ProForm Premier 700 Treadmill
Strive to be your best with the Premier 700 treadmill from Pro-Form®. Featuring a multi-window LED display along with digital QuickSpeed® and Quick Incline™ controls, this console includes several controllable buttons to customize your workout to your specific needs. Simply access one of the 24 on-board workouts, or create your own with Google Maps™ Street View and iFit® Coach technology.
*iFit Membership isn't included, sold separately.
- 2.75 CHP Mach Z™ commercial motor (see below for definition and tips on how to select the right treadmill)
- iFit® coach* ready™
- Multi-window led display
- 24 on-board workouts
- Coolaire™ workout fan
- Integrated tablet holder with Device Grip™ design
- EKG grip pulse heart rate sensor
- 50.8 cm x 152.4 cm (20 in. x 60 in.) tread belt
- 0 – 19 km/h (0 – 12 mph) digital QuickSpeed® control
- 0 – 12% digital Quick Incline™ control
- Proshox™ cushioning
- 4.8 cm (1.9 in.) balanced rollers
- SpaceSaver® design with EasyLift™ assist
- Audio auxiliary port
- Weight capacity: 147.4 kg (325 lb.)
- Dimensions (L x W x H):
- 200.7 cm x 91.4 cm x 165.1 cm (79 in. x 36 in. x 65 in.)
- Folded: 121.9 cm x 91.4 cm x 200.7 cm (48 in. x 36 in. x 79 in.)
- Weight: 98.4 kg (217 lb.)
- Frame and motor: For as long as the original purchaser owns the product
- Parts: 2 years
- Labour: 1 year
Helpful tips and definitions for selecting the appropriate treadmill to suit your needs:
CHP (continuous horsepower): The maximum horsepower that the motor can produce while in continuous motion:
1.75 CHP or less: Recommended for 2 hours or less per week of jogging and/or running use, or unlimited walking use
2.0 to 2.5 CHP: Recommended for 3 to 5 hours per week of jogging and/or running use
3 CHP or more: Recommended for 5 or more hours per week of jogging and/or running use
Note: Users weighing more than 90.7 kg (200 lb.) may want to consider upgrading to the next higher CHP level depending on their needs.
- Continuous Horsepower (“CHP”) is a term used in the treadmill industry for consumer comparison purposes. The CHP rating is measured in laboratory testing using a dynamometer, which measures the mechanical power of the motor. The CHP rating does not denote the operational horsepower of the treadmill in ordinary household use. In ordinary household use, the motor does not operate at the horsepower shown.
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