FreeMotion Fitness is another treadmill brand owned by ICON like other famous brands like NordicTrack or Proform, but the treadmills of this brand are better and have more feature than some cheap and discount brands of ICON Health and Fitness family. FreeMotion Fitness include the really very wide of treadmill prices starting with about 1200$ for the cheapest one and ending with the luxurious treadmill which costs $7000. To see the differences, just look at them:
As you can see, this large list of FreeMotion Fitness treadmills includes incline trainers and ordinary treadmills. I can see FreeMotion treadmill reviews and FreeMotion incline trainer reviews below:
FreeMotion t7.7 Reflex Treadmill Review
it’s the most expensive FreeMotion Fitness treadmill and I would say it’s the biggest one as well. It has the standard 0-12 MHP range of speed for expensive and advanced treadmills and -3-15% incline which means you can incline in both directions and make running harder or easier. In addition, you’ve got embedded in treadmill computer which allows you to go online and check the internet, read the news and also gives you full information about your workout. There are 9 Built-in Workout Programs with iFit Technology Built-in HD video and you can create your own workout program if you want. Surely, it has lots of small and convenient features to improve the level of comfort of your workout.
FreeMotion 890 Treadmill Review
FreeMotion 890 is a commercial treadmill with 15″ High-Definition TV and 10″ Full-Color Touch Display. The embedded computer is powered by android and allows you to use all android features during the workout. FreeMotion 890 has commercial strong 4.25 CHP motor which supports 0-12 MPH range of speed and -3-10% incline. The 22×60 running surface has SRSC which means Surface Response Suspension Cushioning. FreeMotion 890 also includes Dual-Grip Heart Rate Monitor with Polar Wireless Chest Strap, Commercial-Grade Tread belt, 3″ Precision Machined and Balanced Non-Flex Rear Roller and CoolAire Workout Fan. This treadmill is backed by a Lifetime Frame and Motor Warranty, 5-Year Parts Warranty and a 2-Year Labor Warranty. I would say it’s really good treadmill to buy if you are looking for the treadmill up to $2000.
Freemotion 6.4T Treadmill Review
Freemotion 6.4T is a big treadmill with 3.8 CHP Commercial Pro Motor and Full Color Touchscreen. It has Incline and Decline Controls and long running surface with Surface Response Suspension Cushioning technology. I wouldn’t recommend this model because you can buy FreeMotion 890 which is much better and costs only $200 more than this model, but the difference in characteristics is easily visible.
FreeMotion 860 Treadmill Review
FreeMotion 860 has an embedded computer powered by Android with 7″ Full-Color Touch Display. As previous models, it has 3.8 CHP Commercial Pro Motor and 22″ x 60″ running surface. Also, it includes Dual-Grip Heart Rate Monitor with Polar Wireless Chest Strap, Commercial-Grade Tread belt, CoolAire Workout Fan and 2.5″ Precision Machined and Balanced Non-Flex Rear Roller. Besides, FreeMotion 860 helps you to save some space with its special design. The iPod owners can easily listen to music on this treadmill. When you buy it, you get a Lifetime Frame and Motor Warranty, 5-Year Parts Warranty and a 2-Year Labor Warranty which is normal for all brands which sales high-quality treadmills mostly for home use. I would really recommend this treadmill.
Freemotion 6.2T Treadmill Review
FreeMotion 6.2T is almost the same as FreeMotion 860, but cheaper and has a weaker motor and it takes more space. It doesn’t go with warranty and some extra equipment, so it’s not worth to buy comparing with the treadmill above.
FreeMotion 850 Treadmill Review
FreeMotion 850 is the young model of FreeMotion 860 without a smart computer inside and weaker motor which makes FreeMotion $450 cheaper, but mostly they are the same. Notice that the treadmill has bad reviews probably because of bad build quality.
FreeMotion Commercial Treadmill with Workout TV Console Review
This commercial treadmill has quite impressive design and looks like an advanced treadmill. You can watch TV during the workout with it which is the main feature of the treadmill. It has the default for FreeMotion treadmills 0.5 – 12 MPH range of speed, 0-15% incline range and 22×60 running surface. Besides TV monitor, it has another monitor which shows your workout data such as Time, Segment Time, Pace, Distance, Calories, Watts, Heart Rate, percent Max. Heart Rate, Speed, Incline and Vertical Feet. It’s not suitable for home use and It seems like the company doesn’t sell it currently.
FreeMotion t6.0 Treadmill Review
FreeMotion t6.0 has the default FreeMotion treadmill characteristics which mean 0.5 – 12 MPH range of speed, -3 – 15% incline range and 22×60 running surface. You have quite large 10″ Full-Color Touch Screen Display powered by android and 38 workout programs for any kinds of person. Also, it supports Google Maps which means you can virtually run somewhere during the workout.
FreeMotion 530 Interactive Treadmill Review
It’s the cheapest FreeMotion treadmill with the normal characteristics for the price. It has 2.5 CHP motor with 0-10 MPH speed, 0-10% incline, 20×60 running surface and 20 preset running programs. It’s just ordinary mid-range treadmill.
If you are going to buy a FreeMotion treadmill, I would recommend you to choose FreeMotion 890, because you’ll get a good quality treadmill with a really strong motor. This model can be used as for home us as well as commercial. There are other models which are not included in this list and the company doesn’t currently sell them, but people still look for them, so I put some old models and their description below:
FreeMotion 1500 GS Treadmill Review
FreeMotion 1500 gs is one of the most popular FreeMotion treadmills, but unfortunately, you can’t buy it now online (maybe it will be available when you are reading this) so I suggest checking the link below first. It has a quite impressive motor and 7″ touch screen.
There are also lots of treadmills which are discontinued. I tried to make complete list of discontinued FreeMotion treadmills: