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ProForm Pro 2000 vs Bowflex BXT8J

In this article, we will compare the ProForm Pro 2000 and the Bowflex BXT8J and highlight the pros and cons.

ProForm Pro 2000

Bowflex BXT8J

ProForm Pro 2000 treadmill Bowflex BXT8J treadmill

ProForm Pro 2000 vs Bowflex BXT8J Specs Comparison

Pros
  • Good tech features, beautiful console design
  • Good warranty on the frame
  • Folds easily
  • Stron, quiet motor
  • 15% incline, 12 MPH maximum speed
  • HR chest strap included
  • Large Rollers and triple Ply Belt
  • Quiet Operation
  • Great warranty
Cons
  • iFit requires a monthly subscription after the first 30 days
  • No heart rate monitor, you need to buy a heart rate chest strap
  • Very basic display
Brand ProForm Bowflex
Model Pro 2000 BXT8J
Motor Power 3.25 CHP 2.5 HP
Speed Range 0.5 – 12 MPH 0.5 – 12 MPH
Incline/Decline -3 to 12% Digital Incline/Decline Controls 15% Digital motorized incline
Folding yes yes
Belt Size 20″ X 60″ 20″ X 60″
Weight Limit 300 lbs. 300 lbs.
Heart Rate Monitor Heart rate chest strap (not included) Heart rate hand grips also comes with HR chest strap
Built-in Programs Several free workouts 26 built-in workout programs and JRNY programs and classes
Tablet/Device holder yes yes
Cooling Fan yes yes
Display 10″ HD Interactive Touchscreen Display DualTrack LCD displays, 7-inch
Touchscreen yes no
Handlebar Buttons no no
Audio yes yes
Bluetooth Audio yes yes
Training Apps iFit (30-Day iFIT Family Membership Included) JRNY Workout app
Rollers 1.9″ Precision-Balanced Rollers Unknown
Dimensions 77.3L x 35.3W x 59.6H inches 78L x 37.6W x 62.8H inches
Warranty
  • 10-year frame warranty
  • 2-year parts warranty
  • 1-year labor warranty
  • 10-years frame warranty
  • 3-years parts warranty
  • 2-years labor warranty
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ProForm Pro 2000 treadmill console Bowflex BXT8J treadmill console
ProForm Pro 2000 treadmill frame Bowflex BXT8J treadmill frame

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