Programmed with 30 built-in workouts designed by certified personal trainers, the ProForm® 905 CST Treadmill allows you to work towards your fitness goals with the same benefits of a gym membership.
3.0 CHP Mach Z™ Commercial Plus motor is self-cooling for long-lasting life and durability
ProShox™ cushioning delivers a professional feel
Premium Firm Grip™ handlebars provide stable, comfortable support
Precision Quick Touch™ controls make micro adjustments easy
Incline leads to twice as many calories burned versus a flat stride
Track Your Training
5’’ backlit iFit® display tracks fitness stats during your workout
30 built-in workouts for a variety of training sessions
Free 30 day iFit Trial
Integrated tablet holder allows you to easily connect via Bluetooth™ to iFit® program
Customizable workouts developed by certified personal trainers
Global Google Maps™ routes change your workout scenery
Comprehensive fitness tracking and unlimited workout library
Stabilization and Storage
Folding SpaceSaver® technology for simple storage
CoolAire™ workout fan
iPod compatible audio jack with 2’’ Intermix Acoustics™ 2.0 speakers
Maximum User Weight Capacity: 350 lbs.
Motor: 3.0 CHP
Heart Rate Monitor: EKG™ pulse grips and wireless chest strap
Speed Levels: 12
Incline Levels: 12
Shock Absorption: ProShox™ cushioning
Rollers: 1.9’’ precision-machined and balanced
Deck Size: 20’’ x 60’’
Assembled Dimensions: 79’’ x 37’’
Manufacturer’s Warranty: Frame and Motor – Lifetime, Parts – 3 years, Labor – 1 year
- Brand : ProForm
- Country of Origin : Imported
- Style : PFTL10916
- DICK'S Pro Tips
- Web ID: 16PFMUPRFRM905CSTTRD
- SKU: 17578184
ProForm 905 CST Treadmill is rated out of 5 by 34.
Rated 1 out of 5 by jo1544 from heads up can't use the treadmill until you sign up for a "cancel anytime" monthly online coaching thing from ifit. found that out after waiting 30 min to talk to someone at proform. no where in any of the 5-6 various manuals does it state that signing up has to be done prior to use. went to ifit to sign up and their system to sign up was down and customer support is closed on weekends. here sits my new treadmill going unused for the weekend.
Date published: 2018-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by ASHHF1 from Great Treadmill Have had this about two weeks and it gets use almost everyday. We did a lot of research before purchasing and have found this to be the best treadmill on the market at the $800-$1200 price point. We couldn't be happier with this purchase.
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by RT3413 from Solid, Great Google Maps, Limited Pre-Programmed Workouts Bought this and have used it for about a month, I'd buy again for the deal I got on it. The unit arrived and was delivered to my garage. I'd HIGHLY recommend paying the extra delivery to get it delivered to where you want it as it is extremely heavy - the packaging alone is easily 40lbs. The unit went together relatively easily... it's a two-person job for a few parts but generally took me about 2 hours to assemble end to end. Once put together the unit is extremely stable. I'm 6'2", 195lb and run between 7-9mph and the unit has very little wiggle if any. The tablet holder works well and the deck has a good feel to it. The downsides are really around the electronics. The unit has an iFit integration which gives a great ability to link to Google Maps which is a pretty cool feature. But the workouts are very limited and quite basic. If you have a more advanced iFit subscription it probably gives you what you need but without it the workouts are a bit basic and limited.
Date published: 2018-01-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by Frustrated runner from Nightmare I wish I could review this treadmill but it is still in pieces. Paid for delivery and assembly which has been a joke! Man came to assemble my treadmill today and it’s missing pieces! So I wait again! By the time the pieces arrive and assembly man comes back I will have had this treadmill in my basement for 1 month! Someone dropped the ball pro form or Dicks sporting goods- not sure but it’s been a joke!
