Peloton Tread vs NordicTrack | Which one should you buy?

With its foray into the world of treadmills, popular home workout provider Peloton has entered a competitive market, how does it stack up?

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Looking to overhaul your workout regime? Peloton and NordicTrack offer some of the best home workout programs on the market, but exactly how do they stack up to each other?

The Peloton Tread

Home workout provider Peloton was founded in 2012 and aimed to bring gym style spin cycle classes to the masses at home through its stationary bikes and streamable classes available for a monthly fee. After the company’s huge success with its stationary bike product it recently expanded into the world of treadmills with its Peloton Tread, currently the only Peloton treadmill available.

Nordic Track treadmills

NordicTrack has been supplying both commercial and personal fitness equipment since its founding in 1975 and currently offers a wide range or treadmills (plus exercise bikes, ellipticals and rowing machines). In order to compare NordicTrack fairly to the Peloton Tread we chose three models of NordicTrack treadmills at high, medium and lower price points.

Peloton Tread and NordicTrack treadmills compared

Name Product Price Motor Speeds Running area Rating link Other features
Peloton Tread
Peloton Tread
£2,295
3.00HP
Up to 20kph
(12.4mph)
0.75m²
(150cm x 50cm)
Finder rating
★★★★★
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NordicTrack Commercial x32i
NordicTrack Commercial x32i
£3,499
4.25CHP
Up to 22kph
(13.7mph)
0.91m²
(55cm x 165cm)
Finder rating
★★★★★
Buy at
NordicTrack

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NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Treadmill
£1,999
3.75CHP
Up to 22kph
(13.7mph)
0.84m²
(152cm x 55cm)
Finder rating
★★★★★
Buy at
John Lewis

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iFit connectivity with free year-long membership
C-700 NordicTrack folding treadmill
C-700 NordicTrack folding treadmill
£999
2.75CHP
Up to 20kph
(12.4mph)
0.71m²
(140cm x 51cm)
Finder rating
★★★★★
Buy at
NordicTrack

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iFit connectivity with free year-long membership
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Peloton App vs iFit workout app

Name Product Plan cost Number of videos Free trial Live workouts
iFit
iFit
£129 (£10.75 per month)
16,000+
Peloton All Access
Peloton All Access
£468 (£39 per month)
1,000+
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ProgramAnnual priceNumber of videosFree trialLive videos
Peloton All Access£468 (£39 per month)+10,000
  • Yes
  • Yes
iFit£129 (£10.75 per month)+16,000
  • No
  • Yes

Peloton app

  • Free 30-day trial
  • £39 per month for All Access
  • £12.99 per month for digital membership
  • Available on iPhone, iPad, Android phones, Android tablets, Fire tablets, Android TV, Apple TV, Fire TV, Roku TV and Sky Q
  • Indoor cycling, running, walking, bootcamp, strength and outdoor (audio-only) classes available

iFit app

  • 1 year included with all NordicTrack fitness equipment purchases
  • £129 for 1 year, £199 for 2 years, £349 for family subscription (5 members)
  • New videos daily
  • Live workouts available
  • Group workouts available

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