• out of stock

Proform Pro 5000 Treadmill $2499.99 Delivered @ Costco Online (Membership Required)

150

Amazing price for this high end treadmill. Runs circles around the competition.

Related Stores

Costco Wholesale
Costco Wholesale

closed Comments

  • +3 votes

    Do you own this model?

    This unit goes for $3500 plus from other retailers, but that seems quite expensive for a brand that's 2nd tier to Precor or Life Fitness.

    •  

      I was going to say almost exactly the same thing… to me, those are the brands to beat. All others are behind them in the pack. Proform is one of the better ones in that pack, though.

    • +1 vote

      They’re just brand names. Do you have specs & prices to compare?

  •  

    I think with this brand of treadmill you have to pay for a subscription to access certain features, no deal for me.

    •  

      Really? Like what?

      • +1 vote

        There is an iFit subscription which is about $180 a year to have hundreds of extra videos of different walks and exercises (non treadmill as well). This subscription is not required to operate the treadmill and they also come with a whole bunch of "free" videos of walks.

        As a side note, the tablet/screen that it comes with is an Android device which can be unlocked to install your own software like Netflix and YouTube.

        •  

          Can you share how you can unlock the Android device on this? I have the proform 2000 and it would be so much better if you can play Netflix or YouTube on it.

  • +8 votes

    Treadmills shouldn't run circles around anything, that's a design flaw.

  •  

    lmao just go for a run it's free

    • +2 votes

      With free impact injuries!

      •  

        Do treadmills not have impact? I have a back injury and I can feel my back groan if i run on the expensive gym treadmills. The main reason to buy a treadmill is to run in one spot. Perfect for stay at home parents or women who want to avoid being stalked

        • +3 votes

          Less impact with suspension system

        • +2 votes

          Treadmills are much easier on the body. Get used to running 5km on a treadmill then run the same outside.

          • +1 vote

            @tessel: Eh for low impact it's much better to walk or swim

          •  

            @tessel: You can reduce impact by walking/running on grass and soil. I do it on the council strip as much as possible; as a matter of fact Steve M also recommends. Obviously there are spots of driveways etc. that are not grass/soil.

  • +1 vote

    The Pro 2000 for $1999.99 from Costco was the better buy. Sadly no longer in stock

  • +5 votes

    Expensive clothing hanger

  •  

    Dust collection is one feature all treadmills excel in.

    •  

      Tempted. I have plenty of dust to collect.

    • +1 vote

      This or Dyson?

  •  

    Damn it. I literally just bought this model earlier in Dec for $3300. It's still at a depot waiting delivery.

  • +2 votes

    Great treadmill. I bought one middle of this year for $3500. My wife uses it everyday. I use it every second day.
    Only dislike I have is the software on the tablet is slow.
    I start the machine up, and you have time to stretch and warm up before it loads…
    Mine came with 12 months free iFit subscription. And we love it. Will probably renew once it expires.
    You don't need the subscription to use the treadmill. It just offers a bucket load of workout training videos.

    •  

      @shadsdan - What is running cost of the treadmill.say if you use 3 to 4 hrs /day and the normal house hold 3 pin socket is sufficient for this treadmill?

  •  

    Run on the road, its free!

    • +3 votes

      Thanks for dictating how people choose to exercise.

      • +3 votes

        this is a bargain website, we're here to give bargain advices

        •  

          ridiculous much?
          tell the people who buy indoor bike trainers to ride outside as well and that would be taken as a bargain advice?

          • +1 vote

            @keejoonc: You need to buy a bike first to ride outside you peanut!

            • +1 vote

              @Homr: how is that relevant to this comparison? for someone who rides a bike they have to spend the money to buy a bike whether they choose to ride inside or outside. is it really that hard to grasp the analogy? obvioulsy it is for someone who thinks running outside is free and hence everyone should just do that.

    • +4 votes

      my wife can't run outside, as the only time she gets to run is while my daughter is down for a nap.
      Not sure DHHS will be to happy if she left my 12month old at home asleep by herself!

    •  

      I run about 25km per week outdoors but find the treadmill useful when it is raining, cold, and dark