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ProForm Power 995i Exercise Treadmill (2016)
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- 3.0 chp drive System, 20 x 60 non-stretch 1-ply commercial belt, proshox cushioning, space saver design, easy lift assist
- 2.5" precision Machined and balanced non-flex roller, 7" backlit iFit display, iFit workout Apps matrix
- IPod Compatible audio (2-2" speakers); 20” x 60” Tread Belt
- Digital quick speed Control 0-12 MPH, digital quick incline Control 0-15, 30 preset workout Apps
- CoolAire workout Fan, EKG grip Pulse, 350lb User capacity, Lifetime frame and motor Warranty, 3 yr Parts and 1 yr Labor Warranty
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3.0 CHP Motor: Driving Your Workout
- Round Watts LED Display
- 3.0 CHP Mach Z Commercial Plus Motor
- iFit Enabled
- Integrated Tablet Holder
A Treadmill You Can Count On
Getting fit is an exciting process. Each workout brings the confidence of knowing you’re getting healthier every day. The Power 995i is where the miles begin.
Start Your Workout Habit Today
Access instant stat tracking, unlimited workouts, and Google Maps routes with iFit that communicates with your treadmill. Start your workout habit right with a motor delivering smooth, consistent power. And the powered 12 percent incline adjustability really gives your legs the best workout possible on a treadmill.
Your Effort, Your Power
Have you ever wondered if your workout is making a difference? With our new Watts LED Display you can watch your power output right on the console with bright LED lights. Based on our power algorithm of watts per kilogram, you can tell instantly if you are in the Endurance, Tempo, or Peak zone.
Built to Keep Up
This Commercial Plus motor is built with high-grade components that stay cool through the toughest workouts to create a smooth, powerful feel with a quiet experience. It's also proven with our lifetime motor warranty.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to run in Barcelona? Just press start. Download a Google Maps route or create your own. This Enabled treadmill automatically adjusts the incline to recreate trails from Mongolia to Ecuador. Customize your training with unlimited workouts designed by certified personal trainers. This ever-growing workout library offers programs that progress with you from beginner to marathoner.
Access your iFit account from your tablet or smartphone. Requires membership, sold separately.
Integrated Tablet Holder
Make fitness time multi-tasking time. This device shelf keeps your tablet secure and conveniently close so you have access to all your training tools and entertainment must-haves.
0 – 15% Quick Incline
We consider incline training the treadmill game changer—you can literally condition your body for those challenging uphill routes. The Power 995i offers powered, automatic incline adjustability. When you train with incline, you know you’re giving your legs the best workout possible on a treadmill.
20-inch x 60-inch Tread Belt
Because your in-home workout experience should be a comfortable one, ProForm designed a roomy deck so you won’t feel confined as you walk, jog, and run. The 60-inch length gives your legs plenty of room to stretch out your stride. And the 20-inch width allows your upper-body extra elbowroom. To ensure our treadmills are top quality, we test each belt for one million cycles at double the user weight before release.
SpaceSaver Design with EasyLift Assist
We know you like your house to be clutter-free. So we invented a treadmill that folds up and out of the way when you’re done with your workout. It totally rocked the fitness industry; but honestly, we’re just glad you don’t have to sacrifice your living space for your fitness habit anymore. And as an added bonus, we built in a powerful shock that helps you lift the deck with an easy push.
0 – 12 MPH QuickSpeed
Not everybody runs at 12 miles per hour. But it’s nice to know this treadmill can totally handle it. Thanks to a bigger motor size and faster flywheel gear ratio, the Power 995i rocks a top speed of 12 mph. Our in-home efficiency booster means you can run every day without using excessive amounts of electricity. And the convenient QuickSpeed buttons let you adjust your intensity instantly, so you can stay focused through every step of your workout.
Our No. 1 goal is to provide a comfortable run—and a comfortable walk. Every treadmill we release is equipped with cushioning throughout the deck area. So as you walk, jog, or run, your joints will be thanking you. With less stress on your feet, ankles, knees, and hips, you’ll be able to enjoy a longer workout and faster recovery time. It’s one reason why people love their treadmills.
CoolAire Workout Fan
Our built-in CoolAire fan keeps your workout comfortable from the moment you step onto the deck to the moment you step off. Choose from two speed settings for instant control—because one of the joys of indoor workouts is climate control. Even if it’s raining outside, foggy, blazing hot, or bad air quality—it’s no big deal.
