The NordicTrack A2550
Ohiyo! There’s been some hot selling treadmills lurking around that still don’t have any reviews from me, so I picked one out and checked it out so I could write about it. The NordicTrack A2550 Pro was the one I grabbed up, so if you’ve been thinking about buying this one, or just looking for good advice, this review will be good.
The A2550 Pro is designed for lightweight running. If you’re a heavy person, you get the raw end of the deal because you naturally need stonger treadmill, which will costs more. If you’re a light runner, you can be safe in the sub-$1000’s. Although, still you’ll be compromising quality in some areas.
Nordictrack does very well in this price range. Compared to other brands their treadmills offer the most functionality, and often raw strength and quality. The A2550 is right in that alley. It has a lot of great features that you don’t usually find on a treadmill at this price, as well as high marked specs usually found in higher-end treadmills.
Some examples are its:
- Graphics display with 2 LCD windows.
- Ipod connection with Speakers
- 16 Preprogrammed Workouts
- 350 lbs weight capacity (take this with a grain of salt)
- Ifit Live
With a 2.5 CHP Motor, and a 20″ x 55″ running belt, a 10% incline, a 12MPH speed, and a great ComfortShox comforting system, you’ve got yourself a very well rounded treadmill for a very less-than-average price. The warranty gives you a lifetime for your frame and motor, 2 years for parts, and 1 year for labor.
Go ahead and compare this to any other brands or models you may be thinking of in this price range. You’ll be impressed with what this treadmill offers. It’s no wonder it’s a hot seller right now.
Check it out. Hope this helps you.