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Nordic Track C2400

by Chris

What a useless machine. I originally bought an older model (C2100?) that broke so many times that they replaced it with the C2400...which has had the same abysmal results. I've broken the walking deck FIVE times on this machine so far in the less than two years that I've owned it. I've also broken several tension belts and right now the motor is broken as it dismounted at FULL RUNNING SPEED and stopped the machine dead in it's tracks.

The average repair time is 4-6 weeks with the time it takes for them to send out a tech, get the parts ordered, ship them to my home and then reschedule the tech to come out and replace them.

The only reason I've kept the machine so long is that they don't offer any sort of money back option, just an allowance towards another one of their terrible products.

This treadmill is obviously designed for the mall walker set and not anyone who might seriously run on it. I run roughly 4 days a week and at my peak average 40 miles in a week. I'm a 6' tall 185lb. male, not someone who should test the 300lb. max user weight. This machine is just terrible and I hope that anyone considering one will save yourself the time, money and blood pressure raising aggravation that dealing with this terrible company causes.

If anything good comes out of this massive economic downturn I sincerely hope that it involves NordicTrack going belly up. Worst machine EVER.

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Jul 19, 2016
My C2400 is fine
by: Stresstic

I bought a used Nordic Track from a thrift shop.

It had 175 miles on it at time of purchase. Since then I have racked up an additional 80 miles. The three speed fan works fine, the MP3 music player is outstanding and the ten automatic programs are exceptional ( although I am only at level two).

A friend of mine ruined my last treadmill simply because he was too heavy and he could not keep up with the the machines settings.

So, as I watched him tire at his 3 MPH setting, instead of slowing the speed and lowering the incline to rest his body he trudged on at about 2 MPH putting a strain on the motor and the belt (not to mention my patience) I watched the belt wear away from the Nordic Track and onto my floor until finally the belt broke.

I would recommend this product to any person who is prudent in his or her judgment and does not expect to run his horse without rest and water.

Feb 18, 2011
by: Anonymous

Agree - same height and weight - deck broken - I am not at all pleased with the quality of a $1000+ dollar machine. $171 dollars for the part + shipping - ridiculous

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