Sprint ahead of the pack when you train on the ProForm power 995 I Treadmill. Every feature is designed to help you get through the race and break your personal record. It all starts with a 3.0 CHP Mach Z commercial plus motor capable of pushing you to speeds of 12 mph. The extra-long 20-inch by 60-Inch tread belt is commercial quality and the ProShox cushioning helps you cut recovery time by reducing impact on your joints. Don't forget the revolutionary if it Enabled technology-access Unlimited workouts designed by certified personal trainers, Google Maps routes across the globe, and instantaneous stat tracking. Make your training a priority with the ProForm power 995 I Treadmill.
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AH! 28 minutes waiting and I finally have a rep---- now I'm at 53 minutes and being transferred to yet another rep as it appears that I was shipped the wrong treadmill? Or my treadmill has the wrong console?? As I look at the ProForm website, the console on the machine I received looks like the console for the 400i-- which is a MUCH cheaper model. I do NOT have the console pictured for the 995i on the ProForm website and from the other reviewer's pictures on this machine-- mine is completely different.
I'm 57 minutes into this call and honestly ready to cry. The boxes and packing materials, etc, have all been thrown out with the garbage yesterday as my owner's manual, etc all indicated I had a 995i....yet it appears I do not. From the amazon product description--"7" backlit iFit display, iFit workout Apps matrix, iFit alpha numeric message center, iFit enabled"
My treadmill has NONE of those features.
OK, so after 1 hour and 42 minutes (most of which was hold time), I am awaiting a call back tomorrow from a very nice ProForm rep who is trying to get the right machine for me. She said they are actually out of stock of the 995i at the moment and the Model number I gave her (PFTL997415.1) does not even come up in her system....it makes me wonder if this machine has been discontinued and THAT is why amazon had them so cheap on Cyber Monday.
I did post a picture of my console and I am also posting a picture of what the console is *supposed* to look like, according to the ProForm website. Hopefully, I will be able to post a positive resolution tomorrow.
Ended up returning this treadmill. VERY glad I did. Issues couldn't be resolved, console is useless, Proform is aware of the issues but doing nothing to fix it. Pass on this.
ok, this is my first treadmill. I've used them at the gym, but to be honest, I've always preferred running outside or on the indoor track. I'm NOT a fan of treadmills but have come to realize that with Ohio weather the way it is, they are a necessary evil. So, that being said, I purchased this treadmill on Cyber Monday for $799.00, which I felt was a very good price. I honestly did not care about some of the bells and whistles (iFit, etc), but it was the same price (or cheaper) than the less fancy ones due to it being a Cyber Monday Deal so I went for it.
First, delivery was prompt and the guys who delivered it were polite and professional. I had them place the VERY heavy box in my garage until my husband would be home a few days later to help me assemble it. The box was a bit beat up when it arrived so I noted that on my shipping invoice in case there were any parts missing (there weren't).
I've read some reviews that indicate they assembled this thing themselves, and I find that very hard to believe. You really do need two people. The treadmill comes packaged VERY well--- lots of styrofoam, wood reinforcements, thick cardboard, etc. It really was very well protected for shipment. There aren't a lot of parts-- and what it does need is shrink packaged on a piece of cardboard and marked with the step# that you will need it for. There are basically 20 steps for assembly. None are technically difficult. But, again, the treadmill is *heavy*. And it is BIG. Think about the size of the 'mills at the gym. This one is *that* big. So, think about where you want it before starting assembly, because this is not a 'mill you can move room to room unless you have no doorways and all tile floors. The few tools you need are the included allen-type wrench, and a philips tip screwdriver and adjustable wrench (neither of which are included). A ratchet wrench would have been *really* helpful for some of the steps, but not out of necessity, more out of convenience. It took about an hour and a half for assembly. There were 2 minor scratches on the 'mill-- one on the left upright arm and one on the fan housing. Not a big deal. (I'll try to post pics) I also purchased the ProImpact Treadmill Mat #PF36786BLK0 and it worked perfectly for this treadmill.
As soon as I plugged it in, I hopped on it for a test walk/run. Without even reading the instructions for use, it was easy to figure out how to start it, increase speed, decrease speed, adjust incline and stop the treadmill. The one thing I had to figure out was that the little red safety key MUST be in place or the 'mill will not work. Having just ran 4 miles on the local gym treadmill earlier in the week, I was very pleasantly surprised that this treadmill basically felt the same as the professional one. Perhaps very slightly less heavy duty, but for me, it's perfect. The fan is really nice-- for me it's a perfect height. I am 5'3" tall and it hits me on the face/neck/chest area. A much taller person would probably not benefit as much from it. It has 3 fan settings (low, med, hi), but to be honest, I will still use a standing fan in addition to the built in fan as I'm not a fan of burning up while running and it really doesn't provide much relief unless you are just walking. I've ran about 5 miles on it since setup last night and I hope to have many, many years and thousands of miles of use out of it. I will definitely update as I go along.
