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NordicTrack Elite 3700 Treadmill
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NordicTrack Elite 3700 Treadmill

Item# 00624932000P | Model# 24932 | Added on September 20, 2013 | Seller: Sears.com
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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
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by Dan-Man79
February 3rd, 2014
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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by LoisCurry
April 25th, 2014
Disappointed

I bought this treadmill less than a month ago and used it twice before it broke within the first week. I also had problems with the electronic console. Thankfully I bought the 5 year warranty and Nordic Track is sending me a replacement. If this continues I will not buy another Nordic product again!

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Zachary Moro
March 22nd
hammzone

So far so good.

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This is a nice treadmill,

Here is what I Like about it.

1. I am larger 240 lbs and there is no slippage in the belt, when I clop along.

2. The workouts are OK I don't use them a lot, but my wife loves them.

3. I bought it mainly for the drive components and deck (again cause I am a Clydesdale). Both of these are awesome. I love that you can lock out the deck to make it more like running on pavement. This is what I believe is what I am paying more for, and because I think this is a good area to invest in for me and my needs, I give this treadmill a 5 in this department.

4. I also love the power of the motor so that I don't feel like I am slipping when running.

The main complaints that I have with the main board are.
1. I don't think the pulse pads are very accurate. I wear a HRM and the treadmill always saying my pulse is way below my HRM monitor. It also seems to take a lot longer to reflect a somewhat close range, way longer than the treadmills at the YMCA or my old one.

2. The board doesn't show PACE. I have never had a treadmill that doesn't show you pace per mile when adjusting speed. I confirmed with NordicTrack support that its not available. I resolved this by making a chart so that I know my pace. I tend to not always run at the same speed.

3. The details should be more customizable. I don't run with an incline much, but the distance and elevation share the same window and scroll back and forth too fast. I would like to turn off some scrolling for the items I don't use like elevation gain. I would rather not have elevation gain, but rather have pace.

4. The center progress graph tracks a lot of cool things, but if you press stop because you have to tend to a child or grab some water, instead of resuming where it left off, its spikes the graph and starts all over.

5. The fan on it isn't anything better than cheaper models.

January 28th via sears.com
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January 20th
NortyR

Good motor and decline, very poor warrantee service

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I took off 2 points because of all the repairs and problematic repair service, I especially liked the power of the motor, and the decline. Being able to walk or run down really stretches and warms you up. The fan does't work very well, the speakers are poor, the display is too bright and unadjustable, the on off switch is in an inconvenient place, it bunches up the pad because of the way it drags it close when you decline it. It gives little shocks, the lower shelves are not level enough to put a cup of water. IFit is not easy to use. On the plus side the targets (buttons) are large enough to find and press, if there is a light source to see. But all that is not as important as the powerful motor, because if you walk up hill slowly, you want that, and the ability to decline by 3 degrees is very nice, but it has needed a lot of repairs that the warrantee service requires the user to repair with free parts (It feels like they are throwing parts like spaghetti to see which one fixes it).

January 15th via sears.com
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jghays

Good buy

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This was a big buy. It's a lot of money to drop. But overall, it's been great so far. The one thing, is that the machine started to make this CRAZY loud squeaking sound about 3 weeks after instillation. I called (I bought the extra warranty) and the woman said it was the orange shocks under the machine and they needed replacement. I thought that was odd as it was brand new. She sent the new shocks out and sent my info to a local guy to fix it. He called me and we scheduled an appointment. He came out, diagnosed it as NOT the shocks, and fixed it in about 30 minutes. It was some of the places inside the machine where major components come together. They hadn't been greased well. He said the people installing should have done it better. So if you have Sears install, make sure they guys installing grease all the connecting parts to the running board.

Now it's quiet (but not silent....I mean, it's a treadmill...it makes noise), and I love all the features. The easy way I can switch speeds is great, the speakers and hook up for music or tv (on my ipad) is wonderful. And the fan is...okay. I wish it was adjustable. It hits me in a weird spot. ONe reviewer said she was too short. I feel too tall. So if you are totally average height, you will love the fan. But that's not a deal breaker.

Overall, great machine....so far. I have only had for about 3 months.

November 4th, 2014 via sears.com
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Allensj

Good product, but...

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The machine works well but is very noisy and the fan is built for tall people. If you are shorter that 5'5", the fan is of little use. You also have to buy the I-Fit subscription at an additional $99 per year in order to take advantage of the different exercise modulars. The I-Fit purchase is only worth it if you are an avid runner. For me it would have been nice to have a timer modular that would automatically change the incline when walking.

August 29th, 2014 via sears.com
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lizard27

Love it!

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August 19th, 2014 via sears.com
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jnlayne

Great!

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Everything I expected an more.

August 19th, 2014 via sears.com
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starfish1710

Treadmill 3700

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It works great but I do wish The timer went longer then a hour.

August 15th, 2014 via sears.com
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bratgirl

treadmill

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Really easy to set up and operate. Helps staying in shape east even in bad weather.

August 12th, 2014 via sears.com
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LTV

After only 6 months, the speed increase button stopped working.

