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NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Treadmill Review

Brand: NordicTrack
Expert Rating: 5 stars!

Recently upgraded for 2022, the NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Treadmill is ON SALE!

Last Updated on May 2, 2022 by Brook Norris, Fitness Guru


Last Updated on May 2, 2022 by Brook Norris, Fitness Guru

Tons of Great Features at an Even Better Price!

We rated the NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Treadmill a Best Buy for several reasons. At less than $2,000, it out-specs the competition with features like a 10” Smart HD touchscreen, 3.6 CHP motor, 22”x60” running surface, premium sound system, iFit Ready, and 10-year frame warranty.

In addition, one of our team members has owned a NordicTrack treadmill for over 8 years and has been very satisfied with its performance and reliability. He uses them a few times a week and has never had a problem! 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.

The NordicTrack Commercial 1750 is available for $1,899 with FREE delivery. 0% financing is available for up to 36 months. 30-day iFit Family Membership Trial is included. 

Click to Buy 2022 Model of the Commercial 1750 Direct from NordicTrack

NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Treadmill Features


iFit turns your treadmill into an interactive motivational cardio machine. It allows you to set fitness and weight goals through your iFit account. You then have access to iFit’s massive library of on-demand workouts and live classes from their world-renowned trainers. iFit will monitor your progress and adjust the routines accordingly. With every workout, iFit 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 iFit account.

Note:  The NordicTrack 1750 includes a FREE 30 day trial to iFit Family Membership!

Run Around the World with Google Maps

This feature makes iFit a killer app. You can connect to Google Maps and walk or run roadways and trails around the world. According to NordicTrack, iFit allows you to experience trails all over the world and watch your progress on the display map. To further enhance your hiking experience, iFit 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.

Not only can you create your own routes with Google Maps, you can choose exciting routes from around the world with their video library. From mountain trails to sandy beaches, take your workout anywhere your heart desires. You’ll get a real-life feeling as your machine adjusts the speed and incline to simulate the terrain.

How iFit Keeps Your Workout Exciting

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

What’s the Only Downside to this Technology?

The only downside to this entire system is that iFit does require a regular subscription fee. Some similar programs from the competition provide virtual fitness tracking at no cost (although they are not as comprehensive and impressive as iFit).

You can look at this one of two ways.  1)  You use iFit, pay the fee, and LOVE it.  Plus, the initial cost of your NordicTrack machine (with its higher specs) was probably less than other brands. Or,  2)  You decide you don’t need the iFit subscription, and you still have a higher spec machine at a lower initial price.  So, don’t let the iFit  subscription scare you away.  We’re just trying to help you see all sides of the equation.

10″ Smart HD Touchscreen — Here is just one example of the higher specs you can get on a NordicTrack machine.  Sole Fitness is one of our other favorite brands.  They do not offer Smart HD Touchscreens like this on their machines.  The color display is much more visually appealing than your typical one color LCD or LED display. It lets you directly access iFit 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.

Check out a comparison of the NordicTrack Commercial 1750 and the Sole Fitness F80 here.

3.75 Continuous Duty HP Motor — This is a powerful motor for a treadmill and should run effortlessly at even the highest speeds.

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.

Two 3” Digitally-Amplified Speakers —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 also take advantage of their Bluetooth audio capabilities and play your favorite jams through your treadmill speakers.

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 auto-adjusts 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.

Warranty — The Commercial 1750 treadmill has 10-year frame, 2-year parts, and 1-year labor warranty.

Note: This treadmill has a 300 lb. user weight capacity. 

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.

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, 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.

27 thoughts on “NordicTrack Commercial 1750”

    1. administrator Post author

      Hi Kurien,
      NordicTrack is going to be a great choice as they typically offer “more for less” money when it comes to features. You need to make sure you have enough clearance as some basement ceilings are very low. The NordicTrack 1750 will incline and you need to add about 18 inches to your overall height. In other words, if you are 5’6″ tall, your ceiling height should be 7′ approximately.


  1. Delia Gonzalez

    Does it fold up for storing? We have limited space in our home so hoping that when not in use it will be easily stored.


  2. Lemer

    I love the 90 degree angle folding treadmills they used to have. It saves space more than the angled folding space saver. This makes it more attractive and accessible for those who live in apartments or similar limited spaces.


  3. rich solomon

    i weiigh 250 lbs… when running on treadmills a lot of the tracks slip due to my weight.. will the track not stick or slide forward while i am running.. Is this machine made for bigger guys like me..


  4. Janet Conover

    My son wants to use this treadmill and he weighs 325 pounds. Will this treadmill handle that weight?
    Is this treadmill available now, for how much? Can it be delivered to our house, and is delivery free, or if not,
    how much will it cost. WE live in Quincy, IL within the city.


  5. Shafi

    Hi. I am a male & I’m 162 kg. I am interested in buying a treadmill to start walking initially & once that I loose weight I plan to start jogging and running. I am interested in two models, the LifeSpan TR4000i & NordicTrack Commercial 1750. But both of them have a maximum weight of 150 kg. So I wanted to know whether the models mentioned will be able to support my weight for the purpose of walking or should I look for something with higher weight capacity? Thanks and have a nice day


  6. Shawn Redfield

    How do I get the free scheduled delivery? The “buy now” link takes me to Nordic Track where the delivery charge is $199.


  7. sara Hashemi

    Hi I do a lot of outside running and wondering if this model is compatible to outside running and easy on knees? I Does this model go on sale?


    1. Site Admin

      Hi Sara. The NordicTrack 1750 actually comes with the ability to adjust (turn on/off) your cushioning on the deck so you can mimic road surface running. We don’t see this model drop much below it’s current price. However, NordicTrack is offering 36 month financing right now. Hope this helps


  8. Barbara Chamberlin

    I started being interested in the 2450 but it seems that the 1750 has the same qualities. What is the difference?




    I am seriously considering purchasing the 1750 and have 2 questions which are isted below:

    1. Does the machine have an emergency feature to suddenly stop the machine if the user is not well?

    2. Do you have anyone who can bring the machine into my home and assemble it during Covid19?

    Thank you in davance for your information,


  10. Trista

    In 2009 I purchased a True treadmill (TM)($4500). I loved it! But eventually I moved and didn’t have room for it. As I was in the market for a new TM I looked into another True, then went to a Peloton store to try their Tread and Tread+. Ultimately, I decided on the NordicTrack 1750. Why? Because it had everything I needed, at a price I could live with ($3k all in) AND the warranty. See, Peloton is a nice TM… BUT it’s a newer line and the Tread (which I would’ve purchased) is on its first generation. That is a huge risk IMO and then to have it only come with 12mos warranty? Something just didn’t sit right in my gut. NordicTrack has been around for decades and has recently gotten significantly better with quality, services, and tech. My gut said this was the way to go. I’m a half-marathoner so the 1750 was the best way for me to go. If you’re not a runner or only run occasionally, you could go with a less expensive model.

    Helpful tip: USE THE CHAT FEATURE on their website and ask about specials and discounts. They’ll send you a quote link (shopping cart) and it makes the process even that much easier!


  11. Joe

    Does it have charging capabilities for devices, like a USB port? And for the Bluetooth can you use the screen to display what is on a phone or tablet?


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