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NordicTrack (1750 Vs. T8.5S) Treadmills | Comparison, Differences, Reviews

January 10, 2021 by  
Filed under Treadmills

NordicTrack T-Series T8.5s Treadmill

NordicTrack T-Series T8.5S Home Treadmill

NordicTrack 1750 Treadmill

NordicTrack 1750 Commercial Treadmill

NordicTrack 1750 Vs. T-Series T8.5S Treadmill Comparison: NordicTrack is a leader in both lower and higher end treadmills. The NordicTrack Commercial 1750 and T-Series T8.5S Home models are high quality upper end treadmills. The commercial line is a cut above, but both of the treadmills are 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 Color touchscreens, built-in speakers & fan, Bluetooth, WiFi, Heart Telemetry, many built-in programs, long running Deck, Built-in workout programs, and powered incline.


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NordicTrack commercial treadmills come with a 1 year iFit membership included. Run around the world.

iFit Enabled: Both models come with a 1 year iFit membership included, unlocking up to 16,000 more workout programs and features. iFit Coach provides interactive personal training. Live workouts designed by certified trainers.

iFit & Google Maps allows you run around the world. 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 T-Series 8.5S are: The 1750 model is a commercial model, with a wider running deck (22 inches), and comes with a stronger motor (3.75 HP vs. 3.50 HP). The 1750 comes with 3% decline which simulates downhill running, and a higher level of incline of (15%). The T8.5S is lower in price than the commercial model 1750. Below is a comparison chart of the differences between the two NordicTrack treadmill models.


NordicTrack 1750 Vs. the T-Series T8.5S
* Commercial Treadmill
* 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
* 1 Year iFit® Included
* 50 On-board Workouts
* Max Weight: 300 lbs.
* Runners Flex™ Cushioning
* EasyLift™ Folding
* 2 Workout Fans
* Built-in Speakers
* Water Bottle Holder
* 78.8″L x 39.2″W x 63″H
* Bluetooth® Enabled
* 10 year motor warranty

NordicTrack 1750

* Home Treadmill
* 3.50 HP Motor
* 1.9-inch rollers
* 0-12 MPH
* 0-12% Incline
* – – –
* 20 x 60″ Deck
* 10-inch HD Touchscreen
* Bluetooth® with APP
* Heart Telemetry
* 1 Year iFit® Included
* 50 On-board Workouts
* Max Weight: 300 lbs.
* Runners Flex™ Cushioning
* EasyLift™ Folding
* 2 Workout Fans
* Built-in Speakers
* Water Bottle Holder
* 78.9″L x 35.5″W x 59.4″H
* Bluetooth® Enabled
* 10 year motor warranty

NordicTrack T8.5S


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

The NordicTrack 8.5 S comes with a 10-inch color HD toucscreen to view iFit studio workouts and your progress.


NordicTrack 1750 vs. T-Series T8.5S Console Comparison: The HD touchscreen of the T8.5S and 1750 are identical at 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 commercial 1750 and T8.5S have 50 onboard workout programs. The onboard programs 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 1750 is superior to the T-Series T8.5S, except for price. The 1750 model has a stronger motor, wider track, higher incline, negative decline, and larger rollers. Either treadmill will provide a solid workout for all users, including taller users (wide and long running belt), and runners.


For Runners: The NordicTrack 1750, and T8.5S have four key components for runners. This includes High User Weight Capacity (300 lbs.), a Long and Wide Running Deck, Incline Grade, and a Powerful Motor.


Top 5 Best Features of the NordicTrack 1750 & T8.5S Treadmills

  1. * HD Color Touchscreen
  2. * iFit, Coaching and Google Maps
  3. * Large, Powerful Motors
  4. * Powered Incline
  5. * Long and Wide Running Belt

NordicTrack 1750
Commercial Treadmill
NordicTrack T8.5S
T-Series
Home Treadmill
NordicTrack T9.5S
T-Series
Home Treadmill
NordicTrack 2450
Commercial Treadmill

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

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3.50 HP Motor
0-12% incline
– – –
10-inch LCD Display
1 yr. iFit Membership
50 Onboard Programs
20″ x 60″ Deck
300 lb. Max Weight
Bluetooth®
Heart Telemetry

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3.60 HP Motor
0-12% incline
– – –
14-inch LCD Display
1 yr. iFit Membership
24 Onboard Programs
20″ x 60″ Deck
300 lb. Max Weight
Bluetooth®
Heart Telemetry

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


The NordicTrack Commercial Treadmill Series with iFit classes (Video)


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