NordicTrack T7.0 Treadmill Reviews & Ratings
Web Price: $1,299 | Sale Price: $899
This is a standard treadmill that does well at implementing some neat features while still maintaing an affordable price tag. It’s not of super high quality, but it’s a definite step in the right direction from it’s predecessors, the T5.5 and T5.7.
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Here’s what the experts are saying about the NordicTrack T7.0.
“The NordicTrack T 7.0 treadmill is a useful, affordable option for people at all fitness levels. Its combination of 24 built-in programs and an incline/decline keeps exercise varied and challenging. It’s a bit disappointing that iFit Live isn’t included – but if you don’t want to pay extra for that, you can still be happily distracted by your iPod. All in all, the T7.0 is a recommended buy.” -TreadmillReviews.net
“Another so-so treadmill from NordicTrack. If you pony up extra for the C 900 or if you can step up to the Commercial 1500, you really won’t regret it.” -Treadmill Doctor
“The T7.0 is a great improvement over the T5.5 and T5.7, improving upon their motor and deck cushioning. If you’re looking for a quality treadmill with good specs at an affordable price then this is the treadmill for you. You could spend more for the T8.0, but we don’t recommend it as the price is not worth the spec difference. If you wanted something more than the T7.0 then look into the commercial 1750. It’s similarly priced and offers a lot more.” -TreadmillReviews.com
“I’m not sure why Nordictrack put this back in the line-up. It isn’t a terrible treadmill, but unless they put it on a serious sale, it doesn’t have much appeal while it’s sitting next to the C900.” -NordicTrackReviews.com
Here are some user reviews taken from NordicTrack’s official website. You can read more reviews of the T7.0 there.
“I am so glad we went with this model. Some of the more expensive units were to bouncy. This unit has great cushioning feel. iFit Live is a definite must.”
“Got this Treadmill a week ago. Set up was a little difficult just because of the weight of the pieces but im glad there heavy and sturdy would reccomend two people for set up. have done a couple runs on it and everything is great fan works great. a little noisy but no problem while running.. mp3 port works great nice speakers. there are a variety of work out’s on the machine. overall the machine is not very noisy and it seems just as loud as commercial machines at the gym, love having a machine at home i can jump on everynight and gets some cardio in.”
“Needed to upgrade my old treadmill. I hemmed and hawed between the T7.0 and the C900. Not wanting to finacially over extend myself not knowing whether or not it would end up a coat rack, I purchased the T7.0. I been pounding that track for near 3 months now, none stop since purchasing it. Great treadmill, full of surprises that I have yet to enjoy(working my way up slowly).”
The NordicTrack T7.0 is misunderstood. This is a great treadmill for the price. Not everyone has a whole lot of room in their house for a big treadmill. This is small, lightweight, and does the job. Obviously if you want to pay more you should go with a higher end treadmill, but why pay more when you can get a great treadmill for under 1000 dollars? I’m not a fan of the C900 and that seems to be the popular rival to this treadmill. So I’m bias, but to me, this is a great option worth considering. If you want more, look at the NordicTrack Commercial 2150.
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