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Nautilus T618 vs Proform PRO 2000

Both the Nautilus T618 and the Proform Pro 2000 models are popular treadmills with very similar features.  Both treadmills  can connect with fitness apps. The Pro 2000 has a larger running area and features 0 to 3 percentage quick decline.

Nautilus T618 Treadmill
Proform Pro 2000

The Nautilus T618 has many features that makes it a great choise for serious runners. It has a large  running areas, advanced cushioning and a powerfull motor. The console of the treadmill has 3 different display areas and loaded with many features.

The PRO 2000 has a large running area, a powerful motor, and an iFit Coach ready console.  You can set the incline and decline angle between -3%  to  +15% degrees with quick Incline/Decline Control.

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Spec Comparison

Nautilus T618

Proform PRO 2000

Running Area

When choosing a treadmill consider how you will use the treadmill mostly and the space available in your room. An 18-inch belt is suitable for walking. For runners, we recommend  20 inches or wider.

The length of a belt can vary from 50” to 65”.  55 inches will work for most people but, if you’re taller than 6 feet go longer.

20″ x 60″

22″ x 60″

Foldable

Foldable treadmills allow you to fold up the machine in seconds and store away to conserve space. 

Motor Power (HP)

The more power a treadmill motor has the faster it’ll be at changing speeds. We recommended treadmills with a motor of at least 2.5 horsepower or more.

0 CHP
0 CHP

Maximum Weight Capacity (LBS)

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0 lbs

Maximum Speed (MPH)

Today there are many entry-level treadmills that reach 12 mph. 10 mph is the minimum speed for running, but we recommend you to get one that can reach 12 mph.

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0

Incline, Decline Features

0 – 15%

-3% – 15%

Heart Rate Monitor

Knowing your heart rate during a workout is important for maximum fitness benefits. Today we have many methods to measure our heart rate, but a built-in heart rate monitor has other advantages, like heart rate oriented workout programs.

Pulse monitors are built into the hand grips,  the Nautilus T618 also comes with a wireless chest strap.

It has EKG grip pulse wireless((Bluetooth Smart + ANT plus) wireless chest strap) chest strap. 

Console and Display Properties

It has two large blue backlit LCD displays. You can  see all workout data at a glance or change workout programs. 

The PRO 2000 has a 7″ backlit oversized LCD with racetrack display. It is iFit compatible. The console has an integrated device shelf and 3 inch digitally amplified long-throw speakers with digital volume control.

Touch Screen

Cooling Fan

Tech-Features and Connectivity

  • Bluetooth connectivity, syncs with the Nautilus Trainer 2 App and other apps for fitness tracking
  • Sync with free downloadable RunSocial App
  • Chest strap for wireless pulse monitoring
  • Media shelf and speakers.
  • iFit Live Technology Compatible
  • Workout routes powered by Google Maps
  • Adjustable Tablet Holder
  • IPod Compatible audio

Warranty

The Nautilus T618 has a 15 years motor and frame,  5 years parts and electronics and 2 years labor warranty.

The PRO 2000 has a lifetime frame and motor, 2 years labor and 5 years parts an electronics warranty.