ProForm Pro 2000 Treadmill
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- 3.5 CHP Mach Z Commercial Pro Motor, 7" Oversized Backlit Display, iFit Compatible, Compatible Music Port for iPod
- 12 MPH QuickSpeed Control, -3% Quick Decline Control, 15% Quick Incline Control, 32 Workout Apps, 20" x 60" 1-Ply Commercial Tread Belt
- ProShox Cushioning, SpaceSaver Design with EasyLift Assist, 2.5" Precision Machined and Balanced Non-Flex Rear Roller, CoolAire Workout Fan
- iFit Live Technology Compatible
- Rated as a 'Best Buy' from a leading consumer magazine
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Experience the Perfection of Performance Cardio
- 3.5 CHP Mach Z Commercial Motor
- iFit Compatible
- 0 – 15% Quick Incline
- Folding Deck SpaceSaver Design
Designed for Versatility: For the Walker, Jogger, and Runner in Us All
Built on 30 years of fitness engineering and technology, the ProForm Pro 2000 is designed to burn more calories, improve real-road conditioning, and boost cardio endurance. So your health, your family, and your home get exactly what they need.
Runner’s World Magazine
“If you’re on a budget, the entry level Pro 2000 delivers more than most similarly priced treadmills. Testers liked how quickly and smoothly it changed speed and incline—getting the machine whirring as fast as 12 mph takes just one finger tap.”
Technology for the Heart
Focus on cardio heart health when you work out at faster speeds. This treadmill has a speed range up to 12 miles per hour—that’s a 5-minute mile pace. Speed training coupled with the included wireless heart rate strap maximizes the impact of your time and effort. So whether you’re a walker, jogger, or runner, the PRO 2000 gets your heart pumping.
The Power of Incline: 2X the Calorie Burn
Burn 2x the calories when you walk at our 15 percent incline. Finally, a smart workout that delivers on the promise of maximum calorie burn.
Full-Terrain Race Training
Improve performance when you train for your next race at our -3 percent decline range. Now you can prep your legs for the downhill as well as the uphill.
Endless Training Possibilities
Enjoy fresh workouts every day with iFit technology. The extensive fitness library gives you unlimited workouts like the 30-Day Fresh Start for Treadmills or 60-Day Weight Loss—keeping you motivated to come back day after day.
Google Maps: Scenic Motivation
If you’re feeling creative, draw your own scenic route via Google Maps and iFit will map your workout and send it to your treadmill. Or select from our pre-programmed routes like Backpack Europe or Tour of Asia. Your deck will adjust to mimic the terrain and your legs will feel every hill or valley along your route.
◊Requires iFit wireless module; sold separately. Buy an iFit wireless module and receive a free one-year iFit subscription. Access your iFit account from your computer, tablet, or smartphone. Google Maps is a trademark of Google, Inc.
Precision Engineering for a Quiet Experience
With the PRO 2000 you can enjoy the benefits of precision engineering, which guarantee the motor and deck work silently throughout even the toughest workouts. Our 2.5-inch precision machined and balanced non-flex rollers deliver a smooth ride for 1 mile or 26 miles.
SpaceSaver: Simple Storage
In 1995, our engineers created the first folding treadmill with our innovative SpaceSaver technology. A few years later, we improved our design with the hydraulic spring EasyLift Assist, which lifts and lowers your treadmill deck effortlessly.
Mach Speed Horsepower
Every PRO 2000 workout is powered by the 3.5 continuous horsepower Mach Z Commercial motor. Built to handle the hardcore runner or the easy-going walker, this motor is self-cooling for long-lasting life and durability.
Commercial-Grade Construction: Rugged Confidence
The solid steel frame creates a sturdy structure that inspires confidence. No wiggling, jiggling, or shaking. Our high quality construction surpasses the fitness industry standard and comes with an impressive Lifetime Frame and Motor Warranty.
ProShox that Deliver a Pro Feel
Our patented ProShox Cushioning System keeps impact to a minimum. You’ll feel the flexibility that keeps every workout comfortable with our strategically placed absorbers located on each side of your treadmill deck.
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I first purchased Sole F80 treadmill (now unavailable, but comparable to F85 or F65), then returned it after 3 weeks for the ProForm Pro 2000 instead. This review essentially compares these 2 models.
1st things 1st:
-I cannot comment on the iFit module function of the ProForm as I have not attempted to use that function
-amazon listed the ProFrom 2000 product as having a 1-ply belt, but the manufacturer's website listed it as 2-ply; this played a role in my choosing the sole over this product initially; I can now confirm that the belt is 2-ply (NOT 1-ply) per manual and the feel of the belt being comparable to the sole (which is 2-ply)
-Advertised as 20" but is actually 22". Another reason I went with Sole first, BUT the ProForm is 22" wide confirmed after delivery - crazy why they/amazon would mistakenly put this as 20" wide on the description
Why did I send the Sole F80 back?
