PrestigeSports XMPRO Dynamic Treadmill vs Sportstech TEST WINNER F37 Professional Treadmill

PrestigeSports XMPRO Dynamic Treadmill

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The cheapest place to buy:

Guarantee: 2 years

My rating: 8/10

The Benefits

Uphill running provides the resistance needed to build muscle in your legs. It has 3 levels of incline so if you want to get those calves burning and building then you’ll be able to do that! Furthermore, it holds a weight of up to 110kg (17.3 stone) or the weight of around 194 basketballs, thought you’d like to know!

This treadmill can reach a speed of 14kph (around 8.7mph). Therefore, you will be able to run at a challenging speed and certainly a speed that is going to train those muscles well. I have been consistently running long distance for few months and I personally run at a speed of 7mph (around 11.3kph) for longer distance runs, for beginners this may be a little lower. Therefore, if you are looking to improve your stamina then this machine will certainly help you do that.

The Problems

However, if you want to do sprints then this machine won’t necessarily let you reach full speed like those treadmills in the gym. It also makes a loud noise when running so you may want to make use of the Bluetooth speakers it has.

The running belt needs lubricating around once a week/fortnight depending on how long you use it for which can be a bit of a hassle but it is needed to keep the machine running smoothly and is fairly easy to do.

Overall I think you get good value for money on this machine as it can reach a good speed and certainly quickly enough to help you get fit! Keep reading below for another option.

Sportstech TEST WINNER F37 Professional Treadmill

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The cheapest place to buy:

Guarantee: Up to 5 years

My rating: 9/10

The Difference

This treadmill reaches speeds of 20kph (around 12.4mph) which is suitable for intense interval training and if you wanted to do sprints etc. If you want a really challenging walk/run then you can set the gradient to 15%, which is basically like climbing a mountain.

It can hold up to 150kg which is approximately the weight of an adult male panda, or 23.6 stone. This is 40kg more than the treadmill described above. This may be particularly useful if you want to run with a weighted vest or weighted backpack on for example.

Furthermore, it has a self lubrication system so unlike the PrestigeSports XMPRO Dynamic Treadmill, you don’t have the hassle of lifting the running belt up and spraying it. Therefore, you’ll save time, more time for running! Additionally, unlike the PrestigeSports treadmill, the Sportstech treadmill has a thick running belt and is quiet when running.

The verdict

To conclude, if you’re looking for a treadmill that does the job and gets you fitter, then the PrestigeSports XMPRO Dynamic Treadmill will do the job. You’ll save plenty of money and still have a well performing treadmill to use whenever you want.

However, if you want to train in several ways (sprints, hill climbs or intense intervals) then the Sportstech TEST WINNER F37 Professional Treadmill is the more expensive but valuable route of doing so. Furthermore, you won’t have to buy silicone oil/spray and keep applying it.

Both treadmills have a guarantee, are rated at least 4 1/2 stars by Amazon and both treadmills are good value for money, meaning that the option that’s best for you is reliant on how much you’re willing to pay.

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22 thoughts on “PrestigeSports XMPRO Dynamic Treadmill vs Sportstech TEST WINNER F37 Professional Treadmill”

  1. If I didn’t have a gym membership I absolute would invest in a treadmill. I live in Sweden and running outdoors isn’t always fun on winter, not that the snow or the cold is so bad, but it is so slippery. I’m really impressed that the better treadmills have sprints, hill climbs or intense intervals workouts. However PrestigeSports Treadmill has actually quite affordable price.

    1. I have one in case the weather gets bad! I live in a part of the country that’s remote and if the weather is bad I could be stuck in for a while, so it’s useful to have! I think both are great whatever your budget!

  2. I really appreciate your pointing out the noise issue with the PrestigeSports XMPRO Dynamic Treadmill. That’s one of my pet peeves with treadmills in general, the constant loud drone. Thanks for the info.!

    1. Yeah me too! The noise can be an issue but to save money I’d invest in one with that issue anyway and get some quality headphones! For the price it is I like this treadmill, definitely good if you’re on a tight budget!

  3. Great and informative post. I really like how you detail honestly the pros and cons of each one and also that you include their rating on amazon as this gives a gauge of what other people are thinking about the product too. I don’t know too much about running but you made this easy to understand- short, sweet and to the point. Keep up the good work!

    1. I know if I was reading a review I’d want to know the cons too! I just wouldn’t believe someone telling me there’s nothing wrong with a product if it’s a fairly cheap product, there’s always going to be some downsides! Despite this, for both treadmills the problems aren’t too big, but must be kept in mind. Thank you for the feedback!

  4. I’ve been thinking about getting a treadmill home since running in the winter is really irritating to my lungs (it’s -20 C outside right now). I usually just do walking and strength training during the winters for this reason. The loudness is definitely a problem as I live in a old wooden house with several apartments so I don’t think the neighbors would really appreciate to thudding noise. I’ll have to check out the other models you suggested! Thanks.

    1. I’m the same! I was running outside until December and then the cold started affecting my breathing and my muscles, was very hard to keep warm. Although running outside as opposed to a treadmill can have more benefits, during the winter a home treadmill is so useful. I’m glad I mentioned the loud noise, always a good thing to give someone the whole picture! Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

  5. Hi! your article is good! You know i always want to buy a Treadmill, but when i go to internet and search, i always see the article that too profession that i can’t understand what would they said, but your article is easy to read! And i also like see what’s your opinion about this Product, so i like to see you have a rating about this! Great post!

    1. I think a review should be easy to read! I know if I was looking to buy a product I would want a review that tells me exactly what I want to know easily and quickly.

  6. Thanks for reviewing, I personally would hate to have to lubricate a treadmill that often! Glad I found your post before purchasing and thank you for making my research that bit easier!

    1. Yeah I think the hassle of lubricating the treadmill that often would be inconvenient, however it is fairly straight forward to do. Alongside the price you pay it can be expected. Glad I could help, thank you.

  7. Thanks so much for your awesome review of these two treadmills.

    I really appreciate you’re telling us about the noise with the first treadmill. The manufacturers never tell you that up front, lol. And because I like to run while watching T.V., that would be a big issue.

    I’ll be needing something new fairly soon, so I’ll be bookmarking your site for information.


    1. No problem! I don’t think the noise would be louder than the T.V. but it’s certainly an issue you’re right! Thank you for your offering your thoughts on this post.

  8. This is a great review Nick, I have a treadmill but I find that it feels cramped and sometimes I worry I might break it lol. I’ll have to check out the prestigeSports XMPRO Dynamic Treadmill at some point. Thank you for this great information.

    Amanda Blaine

    1. I get what you mean! Some treadmills can feel small and fragile when being used, but neither of these treadmills have that problem. I’m delighted that this information has been of some use to you, good luck with whatever you decide to do!

  9. I live in a great area to not run on a treadmill all year round and lately with studying for work I’m thinking of running indoors and placing my book to where I can read. Glad you mentioned the noise of that first treadmill and besides it looks like I’d be able to get my book on the 2nd one more than the first. Thanks for the review.

    1. It’s interesting that you want to study and exercise at the same time! It seems like you have a lot of commitment! Having an indoor treadmill could also be a time saver too and in the winter months a much more convenient way to get the exercise done!

  10. Wow, I never knew there was such a wide variety in pricing on the treadmills. I probably would have just gotten the cheaper one and been unhappy with it and given up on owning a treadmill. But now I see that if I spend a bit more, I could have a true running machine for the house. I live in Korea and our air quality is not always conducive to running outside, so this is an option I will look into. Thanks.

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