By Parker, Ph. D. (New York, NY) on Feb 9, 2013
Comments: As of the date of this review, February 9, 2013 – the Nordic Track 2150 NT7012.0 is everything that ICON advertises. This review is two-part: (1) The Machine (2) The ICON experience The Machine I am pleased with the treadmill overall. I like the lines, the feel, and the quality. I value this machine at $800 – $1200. I have not subscribed to iFit, the machine meets my current needs without that feature; however, I am glad that it is available as my needs may change. I found the iPad holder superfluous; consequently, I elected to forego its attachment. In the manual goal settings menu, there is no option for warm-up/cool-down, which I find puzzling, since this is commercial grade equipment, also there is no beverage holder. To list the machines attributes would be redundant, just read the specs; it is as advertised. Perhaps the most impressive feature of this machine for me is the hydraulic-like lift/release. I also love the Runners Flex option. The ICON Experience This is an experience in progression; therefore, I will refrain from final comments until the experience is complete. For now, I will say that ICON could benefit from a refresher in Human Relations in Business.
We went to the lengths of the earth to improve our most advanced commercial series treadmill. Enriching the 10-inch color touch tablet display with Google Android™ browser are iFit® Technology and HD video workouts. Amazing adventures are delivered right to your treadmill in the form of inspiring workouts. Powerful yet quiet, a 3.80 CHP Mach Z™ Commercial Pro Motor drives the Commercial 2150 treadmill, while incline and decline training is available at a touch. Choose your deck softness: Runners Flex® Cushioning lets you choose a fully cushioned deck or lock out cushioning dampeners for a solid surface that feels more like the road.