Wondering about the Nordictrack C990 treadmill?
Want to see how it works and what you get?
The Nordictrack C990 is a popular starter model that has been around for a few years now (with updates every year or two).
The fact that Nordictrack continues to keep it around year after year is a testament to its popularity.
It gives you some great basics – with a few frills included, all for an excellent price that won’t break the bank.
You can read the full review of the Nordictrack C990 here. But I know sometimes that reading about something isn’t enough – you want to see it in action.
With that in mind, here’s a quick video showing you how the Nordictrack 990 treadmill works and what you get.
You get a great view of the console and can also see how iFit and Googlemaps work to take you running all over the world in various scenery.
You can learn more about the Nordictrack C990 Treadmill direct from the Manufacture here. Or just scroll down for some of the top benefits of this treadmill.
Main Benefits of the Nordictrack C990 Treadmill:
The C990 gets high marks for strong construction. It comes with a tough 3.0 HP continuous-duty motor that’s great for powering you through both running and walking workouts.
The motor is kept cool while you run with dual fans that cool internal components while causing less noise and vibration for a smoother, quieter workout.
It’s also made using large 2.5 inch rollers. Larger rollers help reduce friction between the deck and the belt, also helping to lenghthen the lifespan of your treadmill.
Full Color Console with Web Browser
Go online with the swipe of your finger and surf the net from your treadmill console. You can catch up with Facebook friends or watch YouTube videos all from the comfort of your console!
Folding with Shock Assist
The Nordictrack 990 treadmill also folds up easily and locks into place to save you space. It comes with a shock-assist mechanism that makes it a lot easier to fold up – and saves the stress on your back!
Want to learn more about the Nordictrack C990 treadmill?