NordicTrack Commercial 1750

NordicTrack Commercial 1750

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For an all around treadmill that impresses, check out the NordicTrack 1750.

With a generously sized deck, the 1750 works for a range of people, whether you prefer to walk or run.

This machine has a variety of cool extras, like a storage tray, cooling fan, and Google Maps.

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Product Summary & Specs

The NordicTrack 1750 treadmill features a 14-inch HD adjustable touchscreen with which you can stream iFIT programming on (sold separately). The under $2,000 machine can be financed through the NordicTrack website where you can get deals as low as $49 per month with 0% for 39 months.

Models from 2013-2021 of the 1750 had adjustable cushioning, but the 2022 model no longer has this feature.

iFIT workouts incorporate Automatic Trainer Control, which allows your trainer to digitally adjust your incline, decline, and speed. This is a nice feature to have because all you have to do is focus on the workout at hand versus frantically switching the controls.




10 year frame, 2 years parts, 1 year labor

Product Weight

339 pounds

Weight Rating

300 pounds


0-12 mph



Running deck length

60 inches

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