Pros: Easy to use programs. Simple to set up. Cons: The console could be more user friendly.
Summary: Six months ago I was at Sears looking for some exercise equipment when my wife mentioned we should look at treadmills for cardio training. I wasn't really into treadmills but I humored my wife and looked at them anyway. There were some nice models ... read more
Pros: Relatively inexpensive. Solid stucture Cons: Large and heavy. Difficult to fold up.
Heart monitor never reads correctly.
Summary: I tested this model at Sears and found that the controls were easy to use and it felt compfortable. I think that it is a rather long treadmill (about 5' long) and realized after I purchased it, as a short female, I would have looked for something 1/2 the ... read more
Pros: Very easy to operate, Runs smoother than some commercial grade ones I have used Cons: Heart rate monitor does not give accurate reading.
Summary: I bought my treadmill at Sears after doing alot of research online and at various fitness and retail stores. When purchasing a man behind me told the cashier that he had seen it on the Nordicktrack website for 10% cheaper than the sale price. ... read more
Pros: Like the features on the console and the audible sensor if too close to sidebars Cons: Heavy and hard to move if you decide to change locations in house.
Summary: I just bought a used NordicTrack C1800 and am so happy with my decision to get this one. It offers more features than I could ever use. I feel like I have a health club caliber machine in my home. I like the fact that when I'm done exercising, I can ... read more