Costco sells this Nordictrack Treadmill for $799.99. It is the Elite 900 Treadmill that is “similar” to that of a Peloton (more on that later). Scroll down for photos & my true opinion. The home workout machines are very popular right now. Fitness & health have always been a big industry, but with the pandemic (COVID-19) still around, more & more people are looking for the home gyms. That is where the Nordictrack comes in. It is an affordable treadmill with the touchscreen & online classes to help coach you. Nordictrack is a name brand that has been around for ages. Treadmills have a price range of $300 – $10,000+ (Woodways, google it) so this is a VERY affordable one. Here are a few more details about this Costco Nordictrack Treadmill……….
- 7″ Full Color Touchscreen
- Built in Speakers
- Space Saver Design (can be stored in the upright position)
- Auto-breeze Fan
- Speed: 0 – 12 MPH, Incline: 0 – 12% (12% is plenty!)
- 300 pound user capacity
- 1 year iFit membership
Nordictrack Elite 900 Treadmill Costco
So full disclosure…..we own the Peloton treadmill. We’ve had it for 2 years and absolutely love it! We have no issues with it. Our Peloton has the slats as opposed to the conventional running belt, like this. It was almost 6 times the price though! So it would be like comparing apples & oranges. What we love most about the peloton is the online classes. This treadmill comes with the classes & someone to coach you along the way. That is the BEST about the online classes……..it’s motivation to keep working out. **WARNING** – Before buying make sure to read the Costco reviews. It’s got a 2.4/5 rating (37 reviews currently). Unfortunately, that’s pretty bad. If you’re treadmill shopping, make sure to check out these “better” rated ones on Amazon……
- XTERRA Fitness TR150 Folding Treadmill Black
- NordicTrack Commercial Series Treadmills + 1 year iFit membership ($396 value)
- MaxKare Folding Treadmill Electric Motorized Running Machine 17” Wide Tread Belt w/Incline LCD Display and Cup Holder Easy Assembly with 15 Preset Programs Perfect for Home Use
If you want my true opinion…..I would get a PELOTON if you can afford it. They just came out with a more affordable belt treadmill & still sell the upgraded slats model. Yes, it’s expensive but it is worth it. No, I don’t work for the company or get any commission for their sales. We really do just LOVE the Peloton & the community & we’ve had zero issues in 2 years (we own the bike & treadmill)
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