The ProForm PRO 7500 is a rock-solid treadmill with a powerful motor, durable construction and both incline and decline capability. Add to that a large number of workouts, large belt and iFit technology and you have one of the best treadmills the company has to offer.
The 7500 offers a bight, 7" full color touchscreen showing your workout stats including heart rate, calories burned, distance, time and incline/decline levels. It folds easily with SpaceSaver design and has a generously sized runner's deck with ProShox cushioning to minimize impact on your joints.
Let's take a look at the specs...
UPDATE: The PRO 7500 has been discontinued and replaced with the all new PRO 5000 model. To read our review follow the link below.
The reviews on the ProForm PRO 7500 are very positive, as experts like the combination of durablility, power and features that the PRO series offers.
Here you get professional-grade construction, a very strong and quiet 4.0 CHP motor, a large 22" x 60" tread belt that can accommodate all levels and sizes of users as well as the ability to incline or decline the machine to target different muscle groups.
The fact that you get all of that capability for around $1500 or so on sale is quite impressive. You also get iFit built right into the machine which gives you more workouts to choose from on top of the 34 already built in, plus Google maps to work out anywhere in the world you choose.
The 7500 is similar to the new PRO 5000 model with a slightly higher max weight capacity, so you might want to take a look at that one as well.
Some of the other nice touches are ProShox cushioning, a tablet holder, a free wireless heart rate monitor included and dual workout fans. Users will also appreciate the SpaceSaver with EasyLift Assist that makes folding and unfolding machine as well as storage, a real breeze.
We like what ProForm is doing with the PRO series, as they are stepping up the construction and durability quite a bit without charging more. All of the models, including the 7500, are packed with great features like incline and decline, generously-sized belts, strong/quiet motors, iFit and iPad compatibility, all under $2000 on sale, which is just incredible. You'd be hard pressed to find half of these features elsewhere for the price.
You can't go wrong with any of these treadmills, so take a look at all of them. The top of the line PRO 9000 model gives you a larger, 10 inch touchscreen, a more powerful motor and a few more workout apps, so you can decide if it's worth the additional $500.
Whichever way you go the PRO series gives you everything you could want at a very affordable price and are definitely our Best Buy picks in the category.
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