NordicTrack C 1750 Treadmill Review
treadmill Doctor Note :
The Sears version of the Commercial 1750. One of the best values for your money at $1500.
The NordicTrack C 1750 is a solid, quality treadmill sold through Sears. It's basically a copy of the Commercial 1750 that doesn't lose any of the virtues that makes it worth buying. It costs $1,799, and it's well worth the price.
The walking area is a good size. The belt measures in a 20" x 60". This is exactly where you want it to be, and it has become the standard belt size for treadmills. It should provide enough room to let most users run without affecting their stride.
The motor in this machine is impressive considering the price. It has similar power producing capabilities as many of the models that cost $2,000 or more. Speeds of up to 12 mph are attainable with this treadmill, so even experienced runners shouldn't have a problem challenging themselves.
The cushioning system is also very good. QuadFlex Plus Cushioning is used to reduce the impact that running has on your joints and back. It's not easy to find a more forgiving running surface than this one has at any price.
The projected reliability is fantastic. You're not going to find a model in this price range that has a longer life expectancy than this one. The quality of parts used is very good. It's not common to see such high quality parts used in a machine that costs so little.
The noise level is about where you'd expect. It not an exceptionally quiet treadmill, but it shouldn't bother the average user.
The warranty on the NordicTrack C 1750 is good. Labor is covered for 2 years; parts and electronics are covered for 5 years; and the deck, motor, and frame are covered for life. This is the kind of coverage you look for. A warranty like this shows that NordicTrack has faith in this model's ability to last.