Top Treadmills by Consumer Reviewers

Treadmills are a good solution in times when you don't want to hit the gym or when you can't run outside because the weather isn't good. If you want a treadmill that is easy to fold and store or one that has a lot of advanced features and built-in programs, checking the listings at IntelliReview is a great place to begin your search. We formulate our list of the top treadmills by looking at various websites and compiling only the best of the best. Unlike other review websites, we pay attention to both positive and negative reviews. We call this rating consumer passion. In addition, we also provide valuable information regarding each model. When you look below, you are going to find treadmills that are easy to fold up and store as well as larger ones meant for a dedicated workout space. Whatever you need, IntelliReview ensures that you are only dealing with top notch products. Our proprietary system is unlike anything you have seen before. It allows us to create intelligent lists of the most popular items in many different product categories, including exercise equipment and treadmills. If you are ready for a treadmill that is durable and at the same time, easy to set up, browse our product listing below.

Ranking Updated: December 2015
  1. Treadmills may either be automatic (motor-driven) or manual. Motor driven treadmills can drive the belt faster and at higher inclines for a more challenging workout than a manual can, but noise can also be a factor with them.
  2. Consider treadmills with belt sizes 20 inches and above in width and 55-58 inches in length for all-purpose use.
  3. Impact absorption is also a key consideration, since too little will have you ending up with very sore legs and knees. Some models have elastometers while others have springs inside the chassis.
  4. Pre-programmed routines in your treadmill will help you maximize your workout.
  • ProForm Power 995 I Electronic 3.0CHP Foldup Treadmill

    ProForm Power 995 I Electronic 3.0CHP Foldup Treadmill

    129 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Most popular
     Price: $1999.00  See It

    Pros: Good build quality, iFit-compatible, Quiet, Stable
    Cons: Heavy, Time consuming assembly, Console is placed too high

    Review: iFit-compatible, the ProForm Power 995 I treadmill guarantees supercharged workouts by giving you access to unlimited workout programs and Google Maps routes. Although iFit requires subscription and setting it up can be tricky, this feature alone makes burning calories more challenging and fun. It simulates running and walking uphill or downhill, and allows you go to any place you've never been. The treadmill’s quiet 3.0 CHP Mach Z Commercial Plus Motor can withstand heavy use and the 20" x 60" 1-Ply Commercial Tread Belt enables users to extend their stride without worrying about falling off the treadmill. Boasting a 350 Lb. Weight Capacity, the ProForm Power 995 I can be larger and heavier than expected. You should be committed to keeping it in the same corner or place as it is difficult to move around. With EasyLift Assist though, you can free up some space when needed by easily folding the treadmill up after use. Assembly can be time consuming but instructions are clear and easy to comprehend. ProForm makes high quality exercise equipment and this particular model is no different. A 3-Year Warranty on parts and 1 year on labor are included, while the frame and motor are both backed by a lifetime warranty. The ProForm Power 995 I can handle a maximum speed of 12 mph. It features a 7" Backlit Display and QuickSpeed buttons for total convenience, and offers excellent impact absorption, even at the highest speed and elevation, thanks to ProShox Cushioning. The Integrated Tablet Holder safely holds your gadget so you can easily use your workout tools or watch TV shows or movies while walking or running. The built-in 2-inch speakers are a welcome addition too, allowing you to hook up an iPod or other portable music players. Sound quality is acceptable but not close to high definition home theatre or audio equipment. The placement of the console is also too high, making it less ideal if you’re on the short side.