Nordictrack 1750 vs X9i – Which is Best For You?
Trying to decide between the Nordictrack 1750 vs X9i treadmills?
You’re not alone. These are two of the most popular Nordictrack treadmills.
However there are definitely differences between them you should know.
Here’s a review of the main difference to help you choose the best treadmill for you.
(Please Note: You can read the full review of the Nordictrack 1750 treadmill here or the Nordictrack X9i incline trainer here.)
Difference #1 Price
As of this writing, the Nordictrack 1750 treadmill is about $500 less than the X9i incline trainer. So if you’re on a budget this treadmill would be a great option, coming in under $1500.
Difference #2 Incline
This is probably one of the biggest differences between them. The Nordictrack 1750 gives you a healthy 15% incline.
But the Nordictrack X9 gives you much more – up to 40% incline.
Walking on a high incline like this can help you burn up to 5 times more calories than a standard treadmill. So if you’re looking to lose weight fast, the X9 is probably the better option.
Difference #3 Decline
The Nordictrack 1750 helps you add in more crosstraining with a 3% decline. However the X9i trainer gives you a deeper decline of 6%.
Difference #4 Motor Power
The Nordictrack 1750 motor is slightly stronger than the X9i trainer: 3.6 HP vs 3.0 HP. However they are both pretty solid, well-constructed motors covered by lifetime warranties.
Difference #5 Lower Accessories Tray and Fan
The Nordictrack 1750 treadmill has a lower accessories tray and extra built in fan – 2 in the console and 1 in the accessories tray.
The X9i does not have this tray or an extra fan. But there is a dual fan built into the console.
Difference #6 Folding
The Nordictrack 1750 treadmill folds up to save space. The Nordictrack X9i does not fold.
So those are the main differences between the Nordictrack 1750 and the Nordictrack X9i. They both give you a lot of value, including the full color console with touch-scree web browser to make your workouts more fun.
Want To Learn More?
Click Here for More on the 2016 Nordictrack 1750 Treadmill
Click Here for More on the 2016 Nordictrack X9i Incline Trainer