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NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Treadmill Review

Expert Rating:5 stars!

Recently upgraded, the NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Treadmill is ON SALE!


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We rated the NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Treadmill a Best Buy for several reasons. At $1,499, it out-specs the competition with features like a 7” HD color Android touchscreen, 3.8 HP motor, 22”x60” running surface, premium sound system, iFit Live compatible, and 5-year parts / 2-year labor warranty.

In addition, one of our team members has owned a NordicTrack treadmill for several years and has been very satisfied with its performance and reliability. A prominent consumer publication gave the the Commercial 1750 a Best Buy review. They rated it excellent for ergonomics and exercise range, and very good for construction and ease of use.

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NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Treadmill Features

iFit Live

The new iFit Live turns your treadmill into an interactive motivational cardio machine. It allows you to set fitness and weight goals through your account. Then, you are able to download workout programs from trainers like Jillian Michaels that help motivate you during your workout. iFit Live will monitor your progress and adjust the routines accordingly. With every workout, iFit Live will incrementally increase the difficulty so you are continually building cardio strength while you burn more calories.

This fantastic feature prevents you from falling into the all too common ‘rut’ with boring workouts that seem like a chore. You can further monitor your progress through your online account. Your treadmill will communicate your progress and results to your account.

Run Around the World with Google Maps

This feature makes iFit Live a killer app. You can connect to Google Maps and walk or run roadways and trails around the world. According to NordicTrack, iFit Live allows you to experience trails all over the world and watch your progress on the display map. To further enhance your hiking experience, iFit Live automatically adjusts your incline to simulate the physical features of the terrain. You can view your progress either with a map, satellite or street view using a laptop or smart phone. We tried this feature and were able to run down a familiar street while the treadmill adjusted for the hills.

In addition to the above, NordicTrack also runs competitive races where you can compete against other iFit Live users, or you can compete with friends or family. Better yet, if you are a competitive runner, there are a series of programs for training for 5K, 10K or marathon races.

Walking or running in place can be incredibly boring. Often the minutes drag by. iFit Live is designed to motivate the user by creating a variety of entertaining challenges.

iFit Live has recently added an HD video library of world famous terrains. Like Google Maps the treadmill will simulate the terrain as you run.

The only downside to this entire system is that iFit Live does require a regular subscription fee. Some similar programs from the competition provide virtual fitness tracking at no cost.

7″ Hi-Definition Touchscreen Display — The color display is much more visually appealing than your typical one color LCD or LED display. It lets you directly access and the iFit Live features. When you trace a route on Google Maps you can display a street, satellite or earth view. This feature is not available on some of the lower NordicTrack models.

iPad Holder — They placed an iPad holder strategically above the console so you can access your iPad as you workout.

3.8 Continuous Duty HP Motor — This is a powerful motor for a treadmill and should run effortlessly at even the highest speeds. A customer review mentioned that the 3.8 motor didn’t break a sweat at all handling his 265 lb. weight while jogging at 6.5 mph.

22″ x 60″ Running Surface — It should be noted that most manufacturers rate the length by treadbelt. What they don’t tell you is that 1-3” is covered by shrouds. The 60” length is the actual length on the Commercial 1750. In addition, they increased the width of the belt to 22”, giving you more comfort space as you run.

Runner Flex Adjustable Cushioning Deck — The Runner Flex deck is designed to absorb the shock of your impact while providing an energy return when you lift off. NordicTrack claims this patented design allows you to exercise longer. Our perception is that it provides excellent shock absorption. Since some runners prefer less shock absorption, the Runner Flex deck allows you to reduce the cushioning to simulate running outside on a harder surface. This is especially nice if you have varied cushion preferences in your household.

3% Decline — With the NordicTrack Commercial 1750 you can simulate running up and down hills, which allows you to stimulate and tone different muscles groups. It inclines up to 15% and declines to 3%. This feature further enhances your experience running up and down hills with Google Maps. NordicTrack is one of the few companies to offer a decline feature.

Sound System and MP3 Input —NordicTrack offers one of the best built-in sound systems in the industry. It has a sound clarity not found on other brands. You also can plug in your iPod or MP3 player.

Two Cooling Fan Options – This machine has two separate fans to provide cooling during your workout. An oversized Autobreeze fan is located on the console to target you core. It autoadjusts according to the speed of your workout. A second fan located on the accessory tray provides another auto-adjusting option so you can stay cool during your workout.

Unit Weight 290 Lbs — The NordicTrack 1750 is similar in weight to many commercial treadmills. You can expect it to be very stable even running at fast speeds. You’ll probably want to opt for the inside delivery.