-MAIN reason: F80 was making grinding noise coming from motor area - maybe a bearing, maybe a motor issue, who knows - it did smell a little mildewed upon removal from the box - HOWEVER, the company was very willing to make this right and sent me a replacement front roller and scheduled a technician to repair ASAP, but I was overall dissatisfied with other aspects and ended up cancelling altogether and returning
-*UNABLE to quickly choose running speeds between 6.0 mph and 9.0 mph on the F80- this might be my biggest gripe, that the 'quick speed selection' skips from 6.0 to 9.0mph - why would they omit this zone for serious runners? interval training is the new rave - having to keep the speed change button depressed while running or exhausted (even if on the handlebars) is unacceptable - proform destroys Sole in that area as you can choose any speed instantly with the touch of 1 button if a whole number or 2 buttons if a tenth place (i.e. press 5 to change speed to 5.0 or 6 then 3 for instant speed change to 6.3; thus ANY speed is instantly possible)
-minimal places to put phone, TV remote, or other items while on sole treadmill (conVEX design of console unit seems trivial, but when you use xbox to watch TV during run, it becomes important - seemed there was no where to put anything/didn't fit well) - confirmed this gripe for sole unit when I got ProForm b/c everything seemed to fit better/more space, concave design felt better on ProForm to hold remotes, tablet, phone, xbox control, including drink space, etc
-feet hit plastic area at front of treadmill when running/seemed plastic was too far back in relation to console unit above, including the general angle of this front piece/motor cover - thought it was 'normal' until I got the ProForm and 'foot scrub' rarely occurs b/c proform has lower angled plastic front and is further to the front relative to the console unit above it
-plastic coverings felt cheap overall
First Impressions Upon Receiving ProForm 2000 compared to Sole F80:
-*One of the BEST features of the ProForm is the ability to quickly select any speed from 0-12mph to the 10ths place: i.e. you hit the 7, then 5 button, the speed changes to 7.5 mph instantly - no holding down on the up/down buttons and "waddle running" while you hold the up or down button until you reach your desired speed - THIS IS THE KEY TO INTERVAL TRAINING! Blast it out at 11 mph then hit 8 then 5 to drop to 8.5 mph for 1min, then 6 and 5 quickly to drop to 6.5 mph...and so on (any number, 10.3, 8.7, 4.6, etc). I was initially worried about this omission on the sole and for good reason; it ended up being a big missing factor (from the Sole) that the ProForm surprised me on - they don't even advertise this ability for the ProForm, which is amazing as I am an interval junky
-better materials/more sturdy, plastic parts felt/looked better (except for handlebars - those on the F80 seemed more solid, better feel since straight metal vs plastic with slightly misfit on ProForm)
-packaging was ridiculous - extremely well packed
-run is very smooth vs "running in sand" with the F80 as another reviewer put it and well said - the F80 seems to have too much space between belt and surface, and though feels highly durable and stable, also seems to add too much resistance at baseline height- the ProForm is smooth (and feels durable) while the F80 felt elevated even at baseline
-incline/decline capability is nice (though beyond a certain incline, you cannot slow the speed enough to matter; i.e. gravity prevails; you can't really go slower than a 3.5mph beyond an incline of 10-12% as the belt seems to move faster
-initially got static shocked frequently, though this waned with time (I had a 20-amp outlet professionally installed just for this unit to ensure proper grounding and capacity); I did some research into this and it may be related to weather more than anything - lower humidity in winter? I am in Seattle and this seemed to fade with use after a month (jan 26th into March) - some say the "grounding brushes" that ground the belt had to be worked in, which may be true b/c after the 1st month it subsided to rarely ever shocking me if at all when I touch the metal on the unit, but it occurred regularly at first and was somewhat concerning (my advice: give it some time)
-low profile/angle of proform plastic covering the motor leads to less chance of hitting this part of the unit when running
Other observations of the ProForm 2000
-platform is higher than the F80 (maybe 2 inches higher); I was originally concerned b/c I had an olympic weight platform near the rear of the unit where I was concerned that my weights while using a barbell would not clear - I needed 8" to clear (the size of standard olympic weights on a bar where total weight height is 17.5", thus half that minus radius of bar is roughly 8") - it has not been a problem, even though the ProForm is noticeably higher than the F80
-even though the platform is higher on the proform than the F80, it allows for a lower overall height (or at least comparable to max height of F80) when using the elevation b/c it seems the proform can adjust the back of the unit also (lowers the back while elevating the front portion) during elevation changes
-the reading stand attachment is too high to view a TV mounted on the wall in front of the unit for my wife who is 5'4" tall, thus I had to remove the reading stand/tablet holder (though not missed b/c there is a lip that spans about 16" on the console below the display that holds my phone and would likely hold a tablet as well)
-the 'plastic' molding that goes over the 'feet' portion of the proform feels much more sturdy than that of the F80 and looks nicer too (more of a matte feel/look)
-proform console display does NOT include a "minute per mile average" display function from what I can tell; something that some may miss (my wife pointed this out), though this does not bother me
Conclusion: I am way more satisfied with the ProForm 2000 after 2.5 months of ownership and many miles of use (12-15 miles per week) and am glad I returned the Sole F80 (hassle free with one caveat*). It feels better when running and the console feels more conducive for holding various items as mentioned above. It is also much easier to change speeds "on demand" than the F80, thus does not need speed adjustments on the handlebars (which the F80 has and proform does not).