The 'mill has done a few odd things that I hope are just bugs working themselves out. One is that it has twice come on out of nowhere. By that, I mean, the safety key is removed and stored in the cupholder and no one is near or on the machine. The belt doesn't move, but the control panel beeps really loudly and turns itself on. Weird. I'm hoping this isn't a regular occurrence. The second is that I had trouble getting it to start once. Key was in place, correct buttons were pushed. Control panel lit up, but belt didn't start. I fiddled with it for a minute or so and it finally started. Third, is that on my 3rd run, the bluetooth stopped reading my heartrate monitor. I pushed the bluetooth button on the console several times, it would not reconnect. I know my HRM was working, as I was using my smartphone and a running app and it was registering there just fine. I really hope it works the next time I step on it, as that is an important feature for me. Lastly, I found the built in HRM to be *very* off with its reading. When my actual HR was about 140, it was showing as between 60-70 if I used the built in HRM. WAY off. It's why I have almost never used them as I've never found an accurate one. So, I personally don't care about the inaccuracy of it because I use my own HRM, someone who is looking for an accurate on board HRM may want to look elsewhere.
I have not used any other features thusfar. No iFit, haven't used the speakers or mp3 plug in or the tablet holder. I do plan to, and will update when I do.
Overall, I think it's a good value for the price *if* it holds up for at least 10 years or 10,000 miles...
I purchased the product on a Black Friday deal in 2015. It was $799. We have kids and can't get out of our house as easily as we used to. I thought this would be a good compromise. I run on it every other day when injuries or illness don't prevent it. One reviewer said it was quiet. They were wrong. But that isn't that terrible. However, after about a year it started shocking us (it is on an exercise mat exceeding the dimensions of the unit to prevent it from building up static electricity). My wife told me one day that she received a shock and that the treadmill stopped running. When I next went to run on it, sure enough, it shocked me. Every time we touch the pulse bar we receive a shock. If you run more than a mile and touch the left pulse bar pad, you get a large shock and it shuts down. After a few weeks of this the console started to fail as well. The distance will freeze and fail to update or when switching between fields it will display a blank (completely black) screen. We contacted customer service right away when things first started happening. I first contacted them in January, it is currently April, there is still no resolution. They had me pull apart nearly the entire thing. The customer service rep said that there is a ground wire in the pulse bar that I needed to check on. I opened the pulse bar - no ground wire. Customer service rep said that wasn't right and that they were going to look into it. NEVER HEARD BACK FROM THEM. I contacted them, they just push it off. They told me that it will cost $159 (20% of the original unit cost) to have a service tech come to look at it and that there will be $65 return visit costs if parts need to be ordered and he needs to come back. There was no guarantee that if I sunk more money in that it would be fixed. If I had faith in customer service I might consider putting the further funds in. But my experience is that customer service either does not know what they are doing or they practice a strategy of simply tiring out their customers without delivering the service that their customers paid for. When they originally proposed the option of having the service tech come out, I asked if they could just direct me diagnosing the issue so we could determine if a service tech was necessary. I’m happy to fix it if I can be directed to. $159 is a lot of money to drop on a $799 machine. I have 36 email messages going back and forth with one customer service rep, I’ve tried to talk with them by phone, I’ve talked to customer service by chat session. Based on my experience, why would I waste money on a service tech with no guarantee of issue resolution? Spend your money on a better product and stay away from this company. Perhaps look at your price point, knock it up $159 plus $65, and see if any competitors have really good ratings by customers who have had their product for more than a year.
Still waiting to hear if they plan to do anything actually helpful like fix or replace the treadmill. I'm now months without my exercise plan and I'm out about a thousand dollars for purchase, assembly (by Amazon professional), and repair visits.
It's also noisy and the belt is difficult to adjust (so says the repairman too). The manual is far from adequate but customer support is the worst--by policy they want you to repair the machine yourself, email them photos, etc. until you give up on asking for help.
My previous treadmill went ten years and many miles with no problems ever. I'll never buy from Proform again.
Edit: The latest replacement for the motor has now (July 2017) started doing the same random slow down and speed up. This treadmill is going in the trash, along with my money.