38 Exercise Programs – If you don’t want to spend the extra money for the iFit Live, you have 38 built-in exercise programs to choose from that include programs form calorie, heart rate control, incline, and speed workout programs.

Warranty — The Commercial 1750 treadmill has a lifetime motor / frame, 5-year parts / electronics, and 2-year labor warranty, the best coverage you will find at this price.

Our Review – NordicTrack Commercial 1750

NordicTrack is owned by the largest fitness equipment company in the world. They’ve always ruled the budget category of treadmills through brands like Image, Weslo and ProForm. Over the last few years they have concentrated on building higher end machines, with some very impressive features like iFit Live.

In the past, we’ve been critical of Icon products. Actually, we still discourage people from buying their cheap Image and Welso treadmills. However, NordicTrack has gone through an impressive transition. They’ve made vast improvements in both quality control and customer service, and consequently, offer some of the best value in the $1,000-$2,000 price range. Their machines not only out spec the competition, but they tend to be very low maintenance.

The NordicTrack Commercial 1750 treadmill is a perfect example of the advancements made by the company. It is loaded with impressive features like a powerful motor, extended deck, color display, sound system, and variety of programs. More importantly, it offers iFit Live, which is the most innovative technologies to hit the treadmill industry in years.

From NordicTrack

We received these comments from the company…

Just so you know, the reason we waited so long to put the Commercial 1750 on sale was to make sure that everything was working shamelessly.  We have always thought that treadmill would be our best and we did not want to release it until it had been tested more than any other treadmill. In fact, it was put through over 2 months of testing, 3 weeks (504 hrs) of pound testing (meaning we pounded the deck with 475 lbs of force, over 1 million times), 200 hrs of human testing, 4 months (1000 hrs) of console testing and that includes white noise, software checks, console functionality and static electricity charges. A grand total of 1704 hours of testing.

I think that makes for a pretty good story and is why we can offer such a good warranty.

NordicTrack 1750 Treadmill Customer Review

The 1750 is my favorite treadmill! I have had a few other treadmills and this one blows them all out of the water. I love the iFit technology that it has. I can run any place I have run before in my life and also run in places that I can only dream of running i.e Paris, Great Wall of China, Beaches in Morocco, etc…

The machine is really strong. My other treadmills seem to always move back and forth when I run but this one has a sturdy base and won’t move side to side when I run on it. It actually feels like a treadmill I used to run on at my gym.

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This video review was taken while visiting the NordicTrack headquarters.

12 thoughts on “NordicTrack Commercial 1750”

  1. administrator Post author

    Hi Peanut,

    Thanks for posting. If you click on the link above it should take you to NordicTrack Canada website which will display pricing and order information. It’s the link that reads “canadian customers click here”. Let me know if for some reason the link isn’t showing for you.


  2. S Callaghan

    Could you please supply me with the name and address of the outlet(s) in Langley or Abbotsford B.C who sell the 1750 Nordic treadmill..


  3. Susan Reilly

    Hello – I am interested in a treadmill that also folds up and can rolled into another room. I know the Nordictrack 1750 folds up but can it be rolled into another room? If not, is there one that does this and is still highly rated but under $1500?

    Thank you.


  4. administrator Post author

    Hi Susan,

    Happy Thursday! Thanks for your question regarding the NordicTrack 1750 and the folding feature.

    There are numerous folding treadmills on the market with “assist” lift and ability to roll around. With NordicTrack, due to the economies of scale and shear size of the parent company Icon you tend to get “more bang for less money”.

    There isn’t another brand on the market that competes in the $1,400 – $1,500 pricing category that offers nearly the features as NordicTrack. In fact, no other treadmill for less than $1,500 has a touch screen browser that isn’t built by Icon. With that said, there are competitors in the space you may want to consider.

    We tend to agree that “frills” such as touch screen may not be nearly as important as durable bearings, belting and customer service. For this reason, you may want to consider the Sole F80. What it lacks in “bells and whistles” it more than makes up for on the running surface.

    Both the NordicTrack 1750 and Sole F80 are featured on our “best buy” rating so depending on your needs you may want to look at both. Also, the Sole F80 you can test at Dicks Sporting goods if there is one local to you.

    Let me know if you have additional questions!

    Good luck!


    1. administrator Post author

      Hi Jeanne,

      Thanks for your question regarding the Noise level of the NordicTrack Commercial 1750. When Fred and I did the video at Icon in Logan, Utah (NordicTrack Headquarters), one of the things I noticed was the minimal noise level.

      You will hear the hum of the belt and motor but nothing out of the ordinary….it’s a very quiet machine.



    1. administrator Post author

      Hi Paulette,
      Prices shown on our site are in US dollars. When you click on the link for Canada it will take you to NordicTrack Canada and pricing is shown in Canadian dollars.


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