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T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill

T Series 6.5Si Treadmill

T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
T Series 6.5Si Treadmill
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Features

  • Your purchase includes: NordicTrack T Series Treadmill 6.5Si + 1-year iFit membership
  • Review the instructions regarding your iFit program to redeem your one year iFit membership and activate your equipment for unlimited workout programs and experiences
  • Item dimensions (unfolded): 73" L x 36" W x 54" H - User weight capacity: 300 pounds item dimensions (folded): 38" L x 36" W x 67.5" H. 20" x 55" Tread belt
  • Engineering: 2.6 CHP motor, 0-10 MPH speed, 10° Incline, Dual CardioGrip Heart rate monitor, One-Touch controls, 1.9" roller.
  • Assembly or Inside-home delivery not included. Please coordinate with Amazon or delivery partner to request this additionally. Subject to availability.
  • Smart-response motor for effective speed, interval, and endurance training. Innovative SpaceSaver design with easy lift assist for compact, simple storage. Auxiliary music port and dual 2-inch speakers provide entertainment

Description

Your NordicTrack T 6.5Si Treadmill stands the test of time with innovative design elements and expert engineering. Use your treadmill to go farther than you ever have before when you add NordicTrack Interactive personal coaching experience with IFIT. Get heart-pounding studio workouts and trainer-guided workouts around the globe so you can run the steps of Machu Picchu in the morning and the beaches of Hawaii in the afternoon. Always have confidence in the lasting power of your machine with lifetime frame and motor coverage. Continuous Horsepower ("CHP") is a term used in the treadmill industry for consumer comparison purposes. The CHP rating is measured in laboratory testing using a dynamometer, which measures the mechanical power of the motor. The CHP rating does not denote the operational horsepower of the treadmill in ordinary household use. In ordinary household use, the motor does not operate at the horsepower shown.


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Product Dimensions 67.5 x 36 x 73 inches; 3.53 Ounces


Item model number NTL17919


Department Unisex-adult


Date First Available September 13, 2018


Manufacturer ICOH9 - pallet ordering


ASIN B07HB7QBQ2


Best-sellers rank #136,521 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #181 in Treadmills


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars


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Delivery

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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Your purchase includes: NordicTrack T Series Treadmill 6.5Si + 1-year iFit membership
  • Review the instructions regarding your iFit program to redeem your one year iFit membership and activate your equipment for unlimited workout programs and experiences
  • Item dimensions (unfolded): 73" L x 36" W x 54" H - User weight capacity: 300 pounds item dimensions (folded): 38" L x 36" W x 67.5" H. 20" x 55" Tread belt
  • Engineering: 2.6 CHP motor, 0-10 MPH speed, 10° Incline, Dual CardioGrip Heart rate monitor, One-Touch controls, 1.9" roller.
  • Assembly or Inside-home delivery not included. Please coordinate with Amazon or delivery partner to request this additionally. Subject to availability.
  • Smart-response motor for effective speed, interval, and endurance training. Innovative SpaceSaver design with easy lift assist for compact, simple storage. Auxiliary music port and dual 2-inch speakers provide entertainment

Description

Your NordicTrack T 6.5Si Treadmill stands the test of time with innovative design elements and expert engineering. Use your treadmill to go farther than you ever have before when you add NordicTrack Interactive personal coaching experience with IFIT. Get heart-pounding studio workouts and trainer-guided workouts around the globe so you can run the steps of Machu Picchu in the morning and the beaches of Hawaii in the afternoon. Always have confidence in the lasting power of your machine with lifetime frame and motor coverage. Continuous Horsepower ("CHP") is a term used in the treadmill industry for consumer comparison purposes. The CHP rating is measured in laboratory testing using a dynamometer, which measures the mechanical power of the motor. The CHP rating does not denote the operational horsepower of the treadmill in ordinary household use. In ordinary household use, the motor does not operate at the horsepower shown.


User Guide [PDF ] User Guide


Product Dimensions 67.5 x 36 x 73 inches; 3.53 Ounces


Item model number NTL17919


Department Unisex-adult


Date First Available September 13, 2018


Manufacturer ICOH9 - pallet ordering


ASIN B07HB7QBQ2


Best-sellers rank #136,521 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #181 in Treadmills


