By Ron r (Okemos, mich) on Feb 13, 2013
Comments: The good: Treadmill itself is solid and easy to use. It's big so make sure you have a large area to put it in. Inclines work well. I got delivery and install. Took the guys only about an hour to put it together. The bad: touch Screen on occasion does not work or respond to touches. Need wireless very close to get good connection that works. I got a booster and resolved the issue. Booster on main level and treadmill in basement.
Somehow, we found a way to improve the award-winning Commercial 1750 treadmill. It still has the integrated tablet Powered by Android™ and built-in speakers for workout-inspiring sound. We kept the 1-Touch™ 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™ adjustable cushioning, our most innovative deck cushioning, an integrated iPad® holder, and awe-inspiring HD video workouts.