ProForm SMART Pro 2000 Treadmill Review

ProForm SMART Pro 2000 Treadmill Review

By J. Maki 

Overview

At a cost hovering around $1500 dollars, the investment required for the SMART Pro 2000 is well worth it. In comparison to the Carbon Series treadmills by ProForm, the SMART Pro 2000 is strong in all of the key areas, in addition to possessing the bells and whistles to make it an innovative and engaging model. 

All the Right Things in All the Right Places

Durable, spacious, and strong. Three words that can be used to describe the SMART Pro 2000. 

The unit can handle users up to 300 pounds, and the machine itself is big at 320 pounds. Yet even though this is a large and resilient machine, it has the ability to be folded up and rolled away. This is tremendously helpful in terms of space and storage in your home. 

The running belt is both wide and long at 22” x 60”, so it can accommodate longer strides and give you the confidence that you won’t step off the belt and onto the side platforms as you walk or run. 

And when it comes to the motor, the SMART Pro 2000, its 3.5 continuous duty motor is powerful enough to sustain intense training regimens, so it will be more than capable to handle high mileages and intensities.

Up and Down

The SMART Pro 2000 has the capability of inclining up to 15%, and beneficially, it can also decline by -3%.. When utilizing the iFit program, your incline and decline will adjust with the running terrain. So if you are running up a mountain, the 2000 will adjust accordingly, and will also do so when you begin your descent on the other side. 

That’s just flat out cool.

Worth Your Research (and Investment)

The SMART Pro 2000 is an excellent treadmill, and I highly encourage you to thoroughly consider this model. Read through the rest of this review, but continue your investigation elsewhere to learn more, as this is a model that will deliver consistent results.

What makes the SMART Pro 2000 unique?

There is a lot here to like, but the incline and decline features are great for replicating the types of terrain one would encounter running outside. While running on an incline is a great way to increase the intensity of a workout, the decline option is a nice touch to simulate what can be encountered when running in a race like a 5K, half-marathon, or marathon.

What is the SMART Pro 2000 missing?

Display size, especially since iFit is promoted as a feature of the 2000, could be increased. At 7”, its not terrible, but it could be larger. However, in the overall picture of the model, it’s a detail that can be overlooked. 

General Specifications

User Weight Capacity300 pounds 
Unit Weight320 pounds 
Model Dimensions79” x 39.15” x 71.4”
FoldabilityYes, has wheels to roll unit, too 
Running Belt22” x 60” 
Motor3.5 Continuous Duty Horsepower Mach Z Commercial Motor 
Rollers 2.5”
Display7” high definition touchscreen display 
TechnologyiFit capable, includes 1-year family membership; 2 built-in speakers; Bluetooth compatible 
Preloaded Workouts50
Maximum Speed12 mph 
InclineYes, up to 15%
DeclineYes, declines to -3%
Shock AbsorptionProShox Cushioning 
FanYes 
Heart Rate MonitorYes, built-in hand grips 
Warranty10-year frame, 2-year parts, and 1-year labor

What are customers saying about the Proform SMART Pro 2000 Treadmill? (from Amazon)

  • “Wide and long running space and motor seems really strong as well as sturdy incline/decline.”
  • “Touch screen is not easy to work, especially in motion.”
  • “So this treadmill is amazing. I honestly didn’t know all the great options it has until I got on it. They have so many IFIT programs that can accommodate anyone’s fitness level and a good variety. The trainers are motivating and helpful.”
  • “This is one of the best things I’ve ever bought! The pre programmed workouts have speed preset so I don’t need to worry about slowing/accelerating every minute.”
  • “Very sturdy and VERY quiet.”
  • “This thing is HUGE…. It takes up half my entire living room.”   

What is your experience with the Proform SMART Pro 2000 Treadmill? 

We want to know your experience with the Proform SMART Pro 2000 Treadmill! Please provide your feedback below and share with those considering this model! Also, if you have any questions about the SMART Pro 2000, let us know, and we will do our best to answer them!


Would you like to have my personalized recommendation on whether or not the Proform SMART Pro 2000 Treadmill is right for you? Email me at jmaki@thetrustedtreadmill.com

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