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Your purchase includes: NordicTrack T Series Treadmill 6.5Si + 1-year iFit membership
  • Review the instructions regarding your iFit program to redeem your one year iFit membership and activate your equipment for unlimited workout programs and experiences
  • Item dimensions (unfolded): 73" L x 36" W x 54" H - User weight capacity: 300 pounds item dimensions (folded): 38" L x 36" W x 67.5" H. 20" x 55" Tread belt
  • Engineering: 2.6 CHP motor, 0-10 MPH speed, 10° Incline, Dual CardioGrip Heart rate monitor, One-Touch controls, 1.9" roller.
  • Assembly or Inside-home delivery not included. Please coordinate with Amazon or delivery partner to request this additionally. Subject to availability.
  • Smart-response motor for effective speed, interval, and endurance training. Innovative SpaceSaver design with easy lift assist for compact, simple storage. Auxiliary music port and dual 2-inch speakers provide entertainment

Description

Your NordicTrack T 6.5Si Treadmill stands the test of time with innovative design elements and expert engineering. Use your treadmill to go farther than you ever have before when you add NordicTrack Interactive personal coaching experience with IFIT. Get heart-pounding studio workouts and trainer-guided workouts around the globe so you can run the steps of Machu Picchu in the morning and the beaches of Hawaii in the afternoon. Always have confidence in the lasting power of your machine with lifetime frame and motor coverage. Continuous Horsepower ("CHP") is a term used in the treadmill industry for consumer comparison purposes. The CHP rating is measured in laboratory testing using a dynamometer, which measures the mechanical power of the motor. The CHP rating does not denote the operational horsepower of the treadmill in ordinary household use. In ordinary household use, the motor does not operate at the horsepower shown.


User Guide [PDF ] User Guide


Product Dimensions 67.5 x 36 x 73 inches; 3.53 Ounces


Item model number NTL17919


Department Unisex-adult


Date First Available September 13, 2018


Manufacturer ICOH9 - pallet ordering


ASIN B07HB7QBQ2


Best-sellers rank #136,521 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #181 in Treadmills


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars


abunda_amazon_reviews THE GOOD: Easy for 2 people who have put together a lot of you-build-it furniture over the years to assemble and took about 90 minutes. The belt, motor, and critical mechanical parts appear to be well-made with quality materials. The display console doesn't quite have the same premium feel as the rest of the assembly, but on a machine at this price point I'd rather made tradeoffs there than the mechanical parts. iFit is a double-edge sword, with half of the experience falling in the "this is a total game changer" and the other half falling in the "this is an unacceptable trainwreck" category. When you manage to navigate your way through the impenetrable user experience to finally load the workout you were looking for it justifies the price -- the live video instructor-led workouts are phenomenal at this price point. THE BAD: You won't actually be able to find this stated anywhere online, but the treadmill has no outputs or bluetooth capability so you're forced to watch everything on the 10" screen (the S has bluetooth because it doesn't have a screen, but you lose bluetooth with the Si). The 10" screen is great if you don't have the ability to connect to a larger external monitor, but from the number of questions on this topic it's safe to assume that, like myself, many people want to output the video to a larger screen. Some of the more expensive Nordictracks apparently have this capability, and frankly had I known this I would have purchased a step-up model. It's fine if you don't want to offer this on the economy model, just make sure it's called-out (e.g. "video output through integrated screen only, no support for external monitors or TV"). You can't use headphones with iFit workouts and must use the integrated speakers. Non-starter if you're working out when others are sleeping or if you live in a smaller space and don't want to disturb others. Again, it's fine to not offer this, but it needs to be called-out (e.g. "audio output through integrated speakers only, no support for headphones") iFit in general: thousands of confused and angry users have said everything you can possibly say about the terrible iFit user experience: it's doesn't reflect professional commercial software standards for interaction design, lacking even such basic functions as search... it's true, there's no way to search the large library of iFit videos unless you pay some dude who scrapes the content another 30 bucks a year for