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NordicTrack offers commercial-grade treadmills, C-Series treadmills, treadmill desks, and incline trainers. This treadmill provider has also incorporated state-of-the-art noise reduction and 15% inclines.
NordicTrack commercial-grade treadmills provide a softer landing surface than other series and feature a DurX Commercial Plus Motor that runs for longer.
NordicTrack C-Series treadmills are comparable to their commercial treadmills in function, but not in form. The C-Series features smaller, space-saving models that can fold up when not in use.
NordicTrack treadmill desks come in two models, both with oversized work spaces, but the platinum model has a space-saving feature—it can fold up vertically to transform into a standing desk for times when you’d rather stand than walk.
NordicTrack incline trainers are excellent options for walkers who love the feel of a treadmill-style workout. Because they are able to incline so steeply, walkers are able to burn just as many calories at rates similar to running comparable distances (and for comparable durations).
Keep in mind, if you have problems with your knees or back, high-impact workouts may not be for you. Consult a doctor before making your purchase.
Read more NordicTrack treadmill reviews below.
Data and ratings accurate as of March 2018
|Treadmill Desk Platinum||$1,799|
|NordicTrack incline trainers||Price|
|X9i Incline Trainer||$2,499|
|X11i Incline Trainer||$2,499|
|X22i Incline Trainer||$3,999|
|Curbside delivery||Machine will be delivered directly to the curbside of your home||Free|
|Threshold delivery||Machine will be delivered to the front doorway of your home||$99|
|Room of choice delivery + assembly||Machine will be delivered to the desired location within your home||$249|
NordicTrack offers warranties on all of its products, but the warranties differ in length and coverage. Learn more about NordicTrack’s warranty terms.
To hear what customers are saying about NordicTrack treadmills, check out the NordicTrack treadmill reviews below.
Don reviewed the X9i Incline Trainer on the NordicTrack site:
“My wife and I have had several treadmills in the past. They all have had different problems. This is one very solid treadmill and I would say it will most likely last longer than any other treadmill we have had in the past.”
Mike reviewed the C990 on the NordicTrack site:
“The most sturdy, smooth, quiet and easy to use treadmill that I’ve ever owned. Use it for running and walking at least 3 days a week and expect to get many years of use from it.“