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ProForm Carbon T7 Treadmill Review

Brand: ProForm
Expert Rating: 3.5 stars

The ProForm Carbon T7 is ON SALE!


Personal Trainers at Home – For a Budget Price!


With the Carbon T7 from ProForm, we are seeing not only a new treadmill model, but a whole new way to go about purchasing your new in-home fitness equipment.

We have certainly seen how interactive technology has changed people’s views of at-home fitness. It is no longer something you have to be “alone” to do. ProForm’s iFit technology gives you access to world-class trainers, the ability to run trails all over the world and utilize an extensive video library of various workout types and difficulties.

The innovative technology that ProForm offers through iFit allows you to experience the luxury of a personal trainer, right in the comfort of your own home. Best of all, this treadmill comes at an affordable price point of LESS than $1,000. 

  The ProForm Carbon T7 is on sale for $999, or pay just $26/month with 0% financing for up to 39 months. 1-year iFit membership included and FREE shipping! 

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ProForm Carbon T7 Treadmill Features

2.6 CHP MachZ Motor —  If you are looking to do anything from walking to light running, you won’t have any issues with the Carbon T7. For serious runners who like to put in a lot of miles on the daily, this may not be the treadmill for you. There are more powerful treadmills out there to handle that kind of use, but the price tag will certainly reflect that.

0-10 MPH SpeedThis is exactly what we expect to see on a mid-level treadmill. You’ll be able to do HIIT and sprint workouts to your heart’s content. A

0-10% Incline —  The Carbon T7 offers a 10% incline which means there are definitely some hill workouts in your future. This is a great feature to have with this machine.  Your iFit membership will be taking you on those ups and downs through amazing scenery around the globe during your virtual workouts.

20” x 55” Tread BeltThe size of the tread belt on the Carbon T7 is a little more compact than we are seeing on other models, but should still do the trick for most users. This is really only going to be an issue for taller users or those with a longer stride.

Folding CapacityOn the flip side, this is where being compact is a plus. The Carbon T7 folds for easy storage and its compact size makes it easier to stash away. This is a huge bonus if you reside in a shared living space or a smaller home. folding

Being able to fold up and put away the Carbon T7 is also great for anyone with children at home. This keeps them from potentially hurting themselves playing with a machine that has to be left out.

7″ Smart HD Touchscreen Obviously the Carbon T7 is going to feature an HD Touchscreen considering it’s made to be used with iFit. While 7” isn’t the largest screen out there, it will still allow you really experience all that iFit has to offer. 

It’s also worth noting that larger HD screens are a factor that really drives up the price of a machine. If you’re wanting a giant HD Touchscreen, you’re going to pay a pretty penny for it.

ISO Flex Cushioning — The ProShox Cushioning system is one that we are familiar with from other ProForm machines. This system relieves stress and impact on your joints when your foot strikes the deck. This means that you will feel more comfortable when you exercise, allowing you to work out longer.

Warranty — ProForm offers a 10-year frame, 2-year parts and 1-year labor warranty on the Carbon T7. 

iFitNow that we’ve covered the treadmill itself, we’ll take a closer look at the technology you’re getting… 

Streaming Global and Studio Classes —Choose a new locale for each and every one of your classes. You can run trails and street routes in countries around the globe, or join a studio class for a more personal feel. Both of these options are led by iFit’s world-renowned trainers that will push you to be your best self every day.

Interactive Training Sessions — You may be wondering what exactly is interactive about watching some else on a screen. The interaction is between you, the trainer and your machine. When you join an interactive session, all you have to do is focus on reaching your goals. The machine will automatically change its speed and incline based on what the trainer is doing, without you having to lift a finger.

Fitness Tracking— iFit automatically records the results from each of your sessions and monitors your progress. On top of that, iFit will recommend workouts that get more difficult as your ability grows. This keeps you from plateauing and ensures that you continue pushing yourself and seeing personal progress.

Video Library — You don’t have to be in a live session to take advantage of iFit. There is an extensive video library of workouts you can do on and off your treadmill to get a wide variety of workout routines.

Check out our Comparison Chart of all ProForm Treadmill models here.

Our Review — ProForm Carbon T7


One of the most impressive things about choosing a treadmill from the brands ProForm or NordicTrack, is their technology features. iFit is a great way to keep your workout routine fresh and exciting – all while maintaining your health through cardiovascular exercise.

Most of the time when we see a machine with features like this, we expect a high price tag to match, but this is not the case with the Carbon T7. You get a decent motor, 7″ HD Touchscreen, 0-10 MPH Speed, 0-10% Incline, and folding capabilities, all for right at less than $1,000. This is a great deal for an at-home treadmill!

*Note: At the time of this review, the Carbon T7 comes with 1-Year iFit membership included in the price (a $468 value!)

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27 thoughts on “ProForm Carbon T7”

  1. Gary Pearson

    What if i don’t want the IFit after 3 years? Is it easy to cancel and can I assume the treadmill is usable in the manual mode.


  2. Lucas Brown

    The size of the machine is one of the plus points along with the large display. MediaTek lends it power to the machine with which there are no lingering doubts over the performance aspect of the machine. This is a good option of a treadmill for anyone in a budget looking for a reliable treadmill that allows for immersive interactive training.


    1. Site Admin Post author

      Hi Kristin, the ProForm Carbon T7 has a 2.75 CHP motor which is decent – but for the amount of running you’re describing I wouldn’t recommend it. If you’re looking to stay within the same price range I would suggest the SMART Pro 2000 from ProForm. Here’s our full review:
      It has a 3.5 CHP motor which will hold up much better for long-term running use. I hope this helps!


      1. Jose Silguero

        I’m about 310 lbs. looking into getting a treadmill to help lose weight. Looking to do Mainly walking some jogging. Would this be a good one for me?


  3. Janet Forester

    If you get IFit free for one year do you have to buy 2 more membership years and what would the cost be?


  4. Mark

    Looking at purchasing the carbon T7. I am 6’2 280. I will use it just for walking usually between 4.0-4.6. I am looking for something that will last. Will this work for me. Also do you have to sign up for if it for 3 years. I usually do my own program


        1. Beth

          I’m 5’-1” and 135 lbs. I was looking at the Sole f63 or the Proform Carbon T7. I need something I can walk and run on 5 miles a day that is very flat, no incline and has very good cushion because I have sore hips and knees. Can you please recommend what would be best for $1000.00? Thank you very much


          1. Site Admin Post author

            Hi Beth! I would recommend the Sole F63 out of these two because Sole has the better warranty – to keep up with your mileage 🙂 Hope this helps!!

  5. Pam

    I am 61 years old and 5 ft. 7 in. and 137 lbs. I want to use this treadmill just for walking. I will probably be walking 5+ miles per day. Would this be the right treadmill for me? Thank you very much.


  6. Jamie

    I want to be able to do 30 minutes of HIIT a day on a treadmill on my own/manually. I’m 5’7 150 pounds. Will this work for that?


    1. Site Admin Post author

      Hi Jamie – this treadmill should work for you if you’re not doing prolonged periods of running on it. It has a smaller motor, so if you’re putting in a ton of mileage I would suggest upgrading for a model with a bigger motor.


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