Looking for a good runners treadmill? Want to see some of the premium options on the market?
If so, you may be interested to know that Nordictrack UK is upgrading their Commercial series treadmills for 2018.
The Commercial 1750, 2450 and 2950 models have all been upgraded from the older 2016 models.
We have updated our reviews accordingly – you can read full reviews of each of these treadmills below (or just keep reading for a basic recap on what you get with each treadmill):
So what’s changed? Well here’s a rundown of the key differences on each treadmill – and what sets each treadmill apart:
This is the most impressive upgrade so far. The older model had a 10-inch full-color console.
The new model brings in a massive 22-inch, full-color, HD console. It’s like having a massive TV screen in your treadmill:
This really makes the iFit workouts come alive and adds more of a rich virtual reality experience when running the iFit trails all over the world.
Nordictrack has also taken out the ability to move the console up and down vertically (which I’m guessing people didn’t really care too much about).
However you can adjust the new 22-inch console to your desired viewing angle now. So really the vertical adjustment on the old model just wasn’t necessary.
The larger 22 inch console is also web-enabled so you can go online from your treadmill console and surf the net, read emails or catch up with Facebook friends as you run.
This alone is a game-changer and will definitely increase your workout enjoyment!
There isn’t as much change on this treadmill as on the 2950. It still has the 10 inch web-enabled, full-color touch screen console with tablet holder above the console.
But they have revamped the console to be a bit sleeker and user-friendly – as you can see when you compare the two consoles above and below.
You still get the adjustable cushioning option, incline and decline, cooling fans and iFit compatibility on the new treadmill model – which runners will love. Again not as much has changed here – it’s just in a nicer package.
Again, not as much has changed on the Nordictrack 1750 as on the 2950 model. However they have revamped the console a bit to make it more ergonomic.
The tablet holder now holds your tablet more upright (it is still adjustable) instead of angled. This is probably easier on the neck when you watch it.
The web-enabled console is still there however it’s also a bit sleeker than the 2016 model. You still get all the perks that made the 1750 treadmill so popular – adjustable cushioning, incline and decline, extra large belt etc.
So again, not much has changed – it’s just a sleeker look overall.
So that’s a recap of the upgraded for the Commercial treadmill series. The biggest is of course the massive new console on the 2950 Treadmill.
To say it’s impressive is an understatement. This will certainly set the bar high for home treadmills in the coming years.
Regardless, if you’re looking for a premium runners treadmill, these are all good options – at 3 different price points to suit various budgets.
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