-I got the proform when it dropped to a low of $1279 vs the sole which dropped to $1200 when I purchased it
*Caveat to returning the Sole F80: amazon said I did not need to disassemble however when the return shipping company (Pilot) came to pick up the unit, they said it needed to be disassembled - luckily, I convinced them that I could disassemble in short order, which I did, and they returned the unit with all original packaging and parts
Hopefully this review helps shoppers decide between the ProForm Pro 2000 and a comparable Sole model - if I had read a review stating details such as those I have included on the proform above, I would have selected the Proform 2000, even at the regular (higher) price point of $1400 or even $1500.
Let me know if there are any questions and I will try to respond.
I have been nervous getting a Proform. The service is what concerned me the most. Well, now that I have had one for a few weeks I wanted to share my experience for what its worth.
I ordered mine from Proform.com, they had a sale where it was less than a $1000. 10 days later, J B Hunt calls to tell me they would be delivering the next day. Noticed the package was standing vertical in the truck, not good, they are on a pallet and that needs to be on the floor. Anyway, package was at my front door. It is big and you will need at least one person to get it to where you want it and that is after you get everything else out prior to moving the main belt unit with the motor. Once there I had not one issue assembling the whole thing alone. Little fussy, but if you keep some of the cardboard that was inside the box you can use to turn the belt over like I did to install the folding locking mechanism. The rest you just have to follow the instructions. For the locking rod I installed the end on the motor side and when everything else was installed I turned it on made sure the incline was at 0 and lifted the belt and installed the other end.
I only mention this because I wanted to share that it is doable, but if I had to do again, it would be a piece of cake to me if I had another person.
I am 53 years old and a little guy, 5'7 at 158lbs so you decide. Now back to the tread mill. It is very solid and once put together and folded, it is not difficult at all to move. It is very easy to fold up and lock automatically when there. You pull a knob and just let it go down, it does that with ease and finesse. It is not hydraulic (not sure how it works) but it does a wonderful job lowering itself. Fit is great. You can jump on it while running or when stopped and there is no shaking, noise or rattles. The belt is quiet smooth, the incline (after calibration) works perfect and smooth. Speed is 12mph at 0 to 15 deg incline and maxes out at 8mph at -3 deg decline. Fan is better than nothing but I prefer a floor fan.
To make this short, I love this treadmill, the fit, weight the finish and the smoothness in which it operates, however I did have a problem and is the reason I opted to write this review. The only thing that did not work from day one was what they call the information screen on the console. It is where you get the accumulated time and distance this machine has run, very much like the odometer in the car plus the time the engine has been running.
I called the customer service number that was in the documentation. Answer time was less than 3 minutes, but this is where it ends. The person helping me had no clue. My issue is that 99% or all this treadmill is supposed to do works, I just can't get one screen of information, I have all the others, the manual says not to use the incline at the steeper angles until the unit has 20 running hours. Well that screen I do not get. Now, after a few minutes with that person he puts me on hold, 15 minutes later I though that is it and the call was ended. I called back immediate and again, my wait was no more than 5 minutes, I explained to the person what happened after providing him with the serial # and he said please hold while I get the information for your treadmill, well, that was the last I heard from that guy, after 5 minutes of music I had to stop. I was on my lunch break and steaming. All my fears about service were well founded. I run that night and thoroughly enjoyed the machine, simple to operate, console is intuitive, and it does what you tell it to do, that simple. Now I started to think, I do not want to send this back, not for what it can't display, I am enjoying this thing and was hoping there was a solution.
Next day call to customer service, I get a lady in very short order again. I explained what went on the day before and I asked here not to put me on hold ( I was in no mood for that) after explaining what had happened, she apologized and said I will not put you on hold, just mute because I have to talk to someone else. I said okay. in a couple on minutes she got back with me and said we can send you a new console if you want to try that. I was smiling. She said they were out of stock but should have them in a week. A week later I had a new console delivered. 6 screws to take it off, and after labeling the wires (6 of them) so they can go back in the same connectors I put the new one on and with fingers crossed, plugged it in, turned it one and bingo. I also get to keep the old console, (actually would be glad to send it back if they want) but, all in all, after a few weeks with this treadmill, I absolutely love it, and while I have no experience with any other I do understand and appreciate solid, quiet, smooth designs, and I appreciate this package so much for what I paid for it.
To be fair, I must also mention that I have had 2 follow up emails assuring me that I will be satisfied. I am, and I have to say my concerns while might have been founded based on a review, have been proven wrong. I have also included a photo of my treadmill and the new console on top. I am completely satisfied with what I have and the outcome of my issue with Proform.
Also, make sure you register your treadmill when you first get it, that is the information that they will use when dealing with you.