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Treadmill Review

Last Updated: 9/22/2022

The ProForm Pro 2000 treadmill is a good treadmill from the ProForm line. It has a sturdy build and can accommodate users weighing up to 300 lbs. It has 50 programs you can enjoy and use to maximize your treadmill workout. This year, ProForm replaced the small LCD screen with a larger HD touchscreen display.

Pricing For The ProForm Pro 2000

The MSRP for the Pro 2000 is $1999. But the price is regularly dropped to $1599 and even $1399. Because we see the pricing so frequently listed near $1599, this treadmill is categorized in the $1500-$2000 price range. Being on the low end of this category, we expected to see downgraded accessories and features compared to the competition — which we did. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

Who the ProForm Pro 2000 is Best For

If you’re serious about a $1500 price point. This is a good treadmill at $1500 and for anyone who really wants to stay at this price point, it has a decent list of features and accessories that will satisfy a modest list of demands without tempting you to look into more costly treadmill options.

If you’re looking for motivation and help in creating efficient workout routines. The Pro 2000 comes with an iFit membership that’s free for 12 months. This subscription service takes all the guesswork out of figuring out what to do with a treadmill at home. Hundreds of on-demand workout videos are available and most are specifically for using a treadmill.

ProForm Pro 2000 Treadmill Review 2022

The Pro 2000 earns 4.5 stars from TreadmillReviews.com

Compared to other treadmills in the price range of $1500 to $2000, the Pro 200 earns 4.5 stars. You can find treadmills in the price range with a few more bells and whistles, but the Pro 2000 still offers a good warranty, durable build, and great subscription service.

  • Strong motor. The Pro 2000 has a strong 3.25 CHP motor which will be capable of holding up over time, especially with heavier users.
  • Incline and decline range. The Pro 2000 can both decline to -3% and incline up to 12% while two other top brands in this price range cannot.
  • Space and flexibility on deck. There is plenty of room to move on the Pro 2000, which is 20 inches in width and 60 inches in length. The deck also comes with ProForm’s ReBound Pro™ cushioning, which is upgraded from previous models. We found this new cushioning to be surprisingly soft and comfortable to run on.
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ProForm Pro 2000 Treadmill Model Overview

  • Motor Size: 3.25 CHP
  • Running Area: 20” x 60”
  • Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
  • Folding: yes
  • Footprint In Use: 35.3” Wide x 77.3” Deep x 59.6” Tall
  • Max Speed: 12 mph
  • Electrical Requirements: nominal 120-volt circuit capable of carrying 15 or more amps
  • Warranties: 10-Year Frame, 2-Year Parts, & 1-Year Labor Warranty
  • Roller Size: 1.9” Precision-Balanced
  • Cushioning: yes, ReBound Pro

Motor Size: The motor in this treadmill is 3.25 CHP, which falls into the range recommended for daily use. We feel that a motor of this size can support daily running, not just walking. But it’s the minimum size motor we recommend for heavy, daily use.

The motor cover on the Pro 2000 is also minimally invasive. None of our testers came across issues with stepping on the motor cover.

Running Surface: The running surface is 20” x 60”, which is the same as the C1650 and the F65. It has a 1-ply belt with a good texture to keep users from slipping. The new model of the Pro 2000 includes heavily textures foot rails that we feel much safer on when hopping on and off the moving belt.

Weight Capacity: The ProForm website states that the Pro 2000 is capable of sustaining 300 lbs. However, the product information that comes with the treadmill claims a higher weight capacity of 350 lbs. Weight capacity should be considered when you are within 50 pounds of the treadmills max user weight.

Folding: The Pro 2000 has a decline setting and can fold for storage. It is not common to have both functions on one treadmill. This treadmill uses EasyLift™ assist, which really does make it easier to lift and store your treadmill deck. The user manual suggests that you should be able to safely lift 45 pounds to be able to lift the Pro 2000 deck. The deck is locked in its folded state with a hydraulic arm. This hydraulic system also makes lower the deck very easy, even hands-free.

