NordicTrack Commercial 2450 Treadmill Review
treadmill Doctor Note :
When you compare this with other treadmills in the $2000 range there's a very good chance you will pick this NordicTrack.
Great components in key areas combined with too many features to point out. Good value for the money.
Good quality machine at a relatively affordable price. The high quality parts and nifty features helped this treadmill to win our Best Buy award for treadmills in the $1,500-$1,999 range. You won't find a better model without reaching further into your pocket.
The motor in this machine is great. It provides a lot of power. In fact, many of the treadmills selling for $4,000 are using essentially the same motor. This is a big factor in making this machine such a great value.
The Runner's Flex cushioning system is really nice. It should provide significant impact relief, which is something your joints are sure to appreciate. It's rare, although not unheard of, to find similar shock absorption capabilities in other sub-$3,000 treadmills.
We project that this treadmill will be reliable. You can find a few models at this price, and even below, that may last a bit longer, but for the most part, it should hold its own. There are also several companies that are willing to charge you much more for a treadmill that will handle the stress of daily exercise as well as we expect this one will.
The noise level is truly something to appreciate with this machine. You can't find many that are less noisy during use than this one, and the ones that are usually cost several thousand dollars. If you plan on watching TV while using your treadmill, or using it in a common area, this treadmill will provide a quiet operation that you will appreciate.
The warranty is excellent on this model. The frame, motor, and deck are covered for life; parts are covered for 5 years; and labor is covered for 2 years. With a warranty like this you can purchase a treadmill with peace of mind, knowing the manufacturer truly believes in their product.