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NordicTrack Elite 3700 Treadmill
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NordicTrack Elite 3700 Treadmill

Item# 00624932000P | Model# 24932 | Added on September 21, 2013 | Source: Sears.com | Available At 3 Sellers
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Amp it Up with the NordicTrack Elite 3700 Interactive Treadmill Equipped with the best fitness technology available and banning the boredom of working out, the NordicTrack elite 3700 interactive treadmill puts your goals well within reach. The Intermix Acoustics™ Sound System on the treadmill features two high quality three-inch speakers for amazing sound, delivering the inspiration to press “start” and the motivation to keep moving. Plug in your iPod, ditch your ear buds and turn up the volume for a fun way to workout.
This interactive treadmill with speakers is a performer. Turn up the intensity with one touch controls to take your speed up to 12 miles per hour and your incline up to 15 percent. iFit compatible, it helps you get much more out of each workout. A big 3.5 continuous horsepower motor with commercial components powers your workout with quiet consistency that never interferes with your music.

  • The Nordictrack Elite 3700 Interactive Treadmill makes your workouts fun with the Intermix Acoustics™ Sound System with three inch speakers that are iPod compatible
  • Has a powerful 3.5 HP motor that is quiet and smooth
  • 1-Touch™ Controls allows you to speed up to 12 miles per hour and increase the incline to 15%
  • FlexSelect™ Cushioning allows you to adjust the surface for superior impact reduction and joint comfort
  • 7" Backlit Display shows speed, time, distance, pulse and calories burned
  • Compatible with iFit Technology for better workouts
  • Features 34 built-in
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by Dan-Man79
February 3rd
Excellent treadmill with modest whistles and bells

Like most of you reading this, I did a lot of on-line research before making a purchase. It seems there is no perfect treadmill in a modest price range. I read professional reviews which contain a large number of Icon machines under various names (Proform, Nordictrack etc.) and decided on Nordictrack/Icon with the Proform 995 as a runner up. The extra 10% Sears discount helped me decide on the Elite 3700 by Nordictrack. I?m a ?DIY? guy so customer service reviews don?t scare me off do long as they send out the parts I need while under warranty. Treadmill was delivered to the end of my driveway so I had to get it in my basement. The 200+ LB Deck/motor unit is heavy and difficult to grab onto. We used cargo straps Slung under unit as handles to provide a good two handed grip which made stairs much easier. In hindsight, the assembly fee may have been money well spent but I?m a hard core DIY guy (translated to cheap by my wife). Assembly took about 3 hours not including leveling my baseme nt floor. All holes matched up perfectly for a stable treadmill free of annoying rattles. Some holes appeared misaligned at first but once they were snapped in properly the holes matched up perfectly every time. Finger tight all hex drive bolts first to avoid cross tread and use only hand tools, no motorized. There are 18 self tapping Phillips screws that drive into hard plastic. Hard plastic is nice as it won?t break but makes for difficult assembly. Use a quality Phillips #2 screwdriver (new) with a large comfortable handle to produce torque. I leveled my basement floor using the 12? stick tiles, .39 cents each at HD. The front of the unit is about 3x3 feet and the rear of the unit has adjustable feet to level the rear deck. I used 24 tiles in the process. Treadmill display is monochrome giving the basic feedback. This works for me as I did not want to pay for color screens and have to interest in surfing the internet while running. I watch TV while running or Velcro my iPad to the console for ip TV. Deck is very stable and, in my humble opinion, looks to be top quality. It is a full one inch thick with two cushion settings. I don?t know the material but know it is very ridged. Deck makes noises while running if the rear feet are not sitting perfectly against the floor. Aligning them is an easy turn of the adjustable feet and back to quiet. Motor holds up nicely! It gets to speed fairly quickly. I am 210 LBs and run about 6 MPH. If I lose synch the motor never changes sound, just keep humming along. My previous treadmill would complain and take time to get back up to speed. Motor has not trouble moving the 22? wide belt (which is fantastic in itself) Treadmill runs quiet, most of the noise produced is from my feet hitting the deck. I have only a few days with the treadmill but love it so far. I?m normally difficult to please but feel good about this purchase, would not make another choice given the opportunity. I looked at Sole, Smooth and decided on Icon due to their experience and resources.

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Christopher2
RATED

Stopped Working

I purchased this item for my wife interest free financing with Sears. She used it for about a week before the console stopped working. I hadn't even made the first payment, and now I am making payments on a broken treadmill. Be warned that Sears does not have the same return policy on treadmills as other items. I am waiting for NordicTrack to send a new console.

16 days ago via sears.com
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beachgirl2u
RATED

Great Buy

The treadmill is exactly as described, it was delivered earlier this week and we assembled. Tried it out and it is equal if not better to the treadmill at our local gym!

22 days ago via sears.com
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amber bellamy
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February 23rd
Dan-Man79
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Excellent treadmill with modest whistles and bells

Like most of you reading this, I did a lot of on-line research before making a purchase. It seems there is no perfect treadmill in a modest price range. I read professional reviews which contain a large number of Icon machines under various names (Proform, Nordictrack etc.) and decided on Nordictrack/Icon with the Proform 995 as a runner up. The extra 10% Sears discount helped me decide on the Elite 3700 by Nordictrack. I?m a ?DIY? guy so customer service reviews don?t scare me off do long as they send out the parts I need while under warranty.
Treadmill was delivered to the end of my driveway so I had to get it in my basement. The 200+ LB Deck/motor unit is heavy and difficult to grab onto. We used cargo straps Slung under unit as handles to provide a good two handed grip which made stairs much easier. In hindsight, the assembly fee may have been money well spent but I?m a hard core DIY guy (translated to cheap by my wife).
Assembly took about 3 hours not including leveling my baseme
nt floor. All holes matched up perfectly for a stable treadmill free of annoying rattles. Some holes appeared misaligned at first but once they were snapped in properly the holes matched up perfectly every time. Finger tight all hex drive bolts first to avoid cross tread and use only hand tools, no motorized. There are 18 self tapping Phillips screws that drive into hard plastic. Hard plastic is nice as it won?t break but makes for difficult assembly. Use a quality Phillips #2 screwdriver (new) with a large comfortable handle to produce torque. I leveled my basement floor using the 12? stick tiles, .39 cents each at HD. The front of the unit is about 3x3 feet and the rear of the unit has adjustable feet to level the rear deck. I used 24 tiles in the process.
Treadmill display is monochrome giving the basic feedback. This works for me as I did not want to pay for color screens and have to interest in surfing the internet while running. I watch TV while running or Velcro my iPad to the console for ip TV.
Deck is very stable and, in my humble opinion, looks to be top quality. It is a full one inch thick with two cushion settings. I don?t know the material but know it is very ridged. Deck makes noises while running if the rear feet are not sitting perfectly against the floor. Aligning them is an easy turn of the adjustable feet and back to quiet.
Motor holds up nicely! It gets to speed fairly quickly. I am 210 LBs and run about 6 MPH. If I lose synch the motor never changes sound, just keep humming along. My previous treadmill would complain and take time to get back up to speed. Motor has not trouble moving the 22? wide belt (which is fantastic in itself)
Treadmill runs quiet, most of the noise produced is from my feet hitting the deck.
I have only a few days with the treadmill but love it so far. I?m normally difficult to please but feel good about this purchase, would not make another choice given the opportunity. I looked at Sole, Smooth and decided on Icon due to their experience and resources.

February 3rd via sears.com
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