Good Points: One of the few treadmills from Proform or any brand that features a decline option Several items suggest that the Pro 2000 should be reasonably reliable including the impressive (for the price) 5 years parts warranty, 350 lb weight capacity and 3.25 CHP motor which should be more than sufficient for the 20”x60” belt Includes wireless chest strap for heart rate monitoring For a (time of review) treadmill, it’s a bit disappointing that Proform decided to not include the iFit Live module Weight of treadmill not revealed so there is a potential for a running experience that is not nearly as stable or comfortable as one hopes Verdict: It’s possible that the Proform Pro 2000 can be had for about but the typical price you’re likely to see it go on sale for is around which so happens to be the price at the time of review. For, we’re not too eager to recommend this treadmill since it’s just slightly better than the 2012 Power 995 which we gave a weak recommendation even at a much better price of. It’s not that there is anything major wrong with the PRO 2000 but more often than not, you should be able to do better at this price. Remember to check our current best buy recommendations to see what the current best deals are.
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