Trying to decide between the Nordictrack 2450 treadmill:
And the Nordictrack 2950 Treadmill?
These are both high-end, commercial-grade runners treadmills that combine both strong construction with luxury extras.
But there are slight differences between them. So which is best for you? Here’s what you need to know.
Where They’re the Same: Both Treadmills Give You:
– Large, Full-Color Consoles with Web Browsers
– Up to 15% Incline and 3% Decline
– 0 – 12 MPH Speed Limit
– iFit LIVE Compatibility
– Adjustable Cushioning
– Adjustable Tablet Holders Above the Console
– Extra Long, Extra Wide 22 x 60 Inch Belts
– Free Wireless Heart Rate Monitors.
Where They’re Different:
The Nordictrack 2950 runs about $200 more than the 2450 treadmill. So what do you get for the extra money?
#2 Power Adjustable Uprights
The Nordictrack 2950 comes with an adjustable height console. You just press a button to move the console higher or lower.
So you can adjust the fan, heart rate sensors and tablet holder to suit your height. This is great for taller users or multiple-user families.
#3 Stronger Motor
The Nordictrack 2950 comes with a strong motor than the 2450 treadmill: 4.25 HP vs 4.0 HP.
So it can stand up to a bit more use – and abuse – and still keep powering the treadmill with ease.
#4 Best Buy Award
The Nordictrack 2950 treadmill was recently given a “Best Buy” award for this year – which may or may not matter to you. The 2450 treadmill however has also earned “Best Buy” awards in previous years.
So those are the main differences between the Nordictrack 2450 vs 2950. The 2950 is basically a bit stronger in terms of motor power and you can adjust the height to your preference.
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