access to his private database. The lack of search is just the tip of the iceberg though -- iFit is one of the most poorly-designed interactive experiences I've come across in the last few years, falling down at almost every step of the user journey. iFit people, if you're listening: the actual service you provide is stellar and the quality of the content is exceptional. You're shooting yourselves in both feet by ignoring basic usability, and this has been going on long enough that if you don't get serious about fixing it one of your competitors is going to eat your lunch and steal your users by doing the exact same thing you're doing but actually delivering an experience that works. You've already done the hard stuff, for crying out loud -- the work to get the experience out of the gutter isn't rocket science. Fix it.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Excellent treadmill with some mind-boggling technology misses;;Jason P.;;;This treadmill has malfunctioned 3 times since I purchased it. When the stop key is pressed, if the treadmill does not stop and I press it again, it still doesn’t stop but increases the speed from 3.3 mph (my usual walking speed) to 7 MPH. The first time it happened about 6 weeks ago, I had a friend with me and he pulled the key to stop the machine so I did not fall. The second time it happened was on the 7th of Nov but it was running so fast I couldn’t grab the key to stop it and when I did, it stopped but I fell. The last time it happened was yesterday Nov 19th but I was able to pull the stop key before it increased in speed. I did however, see the speed increase on the monitor and it was at 7 mph. Luckily I pulled the key before it sped up. That’s when I called customer support and filed this claim. This machine is extremely dangerous and needs to be remedied. I want a safe treadmill and not one that will kill me before my time. I have filed an injury claim with the Icon legal team and it is being reviewed and they will look into some options to remedy this problem.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Problems since I bought this treadmill;;Ida P. Reaves;;;DO NOT BUY THIS.!!! This treadmill was to come with one year ifit plan. To activate said plan you have to put in a charge card well ifit charged my card 396.00 and now I've been waiting 1hr (2 different times) min for someone to pick up the phone to ask why they charged my card . (update) Nordic Trac contacted me and argued with me that iFit was available and then transferred me to the same number that I waited on last time, Nordic Trac customer service is a joke! Should of gone with Rebox like my old one, I am replacing. If you want headaches, order this treadmill.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Ifit plan & horrible customer service (update);;Karsun;;;I thought I would buy this for the convenience of rolling out of bed and doing cardio. In only three months of irregular use the belt comes off and gets twisted up as per photo.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 20, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Save your money and go to the gym! 10.00 a month at planet fitness is worth it.;;OCTAVIO L JAMES;;;I picked this treadmill for two reasons: reviews of the previous version (6.5S) said it was built for running (not just walking), and I wanted the 10-inch screen and accompanying iFit workouts because I tend to get bored. It took two people about 2.5 hours to assemble. One wire wasn't where it was supposed to be and thank goodness for small hands, because I had to reach into the panel and fish it out. I'm new to treadmills, so I don't know how loud it is compared to other machines, but it's louder than I'd hoped. In order to hear the trainer talking (over the motor and my own panting), I have to turn up the volume pretty high -- to a point where the speakers crackle sometimes. Overall the music track is too loud and the trainer track is too soft. Other than that, I have no complaints about the machine. I view the iFit programs/membership as a big part of this product (and the price), and I adore them. The iFit website is hard to navigate: they have so much amazing content, but it can be hard to find the type and level of workout you want. I started with the "true beginner" Antarctica series to get used to using a treadmill, and kept with it even though it was maybe too easy for me just because I enjoyed it so much. I'm also VERY grateful for the Iberian Beginner Running Series, which eases you (back?) into running without overdoing it and getting hurt. This was a huge splurge for me, but one I'm glad I made.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 1, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;The 6.5Si is worth it for the iFit membership;;Anything

