NordicTrack X11i review 2021
Forget pricey gym memberships, with the NordicTrack X11i you have access to world-class personal trainers and workouts from the comfort of your home.
Finder rating: ★★★★★
|Min. speed||0kph (0.0mph)|
|Max. speed||20kph (12.4mph)|
|Running deck||Reflex Deck Cushioning|
|Screen||10" Interactive HD Touchscreen|
|Max. user weight||136kg (300lb)|
|Manufacturer's guarantee||Lifetime Frame Warranty, 10-year Motor Warranty, 2-Year Parts & Labour|
Pros and cons
- Includes 1-year iFit family membership, worth £349.
- Finance available.
- On-demand workouts with interactive training controls.
- Up to 40% incline and 6% decline capabilities.
- Reflex cushion deck for comfort while you move.
- Built-in fan to keep you cool.
- Lifetime frame warranty and 10-year motor warranty.
- Unsuitable for people over 136kg.
- You need to renew your iFit membership after 12 months.
- This is a big, heavy machine so you need to have plenty of space at home to store it.
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If, post-pandemic, the idea of returning to a busy gym or fitness class leaves you in a cold sweat, then the NordicTrack X11i could be the perfect solution for you. It’s a top of the range, interactive incline treadmill, allowing you to stream thousands of workouts from the luxury of your own home. Sessions include everything from cross-training and trail running to body sculpt and yoga.
The beauty of the NordicTrack X11i is that it is digitally controlled by your personal trainer and moves automatically as you workout, adjusting the speed, incline and decline to suit whatever exercise you are doing.
This is NordicTrack’s mid-price incline treadmill; the main difference being the smaller touchscreen and motor than its more expensive big siblings. It will set you back £2,299, which might seem steep, but when you consider this is a high-spec machine with a 10” HD touchscreen, speeds of up to 20mph and a 10-year warranty on the frame, the price tag doesn’t seem so bad, particularly if you use it regularly.