With summer and, inevitably, sweltering weather on the horizon, many of us will opt to escape the heat in favor of running on a treadmill in the comfort of air conditioning. Your home gym might need a facelift, and now’s the perfect time to invest in a treadmill — because the NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Series + 30-Day iFit Membership is 20% off right now.
Our team of editors tested and evaluated a range of machines, among other research tactics, in order to choose the best treadmills for runners. NordicTrack’s Commercial 1750 Series ranked at the top as Best Overall. It features a 10-inch Smart HD Touchscreen, maximum speed of 12 mph, maximum incline of 15%, maximum decline of 3%, 3.5 continuous horsepower (CHP), and a 300-pound user capacity.
Commercial 1750 Series Treadmill
$1,599.00 (20% off)
The treadmill features iFit functionality, which allows you to stream live workouts hosted by trainers—and you get 30 days of iFit free with the Amazon deal. You can also access studio workouts, and the program's elite trainers can use the Automatic Trainer Control to adjust your speed, incline, and decline. iFit lets you see how you rank against other runners in the community, and you can text trainers in real time to get your questions answered.
It’s worth noting that NordicTrack updated the Commercial 1750 in 2022, and the latest iteration looks quite different from the previous version. However, that doesn’t mean this version is somehow subpar. In fact, as our Runner-in-Chief Jeff Dengate puts it, “When it comes to bang for your buck, the 1750 has always been one of the best treadmills.”
The NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Series + 30-Day iFit Membership is typically available on Amazon for $1,999, however, for a limited time, you can snag it for $1,599, 20% off the original price. There’s a reason this treadmill continues to top best-of lists (and not just ours), so this is a deal you won’t want to miss.
Caitlyn FitzpatrickSenior EditorAs the senior editor of social and social news, Caitlyn covers the tastiest, coolest, and strangest products for BestProducts.com, and she is the lead of social strategy for Popular Mechanics, Runner's World, and Bicycling Magazine; her work has also appeared in POPSUGAR, InStyle, Stylecaster, among others.
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