Date published: 2019-01-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by Trekrider from I would buy this product again I enjoy walking and this treadmill offers pre-programs as well as manual input so that I can set the incline and speed. This is the third Pro-form treadmill that I've owned in the past approximately 30 years. This treadmill arrived in pieces whereas the previous two were completely set up when purchased. Set up was not difficult, but I would warn that when you get to Step 12 on page 14, the screws that were supplied were incorrect - Machine screws are needed to attach the left and right handrail covers, but self-tapping screws were supplied. This was the only "glitch" encountered. Treadmill works great!
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by DebMed from ProForm 905 Treadmill This was a gift for my husband for Christmas. Dick's had the best price. My husband put it together himself without any trouble. He loves it! I opted for threshold delivery, which means the purchase gets brought into one door and placed. Choose a door nearest where you intend to set it up, because it's heavy!! We had to find a couple of big boys to get the treadmill from upstairs into the cellar. I should have had it dropped off coming into the cellar door.
Date published: 2018-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Team Redline from Great workout system for the price This treadmill was delivered to my house with some assembly required. No problem, I'm a handy guy. It's a big, HEAVY box so if you have someone that can help you wrangle it to where you want to unpack, that will be a huge plus! -Packaging: OUTSTANDING job securing everything and organizing it in a logical sequence. The directions were clear and easy to follow and the packaging for all the screws/bolts/etc could not have been better. -Assembly: Took me probably 90 minutes but this was largely due to where I decided to assemble the treadmill. Hindsight, should have put this together in the middle of the room and then moved it to the final location. Be careful unpacking, there are a lot of parts and a LOT of packaging materials! Read the directions carefully and note which bolts to tighten all the way, and which ones to leave loose (as you will come back to them later). I had one issue putting the console on due to over tightening the bolts on the arms which made for a bit of an awkward fit. -Download the app as soon as you can as it takes a little time to get up an running. You will need to link your phone (or tablet or other device) to the treadmill to get everything registered and begin your one month iFit trial -Layout: Lots of space on the console for everything (waterbottles, snack, etc) The tablet holder, for me, is too thin as my tablet is in it's own case but I simply use one of the other storage areas and have had no issues. I like how the console screen mirrors the data that you see on the app, plus you can control the speed or incline from either which is awesome! I have not yet tried the speakers (you need to purchase a male to male audio cable to connect your device) POSSIBLE cons: The motor takes a while to get you to the full 12% incline. That's not a complaint, but some people may get irked at this esp when using the app When you hit stop (at the end of your cooldown or whenever) the belt stops... NOW... so be ready for that! I would like it if I could angle the fans as the breeze is hitting me more in the chest than in my face (I'm 6'3") It is recommended when you are done with the treadmill, to not only turn off the unit, but to unplug it to avoid wear. That seems a bit unusual to me but I'll follow the recommendations. Overall, I think this was a great buy for the price. I got a "beginning of the year, time to get in shape" sale price. Had to wait 3 weeks for delivery which was a bit of a downer but for that sale price, I won't complain too loudly. Folding the treadmill up makes moving it easy (not that I will move it from the room it is in). I love that the app actually interacts with your treadmill and really distracts you from how much of a workout you are getting. This replaced a very old and no longer working correctly elliptical for us. The shock system on the unit reduces the impact on your knees/back/etc and I have had very little pain from running (getting back into shape in my mid 40s, I had concerns that I wouldn't be able to move the next morning). I will update this post later if I find problems, or more positives the longer I own this treadmill.
Date published: 2019-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by Suzie2zie from I've only used it once so far There were 2 screws in the bottom of the box. We figured out that it was because they screwed a metal plate on the wrong side and just dropped the screws in the bottom of the box. I was afraid that it was missing screws from something important originally. Just have to figure out how to use the features on the treadmill. Different than my 20 year old ProForm. My knees aren't too good so I appreciate the extra shock absorbers.
Date published: 2017-09-23
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