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NordicTrack (1750 Vs. 2950) Commercial Treadmills | Comparison, Differences, Reviews

September 10, 2019 by  
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NordicTrack 2950  Treadmill

NordicTrack 2950 Commercial Treadmill

NordicTrack 1750 Treadmill

NordicTrack 1750 Commercial Treadmill

NordicTrack 1750 Vs. 2950 Treadmill Comparison: NordicTrack is a leader in both lower and higher end treadmills. The NordicTrack 1750 and 2950 models are a cut above in quality, as these are their commercial line of treadmills designed for home usage. Highly rated, they both are excellent treadmills for runners and taller users. Common to both models are high power motors, HD touchscreens, built-in speakers & fan, Bluetooth, WiFi, Heart Telemetry, many built-in programs, 22×60″ running Deck, 12 MPH, and 15% powered incline. These treadmills both have 3% decline, which is a rarer feature, simulating downhill running.

Both models come with a 1 year iFit membership, unlocking up to 16,000 more workout programs and features. iFit Coach provides interactive personal training. The warranty on these treadmills for home usage are 10 year frame & motor; parts – 2 years; labor – 1 year.


The main differences between the NordicTrack 1750 and 2950 are: The 2950 model from a structural standpoint has a slightly heavier frame, and stronger 4.25 HP motor. The 2950 has a larger 22-inch HD Touchscreen vs. a 10-inch screen on the 1750. The 2950 has 3 workout fans, the 1750 has 2. The 1750 actually has 10 more onboard workout programs (50 vs. 40). These onboard programs can be used even if you don’t enable iFit. iFit (on both models) can unlock many more programs (16,000). Below is a comparison chart of the differences between the two NordicTrack commercial treadmill models.


NordicTrack 1750 Vs. the 2950 Treadmill
* Commercial Treadmill
* 4.5 Stars Rating
* 3.75 HP Motor
* 2.5-inch rollers
* 0-12 MPH
* 0-15% Incline
* 3% Decline
* 22 x 60″ Deck
* 10-inch HD Touchscreen
* Bluetooth® with APP
* Heart Telemetry
* 50 On-board Workouts
* Max Weight: 300 lbs.
* Runners Flex™ Cushioning
* EasyLift™ Folding
* 2 Workout Fans
* Built-in Speakers
* Water Bottle Holder
* Weight: 310 lbs.
* 78.8″L x 39.2″W x 63″H
* 1 Year iFit®
* Bluetooth® Enabled
* 10 year motor warranty

NordicTrack 1750

* Commercial Treadmill
* 4.6 Stars Rating
* 4.25 HP Motor
* 2.5-inch rollers
* 0-12 MPH
* 0-15% Incline
* 3% Decline
* 22 x 60″ Deck
* 22-inch HD Touchscreen
* Bluetooth® with APP
* Heart Telemetry
* 40 On-board Workouts
* Max Weight: 300 lbs.
* Runners Flex™ Cushioning
* EasyLift™ Folding
* 3 Workout Fans
* Built-in Speakers
* Water Bottle Holder
* Weight: 337 lbs.
* 79.5″L x 39″W x 66″H
* 1 Year iFit®
* Bluetooth® Enabled
* 10 year motor warranty

NordicTrack 2950


The NordicTrack 1750 features a 10-inch HD touchscreen with iFit and access to thousands of workouts

The NordicTrack 2950 Console features a huge 22-inch HD touchscreen with iFit


NordicTrack 1750 vs. 2950 Console Comparison: The HD touchscreen of the 2950 is over double the size at 22-inches (the 1750’s touchscreen is 10-inches). The console on both models allows you to view all the iFit features, including Google Maps, Interactive Training, and iFit Coach. Both consoles are backlit (ideal for dimly lit rooms), the 1750 has 50 onboard workout programs (The 2950 has 40 ). The onboard will work even if you don’t activate iFit. Both consoles are Bluetooth® and Wifi enabled with APP, and have manual controls for incline and speed. For safety, both have an emergency stop button, and cord.

Bottom Line: The NordicTrack Commercial 2950 treadmill is a heavier duty model than the 1750 model, offering a larger 4.25 HP motor, and a much larger 22-inch touchscreen, and more workout fans. The 2950 also has a better non-stretch 2-Ply commercial running belt. The 1750 however is substantially cheaper than the 2950, and has a few more onboard programs. The commercial 2950 (NTL19119), and the commercial 1750 (NTL14119) are both higher end heavy duty treadmills designed for home use. The higher power motors on both models will prevent straining, which can burn out lower horsepower motors on cheaper treadmills. Either treadmill will provide a solid workout for all users, including taller users (wide and long running belt), and runners.


NordicTrack 1750
Commercial Treadmill
NordicTrack 2950
Commercial Treadmill
NordicTrack 2450
Commercial Treadmill

Is this the best price?

4.5 Stars Rating
3.70 HP Motor
0-15% incline
-3% decline
10-inch LCD Display
50 Onboard Programs
22″ x 60″ Deck
300 lb. Max Weight
Bluetooth®
Heart Telemetry

Is this the best price?

4.6 Stars Rating
4.25 HP Motor
0-15% incline
-3% decline
22-inch LCD Display
40 Onboard Programs
22″ x 60″ Deck
300 lb. Max Weight
Bluetooth®
Heart Telemetry

Is this the best price?

4.6 Stars Rating
4.0 HP Motor
0-15% incline
-3% decline
14-inch LCD Display
50 Onboard Programs
22″ x 60″ Deck
300 lb. Max Weight
Bluetooth®
Heart Telemetry

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