Comparing treadmill models from the same brand can be confusing. Hopefully you’ll find clarity as you read through this review comparing the ProForm 9000 vs ProForm 2000
Both treadmills are highly rated and reviewed, offering a high-end fitness experience to walkers, joggers, and runners alike.
There are a few key differences between these machines, though, so you’ll want to consider which treadmill features are most desirable for you before making your final decision.
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ProForm 9000 vs ProForm 2000 Specs:
Both the ProForm 9000 and ProForm 2000 feature huge ranges of training options, including -3%-15% decline and incline and speeds of up to 12 MPH.
While both treadmills offer iFit functions, the ProForm 9000 is iFit enabled, whereas the ProForm 2000 is iFit compatible.
The ProForm 9000 is iFit enabled so you can use the touchscreen digital display to access all the functions of iFit. For the ProForm 9000, some of the programmed workouts include runs through historic locations, beautiful destinations, and exotic places because that treadmill’s display is like a tv.
The ProForm 2000 is iFit compatible, which means you can synch your machine to iFit, but you will need to access it from another tablet or computer.
- 4.25 chp Mach Z commercial plus motor, 0 to 12 MPH quick speed control
- Dimensions - Footprint: 39.15” W x 77.16” D x 70” H | Tread Belt: 22” x 60”
- 15 percent incline, -3 percent decline
- Weight Capacity: 300 lb
- 2.5” Precision-Balanced Rollers, integrated cross fit tray
For both of these treadmills, when you use the programmed workouts or the iFit training options, the ramp features are automated so the incline, decline, and speed of your workout change to meet speed, distance, calorie or intensity goals you, your streamed workout, or your personal trainer have set.
You can get practically the same workouts on the ProForm 9000 and the ProForm 2000. Although the ProForm 9000 has 40 on-board workouts compared to 32 on-board workouts for the ProForm 2000, you will have an endless supply of streaming workouts if you choose to subscribe to iFit.
The way iFit is accessed differs on each of these machines, so for users who are most excited about the Google Maps or workout video technologies through iFit, the ProForm 9000 will be the better choice because of the built-in display.
Although you can access the same features with the ProForm 2000, you will need to use a mobile device to do so. This could be seen as either a minor inconvenience or a major hindrance, depending on your personality and workout habits.
- Footprint: 39.15” W x 79” D x 71.4” H | Tread Belt: 22” x 60”
- Weight Capacity: 300 lb
- 7 inches backlit over sized LCD with racetrack display, iFit compatible. Integrated device shelf
- 3.5 CHP Mach Z commercial Pro, 0 to 12 MPH Quick Speed
- -3 – 15% Digital Quick Decline & Incline Control
The ProForm 9000 features a 22” x 60” tread belt and the ProForm 2000 features a 20” x 60” tread belt.
Both treadmills have ProShox cushioning to help reduce shock and absorb impact.
The ProForm 9000 treadmill has an impressive 4.25 CHP Mach Z Commercial Pro motor, which will be able to keep up with your long runs, interval training, and any heavy use.
The ProForm 2000 has a smaller motor, at only 3.5 CHP Mach Z Commercial Pro Motor. The maximum user weight is 300 pounds for the ProForm 9000, whereas the ProForm 2000 can support a maximum user weight of 350 pounds.
Motor size is an important factor in choosing the treadmill that’s correct for you. In this case, the ProForm 9000 is the better treadmill. This is crucial for people who are expecting to train intensely or for long periods of time.
For taller and heavier folks, we would usually recommend the machine with the larger motor. In this instance, the ProForm 9000, which has the larger motor, actually supports less weight than the ProForm 2000.
If you don’t weigh more than 300 pounds, the ProForm 9000 offers superior motor durability when compared to the ProForm 2000. The ProForm 9000 and NordicTrack C 1750 are very similar and offer the same durability. So if you would prefer a NordicTrack over a ProForm, this article is for you.
Also, while the ProForm 2000 can accommodate a higher user weight, the tread belt is not as wide, so it does not feel as spacious and luxurious as the ProForm 9000.
The ProForm 9000 offers a built-in, touch-screen, full color 10” Smart display that shows your speed, time, distance, calories burned, heart rate and incline/decline stats. The display also shows your iFit workouts so you don’t need to use any extra devices to stream your videos. (For an even more in-depth detailed list of the features check out this ProForm 9000 review.
The ProForm 2000 has a 7” Backlit display that shows your speed, time, distance, calories burned, heart rate and incline/decline stats.
The ProForm 9000 and the ProForm 2000 have two cup holders, an auxiliary port, two 3” speakers, an extra accessory tray, and handlebar heart rate monitors.
Both machines also include a tablet holder, wireless chest heart rate monitor, which will more accurately and consistently measure your heart rate than the EKG pulse grips on the handlebars.
The ProForm 9000 has dual CoolAire workout fans, whereas the ProForm 2000 has only one AutoBreeze workout fan.
With the tablet holder on the ProForm 9000, you are using it only for entertainment purposes, since you have full iFit accessibility from the display.
Since they are manufactured by the same company, we aren’t surprised to find out that both the ProForm 9000 and ProForm 2000 offer the same warranty: lifetime frame and motor warranty, a 5-year parts warranty, and a 2-year labor warranty.
Conclusion: ProForm 9000 vs ProForm 2000
If you are most excited for the iFit functions, we would recommend the ProForm 9000 over the ProForm 2000.
If you are just planning to use your treadmill for general workouts that you design, then there is no need to spend extra money on the ProForm 9000.
If you weigh between 300-350 pounds, the ProForm 2000 will be a better fit for you because it supports users in that weight range.
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