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Jason P. - Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2019
Excellent treadmill with some mind-boggling technology misses
THE GOOD: Easy for 2 people who have put together a lot of you-build-it furniture over the years to assemble and took about 90 minutes. The belt, motor, and critical mechanical parts appear to be well-made with quality materials. The display console doesn't quite have the same premium feel as the rest of the assembly, but on a machine at this price point I'd rather made tradeoffs there than the mechanical parts. iFit is a double-edge sword, with half of the experience falling in the "this is a total game changer" and the other half falling in the "this is an unacceptable trainwreck" category. When you manage to navigate your way through the impenetrable user experience to finally load the workout you were looking for it justifies the price -- the live video instructor-led workouts are phenomenal at this price point. THE BAD: You won't actually be able to find this stated anywhere online, but the treadmill has no outputs or bluetooth capability so you're forced to watch everything on the 10" screen (the S has bluetooth because it doesn't have a screen, but you lose bluetooth with the Si). The 10" screen is great if you don't have the ability to connect to a larger external monitor, but from the number of questions on this topic it's safe to assume that, like myself, many people want to output the video to a larger screen. Some of the more expensive Nordictracks apparently have this capability, and frankly had I known this I would have purchased a step-up model. It's fine if you don't want to offer this on the economy model, just make sure it's called-out (e.g. "video output through integrated screen only, no support for external monitors or TV"). You can't use headphones with iFit workouts and must use the integrated speakers. Non-starter if you're working out when others are sleeping or if you live in a smaller space and don't want to disturb others. Again, it's fine to not offer this, but it needs to be called-out (e.g. "audio output through integrated speakers only, no support for headphones") iFit in general: thousands of confused and angry users have said everything you can possibly say about the terrible iFit user experience: it's doesn't reflect professional commercial software standards for interaction design, lacking even such basic functions as search... it's true, there's no way to search the large library of iFit videos unless you pay some dude who scrapes the content another 30 bucks a year for access to his private database. The lack of search is just the tip of the iceberg though -- iFit is one of the most poorly-designed interactive experiences I've come across in the last few years, falling down at almost every step of the user journey. iFit people, if you're listening: the actual service you provide is stellar and the quality of the content is exceptional. You're shooting yourselves in both feet by ignoring basic usability, and this has been going on long enough that if you don't get serious about fixing it one of your competitors is going to eat your lunch and steal your users by doing the exact same thing you're doing but actually delivering an experience that works. You've already done the hard stuff, for crying out loud -- the work to get the experience out of the gutter isn't rocket science. Fix it.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Ida P. Reaves - Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2019
Problems since I bought this treadmill
This treadmill has malfunctioned 3 times since I purchased it. When the stop key is pressed, if the treadmill does not stop and I press it again, it still doesn’t stop but increases the speed from 3.3 mph (my usual walking speed) to 7 MPH. The first time it happened about 6 weeks ago, I had a friend with me and he pulled the key to stop the machine so I did not fall. The second time it happened was on the 7th of Nov but it was running so fast I couldn’t grab the key to stop it and when I did, it stopped but I fell. The last time it happened was yesterday Nov 19th but I was able to pull the stop key before it increased in speed. I did however, see the speed increase on the monitor and it was at 7 mph. Luckily I pulled the key before it sped up. That’s when I called customer support and filed this claim. This machine is extremely dangerous and needs to be remedied. I want a safe treadmill and not one that will kill me before my time. I have filed an injury claim with the Icon legal team and it is being reviewed and they will look into some options to remedy this problem.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Karsun - Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2019
Ifit plan & horrible customer service (update)
DO NOT BUY THIS.!!! This treadmill was to come with one year ifit plan. To activate said plan you have to put in a charge card well ifit charged my card 396.00 and now I've been waiting 1hr (2 different times) min for someone to pick up the phone to ask why they charged my card . (update) Nordic Trac contacted me and argued with me that iFit was available and then transferred me to the same number that I waited on last time, Nordic Trac customer service is a joke! Should of gone with Rebox like my old one, I am replacing. If you want headaches, order this treadmill.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By OCTAVIO L JAMES - Reviewed in the United States on November 20, 2019
Save your money and go to the gym! 10.00 a month at planet fitness is worth it.
I thought I would buy this for the convenience of rolling out of bed and doing cardio. In only three months of irregular use the belt comes off and gets twisted up as per photo.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Anything - Reviewed in the United States on June 1, 2019
The 6.5Si is worth it for the iFit membership
I picked this treadmill for two reasons: reviews of the previous version (6.5S) said it was built for running (not just walking), and I wanted the 10-inch screen and accompanying iFit workouts because I tend to get bored. It took two people about 2.5 hours to assemble. One wire wasn't where it was supposed to be and thank goodness for small hands, because I had to reach into the panel and fish it out. I'm new to treadmills, so I don't know how loud it is compared to other machines, but it's louder than I'd hoped. In order to hear the trainer talking (over the motor and my own panting), I have to turn up the volume pretty high -- to a point where the speakers crackle sometimes. Overall the music track is too loud and the trainer track is too soft. Other than that, I have no complaints about the machine. I view the iFit programs/membership as a big part of this product (and the price), and I adore them. The iFit website is hard to navigate: they have so much amazing content, but it can be hard to find the type and level of workout you want. I started with the "true beginner" Antarctica series to get used to using a treadmill, and kept with it even though it was maybe too easy for me just because I enjoyed it so much. I'm also VERY grateful for the Iberian Beginner Running Series, which eases you (back?) into running without overdoing it and getting hurt. This was a huge splurge for me, but one I'm glad I made.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Jason P. - Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2019
