NordicTrack Commercial 1750 vs. Nordictrack Commercial 2150 Comparison
One thing that never changes with the world is that it’s always changing. And the changes happen faster when we are talking about everything that’s related to technology. To keep up with the latest available technology and survive in the highly competitive markets, manufacturers release new products now and then to replace the old ones. What was once the best product will become obsolete and had to move aside to make way for the better and newer.
Such as the case with NordicTrack Commercial 2150. This treadmill used to be one of the best treadmills in the market, but now it has been discontinued and replaced by more up to date products, such as NordicTrack Commercial 1750.
Even though you can’t obtain the 2150 Model anywhere anymore, there’s no harm in comparing its features to the 1750 model, even just for the sake of knowing where this newer line stands against the older ones.
Since NordicTrack Commercial 1750 is practically the semi-successor to NordicTrack Commercial 2150 and both obviously come from the same manufacturer, the two of them have more or less similar features.
In the terms of being a treadmill, both models support running speed up to 12 miles per hour, which should be speedy enough for most of us – unless you are a world-class sprinter like Usain Bolt, who can run at 28 mph. You can adjust the speed to fit different exercises according to your need, from a brisk walk to high speed running. And the high-quality drive motors that power the tracks on both machines packed 38 HP, so you don’t have to worry about their performance, even if you work them out like crazy.
The impact absorption technology that these two machines have will make sure that you won’t get training injuries because of the impact from your body weight to your feet. The technology will take out up to 30% of the load that your feet usually take, and it will make the exercising experience similar to running on grass or other non-hard surfaces. But you can turn the feature off if you prefer to simulate running on the hard pavement like asphalt road or concrete sidewalk.
Incline and Decline
If you love to challenge yourself and want to step up the game, you could adjust the running track to incline or decline. To simulate uphill and downhill running environment, both machine can add up to 15 percent of inclination and up to 3 percent of declination. This feature is backed up by a dedicated motor, separated from the main motor that powers the running track.
One thing that most people are worried about full-featured treadmills is their huge dimension. But that concern doesn’t apply here. Both NordicTrack Commercial 1750 and 2150 utilize SpaceSaver folding frame design with EasyLift Assist feature that will make folding, moving, and storing the machine a breeze.
Heart Rate Monitoring
Both machines also come with tons of other workout features, for example, the wireless heart rate monitoring system. You can attach the wireless strap to your chest during your workouts, and the contraption will automatically monitor your heart rate and send the readings to the machine without interfering with your exercise.
To make sure that the machines get the most accurate data, the reading that they get from the wireless chest strap is compared to the ones from the sensor system attached to the handle grips.
What is a good data without a proper display to show them? That’s why both treadmills come with full-color touchscreen displays that will also show you your running speed, the incline/decline settings of the running track, running distance, calories burned, etc.
But the display is also a smart tablet that you can use to browse the internet, check email, display the running track, show videos of your virtual running track, etc.
The 1750 model and the 2150 model are compatible with iFit workout programs, and you can use them to help you get the optimal result from the machines. There are 38 workout programs available for you. But you have to subscribe to iFit to make use of this feature, and it’s available separately from your treadmill purchase.
Regular exercise doesn’t have to be dull, or people will quit too soon before they can make it part of their daily habit and reap the result from it. To help users enjoy their routine exercises more, these two NordicTrack treadmills comes with a whole range of entertainment features.
Other than the built-in tablet with the full-color touchscreen display, you can also add another tablet to the mix because there’s the tablet holder. Both treadmills are compatible with external digital MP3 music player or iPod, and high-quality speakers sound system, so your exercises can be accompanied by your favorite songs and you can run to the tunes.
To help you seal the deal, both machines comes with a very generous warranty that you won’t likely find from other manufacturers. The frames and motors are backed-up with a lifetime guarantee. This shows how confident is NordicTrack with the quality of their treadmills. Never again you need to worry about not able to use your machines. Ever.
There are the different warranty for parts and electronics. They are backed-up by a 5-year warranty. And the labor is backed-up by a 2-year warranty.
Among the vast similarities between the two treadmills, there are several key differences that distinct them from one another. The first and foremost is the price. NordicTrack Commercial 2150 was originally sold above US$ 2,000 price point, even though at the moment before it’s completely discontinued the price was down to around US$ 1,700. NordicTrack Commercial 1750, on the other hand, is available around US$ 1,500 – or cheaper if you are lucky enough to stumble into a sale with a better deal.
Even though the higher price point of the 2150 model comes with a one-year free subscription to iFit membership worth US$ 99, a deal that isn’t available with your purchase of the 1750 model, the deal doesn’t justify the price difference between the two treadmills. But the iFit subscription is not the only factor in the pricing.
Another obvious difference is the screen size of the attached full-color touchscreen display. NordicTrack Commercial 2150 provided users with 10” screen while its younger brother only has 7” one. This 3” difference in size means that there’s less information that can be displayed in the 1750 model compared to the 2150 model.
Both machines have durable and relatively quiet motors to power the running track, but they are different models: the 2150 model used 38 HP DurX motor while the 1750 model uses 38 CHP Drive Motor. Not that this motor type would matter much for the average users, but more technical users might want to factor in this spec when they are making their consideration.
NordicTrack Commercial 1750 also comes with more up to date fan technology. The dual-fan with Autobreeze technology is better than the single 8” fan that the 2150 model users get. While the latter can be adjusted to high-middle-low speed tho fit the exercise level, the former can adapt the breeze intensity both manually and automatically.
There’s also the cushion technology. You can set the running track to absorb the impact of your weight and steps while you are running, but the two machines use the different cushioning technology behind these impact-absorbing feature. NordicTrack Commercial 2150 used QuadFlex, while NordicTrack Commercial 1750 uses the newer FlexSelect technology.
At 60” long, both machines provide users with big enough running areas for comfortable exercise. But the 1750 model has 2″ wider running area than the 20” wide size in the 2150 model.
Maximum Weight Capacity
The 1750 model also can handle more maximum weight capacity than the 2150 model. But the difference is not significant. The comparison is 400 lbs in 1750 to 375 lbs in the 2150 model.
Which One Should You Choose?
Well, it’s an odd question since NordicTrack Commercial 2150 is already discontinued, and you can’t buy it even if you want to. But after looking at the comparison, you can be sure that you’ll get a great deal with NordicTrack Commercial 1750 because it has more or less similar great feature as the once the excellent 2150, but with lower price points and several more extra features on its sleeves.
NordicTrack Commercial 2150: This treadmill has been discontinued.
Read NordicTrack Commercial 1750 review HERE.
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