| NordicTrack Treadmill Reviews|
NordicTrack is a leading brand produced by ICON Health & Fitness. Its treadmills are especially known for their engaging iFit workouts. The full prices for NordicTrack treadmills range from $799 to $3,499 online and in stores.
| Sole Treadmill Reviews|
Sole Fitness is owned by the Taiwanese company Dyaco International. This popular treadmill brand stocks hotel fitness centers and residential workout rooms. Sole treadmills are sold at SoleTreadmills.com with sale prices as low as $899. Regular prices are up to $3,499.
| Cybex Treadmill Reviews|
Cybex International, Inc. manufactures high-end treadmills in the USA and distributes them worldwide. Cybex treadmills are designed especially for commercial settings but customers get a choice of residential, light commercial or commercial warranty. Prices start at around $5,000.
| Woodway Treadmill Review|
Woodway USA builds specialty treadmills known for their extraordinary performance, unique features and long-term value. Each can serve up to 150,000 miles before track maintenance is needed and some Woodway treadmills use zero electricity. Prices start at around $5,000.
| Octane Fitness "Zero Runner" Review|
Octane Fitness is a world-class brand based in Minnesota. Uniquely devoted to zero-impact cardio training, Octane builds powerful yet joint-friendly alternatives to treadmills and elliptical machines for residential and commercial gyms. Prices range from $2,299 to $6,299.
| Precor Treadmill Reviews|
Precor is a top international brand owned by the Finnish company Amer Sports Corporation. Precor’s residential and commercial treadmills combine high-end components with digital training technology and optional TVs. They are priced from about $2,000 to $8,700 in specialty stores.
| Life Fitness Treadmill Review|
Life Fitness is owned by Brunswick Corporation, a Chicago-based corporation established in 1845. Life Fitness treadmills are made for commercial and residential markets. They're priced from about $2,000 to $7,000 at specialty fitness retailers and through the Life Fitness website.
| ProForm Treadmill Review|
ProForm is a budget division of ICON Health & Fitness. It combines low treadmill prices with appealing features such as iFit and music speakers. ProForm treadmills are sold by various retailers and by the manufacturer at ProForm.com. Sale prices are as low as $599.
| Nautilus Treadmill Reviews|
Nautilus, Inc. is based in Vancouver, Washington. The company owns five brands including Nautilus, Bowflex and other fitness labels. Their Nautilus series of treadmills is for home use but approaches club quality. Sale prices are as low as $999 and warranties are competitive.
| LifeSpan Treadmill Review|
LifeSpan Fitness treadmills and treadmill desks are manufactured by PCE Fitness of Salt Lake City, Utah. These reputable products are made for residential, light commercial and commercial settings such as gyms and clinics. Prices range from $799 to $7,495.
| Landice Treadmill Review|
Landice is a high-end treadmill company based in New Jersey. Customization is a brand hallmark; Landice sells each residential and commercial treadmill with a choice of four consoles and other options. Prices start at $3,695 and are lowest with Landice's online treadmill builder.
| Horizon Fitness Treadmill Reviews|
Horizon Fitness is owned by Johnson Health Tech and based in Cottage Grove, Wisconsin. Horizon treadmills fit a wide range of needs and include ViaFit connectivity for scenic interactive video training. Prices run from $999 to $2,499 in sporting goods stores and online.
| Star Trac Treadmill Review|
StarTrac is based in Irvine, California and distributes commercial treadmills worldwide. Compared with most other treadmills, StarTrac's maintenance-free units have more powerful motors, higher weight capacities and higher top speeds. Some have infinite preset workout combinations. Prices start around $3,500.
| Smooth Fitness Treadmill Reviews|
Smooth Fitness was recently purchased by ICON Health & Fitness. Its reputable treadmills combine durability with engaging features such as virtual training and LCD TVs. Smooth treadmills are sold online and in specialty fitness stores. Discounts at SmoothFitness.com price the treadmills from $899 to $3,999.
| Bowflex Treadmill Reviews|
Bowflex is a division of Nautilus, Inc. and is headquartered in Vancouver, Washington. This brand appeals to walkers with its unique treadmill alternative, the calorie-torching Bowflex TreadClimber. Customers can buy TreadClimbers at various places online or shop the old-fashioned way at Sears. Prices range from $2,599 to $3,999.
| Vision Treadmill Reviews|
Vision Fitness is a premium brand owned by Johnson Health Tech and headquartered in Wisconsin. Its home treadmills are sold with a variety of console choices and are priced from about $2,000 to $6,000. Vision Fitness treadmills are sold in specialty fitness stores and online.
| FreeMotion Fitness Review|
FreeMotion Fitness, along with NordicTrack and several other fitness brands, is owned by ICON Health & Fitness. It caters to an elite crowd and offers treadmills with touch-screens, Internet browsers and HDTV. Prices on residential and commercial models range from $2,799 to $7,995.
| True Fitness Treadmill Reviews|
True is based in St. Louis, Missouri and manufactures treadmills for residential and commercial use. True treadmills are priced from about $2,000 to $6,000. They are available through dealers found on the brand's website.
| BH Fitness Treadmill Review|
BH Fitness is a multinational fitness company headquartered in northern Spain. Its lineup includes basic to luxurious residential, light commercial and full commercial treadmills. Some units feature iConcept, which can integrate a tablet computer with workouts. Prices start at $1,499.
| 3G Cardio Treadmill Review|
3G Cardio is based in Phoenix and distributes treadmills through top fitness retailers nationwide. The 3G treadmill range includes three residential models priced from $1,699 to $3,999. One is foldable, one feels especially commercial, and all are appropriate for runners.
