NordicTrack Labor Day sales, including great Peloton alternatives

NordicTrack has already kicked off their Labor Day sale, and we are seeing some solid deals on equipment we can personally vouch for. Read on to find out what’s on sale and have your memory jogged about what we had to say about these products.

The NordicTrack Labor Day sale ends on September 15, so make sure to take advantage of these prices while they are still here. With many companies, like Peloton, currently raising their prices, these could be the best deals we see this year!

Commercial X22i Treadmill – $2,799

This is last year’s X22i model (the current model has been renamed Elite). This is a great treadmill. The high quality belt makes this a comfortable machine to run on, and it can go to an impressive 40% incline. At this price, you’re getting it for almost $800 cheaper than a Peloton Tread and, in Connect the Watts‘ opinion, getting a better treadmill.

Read our full review: Nordictrack X22i Treadmill Review

Commercial 2450 Treadmill – $2,299

For us, this is the pièce de résistance of the NordicTrack Labor Day sale. Ever since this piece of equipment came through the doors of Connect the Watts HQ, it’s been our favorite treadmill. We made a comparison video between this and the Peloton Tread, as they used to be around the same price. Now that the NordicTrack 2450 is almost a grand cheaper than the Peloton Tread, what was initially “too close to call,” we have a clear winner in the 2450.

Read our full review: NordicTrack 2450 Treadmill review

S27i Studio Bike – $2,299

Bigger isn’t always better, except when it comes to screens! The NordicTrack S27i has a massive 27″ screen, and with some massive savings to match, there’s no reason not to GO BIG. We did a comparison between the Peloton Bike+ and the S27i’s predecessor, the S22i, and found them to be very much equal. So throw in 5″ more of screen and $200 less in price, and the deal is too sweet.

Read our full review: NordicTrack S27i Studio Cycle review

RW900 Rower – $1,699

It was a dark day when this rower showed up at CTW HQ. Why had NordicTrack forsaken the 2021 model RW900 and completely revamped a rower that was great as it was?! As far as rowers go, we don’t recommend the RW900, but if you’re looking to round out your home gym and you’re all in with iFit, then go and save $100 in this sale.

Read our woeful review: NordicTrack RW900 Rower review

Fusion CST Studio – $2,299

If you’re interested in something that looks like a pulley machine, but isn’t, then has NordicTrack got the piece of equipment for you! The Fusion CST Studio somehow took out the eccentric resistance to bring more cardio into what was classically a strength workout. At $200 off, if you were looking for something different to introduce into your home, this could be a good fit.

Read our full review: NordicTrack Fusion CST Studio review

FS10i and FS14i Ellipticals – $1,700 and $2,299

We haven’t yet tested any of the NordicTrack elliptical machines. No matter my relentless begging for my husband to bring in one of these smooth operators, I haven’t been successful – yet! But if you want to exercise as gracefully as a gazelle, NordicTrack has two models on sale now.

Buy the FS10i or FS14i Elliptical

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