The ProForm 415 LT treadmill is a discontinued model that offers a short walker’s belt matched to an above average motor. While it may seem robust, there are better treadmills out there.
The blue tinted LCD display tracks speed, time, distance, and calories burned. The 12 pre-set workout apps include 6 Weight Loss programs (you select the amount of calories and time, the machine does the rest), and 6 Performance programs.
The full specs are:
UPDATE: The 415 LT treadmill ahs been phased out to make way for newer models. To find a comparable treadmill check out the new treadmill lineup from ProForm on the company site to see which model suits you best.
There’s a lot of plastic used on the ProForm 415 LT treadmill on the console – so much so that the readout window is unusually small and hard to read. The other features on this treadmill include a 2.8 hp motor, a 10% power incline, 18" x 50" walking area, quick controls for speed and incline, a plug-in port for an iPod, and a convenient SpaceSaver® fold-up design.
Along with the 12 pre-loaded programs, you get a free iFit® Weight-Loss Card features 8 weeks of progressive training with Jillian Michaels. You can purchase other iFit cards for this machine for about $10 each.
You won’t find many reviews on the 415 LT since it wasn’t a big seller for ProForm. Now a discontinued model, if you find it for the full price of $999, you should be advised that ProForm has beefed up their $1000-price range treadmills with more powerful motors, bigger decks, and better console designs. Also, the 90-day parts/labor warranty on this model should be a red flag; most competitor models offer at least a 1-year warranty.
The ProForm 415 LT treadmill pales in comparison to the new ProForm Power 995 (also $999) which features a stronger motor, a roomy 20" x 60" tread belt, workout fan and better speakers on the console, and 15-degree incline.
It doesn’t make sense to pay full price for the old 415 LT when there are several newer and better ProForm treadmills out there.