The FreeMotion 770 Interactive treadmill is a folding model with many of the same features as the 750 model but with a more powerful motor and a touch screen display.
The 10" full color touch screen display has the web browser Powered by Android™ to access the internet. It also tracks your workout speed, time, distance, incline, pulse and calories burned, and features a 7x30 scrolling CrossTrainer™ display.
The full specs on the FreeMotion 770 Interactive treadmill are:
UPDATE: The 770 Interactive is no longer being sold. Check out all of the most popular FreeMotion treadmills on sale now at the company site to find a comparable model.
The large 3.5 CHP AC motor on the FreeMotion 770 Interactive treadmill is the best feature of this sturdy unit that offers a 20" x 60" running area, a 15% incline and -3% decline, 28 pre-set programs plus built-in iFit Live technology, a workout fan, and heart rate sensors on the handles as well as a free wireless chest strap.
The Spacesaver design is ideal for lifting the deck up and out of the way to give you more space in your room when the treadmill is not in use.
The Interactive aspect of this entertainment treadmill allows you to connect to your home’s wireless network to take advantage of the 10" touch screen display with the Android operating system. With the internet open, you can browse the web just as you would on a laptop: watch sports, read blogs, news, and email, or post on Facebook.
With iFit Live, you can use your own personal account at ifit.com to store your fitness progress and goals, download training programs featuring Jillian Michaels, and explore trails and city streets on Google Maps while the treadmill automatically sets the speed and incline/decline in response to the terrain you see on the screen.
Note: An annual subscription to iFit.com is required. Also, your home’s wireless network must be on an 802.11b/n router with SSID broadcast enabled. Download performance (that is, how well your treadmill browser will stream the data feed from iFit and other websites) will vary depending on your connection speed.
A state-of-the-art machine, the FreeMotion 770 Interactive treadmill has a good warranty that is comparable with competitor models at this price, and other strong features in the power, cushioning, program selection, and incline/decline.
If you can get it on sale, it is a decent buy, however, we would go with a close cousin, the NordicTrack Elite Pro 9500 treadmill (both are made by ICON Fitness), over this one. The NT has user select adjustable cushioning, a better console layout, and a 3.8 hp motor.
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