ProForm Power 795 review

Including a Mach Z, 3.0 CHP motor, the Power 795 treadmill comes with enough performance to allow users to jog at a  speed of up to twelve miles per hour.  And while this isn’t really an option for full on sprinting, long distance jogging and walking are certainly possible.

Additionally, a large display at the front will tell you everything you need to know about the progress you’re making through the use of statistics that show how far you have ran, the time it took you, and several other great pieces of data to work with.

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Listed below, we have looked into the various specifications to highlight the best and worst features for our readers to make a more informed choice when it comes to buying a suitable model.

Positives

Includes the ability to take note of your heart rate by making use of its EKG pulse grip sensors. This data will be sent to the console screen for you to record. Great for the runners among you who like to run at a target heart rate.

The display mentioned above measures at six inches, which isn’t the largest the treadmill industry has to offer, but still offers enough size to make it user friendly, and easy to read and interpret exercise results.

The surrounding console area comes with a great deal of buttons that are just as easy to use and navigate with controls for the incline on the left, and controls for the speed on the right. Then you have numerous buttons that operate different extras such as the workout fan, iFit, and audio. Everything is in one place making any adjustments easy and less time consuming.

The built in 3.0 CHP motor provides the belt with a speed up to twelve miles per hour, which is quite standard in this price range and on par with some other great options on the market including the Nautilus t616 and the Reebok ZigTech 710. Users can choose anything in between too to ensure you are able to go at a pace you feel comfortable with.

The inclusion of incline will really help keep your jogs challenging. You can choose between zero and twelve percent with the push of a button on the console.

A weight capacity recommendation of 325 pounds is slightly above what we expect to see on this tier. Usually, you find the limit around 300 pounds, so the 25 pounds extra hints at a good quality frame that can hold the vast majority of peoples weight.

Special cushioning on the belt absorbs impact on runners knees, preventing unnecessary stress and injuries ion key joints and muscles.

Negatives

Some complaints were found about having difficulties with assembling the machine. One other provided feedback about the tread belt shifting around.

Summary

Overall, we believe the 795 is one worth taking into account as long as you consider and compare it with other options available first. There is certainly a case to be made for its great workout functions including the incline settings.