The good-looking NordicTrack A2350 Pro treadmill offers a lot of value in a well-designed package.
The Grafixx™ high-resolution display animates your screen while tracking speed, time, distance, calories, and pulse. The A2350 comes with 10 performance and 6 weight loss workouts. With iFit® Live compatibility (optional), you can subscribe to ifit.com to download workouts with trainer Jillian Michaels, follow Google Maps trails all over the world, keep a nutrition/activity tracker, and more.
The full specs on the NordicTrack A2350 Pro treadmill are:
*Home wireless network required. iFit Live module sold separately.
UPDATE: The A2350 has been discontinued and replaced by newer, better models. For a comparable treadmill check out the NordicTrack C Series models on the official company site.
NordicTrack offers a lot of features and solid construction in this budget series of treadmills. Additionally, designs on the new 2010 models have improved aesthetically, including more elegant lines and a less “boxy” look. The parts on these machines have also been upgraded. The warranty on the NordicTrack A2350 Pro is still lacking (but that helps to keep the price down), so be sure to buy the extended warranty at checkout. Since shipping is FREE, the additional warranty time is bargain.
This NordicTrack model is a basic treadmill with a roomy 20" x 60" walking area, easy 1-touch speed and incline controls, an MP3 music player plug-in, and handgrips for heart rate monitoring. Since the console does not allow the input of weight/age, the calorie workouts will not give an accurate calorie burn count specific to you. However, if your intention is to hit manual and just walk for 45 minutes, the A2350 Pro will do that just fine.
The NordicTrack A2350 Pro treadmill ($649) is the budget model of the A Series which also includes the A2550 ($759) and the A2750 ($999). These are solid entry level walking models, the cheapest that NordicTrack sells. The A2350 Pro replaces the clunky looking A2350 which was a decent treadmill for beginners. The only real standout issue is that this model has no deck cushioning. We recommend you spend a bit more and get the A2550 Pro with Comfortshox™ cushioning and more programs. It’s a better value at $799 than the NordicTrack A2350 Pro is at $649.