than engineered than most Treadmills though this is not to say it’s not susceptible to breakdowns and needing the occasional repair To compensate for the improved construction quality, they’ve decided to cut back on the number of bells and whistles No iFit so you’re confined to the 16 workout programs that comes with the machine Comments: The retail price is certainly not justified and unless you see it selling for less than, you’re probably better going off with the Freemotion s5.6 or s5.8 Treadmills instead. Get yourself going with the top-of-the-line and commercial-grade Treadmill from the NordicTrack brand. Now, you get to experience the NordicTrack Commercial 1600 Treadmill. This equipment is built for high-quality performance and is one of the best in the retail market in terms of smoother operation. It has stainless steel wheel track and commercial-sealed bearings guaranteeing longer life and smoother performance. It is heavy-duty and could accommodate up to 350 lbs. You could also personalize this Treadmill by customizing your own workouts based on your inputs. If you want to focus on aerobic, weight-loss or performance goals, you could choose from 9 personal trainer workouts that automatically adjust its pace and resistance. The 3 heart rate workouts keep you on your heart rate zone. Not only that, you also get to create 3 of your own workouts. Also, with the extra-long 20″ stride length, this Treadmill gives you more freedom to move and gives you longer stride. It has a built-in step counter that could keep track of the number of steps you take. The 6 LCD display console also lets see clearly the speed, time, distance, calories and pulse information. The defining feature of an incline trainer is obviously its steep incline. With the 3200, you get an impressive 40% max incline and 6% decline. As impressive as its incline-decline range may be, it is nonetheless matched by its much more affordable little brothers, the X9i and X7i. It seems that for the coming 2013 season, Nordictrack and Proform have started a new trend and that is offering 3 years for its labor warranty. Though it’s not at all uncommon to see lifetime parts warranty (less so from ICON), it is extremely rare to see a labor warranty longer than 2 years If you having a serious addiction to using the internet, you satisfy that urge by surfing the web on the treadmill’s Android browser. The 10” console may not hold a candle to your usual computer setup, but we assure you that a 10” console is almost as large as they come by in the treadmill world in 2012/2013. A 62” long belt beats out probably 95% of what’s currently out there in the market. This is also more than adequately powered by a monstrous 4.0 CHP motor. For the price you’re paying, we would have hoped the 3200 came with a longer parts warranty, adjustable cushioning or a built-in TV. Since these are all features that exist on other Nordictrack treadmills, don’t be surprised to find it on the 2014 model or on the not yet but likely to be released X13i. A review price of is not very appealing Requires purchase of an iFit subscription to use its iFit features Verdict: The Nordictrack 3200 incline trainer is the best incline trainer on the market in 2012/2013 but it is also the most expensive. Compared to its more affordable siblings, the 3200 features the same incline and decline range but shows improvements in other areas such as a more powerful motor, a longer labor warranty and a higher weight capacity. In our opinion, the price difference between it and the X9i is not entirely justified. In our opinion, unless you want the best incline trainer money can buy, this is the right choice. For the rest of you, we’re going to recommend the X9i or X7i instead because it’s much more affordable and you’re not losing much in the process. Comes with iFit Live module and 12 month subscription Its main selling point is the 35″ stride length Comes with wireless chest pulse Even the sale price is too pricey In many ways, the Nordictrack Freestrider 3200 is an outstanding Treadmill. Its starting price is reflected in one of the most well equipped Treadmills Nordictrack has to offer. There are also only very few Treadmills that feature a 35″ stride (most range from 16 to 22″) and only some of the newer 2010 Treadmills come with the iFit Live module and the subscription. But even with these outstanding features, the or so that you need to spend to own one of these is probably excessive for most especially when there are some powerful but slightly inferior Treadmills by Nordictrack that are selling for a few hundred dollars less. If you’re the type to splurge, this isn’t a bad choice at all.

Loren Lillian
 

Loren Lillian is a passionate Certified Personal Trainer and a motivator. She is helping his clients to achieve their personal health and fitness goals.