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Proform City T7 Treadmill Review

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How long will the Proform City T7 last?

The Proform City T7 has a few features that are found on higher end models but comes in at a price point that's much more affordable for most users. It also happens to be one of the lightest unit available in this price range, weighing just 125 pounds so you can easily move it about your abode. The warranty for parts and labor is a standard in today’s market and in this price range, you typically get what you pay for but with excellent maintenance and a little World-Famous Lube you might could get a few quality years out of this machine.

Brief Overview

Let's face it. There are many different levels of quality when it comes to treadmills on the market these days. There are the lower-end models for those who just want to get on and go. There are mid-level treadmills for those looking for a bit more of a performance trainer. And then there are high-end models that have all the bells and whistles you could ever imagine, along with an equally high price tag to match. The Proform City T7 falls into the first category.

Overall Quality

The Proform City T7 offers a very narrow belt size of 16’x50’ so if you get claustrophobic you might want to look at an upgrade to a larger machine. It does offer almost everything you could imagine when it comes to a treadmill. It has a 7-inch touchscreen display, a somewhat powerful motor, and a cushioned deck along with some additional features that will help ensure your workout goes just right. The City T7 is designed to offer a simple storage solution with its foldability and the option for iFit once again opens the opportunity to see the world scaled down to your screen size of 7”. The purchase of this machine actually includes a 1-year membership, but we suggest you try out the simpler programs first as IFit can be relatively expensive to keep up on a yearly basis. The City T7 offers a max capacity of 300 lbs. but due to the understated build of this machine we suggest not pushing it to its limits. Then again, the City T7 has both EKG and Polar Telemetry capabilities to measure your heart rate which is not standard at this price point.

Things we like

  • 300 lb. weight capacity
  • EKG and Bluetooth Heart Rate transmitter
  • 1-year iFit membership

Things we dislike

  • X
    narrow running surface
  • X
    lightweight for its class


Motor 2 CHP
Maximum Speed 10 mph
Maximum Incline 0.1 %
Frame Design Folding
Console Display Type Touch Screen
Elevation Mechanism Electronic
Shock Absorption Airstride Plus
Running Surface Length 50 in.
Running Surface Width 16 in.
Connects to a Smart Device Yes
Number of Preset Programs 50
Maximum Weight Capacity 299.83 lbs (136 kg)
Weight 119.05 lbs
Dimensions 29.92"W x 64.96"H x 55.91"D (76 W x 165 H x 142 D cm)
Folded Dimensions 29.92"W x 61.02"H x 31.1"D (76 W x 155 H x 79 D cm)
Recommended Floor Space 90 W x 150 L cm
Recommended Floor Space 35.43"W x 59.06"L
Weight 54 kg


Parts warranty: 1 year, labour warranty: 1 year; frame warranty: 10 years; motor warranty: 1 year; deck warranty: 1 year


The Proform City T7 joined the Treadmill Doctor Reviews in 2020. We invite you to see our other treadmill reviews to help you narrow your search for your next fitness machine.


The Proform City T7 is not breaking any new barriers with this machine but it is one of the better treadmills in its price range. As with all treadmills, there are features that you like and features that you do not but the City T7 seems to have more likeable features than its comparable counterparts. It is important to realize that if you are a tall, heavy, and wide sprinter you might want to peruse other machine offerings.