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ProForm Pro 2000 treadmill

Price range:
$1,188.19 - $1,299.99
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Summary: This ProForm is a folding treadmill that has a shipping weight of 358 pounds. The maximum specified user weight for this machine is 375 lbs.
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Type: Folding treadmills
About - ProForm Pro 2000

The ProForm Pro 2000 is part of the treadmill test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, treadmill models like the Pro 2000 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.

Ergonomics considers how well the machine accommodates users of different sizes and includes belt size, foot-rail design and handgrip design.

Construction considers aspects that impact quality like the motor and related components, running deck and the results of our durability tests.

Ease of use:
Ease of use considers the ease of using the controls, functions, programs and reading the display.
About This Brand

Made by Icon Fitness, Proform offers exercise equipment at lower price points than most other manufacturers. Its product line also includes ellipticals and exercise bikes. Treadmill prices range from less than $1,000 to $2,000.

Features & Specs - ProForm Pro 2000
info Motor (hp) 3.80
info Belt (LxW, in.) 61 x 20
info Maximum incline (%) 13.4
info Maximum speed (mph) 12.0
info Weight capacity 375
info Quick speed controls Yes
info Quick incline controls Yes
info Chest strap included Yes
info Heart-rate control programs No
info Reading shelf Yes
info Cup holder 2
info Shipping weight 358
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User Reviews - ProForm Pro 2000
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(71 of 71 customers found this review helpful)
Solid treadmill
Sturdy Design
Best Uses
Endurance Training
Heart Rate Training
Low Impact Exercise
Weight Loss
I will have to re-review in a couple of months but my first impression is very favorable. The machine is solid and quiet. The controls are easy to operate for basic routines or manual operation. In my view you can't beat it for the price. I have not bought the iFit add-on but it looks interesting and I will probably try it in a few weeks (thus the re-review). As for the lack of weight calibration of the calories, the other reviewer is correct, no such thing in this machine. On the other it is really easy. I have made the calibration using industry formulas and have determined that the caloric reading is for someone 175lb heavy. So if you want a more precise calibration, take the reading, divide by 175 and multiply by your weight. That should get you pretty close to the correct calories.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
(97 of 101 customers found this review helpful)
Clear Display
Sturdy Design
Very Few Features
Best Uses
Didn't do enough research before I bought this, but the advertisements also mislead you to believe that the machine has a ton of features. You only have access to these features if you are subscribed to Ifit, which is $8-10 a month! This includes BASIC features like being able to program your work out such as mile or calorie goals. So it won't count down for you like a normal treadmill. The other basic feature it does not include is being able to input your weight and age so that the calorie count is accurate. I also use it to run long distances, and it always shuts off at about 12.5 miles which is extremely annoying. The machine is sturdy and I like the fan and the display, but I would NOT recommend it unless you want to pay for the subscription.
How long have you owned it:
Three-to-six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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