|NoblePro Elite 8.1i Treadmill|
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The Noble Pro Elite E8i treadmill allows users to use the touchscreen to view popular entertainment apps such as Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube and Spotify.
It comes with a lifetime FREE Kinni Membership, and connects to the latest treadmills apps including Zwift, Rouvy, Peloton, BitGym, Strava and Training Peaks and Kinomap. It has a top speed of 13 mph, with a 4hp motor.
This machine despite its power is quiet running and feels big and sturdy like a gym treadmill.
The Noble Pro Elite E8i treadmill is heavy to move, however it can be folded up out of the way.
What Is The Screen & Sound Like?
The screen is a 10.1" LED interactive touch screen that shows you speed, time, heart rate, distance and incline.
Lastly, it has a dual speaker audio system and you can use the treadmill speakers using Bluetooth.
Does It Have Pre Built In Training Programs?
Yes, the NoblePro Elite 8.1i treadmill comes with 40 custom programs and includes heart rate based programs.
One of the biggest selling points about NoblePro treadmills is the ability to use multiple apps like Peloton, Nordic track/Pro form, iFit and not being stuck with 1 platform.
It connects directly to:
As a added bonus, you also get lifetime membership to Kinni when you buy a NoblePro treadmill.
It also has built in entertainment apps including Netflix, Spotify, Strava, and TrainingPeaks.
What Is The Maximum Speed?
The fastest the treadmill will go is 22 km/hr, which is the equivalent of 4:23 min/mile or 2:43 min/km pace. This is about a 14:30 minute 5KM so this should be more than enough for the majority of runners.
Does It Have A Heart Rate Monitor?
It does NOT have heart rate monitors you can hold.
However, it does have heart rate sensor compatibility so you can use your favourite BLM heart rate monitor and it will show your heart rate on the screen.
Does It Have A Phone Holder?
Yes, it has 2 holders that will fit your phone or keys.
Will Foot Pods Work?
Foot pods like the Stryd, Coros or Garmin foot pods will work but the NoblePro treadmills also come with a virtual foot pod.
This means the treadmill will send your treadmill data via bluetooth to your app.
This provides all the advantage of using a foot pod without actually needing to use a foot pod.
The virtual foot pod is automatically activated on NoblePro treadmills via Bluetooth.
The NoblePro virtual foot pods will send the following data:
- Stride Length
Is It Foldable?
The Noblepro 8.1i folds up really neatly measuring just 130cm x 86cm x 152.5 cm when folded.
It should be noted it is quite heavy to lift up but everyone should be able to do this without any problems.
4.2 HP DC motor
|INCLINE||20 different ranges|
|PROGRAMS||40 different programs|
10.1" LED Interactive Touch Screen
Speed, Time, Heart Rate, Distance and Incline
|HEART RATE MONITOR||Heart rate sensor compatibility so you can use your favourite heart rate monitor|
|SIZE||1880 mm x 860 mm x 1450 mm|
|RUNNING AREA||1500mm x 520mm|
|MAXIMUM USER WEIGHT||135kg|
NoblePro Elite 8.1i vs NoblePro Elite 8.0 Treadmill Comparison?
The NoblePro Elite 8.1i treadmill is the more advanced version of the 2 NoblePro treadmills.
The treadmills themselves are pretty much the same, except the 8.1i version can go 2.0 km/hr quicker than 8.0 treadmill.
The main difference is the 8.1i has a more updated interactive touch screen, entertainment apps, WiFi connection and more training programs but costs £600 more than the 8.0 treadmill.
Personally, if you can afford it, upgrade to the 8.1i for the extra features and connections.
|NoblePro Elite 8.0 Treadmill||NoblePro Elite 8.1i Treadmill|
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