By Tbo (Manistique, Mi.) on Nov 13, 2013
Comments: C1570 Pro: Used about 2 wks now. As far as the treadmill itself can't say much about the durability just yet the fuctionality is straightforward and it operates quite smoothly. Setup was easy enough I think most anyone could handle it with a good helper. If you are not Superman or one of his offspring you will likely need help moving it around and getting it unpackaged. The box it comes in is very big and weighs a lot, not sure exactly how much but the shipping bill says 286 lbs. It felt all of that. The Ifit deal is a little unclear on the website. It requires (at least on this one) you to create an online account at their website and pay either $10 a month or $99 a year to use the online features and that doesn't include the mapping part, as far as I know it's optional and cost another $25. Be sure to check before you buy if you don't want to pay a extra fee to use this feature. You can still use the equipment just not the online portion which includes about half the buttons on the control panel, not even the routes that you create yourself. FYI. There is a 30 trial period after you register.
Advanced with a quiet, powerful motor and the best fitness technology available, the C 1630 Pro treadmill is loaded with specs and features that put your goals in reach. The smooth, self-cooling 3.25 CHP motor drives a workout easily adjusted with 1-Touch™ controls, while QuadFlex™ cushioning provides noticeable comfort and protection to your knees, ankles and back. Plus, ban the boredom of treadmill workouts with iFit® technology and take your workout anywhere in the world.