Excellent treadmill with some mind-boggling technology misses
THE GOOD: Easy for 2 people who have put together a lot of you-build-it furniture over the years to assemble and took about 90 minutes. The belt, motor, and critical mechanical parts appear to be well-made with quality materials. The display console doesn't quite have the same premium feel as the rest of the assembly, but on a machine at this price point I'd rather made tradeoffs there than the mechanical parts. iFit is a double-edge sword, with half of the experience falling in the "this is a total game changer" and the other half falling in the "this is an unacceptable trainwreck" category. When you manage to navigate your way through the impenetrable user experience to finally load the workout you were looking for it justifies the price -- the live video instructor-led workouts are phenomenal at this price point. THE BAD: You won't actually be able to find this stated anywhere online, but the treadmill has no outputs or bluetooth capability so you're forced to watch everything on the 10" screen (the S has bluetooth because it doesn't have a screen, but you lose bluetooth with the Si). The 10" screen is great if you don't have the ability to connect to a larger external monitor, but from the number of questions on this topic it's safe to assume that, like myself, many people want to output the video to a larger screen. Some of the more expensive Nordictracks apparently have this capability, and frankly had I known this I would have purchased a step-up model. It's fine if you don't want to offer this on the economy model, just make sure it's called-out (e.g. "video output through integrated screen only, no support for external monitors or TV"). You can't use headphones with iFit workouts and must use the integrated speakers. Non-starter if you're working out when others are sleeping or if you live in a smaller space and don't want to disturb others. Again, it's fine to not offer this, but it needs to be called-out (e.g. "audio output through integrated speakers only, no support for headphones") iFit in general: thousands of confused and angry users have said everything you can possibly say about the terrible iFit user experience: it's doesn't reflect professional commercial software standards for interaction design, lacking even such basic functions as search... it's true, there's no way to search the large library of iFit videos unless you pay some dude who scrapes the content another 30 bucks a year for access to his private database. The lack of search is just the tip of the iceberg though -- iFit is one of the most poorly-designed interactive experiences I've come across in the last few years, falling down at almost every step of the user journey. iFit people, if you're listening: the actual service you provide is stellar and the quality of the content is exceptional. You're shooting yourselves in both feet by ignoring basic usability, and this has been going on long enough that if you don't get serious about fixing it one of your competitors is going to eat your lunch and steal your users by doing the exact same thing you're doing but actually delivering an experience that works. You've already done the hard stuff, for crying out loud -- the work to get the experience out of the gutter isn't rocket science. Fix it.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Ida P. Reaves - Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2019
Problems since I bought this treadmill
This treadmill has malfunctioned 3 times since I purchased it. When the stop key is pressed, if the treadmill does not stop and I press it again, it still doesn’t stop but increases the speed from 3.3 mph (my usual walking speed) to 7 MPH. The first time it happened about 6 weeks ago, I had a friend with me and he pulled the key to stop the machine so I did not fall. The second time it happened was on the 7th of Nov but it was running so fast I couldn’t grab the key to stop it and when I did, it stopped but I fell. The last time it happened was yesterday Nov 19th but I was able to pull the stop key before it increased in speed. I did however, see the speed increase on the monitor and it was at 7 mph. Luckily I pulled the key before it sped up. That’s when I called customer support and filed this claim. This machine is extremely dangerous and needs to be remedied. I want a safe treadmill and not one that will kill me before my time. I have filed an injury claim with the Icon legal team and it is being reviewed and they will look into some options to remedy this problem.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Karsun - Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2019
Ifit plan & horrible customer service (update)
DO NOT BUY THIS.!!! This treadmill was to come with one year ifit plan. To activate said plan you have to put in a charge card well ifit charged my card 396.00 and now I've been waiting 1hr (2 different times) min for someone to pick up the phone to ask why they charged my card . (update) Nordic Trac contacted me and argued with me that iFit was available and then transferred me to the same number that I waited on last time, Nordic Trac customer service is a joke! Should of gone with Rebox like my old one, I am replacing. If you want headaches, order this treadmill.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By OCTAVIO L JAMES - Reviewed in the United States on November 20, 2019
Save your money and go to the gym! 10.00 a month at planet fitness is worth it.
I thought I would buy this for the convenience of rolling out of bed and doing cardio. In only three months of irregular use the belt comes off and gets twisted up as per photo.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Anything - Reviewed in the United States on June 1, 2019
The 6.5Si is worth it for the iFit membership
I picked this treadmill for two reasons: reviews of the previous version (6.5S) said it was built for running (not just walking), and I wanted the 10-inch screen and accompanying iFit workouts because I tend to get bored. It took two people about 2.5 hours to assemble. One wire wasn't where it was supposed to be and thank goodness for small hands, because I had to reach into the panel and fish it out. I'm new to treadmills, so I don't know how loud it is compared to other machines, but it's louder than I'd hoped. In order to hear the trainer talking (over the motor and my own panting), I have to turn up the volume pretty high -- to a point where the speakers crackle sometimes. Overall the music track is too loud and the trainer track is too soft. Other than that, I have no complaints about the machine. I view the iFit programs/membership as a big part of this product (and the price), and I adore them. The iFit website is hard to navigate: they have so much amazing content, but it can be hard to find the type and level of workout you want. I started with the "true beginner" Antarctica series to get used to using a treadmill, and kept with it even though it was maybe too easy for me just because I enjoyed it so much. I'm also VERY grateful for the Iberian Beginner Running Series, which eases you (back?) into running without overdoing it and getting hurt. This was a huge splurge for me, but one I'm glad I made.