Experts and owners are sharply divided about ProForm CrossWalk treadmills. Specialty review sites lambaste the ProForm CrossWalk 375e's warranty policy (only 90 days on most parts) and say the company cuts corners on its budget treadmills, leading to long-term reliability issues. However, owners (at least those posting on Sears.com) are positive about the ProForm CrossWalk 375e, though there are some hints of maintenance issues.
We found the best reviews of the super-budget-priced ProForm CrossWalk 375e treadmill at specialty sites like TrainerSecrets.com, Treadmill-Ratings-Reviews.com and TreadmillDoctor.com (although these sources don't discuss the 375e specifically, their comments apply to budget-priced ProForm machines). There are also a fair number of remarks about the ProForm CrossWalk 375e on Sears.com, which sells this treadmill.
1. Trainer Secrets
This website criticizes the budget-priced ProForm CrossWalk for "an underpowered motor and a small running surface." Says the writer, "I don't care what the specs say, you have to cut too many corners to get the price that low."
Review: ProForm CrossWalk Treadmill Review, Editors of Trainer Secrets
2. Treadmill-Ratings- Reviews.com
Editors at Treadmill-Ratings-Reviewers.com are sour on ProForm's budget line, including the CrossWalk series: "From the perspective of price and features you cannot find a better deal. However, from the perspective of durability and maintenance, this treadmill has a better than average chance of having service issues."
Review: ProForm Treadmill Ratings and Reviews, Fred Waters
Although the Stevenson brothers don't discuss the ProForm CrossWalk 375e treadmill, they do review the similar CrossWalk 545. Their verdict: "So many times, people buy treadmills for all the wrong reasons. This treadmill gives you those wrong reasons."
Review: ProForm CrossWalk 545 Review, Clark & Jon Stevenson
A few dozen owners posting to this site give the ProForm CrossWalk 375e treadmill generally positive reviews. It's clear from the remarks here that most purchasers use their treadmills for walking, not for jogging or running.
Review: ProForm CrossWalk 375e Treadmill, Contributors to Sears.com