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Nordictrack Treadmill A2105 Treadmill Review

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Nordictrack Treadmill A2105 Treadmill Review
Economy treadmills typically fall into the $800 or less category, but even econo-NordicTracks are closer to $1,000. Photo Credit inifinity health and condition concept with running woman image by .shock from <a href='http://www.fotolia.com'>Fotolia.com</a>

The NordicTrack A2105 treadmill, according to the Treadmill Advisor, is a space-saver model of Icon Fitness's line of equipment. Although its pricing puts it in more of the economy-line, it offers a variety of extra features and cushioning technology for joint comfort.


With a 20-inch-by-55-inch running belt, a 1.75 CHP drive motor and 16 preset fitness programs, this space-saving, fold-up treadmill has more than the basic economy features, notes Treadmill Advisor.


As of 2010, the NordicTrack A2105 treadmill retails for about $1,100, according to Treadmill Doctor, putting it on the economy side of the NordicTrack line. While other treadmill manufactures market economy lines between $500 and $800, Treadmill Ratings Reviews notes that the NordicTrack line is known for being Icon Fitness' premium treadmill line and is expected to be pricier.


Treadmill Ratings Reviews says the A2105 Treadmill's weight limits might be inflated, and the engine power might not hold up to strenuous workouts or heavier weights. It recommends obtaining an extended warranty to cover those parts and labor issues.

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