Explore the differences between the Proform Pro 2000 and Horizon 7.0AT treadmills to make an informed decision about your next treadmill.
Both treadmills offer a variety of features, but it’s important to consider some key distinctions. The Pro 2000 Smart has a colorful LCD touchscreen and offers a decline option of -3%.
However, the Horizon 7.0 AT has an incline capability of 15% compared to the Pro 2000’s 12% incline and boasts a slightly higher weight capacity of 325 lbs vs. 300 lbs.
The Proform Pro 2000 treadmill comes with a 30-day iFIT Family Membership Included, allowing you to access a variety of workout programs, personal training, and more, with its 10-inch HD interactive touchscreen display.
It features a self-cooling Mach Z motor that makes running and cardio training more efficient. The treadmill has a -3 to 12% digital incline, and 0 to 12 MPH speed range.
The running belt size is 20″ x 60″ and it comes with a folding SpaceSaver design, making it convenient to store. It has a maximum user capacity of 300 pounds and is protected with a 10-year frame warranty, 2-year parts warranty, and 1-year labor warranty. It is a reliable treadmill for any home gym.
The Horizon 7.0 AT treadmill offers quick and easy app connectivity through its Bluetooth connection, allowing you to easily track your progress and access various workout programs.
It features a large 20″x60″ running belt and 3-zone Variable Response Cushioning, making it suitable for runners of all levels and sizes, with a weight capacity of 325 pounds. The QuickDial controls allow for easy adjustments on the go, and a speed range of 0.5 – 12 mph and an incline range of 0 – 15% provide a variety of workout options.
It has a 7″ LCD screen for tracking your workout information and the FeatherLight hydraulic folding system for easy storage.
Other convenient features include integrated Bluetooth speakers, a water bottle holder, fan, and energy saver mode.
ProForm Pro 2000
Horizon Fitness 7.0 at
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″
20″ x 60″
Foldable treadmills allow you to fold up the machine in seconds and store away to conserve space. Both treadmills are easy to fold up.
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.
Maximum Weight Capacity (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.
Incline, Decline Features
-3% – 12%, automatic incline/decline.
0% – 15%, automatic incline
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.
No heart rate strap included, you have to buy it separately
Contact Hand Grips, Bluetooth 4.0 Compatible Receiver (chest strap not included)
Console and Display Properties
10″ Smart HD touchscreen
Both devices can connect to the internet but it is limited to manufacturers provided services and content.