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After only 6 months of normal use, the increase speed button stopped working. The warranty covered a new control board, but it was out of stock. After being without use of the treadmill for approximately a month, 2 weeks of waiting for the board, we received and installed the new control board (warranty does not cover the installation). It's currently working, but it's only been about a week with the new part installed, so we'll see how it goes long-term.

August 7th, 2014 via sears.com
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Cmhmaas

Good treadmill

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Works very well. Only problem is that I'm shorter and the fan blows above where I need it.

August 6th, 2014 via sears.com
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Kissofarose23

Great Treadmill!

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This treadmill is awesome! it hasn't given me any issues as of yet. It wasn't hard to assemble, as long as you follow the instructions & have a minimum of 2 people assembling it, you should be fine. The speakers are mediocre, especially since you can only listen to music through one speaker (so I would suggest using headphones.) But overall, this treadmill runs smoothly & catches speed pretty quick, although I can't say the same for incline, but that's expected in most treadmills. I've researched quite a few treadmills online & so far I am satisfied with my decision on this one, as I've seen other treadmills (in this price range) that wasn't up to par.

August 4th, 2014 via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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poochy07

excellent workout equipment

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My husband and I researched all treadmills before purchasing this one. It is easy to use and it has many features that suit form the occasional walker to the more advanced runner. We are very satisfied. Great product for the money.

August 4th, 2014 via sears.com
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franciscoferreyra

To get in shape

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This in an excellent adquisition to get in good shape

August 4th, 2014 via sears.com
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phinman007

Awesome treadmill!

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Plenty of room to run regarding both width and length. Very soft running surface, smooth ride and quiet. Computer interface board is user friendly and has numerous options. Can easily raise running track up with one hand to store out of the way when not in use. Super price for the quality treadmill that you get. Very nice!

July 22nd, 2014 via sears.com
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Stefyh22

Disappointed-Issues on arrival

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We've had our treadmill right around a month and we've already had issues, which is very disappointing considering the price paid and the amount of time it took us to decide on one. As soon as we got the treadmill, we could tell there was a problem. When using the incline/decline there was a ridiculously loud and horrible noise. I'm not sure "grinding" is the correct term, but that's what comes to mind. We calibrated it and tried trouble-shooting. The noise seemed better, but was still there. Then two weeks ago the incline/decline began malfunctioning in multiple ways. Midway through a workout it would get stuck in one position. It would say it was changing, but it was staying in the same position. It would also randomly "change" incline/decline positions on it's own-again it wasn't actually changing positions at all, but continued to say it was changing them on the screen. Despite trying to re-calibrate it, it is stuck in an incline position and will not move. You can still hear the terrible noise as it attempts to, but it is completely malfunctioning. Customer service has thus far been very unhelpful. The rep had us attempt to re-calibrate again, which was unsuccessful and then had us take the cover off and check different wires, etc. When she heard the terrible noise it was making, she told us she would send us the parts to fix it ourselves. For the amount of money we paid, in addition to the warranty on the treadmill (parts and labor) I'm not sure why they can't send a technician out to fix it. Neither of us have been trained, nor are we being paid, to fix the parts on a treadmill. We also both work and don't have or want to spend the time working on it, when they should be the ones fixing it. It's been about a week since we spoke with them and we have yet to even receive the parts. I have very little doubt that when we get the parts, we will have to call customer service back again. The warranty package promises the warranty "ensures quicker customer service" and "puts a network of 1,000 registered service technicians at your fingertips". Right now, we are questioning the point of the warranty, as both of the above have failed to be true. I really think this is a good treadmill and I'm disappointed that ours came in the condition it did. We work out 4-5 days a week and this has been extremely frustrating.

July 22nd, 2014 via sears.com
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booga_booga

Amazing treadmill so far...

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So I must say this is a solid tread mill. It was a HUGE upgrade from my previous 347s proform. the 22in wide deck I love. I have used everything on the treadmill and everything works very well.The shock absorption I love on this thing and the speed of the incline and how quiet the motor is. The sound system bumps. The fan really moves some air. I am really truly completely pleased with this treadmill right now but we will see how long it will last because these nordic tracks have a history of having a bad display. Will update in the future.

July 14th, 2014 via sears.com
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ruth2645

Sears and Nordic Trac

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I had the 3800 for many years but finally had to let it go when it needed too much in repair. The 3700 was the obvious replacement so I went online and was sucked in with the free shipping. The box will be dumped into your house for free but if you want it put together and set up, it will cost you $45. I was forced to either cancel my order or pay the $45, which of course I did. This was supposed to include assembly and instruction on using it. The young man in charge went through the instructions, it was so fast that he didn't get everything so my husband asked a couple questions. The young man was in a rush to leave and was impatient when questioned. I like the treadmill, although it is much louder than the old one. This will definitely be the last purchase I make from Sears. I am glad I didn't use my Sears card to pay for this so I can chop it up.

July 14th, 2014 via sears.com
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spoe917455

Nordic Track

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We all really like the tread mill. The track is nice and wide for running. My wife and daughter use it almost every day. We replaced an older unit with a narrower belt with this one and it is so much nicer. My daughter plugs in her Ipod into the machine and uses the treadmill speakers. Overall a very sturdy unit.

July 14th, 2014 via sears.com
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