NordicTrack Commercial 1750: Your Companion for Tailored & Interactive Training Sessions

Advanced, Interactive, Robust, Customizable Treadmill

Let me tell you something about a contraption that would fit nicely into the space between your living room couch and the television. NordicTrack's Commercial 1750 – a sleek and upgraded beast that silently commands attention.

A 14″ touchscreen graces its front, like a cockpit of some high-end space shuttle, granting you command over your fitness world. It allows you to access a vast library of workout classes through iFit, an advanced fitness app. But the game-changer here is the pivoting screen – yes, you can swing it around for an off-treadmill yoga class. That's smart thinking.

And speaking of smart, there's a Google Maps feature that lets you create custom routes for your workouts. Imagine running down the streets of Rome, or pacing up the inclines of the Rocky Mountains without stepping out of your living room. It’s not quite teleportation, but it's a step closer.

The onboard workouts that come free with iFit have you covered even without a subscription, complete with trainer-led routines and preprogrammed sessions. You also get to adjust the speed and incline in manual mode, which requires no Wi-Fi. For someone who loves spontaneity, this can be a game changer.

Its streamlined console offers quick-touch buttons for adjusting speed and incline. Just press a number, and the treadmill adjusts. If I want to pick up the pace to 7 mph, it’s a button away. In an automated world, it's nice to have the power at your fingertips.

Moving on to its construction, it's sturdy and robust yet light enough to fold up when needed. Its frame is a feat of engineering with a composite construction that's solid and durable. The treadmill deck descends gently, courtesy of a hydraulic system, and the assist feature lightens the load when folding the deck up. Mobility shouldn't be a luxury, and this feature hits the nail right on the head.

The powerful 3.5 CHP motor is built for heavy training and multiple users, accommodating a weight limit of up to 300 lbs. Despite its power, it's remarkably quiet and adjusts rapidly. And while it inclines up to 12% instead of the previous model's 15%, you'll still get a solid workout. Plus, the -3% decline adds an element of challenge, mimicking the experience of downhill running.

The 1750 also sports a cushy 60-inch long running belt. It's a comfortable running space for most stride lengths, and the deck sits just 9 inches off the floor – perfect for ceiling clearance and easy mount and dismount. The cushioning is also noteworthy, offering a softer surface compared to running on concrete. It's a godsend for those with joint issues.

For home use, this beast is a dream. It's quiet, foldable, and substantial without hogging too much space. Plus, it's straightforward to use and handle. From distance runners to power walkers, this machine will serve you well.

So there you have it, a treadmill that isn’t just about burning calories, it's about an immersive, interactive, and customisable fitness experience. It's about taking control of your health, your way. So whether you're a seasoned runner or a casual stroller, take a spin on the Commercial 1750. Who knows? It might just make a runner out of you.


  1. Integrated 14” Touchscreen: This treadmill features a large, interactive screen that enhances user experience with high-quality display and functionality. It’s adjustable and allows you to access thousands of iFit classes.
  2. iFit Compatibility: With a subscription, you can access a variety of workout classes, including outdoor workouts and studio classes. The iFit feature is updated regularly, providing new content and maintaining user engagement.
  3. Custom Routes with Google Maps: This feature allows users to design their own routes, making their workouts more tailored and engaging.
  4. OnBoard Workouts: Even without an iFit subscription, you can still select from a range of onboard workouts, providing flexibility and freedom of choice.
  5. Sturdy Construction: The NordicTrack Commercial 1750 is stable and solid, designed to support heavy training and accommodate multiple users, making it a great option for a home gym.
  6. Foldable Design: Despite its sturdy structure, this treadmill is light enough to fold up, making it easy to store and move around, saving space when not in use.
  7. Incline/Decline Capabilities: The -3% decline and 12% incline provide a good range for varied workouts, mimicking the conditions of outdoor running, which is beneficial for those training for races.
  8. Cushioning: The treadmill provides excellent cushioning, offering a more comfortable run, and lessening the impact on joints. It's particularly beneficial for those with joint issues.


  1. Limited Incline: The maximum incline has been reduced from 15% to 12% compared to the previous model. For users who enjoy high incline workouts, this reduction could be a drawback.
  2. Width of Running Surface: The width of the running surface has been reduced from 22″ to 20″. While this might not be noticeable for many users, some might prefer a wider deck.
  3. Music Options: Although the treadmill offers a variety of pre-selected song lists, the music options have been noted as not being the best.
  4. Lack of Device Holder: There's no place to put your device for streaming content while using the treadmill. You're limited to the screen's content for entertainment.
  5. Limited Offline Usage: While manual mode doesn’t require a wifi connection, iFit and the onboard workouts do, which might limit its usage when internet connection is poor or unavailable.
  6. Weight Limit: The treadmill has a weight limit of 300 lbs. Those over this limit will need to consider a different model.
  7. Limited Fan Adjustability: While the fan is powerful and has multiple settings, it cannot be adjusted to direct where the air is blowing.


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