NordicTrack A2350 Pro Treadmill Reviews & Ratings
Web Price: $1,099 | Sale Price: $799
Low power treadmill known for its durability. If you’re not a serious runner and are looking for an affordable machine, this treadmill is a worthy option.
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“The A series from NordicTrack is on its way out and should be discontinued soon. A couple of models have already gone, but the A2350 Pro and the A2550 Pro having been such great deals in the past are sticking around for a little longer. These are still good cheap treadmills, but if you are looking for something more current, you should take a look at the NordicTrack T5.5 or the NordicTrack T5.7. These two treadmills are great alternatives and have similar specs, plus a few more features including a nice cushioning system for the deck.” –TreadmillReviews.com
“The NordicTrack A2350 Pro treadmill is one of their most popular budget models. For the price it offers some decent features, and is one of the better values at this price range. However, it has limitations. I often get negative reviews from individuals who buy budget models and expect too much for their money.” –Fred Waters of Treadmill-Ratings-Reviews.com
“A beautiful design. With a few parts upgraded, this one would make more sense. If you can find it on sale, then you have something to talk about. Still, I would only use this one for walking.” –Treadmill Doctor
“The NordicTrack A2350 treadmill is built for fitness enthusiasts who want the comfort of an ample treadbelt with the advanced features of a sports gym machine.” –Livestrong.com
Here are some reviews from users that bought the NordicTrack A2350 from Sears. Read more here.
“I bought this treadmill about three years ago. I did have one problem with the incline motor. The incline was stuck at a high position and would not come down. This happened about four months after I purchased it.”
“I’ve been very happy with this Treadmill for about 1.5 years. A week or so back, I (like another customer on this site) now have a large crack down the middle of the baseboard. It looks like the part itself will cost over $100.00 an I don’t think I’m willing to try to repair it myself.”
These reviews are taken from the NordicTrack official site. Read more here.
“This treadmill is everything I could of asked for. It does more than I could imagine. Even though we have only had it for about a week now. It is quite, the speakers are great with my IPod. The transition between incline and speed with the one button is great.”
“I have to admit i was a little worried about buying this treadmill. It has some many great features for a treadmill under $799 – a long deck, big motor, 325 lb weight capacity and ifit live that I thought there is now way this treadmill is built good. But I bought an extended warranty just in case but after a month I simply cannot beleive how sturdy and durable this treadmill is. I run on it almost everyday and being the 5th treadmill I have owned it ranks up there as one of my favorite.”
“The A2350 meets all of my expectations for reliability and support services and the programs fitall of my exercise needs now and in the future as my fitness improves.”
The NordicTrack A2350 Pro is actually a pretty good treadmill for it’s time. You are much better off going with a NordicTrack T series treadmill but for the price, it’s hard to say this treadmill isn’t worth the money. If you are only going to use this treadmill occasionally, it’s a fine choice. I would recommend going with a new treadmill because you really get what you pay for. But people have been impressed with it so it ought to make the ‘considering’ list.
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