The Precor 9.27 provides a comfortable foundation for your cardio fitness or weight loss goals. With the patented shock absorption, a smaller size, and just the right combination of features, the Precor 9.27 treadmill fits into your home and healthy lifestyle with ease.
Price from $2,299.00 to $2,548.99
first the Precor 9.27 is a Well built machine,but it maybe not be worth the extra cost with only a few upgrades from the Precor 9.23.
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Some Expert Reviews
- Precor 9.27 is a club quality treadmill that we recommend to any serious runner, mostly when it’s priced below $2,000. You can find it at higher price, but from our point of view that would be too pricey for the features it offers.This is a quality treadmill that we recommend to users weighing up to 350 lbs/ 159 kg. Taller users can benefit from this machine due to the belt of reasonable above average length.—By Runreviews.com
- The Precor 9.27 has its good points and is one of the better models from the company, but you can still find more competitive alternatives.—By Treadmillreviews.com
Some User Reviews
- Great treadmill give or take a few minor improvements:First and foremost, I have to give credit to Melanie’s Amazon review of this Precor 9.27 treadmill. After having canvassed the internet for all of the “best of” lists of treadmills, including Consumer Reports and the Treadmill Doctor, her review is what ultimately sealed the deal for me. There are lots of misleading and persuasive commentaries on various treadmills, but her comprehensive assessment of the various brands is precisely what all consumers hope to have when making such a large purchase.
While I believe the Treadmill Doctor is a fairly informative site, I do believe that their positive, yet brief, reviews of Precor treadmills is not unintentional. After all, their business is to make money off of the repair of treadmills. Well, the Precor is relatively maintenance-free, which obviously wouldn’t be in Treadmill Doctor’s economic best interest to advocate, which leads me to the conclusion that the “barely there” reviews given to Precor doesn’t serve consumers very well.
That being said, this review is for the Precor 9.27 treadmill itself, which is an excellent product. From the sturdiness to the multitude of programs, this treadmill is a no-nonsense machine that runs exactly like the one at my local gym. The simplicity of the features and the (thus far)
smoothness of the belt function will hopefully allow for years of use. Please don’t be dazzled by all the bells and whistles of those abysmal Nordic Track treadmills that are designed to dazzle you with their cheap touch screens and iFit programs (which never work). Buy the PreCor and watch your iPad and listen to music while utilizing one of the inexpensive plexiglass trays that you can hook onto the console.
In terms of assembly, I highly encourage anyone to have 2 or, even better, 3 people assist you with moving the machine because the dead-weight of the heavier, motorized end of the treadmill will certainly be difficult for even the most physically fit amongst us to manage. There are, however, helpful wheels located on the heavier end that will allow you to wheel the home treadmill to your desired location.
My only quibble, if you can call it that, is with the flimsy, clear plastic screen that covers the display. One can merely touch (and that means lightly) the screen itself, and it will discolor and seemingly look as if it has damaged the display. Fortunately, the screen will “fix” itself by slowly separating form the LED array. For this reason, I would discourage anyone from trying to clean the display with anything. If anything, one should purchase one of the clear plexiglass trays that will cover the display screen. A hard plastic should have been used for this display in the manufacturing, but the plastic used here, if you can even call it that, is like the thin plastic display window on a food carton—and even that may be giving it too much credit.
With all the above being said, I would highly recommend this treadmill to anyone who wants their money to go the distance (5 years and beyond) Precor has an excellent reputation and justly so.—By Christopher M. Johnson
- A good piece of machinery:I’ve had or worked out on treadmills all my life. The motor on this one is the quietest, and the belt the smoothest. I am definitely enjoying it! I wanted a good treadmill, whose belt ran smoothly. I’ve now got one!—By amurray
- Solid Investment in your Health:I suffered a heart attack back in May and used a treadmill during cardiac rehab. I love walking outside but winter weather in Cleveland often forces me inside. My wife and I decided to buy a treadmill and based on my research Precor was the leading choice. Debated over the 9.27 vs the Precor 9.23 but ultimately chose the 9.27. I wanted the extended handles offered on this model and fact that it will monitor heart rate with the built in telemetry. You can also use the hand grips to monitor heart rate but using the included chest strap is more convenient and more accurate. I know $400 is a lot to pay for these features but well worth it. The machine is rock solid and exudes quality. No iPod docks or integrated fans are present but the display is clear and provides the info you need for a good workout. I look forward to coming home, firing up the treadmill and working up a good sweat. This thing will outlast me and I intend to be around for a long time. No regrets if you purchase this treadmill.–By P. Peters