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New Freemotion Treadmill Reviews

Freemotion 530

Though we would not recommend a serious runner buying a treadmill for less than $1,500, there is ...

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Freemotion 850

The 850 model is an introduction to Freemotion’s better treadmills. With the higher price tag com...

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Freemotion 860

Freemotion is pretty consistent when it comes to producing average machines. While they do have b...

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Freemotion 890

The 890 is a prime example of a good quality treadmill with valuable features at a decent price. ...

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Older Freemotion Reviews

Reviewed in 2016

Freemotion 1500 GS

*Note: This version of the Freemotion treadmill is MASSIVELY overpriced It is like the guy that w...

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Freemotion 2500 GS

*Note: Freemotion is trying to launch models with crazy MSRPs so they can be sold at a discount. ...

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Freemotion 775 Interactive

Great option if you can get it on sale for $1,499. Beautiful display and abundant features.

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Freemotion 790 Interactive

One of the biggest motors you will ever see in a $2,000 treadmill. High quality parts in all the...

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Freemotion 800

*Note: For those who are the casual exerciser, this is the bell cow of the Freemotion lineup. Pac...

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Freemotion Incline Trainer i11.9

Really high MSRP has no relation to what these sell for. We have found them online for much less.

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Freemotion Reflex T11.8

Massively overpriced treadmill. The Reflex Deck will either make you love it or hate it. Some sw...

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Freemotion Reflex T7.7

Nice treadmill but heavy on the price. The Reflex Deck is really a love or hate proposition. If ...

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Freemotion t6.2

This is an excellent option in the Freemotion lineup. Big belt and HUGE motor combine for a good ...

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Freemotion t6.4

Arguably the best value of the Freemotion line. One of the best industrial designs that we have e...

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Freemotion t6.9

Icon is always coming out with the best features. Adjustable height console is another incredibly...

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Reviewed in 2014

Freemotion 730

With the much shorter warranty and some component downgrades, we would go with the 790 Interactiv...

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Freemotion 760

*Note: Nice treadmill and not a bad option for $1299. It is hard to find something much better th...

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Freemotion Incline Trainer i5.3

One of the best deals in the Incline Trainer world. With that said, some serious corners were cut...

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Freemotion t6.0

*Note: There are other options in the Icon stable that are better choices for $2300. When you get...

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Reviewed in 2013

Freemotion 750 Interactive

A great choice at the $1300 price point- where we regularly see it on sale.

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Freemotion 795 Interactive

One of the most impressive $2000 machines we have ever seen. Packed with features and high quali...

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Freemotion t7.4

*Note: Great components and high quality construction. The addition of the reflex deck is well w...

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Reviewed in 2012

Freemotion 3000 XLS

*Note: One of the heaviest frames you can find on a treadmill. Great for runners who want a stab...

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Freemotion 3500 XLS

*Note: Spending $3000 on an Icon treadmill simply doesn't make a whole bunch of sense. We woul...

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Freemotion 750

A great choice at the $1300 price point- where we regularly see it on sale.

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Freemotion Incline Trainer i7.7

A full commercial drive system packaged with the rear drive makes it exceptional. The high incli...

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Freemotion Light Commercial t7.5

*Note:A beefy looking machine with the size to be a full treadmill in addition to being an unique...

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Freemotion SmartRun 2.0

*Note: Beautiful touch screen but you have to ask yourself 'how did they put such a screen into a...

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Freemotion t5.2

If you want FreeMotion, buy a real FreeMotion. They start at around $3800. In all fairness, the ...

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Freemotion t5.6

At least they are upgrading the units a bit. With the shakeout at retail, I wouldn't be surprise...

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Freemotion t5.8

A really neat looking design and I personally love the Reflex Deck on this one. Some people comp...

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Freemotion TT30 Incline Trainer

*Note: The spitting image of the NordicTrack X5i. Essentially a clone of the Nordictrack sold ...

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Freemotion XTr 90

*Note: Was a great value at $799 but has really lost its luster at the $1299 price point. Cost...

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Freemotion XTr

*Note: An absolutely beautiful machine that works as great as it looks! If you just want a tre...

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Reviewed in 2011

Freemotion 770 Interactive

*Note: A beautiful treadmill. The iFit Live feature is equally stunning. If Icon would get its...

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Freemotion Incline Trainer Pro

*Note: An upgraded model from the standard incline trainer. Unless you are going to climb Pike's...

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Freemotion Incline Trainer

*Note: 40% incline means that you must really like walking up hills if you go for this machine. ...

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Freemotion Light Commercial t7 5

*Note: A beefy looking machine with the size to be a full treadmill in addition to being an uniqu...

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Freemotion t5 8

A really neat looking design and I personally love the Reflex Deck on this one. Some people comp...

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Who Manufacturers Freemotion Treadmills?

General Information:Freemotion was acquired by Icon around the turn of the century and at that time was, unfortunately, named Ground Zero Fitness. Needless to say, the name had to be changed so they changed it to Freemotion, which was the name their strength product at the time. It was a successful changeover and many clubs swear by, not at, their Freemotion units. For the home, the quality is on par with NordicTrack which is good but you also get the infamous Icon service.

Manufacturing Philosophy:Freemotion is produced by Icon, a company with thousands of employees and large resources. Put simply, their machines have the best design in the business. Icon has a long, storied history that provides an example of how the big keep getting bigger. Icon used to be the mass-market darling because of their cheap prices but they used to have quality to match. These days they put quality into the machines and pack them with features. We can no longer say Icon has the worst customer service in the business after experiencing the cheap treadmills sold on Amazon. We rate the machines by the individual machine quality, not the quality of their service.

Company Outlook : Icon is the largest fitness equipment producer in the world with over $1 billion in sales. If the fitness industry were a solar system, Icon is so powerful that they would be the Sun. In terms of stability they are the best, but overall their customer service isn�t up to the standards of any of the lower volume producers. Although you get a value price for the product, you also get value service so keep this in mind when buying their machines- apparently they price their machines so low in comparison to other companies that they don�t have money left for service. Due to the sheer number of units they produce, we pick up support in many cases where this factory leaves off.