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ProForm 905 CST Treadmill

905 CST treadmill, an optimized cardio workout, 5 Backlit display, SpaceSaver design, interactive training sessions, connected Fitness tracking, board sound system, self cooling drive system, a 10 year frame warranty, compact storage, 300 pound user capacity, extended use

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What We Like

  • Features 5 inches backlit iFit display
  • Comes with a digital quick speed control
  • User capacity with maximum speed


  • Difficult to assemble

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About ProForm 905 CST Treadmill

The 905 CST treadmill features a large 20 x 60 deck. Claire fan, 30 on-board workouts, and ProShox deck cushioning make it worthy of bringing home. If Coach tests each treadmill for one million cycles at double the user weight before release. Daily coach-Guided Workouts Join personal trainers from the comfort of your home to get the best workout possible. The treadmill is available in two sizes: 0x0, 2x4, and 4.5x follow your favorite personal trainer as they digitally control your machine's incline to match the terrain.

Results of our analysis:

We analyzed 102,966 reviews for 318 products in the Treadmills category.

We then analyzed 19 reviews for this product. None were recent.

Around 32% of reviews were positive and about 63% were negative.

Final Score:

6.91 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Build quality
  • Connectivity
  • Controls and functionality
  • Customer support
  • Design
  • Display
  • Overall performance
  • Speed range
  • Value for money
  • What buyers say about ProForm 905 CST Treadmill

    The control panel was dead when I plugged the machine into a GFI outlet, but I came back to it the next day and it was working again.

    I was really annoyed by the way they activated the console, it sounded like you had to pay a monthly fee to run it, until you took the time to call and find out the truth.

    We have had it for a month and have not had a problem with it. I have run on it for up to 80 minutes at a time, varying my speed from 5mph to 7mph, and it has remained smooth and steady.

    We have had it for a couple of months now and use it at least 4 days a week. I really enjoy the added motivation and the trainers, but it won't do a variety of programs without the i-fit.

    I agree that it is a pain in the butt to use the i Fit button if you don't know how to use it, but I did my research ahead of time so I knew what to do.

    Common Questions


    The manual doesn't give any information on whether or not it needs lubrication under the walking belt.


    Surge suppressors would be recommended to protect the treadmill, as lubrication is always needed at least once a year.


    Does the treadmill allow custom programmed workouts?


    You can create your own custom workouts, but the only way to do them is with iFit cardio app, which has a monthly subscription fee.


    I read a review that said it was wobbly, does anyone else think that's the case?


    I think this treadmill works well for me, even though I can see someone saying "wobbly" while running on it.


    I spent 3 hours setting up the motor to turn on, but it wouldn't spin. Has anyone had a problem?


    You have to sign up for ifit before you can cancel. I did that the same day it started working.


    When assembled, how heavy is the treadmill?


    200 lbs need two people to get up stairs.

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