| Matrix Treadmill Reviews|
Matrix Fitness builds high quality trainers for commercial and home use. Their residential lineup has excellent folding and non-folding treadmills, all with two-ply tracks and a choice of consoles. Special options include mobile apps, interactive video to simulate outdoor training, and much more. Sale prices start at $2,399 and include great warranties.
| Bodycraft Treadmill Review|
Bodycraft is headquartered in central Ohio and caters to residential and light commercial markets. Its treadmills are known for adjustable track cushioning, overall high quality and long warranties. Prices range from $2,199 to $2,999.
| Golds Gym Treadmill Reviews|
Gold's Gym is an economy line owned by ICON Health & Fitness and carried by discount retailers such as Wal-Mart. While the name might inspire visions of vigorous training, Gold’s Gym home treadmills are meant for casual use. Sale prices start around $400.
| Fuel Treadmill Reviews|
Fuel home treadmills are price-conscious yet durable. They’re made overseas in Fuel Fitness’s own manufacturing plants and are backed with good customer service. Dick’s Sporting Goods is the only official retailer. In stores and online, Fuel treadmill sale prices are as low as $599.
| Endurance Treadmill Reviews|
Endurance treadmills are imported by Body-Solid of Forest Park, Illinois. Prices range from $1,425 for the Endurance orthopedic treadmill, which is meant for gentle physical therapy, to more than $4,000 for a club quality runner’s treadmill. Each unit is sold with generous residential and commercial warranties.
| Reebok Treadmill Reviews|
Reebok is an affordable fitness equipment brand owned by ICON in Utah. Reebok treadmills are feature-rich with options such as wireless heart rate monitoring, iFit and Android browsers. Some carry strong warranties. Online prices range from $699 to $1,999.
| HealthRider Treadmill Review|
HealthRider treadmills are manufactured by ICON Health & Fitness, a US-based world leader in fitness equipment production. The HealthRider treadmill collection is diverse and priced from $499 to $2,999. The products are sold on HealthRider’s website and by various retailers.
| Bladez Treadmill Review|
Bladez is a division of the European manufacturer BH Fitness and specializes in residential treadmills. Bladez treadmills are foldable, have Bluetooth connections and offer excellent workout variety. Sale prices are as low as $850. Full price is up to $2,799.
| SportsArt Treadmill Review|
SportsArt is based in Woodinville, Washington. It distributes well-made commercial and home treadmills online and in specialty fitness stores. Each model has a 15% incline, a long track and wireless telemetry. SportsArt treadmills are priced from $2,999 to $5,299.
| Spirit Treadmill Review|
Spirit is owned by Taiwan-based Dyaco International and caters to mid-level residential and commercial markets. With up to 10-year parts warranties, Spirit treadmills offer excellent value. They are sold online and in specialty fitness stores for about $1,800 to $4,500.
| Sears Treadmill Reviews|
Sears carries treadmills from more than 20 brands including Landice, NordicTrack, ProForm and Sole. Its wide online selection includes everything from discount treadmills to club quality trainers. Sears has some great treadmill deals but doesn’t necessarily carry the latest models or outdo manufacturers' offers.
| Yowza Treadmill Review|
Yowza Fitness is based in Daytona, Florida. The company sells direct to consumers and provides long warranties on its home treadmills. Their folding and non-folding treadmills are priced between $799 and $1,999. Yowza treadmills are sold at YowzaFitness.com.
| AFG Treadmill Review|
AFG, or Advance Fitness Group, is a Taiwan-based company specializing in home treadmills for walkers and runners. Folding and non-folding models are available. Each AFG treadmill has an incline and carries a long warranty. Prices range from $999 to $3,099.
| Xterra Fitness Treadmill Reviews|
XTERRA Fitness’s treadmills are produced by the Taiwanese company Dyaco International. Dyaco also makes Spirit, Sole and Fuel treadmills. All XTERRA treadmills are foldable and designed for home use. Sale prices at XTERRAFitness.com are as low are $799.
| Epic Treadmill Reviews|
Epic is among many brands owned by ICON Health & Fitness. While Epic treadmills often look great on paper, they tend to earn disappointing reviews. These treadmills are sold at Wal-Mart and on Amazon for about $1,000 to $2,000.
| Merit Treadmill Review|
Merit is an economical treadmill brand produced by Johnson Health Technology, a Wisconsin-based company known for great customer service. These treadmills sell for less than $500 and are meant for beginners.
| Ironman Treadmill Review|
Ironman treadmills were manufactured by Keys Fitness, a Dallas-based company that owns a number of fitness brands and exports to dozens of countries. Ironman treadmills can be durable bargains for shoppers with lower budgets. However, customer service for Keys Fitness products is weak.
| Schwinn Treadmill Review|
Schwinn treadmills are manufactured by Nautilus, Inc., a Washington-based world leader in fitness equipment production. Nautilus is phasing out this Schwinn treadmill series but continues to offer folding treadmills for walkers and joggers. Schwinn treadmills are sold for less than $1,000 by various retailers online and in stores.
| Livestrong Treadmill Reviews|
Until mid-2014 LiveStrong home treadmills were sold widely in the US. The collection fits a wide range of needs and was priced from $799 to $1,699. The top models can connect with a home TV to display interactive video. Now that distribution has been limited, warranties for these treadmills might carry little weight.
| Weslo Treadmill Review|
Weslo is an ICON Health & Fitness economy line. Its discount treadmills typically cost less than $500 and do not include warranties.They're sold directly from Weslo online and are carried by retailers such as Brookstone, Fry’s Electronics and Wal-Mart.