Proform Pro 2000 Treadmill Folding

Incline Range: This treadmill has an incline range of -3% decline to 12% incline. The Pro 2000 outdoes similarly priced treadmills with this range, and the strong 3.25 CHP motor allows the treadmill to smoothly move between different inclines with no discomfort to the user. This pairs well with many of the training programs offered with the Pro 2000. Incline and speed can be adjusted by whole integers using the quick select buttons or by smaller increments using the up and down or plus and minus buttons above the fan.

ProForm Pro 2000 Features & Accessories

Proform Pro 2000 Treadmill Console and accessories
  • Incline Range: -3% to 12%
  • Display: 10” HD touchscreen
  • On-Board Workouts: 50
  • Speakers: yes
  • Fans: yes
  • Heart Rate Monitoring: Compatible with Bluetooth
  • USB port: no
  • HDMI port: no
  • Audio Jack: no
  • Water bottle cubbies: yes
  • Tablet holder: no

Display: Finally ProForm has updated the display on the Pro 2000. What was once an outdated LCD screen that was confusing to navigate is now a 10” touchscreen display that is incredibly vibrant and super simple to use.

On-Board Workouts: There are 50 preloaded workout programs on the Pro 2000. When you purchase the treadmill from ProForm.com, you also get 12 months of iFit access that allows you to use hundreds of their treadmill workouts on your device. But the iFit membership is not required to use the Pro 2000.

Speakers: Two 2” speakers are built into the console’s soundbar. They project audio from the HD display. You can plug your headphones into an audio jack on the side of the console to channel the sound through your headphones. You can also connect your mobile device to the console via Bluetooth and project your music through the console speakers.

Fans: While seemingly insignificant, the fans built into the Pro 2000 console are actually a great feature to have. Anytime we’re testing treadmills that have weak or non-existent fans, we miss them! The Pro 2000 has CoolAire fans built into the console that really make a difference in your comfort level when using this treadmill.

Heart Rate Monitoring: The Pro 2000 can be connected to a wireless heart rate monitor, which we like because it is more accurate than the handheld EKG monitors that it used to have. Not only can you see a more accurate read of your current heart rate, but you can also view a complete history of your heart rate throughout the entire workout.

ProForm Pro 2000 Subscription Service

Name: iFit

Brief Description:

View an expansive library of studio treadmill classes, outdoor running, walking, and hiking tours, google maps, and more. iFit classes control your treadmill to change your incline/decline and speed to mimic real-world terrain and training scenarios.

Cost: Free for 12 months with the purchase of Pro 2000 from ProForm. Then, $39/mo

User Profiles: Individual or family plans available.

Class Varieties:

  • Cycling
  • Running
  • Elliptical
  • Bootcamp
  • Outdoor
  • Strength
  • Yoga

Community: Share results, create and join challenges, post to message boards Subscription Limitations: We’re crossing our fingers that iFit can make their UX more user-friendly and intuitive. Currently, the learning curve is a little uncomfortable.

Other: iFit has apps that track nutrition, daily activities, and more. These apps are good, but a bit more reliable with additional purchases like the iFit Sleep App’s heart rate monitor and an iFit wearable and/or Bluetooth chest strap heart rate monitor.

There is a lot to learn about iFit that we don’t include in the individual reviews of iFit compatible treadmills. But you can learn more about this subscription service by reading our in-depth, thorough review of iFit here.

Bottom Line Review Of The ProForm Pro 2000 Treadmill

Proform Pro 2000 Treadmill Side Profile

The ProForm Pro 2000 treadmill is a good option for users looking for a quality, mid-level treadmill to run or walk on without breaking the bank. It holds its own among the treadmills in its price range, outdoing much of the competition. While we tend to shy away from exercise equipment with a lot of plastic components, the Pro 2000 is a treadmill that we’d make an exception for.

We’re especially happy to see that ProForm has done away with the Pro 2000’s old display and opted for something much more user-friendly and high-tech.

Best Place To Buy A ProForm Treadmill?

We recommend that consumers buy directly from the manufacturer, as that saves money and gives you access to the latest models. Click our link above to get the best price or try a promo code from here. You’ll have the least hassle dealing with returns if that is needed, and customer service is simpler this way as well.

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