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ProForm Pro 1500 Elliptical

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A steep 20° incline and rare 10° decline help set the ProForm Pro 1500 Elliptical apart from most other front drive crosstrainers. Trainees can use its power ramp with 24 preset workout programs to significantly enhance toning and the rate of calorie burn. The combination of the power ramp, ample programming and a great warranty […]

 

A steep 20° incline and rare 10° decline help set the ProForm Pro 1500 Elliptical apart from most other front drive crosstrainers. Trainees can use its power ramp with 24 preset workout programs to significantly enhance toning and the rate of calorie burn.

The combination of the power ramp, ample programming and a great warranty made this a very popular trainer when it debuted. The original MSRP of $2300 is a bit much nowadays considering recent newcomers have more features and a similar price. Still, this is an excellent offer when on sale for $1500 or less.

Shoppers willing to spend more should check out the ProForm Pro 3500 Elliptical too. Selling for $2600, it has this trainer’s original MSRP but is a serious upgrade with 48 preset programs and an Android browser.

Features of the ProForm Pro 1500 Elliptical Trainer

The Pro 1500’s backlit 7″ display can show calories, distance, incline or decline, time, speed, calories burned and pulse. The console is loaded with 24 workout programs and the elliptical is ready to accept an iFit Live adapter. Annual memberships with iFit Live provide virtually unlimited personalized workouts plus fitness advice, online races and other valuable benefits.

Here’s the full specs list:

Customer Opinions about the ProForm 1500 Pro Trainer

Owners of the ProForm 1500 Pro Elliptical rarely regret their purchase. The trainer is very well appointed and makes it easy to see a fitter image in the mirror within a few weeks. Thanks to the heavy flywheel, eddy current resistance and tight bolts, it’s also very quiet during workouts.

With everything running smoothly, customers focus mostly on how much they like iFit Live. Its Google Maps training routes are especially exciting because they let people virtually experience the terrain of anyplace Google has mapped. The Pro 1500’s steep incline and decline are especially suited to this feature.

Our Overall Review of the ProForm 1500 Pro

We like ProForm 1500 Pro and the fact that it’s available straight from the factory without markups. We notice though that it’s not a unique design: The NordicTrack Elite 12.0 is the same equipment with a different label. (Both ProForm and NordicTrack are owned by ICON Health & Fitness.) Since sale prices for these brands may vary, compare prices for trainers with both names. Don’t buy either of them for the original MSRP of $2299; that would be spending way too much. We’ve seen the ProForm Pro 1500 sold online for $1500 or less with free shipping. Also remember to see the Pro 3500 for an elliptical trainer with Internet browsing and other advanced features.