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ProForm Power 795 Review – Worth The Money?

This is a budget friendly folding treadmill that you can find frequently at local stores like Walmart and Sears. It's around $800 and is ideal for a home with multiple users. While the model itself has been discontinued that means that you can frequently find it at a discount making it even more affordable. The ProForm Power 795 Review will show you if it is worth you money.

ProForm Power 795 Review – Worth The Money?

ProForm Power 795 Treadmill

Designed for the American market you can also get it online for now since it's becoming harder to find in stores. It's a pretty basic model and you're not going to find a lot of pre-programming or added features like on-board fans but do you really need them?

Technical Info

It has a 3.0HP CHP Mach Z Commercial Plus motor that will power away with anyone up to 325lb which makes this perfect for anyone looking to buy a treadmill for weight-loss. That being said it's also got a ProShox Cushioning system on the deck so that your joints won't be under as much stress.

It has a pretty standard running area that's 20” by 55” with a belt that is balanced by 1.9 precision balanced and non-flex rollers which allows the belt a smoother travel and prevents wear and tear. The machine itself has up to a 12% incline and can go as fast as 12mph, making it more than adequate for the average runner.

There's also quick adjustment buttons for both speed and incline that are designed for use when interval training.

On top of these there's a 6” back lit display which is compatible with iFit, though you have to buy the module separately and it has 24 built in programs as well as a grip-pulse heart rate monitor and a workout fan.

There's also two cup holders and an accessories tray. The warranty is pretty impressive too with 2 years on parts and 1 on labor as well as lifetime coverage for the frame.


  • Folding
  • 24 Programs
  • Heart Rate Monitoring
  • Cushioned Deck
  • 3.0 HP Motor
  • 12MPH Max speed
  • 0-12% Incline
  • 20”x55” Deck
  • 6” Backlit Screen
  • iFit Compatible


Obviously the best part about this treadmill is that it folds. The design is space saving and allows for it to be packed away into a smaller space. It also has Easy Lift Assist so that it's not too hard to do.

The iFit program gives you unlimited different workouts and is designed by a certified personal trainer. You can also use it with Google Maps to customize a personal workout plan and make your own goals.

There's also the ability to add friends so you can compete and encourage each other. Connecting with google maps allows you to select a route and run it anywhere in the world

At between $800-1000 it's not expensive for a treadmill at all, especially when you take into account the fact that it folds and has the iFit capability which puts the console into the realm of treadmills three or four times its price range.

Having 24 built in workouts already programmed means that even if you don't want to use the iFit there's plenty of variety to work with.

This also means that you've got the option for hill running and intervals with varying difficulty so you don't even need to fuss with the quick adjustment buttons and can simply concentrate on running. There are also fat-loss and heart rate cardio programs which work for any fitness goal.


The display is pretty small, it's only slightly larger than most cell phones which can make it hard to read, especially if you are running hard.

The large tray does work well as a holder for a tablet, but you're risking it falling onto the deck too. The readout only shows basic information and you're not going to get detailed results like VO2 Max even with the iFit module.

The motor is incredibly noisy and the belt has a whine to it. The materials are pretty cheap and it's noisy enough that you won't be able to listen to music or television without it being noticeable.

It's not built to last very long and you'll need to be good with the maintenance underneath the belt to stop debris getting into the folding area and then into the motor.


The best accessory you could get for this treadmill is a tablet holder. That way you can have a larger screen to view the iFit program or watch television on.

There's already so much built in that apart from having good running shoes there's not a lot to add on


Since this has been discontinued it's not that easy to get hold of. Most companies will offer free shipping on this item simply because it's big and bulky.

Unless you're buying it used you probably won't be able to get it set up and will have some assembly. Also if you're lucky the company will deliver to your home rather than the store.

3 Frequently Asked Questions about the product

1. What is the Maximum Weight?

25lb is the weight limit on this model

2. Does it fold?

Yes, this is a folding design so the deck lifts up and away for compact storage.

3. Are the bars long enough to hold?

Yes, the frame arms extend along the deck so that you can hold on while walking or support yourself in the event of a fall.


While this is technically a budget treadmill it's still got an amazing amount of features for the price. As a folding model you're getting all the benefits of a much more expensive and powerful model but for less.

The small screen is a bit of a let down but if you're only worried about basic measurements like speed, distance, calories and heart rate then it shouldn't be an issue.

The iFit option adds convenience and it's powerful enough to suit most entry level runners. The ProForm Power 795 offers convenience, affordability and functionality though since it's been discontinued there's probably a newer model in the works so keep an eye out!

I hope you liked our ProForm Power 795 review and if you have any questions or ideas feel free to refer to the contact page and send a message.

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