Somehow, we found a way to improve the award-winning Commercial 1750 treadmill. It still has the integrated tablet Powered by Android(TM) and built-in speakers for workout-inspiring sound. We kept the 1-Touch(TM) speed, incline and decline controls. It's got the same 3.50 CHP commercial motor for quiet, smooth treadmill training. What's new? Runners Flex(TM) adjustable cushioning, our most innovative deck cushioning, an integrated iPad(R) holder, and awe-inspiring HD video workouts.
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Product Title: NordicTrack - Commercial 1750
Power Score: 1.0 | 2 Reviews
Tread Belt Length: 60 in
Continuous Horsepower: 3.5 HP
Treadmill Type: Electronic
Tread Belt Width: 20 in
Maximum Incline: 15 %
Maximum Speed: 12 MPH
Features: Built-in Fan, Programmable, Incline, Fold-up, Cushion Deck/Shock Absorption
Weight Limit: 375 lbs
Height: 73.38 in
Width: 36.63 in
Depth: 80.6 in
Warranty Information: 2 year(s)
URL: Manufacturer Link
Display Panel: Pulse Monitor, Time Elapsed, Speed, Chest Strap Sensor, Distance Traveled, Calories Burned
Product Reviews (2)
This has been probably one of the worst treadmills that I have ever owned, for the mere fact that the speed is inaccurate. Some days I can barely run 6 miles around 7.5 mph and other days I have to turn it up to almost 9 mph and I feel like I’m running at the same speed. I thought I was going nuts, so I took my bike which has a speedometer and found out that it can be anywhere from .5 mph to...
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This has been probably one of the worst treadmills that I have ever owned, for the mere fact that the speed is inaccurate. Some days I can barely run 6 miles around 7.5 mph and other days I have to turn it up to almost 9 mph and I feel like I’m running at the same speed. I thought I was going nuts, so I took my bike which has a speedometer and found out that it can be anywhere from .5 mph to over 1 mph off. Also, because the distance is based off of the speed you don’t know how far you actually run when the speed is off. I’ve had almost ever electrical art replaced in it twice and it still does the same thing. This Treadmill does has a lot of cool things on it, but if the speed and distance is not accurate none of it matters. They should have based the speed off of the rotation of the belt than whatever they are doing now
Basically I’m going to have to deal with it for a few years and hope it breaks so I can get a different one from a different company.
By email@example.com_5110787 - Nov 5, 2013
Key To Getting A Refund From NordicTrack Is Persistence
Strengths: It's only strength that we experienced is that it's made of steel.
Weakness: Doesn't work.
If you are being screwed by NordicTrack or their parent company Icon Industries because of faulty equipment I advise you to call your credit card company, start a dispute and get a full refund before the warranty runs out. DO NOT! buy an extended warranty from them, it will just hamper the refund process. It will be a long process but dont give up, thats what they want, tell them that the machine...
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If you are being screwed by NordicTrack or their parent company Icon Industries because of faulty equipment I advise you to call your credit card company, start a dispute and get a full refund before the warranty runs out. DO NOT! buy an extended warranty from them, it will just hamper the refund process. It will be a long process but dont give up, thats what they want, tell them that the machine is defective and you want a full refund including the delivery. I just got my refund and it took 13 months from the day I first ordered it.We purchased a NordicTrack 1750 on 3/7/12 with the Platinum Delivery. The whole thing was a nightmare that would haunt us for over a year and heres how it went down. The first delivery came on a truck and they wanted to deliver the machine curbside which I refused since we had purchased the platinum delivery. After many calls to NordicTrack someone finally admitted that the unit had been lost in transit and they were going to ship another one. My credit card company then calls us and said that NordicTrack was trying to charge my card for a second unit and advised me to cancel it and they would send me a new one. Then after many calls to NordicTrack they finally shipped the unit.The unit was delivered by a guy and his son, in a beat-up old van, the guy was around 6 and couldnt have weighed more than 150 lbs. and his kid was maybe 120 lbs. Keep in mind that the unit weighs around 350 lbs. The unit was still in its box as it was being delivered to my basement. The kid was on the downside of the stairs, the father was going to lower it down slowly and the kid was going to hold it from sliding down the stairs. Well, the father let it go and the whole thing slid down the stairs nearly crushing the kid.They removed it from the box and put it together. I could plainly see that they were not even familiar with how to assemble it. After assembly they turned it on and said it works. They were in a hurry and wanted me to sign off on it without showing us how to use it. When I asked them how it works the father picked up the instructions and started to read the directions, a clear sign that he didnt know how it works, so I told him we would figure it out and let them go. Obviously, they were not representatives from the company, they were basically just hired to deliver it.The unit failed after about 20 miles of use. So, I called NordicTrack and they set up an appointment which was 2 weeks out. The parts were received via UPS and the repair guy and his wife showed up about 1 weeks later to change the console and wiring harness, tried it out and left. After another 20 miles or so of use, the video would not run when the belt was moving and vice versa. So again, we called for repair and their answer was that our Wi-Fi was not connecting with the unit. After much trial and error we determined that was not the case.Every time my wife called they would ask her to try this or that, until finally fed up, I told them the unit is not working and I want them to come pick it up and give me a full refund. The woman said that they would make arrangements and that was the last I heard of them for a few months.Since they were not contacting me, I called my credit card company and started a dispute, keep in mind that this is now early September. I kept calling and they finally said that they will send a box and when it arrives I should call JB Hunt to come get it. Well the box came on 11/28/12 and I immediately called for pickup. The unit was finally picked up on 12/28/12. BTW, the box did not fit so I took photos before they disassembled it and got the driver to sign off. We were told that my card would be credited the full refund in 4-6 weeks so again we waited. I called in mid-February to ask wheres my refund and NordicTrack told me that they havent received the treadmill back yet. After a few calls I tracked it down and it was sitting in a warehouse about 40 miles north of here. I then started calling weekly until the unit was shipped back to Icon in Utah. Which was a few weeks later, it was finally delivered to them sometime early March. I called them and asked when will I receive my refund and they said that it will take 7-10 days. Again, I waited and the refund never was applied to my credit card. So, I then called and asked what was the holdup? They said that there was still a dispute filed with the credit card company and I would have to call the credit card company and they would have to fax NordicTrack a letter saying that the dispute was dropped and they could go ahead with the refund. I asked why didnt they email or call me about this her answer was I dont know. When I called the credit card company they said that NordicTrack should be calling the Merchant Services Dept. of the credit card company if there was any questions and not give me the runaround. I asked the credit card company to send me an email stating this, which they did and I forwarded this to NordicTrack asking for my money before I seek further action and I finally got my refund on 4/11/13 over 13 months from the initial order date.
By anonymous; - Apr 12, 2013