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Confidence Power Plus Motorized Electric Treadmill

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  • Walk or run in the comfort of your own home
  • Multi-function LED display
  • Folds down for easy storage
  • Suitable for users up to 250 lbs
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Minute for minute, treadmills are the ultimate fat burning machine, eliminating up to 900 calories an hour. The Confidence Power Plus treadmill makes them an affordable machine for every household, so you can be burning fat without the hassle of having to go to the gym or bracing the weather. It is ideal for people new to running and those looking to shed a few extra pounds, and with it's folding design and wheels, it is easy to store and roll away. 600W power motor. Runway Size: 38.5" x 14". Full product size: 49" x 24" x 11". Weight of machine: 53 lbs Weight & Size of delivered package: 50.5" x 25.5" x 11.5" 57 lbs.

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  • ASIN: B00B280LOO
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (447 customer reviews)
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Nice size, not too bulky for small space.
Margaret
Works great for those that do not want to go to the gym and prefer to walk indoors.
Tonnette Munger
Additionally, the belt slips to one side regardless of how I adjust the tension.
Frieda

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332 of 340 people found the following review helpful By A.D. on October 11, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I recently converted to a standing desk from IKEA (the Fredrik) and I had been searching for a really small and lightweight treadmill that had handlebars that I could easily disassemble. When I saw this inexpensive and really compact option, I was hoping it would fit the bill - and it did! Not only that, but it was super easy to setup within 30 minutes once I received the shipment from Third Party Vendor, Golf Outlets of America (located in CA).

I've been using this treadmill for over 2 weeks now and I must say - for the price I paid - it's everything that I hoped for and more for my treadmill desk setup! It's very small and very light, so a petite woman such as myself can easily move it around (although most of the time, it's so compact that I just leave it under my desk as is). In order to remove the console from the handlebars, I just had to get handy with a screw driver. I opened the console, unlatched the wire (use a little Exacto knife to cut around the glue), slipped it out of the handlebar poles and attached it back to the console. As you can see from the picture I posted on Amazon, the setup looks quite minimal and not big and gaudy like other larger treadmill consoles - no handlebars to mess with either (no need to assemble them).

I've been walking while working on the computer about 3-6 hours a day, and I'm hoping to work up to a full 8 hours. You can start at a very small and manageable pace - 1.0mph, but I like to go as fast at 3.4mph when I'm surfing the Internet and doing non-work related tasks where my concentration doesn't have to be as focused.

The great thing about this treadmill is that similarly-sized setups cost anywhere from $820 (just for the treadmill) to $4000 (for the standing desk + treadmill).
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260 of 275 people found the following review helpful By Shethelia Crump on June 30, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
The product was ordered for my circumstance based upon space saving qualities.

Upon ordering, the product arrived w/in the week. The package was easy for me to manuever by myself, 57lbs in box-53 lbs out of box. It is around 4 feet tall and 4 feet long.

Assembly was SUPER easy. The treadmill was practically put together in the box. I had to insert a screw here and a knob there but no problems and it was assembled in a matter of minutes.

The treadmill's controls are very basic. No levels/intervals or incline adjustments. You have speed, calories, time, and distance icons on a central interface.

When actually using the treadmill, I was pleasantly surprised by how quiet it runs. Compared to other treadmills I have owned, the speed on this one seems a little slower i.e. going 3.5 seems faster on other treadmills as compared to this one. To compensate for that all you have to do is speed it up. I have used it up to speeds of 4.7 for speed walking purposes and it runs great.

Here comes the wonderful part, when I am finished, I pick up the walking portion of the treadmill and snap a knob---instantly compacting the treadmill and getting it out of the way. It does have rollers to roll it around if needed.

All in all, it is a nice basic treadmill that I would recommend to those of us who have limited space.
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134 of 153 people found the following review helpful By Rugger Clemmons on July 21, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I love this treadmill. It arrived in less than a week and was ready to go out of the box. In less than 5 minutes I was walking on the treadmill. I am 6'2 240 and the belt does not slip it however is a little short if you are taller than 6' by much I wouldn't recommend this one. I have used this everyday since it arrived and its very easy to figure out and understand and i have not had a minutes of trouble with it............. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this treadmill....... Its a great buy!!!
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106 of 125 people found the following review helpful By Jude1938 on July 19, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This treadmill was exactly what I wanted....small, lightweight, and quiet running. I'm 73 and had no trouble doing the minor assembly. What I found to be lacking was only in the instruction manual, which fails to tell you (1) that the speed and distance statistics shown in the control panel are in kilometers, (2) how to adjust the belt in case it needs it, and (3) how to lubricate the belt.

To convert kilometers to miles, multiply what is shown in the control panel by .621.

The treadmill comes with a hex wrench. On each side of the bottom end of the unit is a hole wherein the hex wrench fits. On YouTube, I found a tutorial for doing the belt adjustments: If the belt is sliding to the left, thrn the left screw clockwise and the right screw counter-clockwise one-quarter turn. If the belt is sliding to the right, turn the left screw counter-clockwise and the right screw clockwise one-quarter turn. Run the machine to check alignment and adjust accordingly. If the belt is too loose (tension on it should allow it to raise about three inches from flat), turn both screws one quarter turn clockwise. If it is too tight, turn both screws one-quarter turn counter-clockwise.

To lubricate the belt, lift it up on each side and squirt a small amount of lubricating oil, then run the machine to distribute it.

I am very happy with the machine now that I have the knowledge to care for it properly.
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35 of 41 people found the following review helpful By G. Latham on January 28, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I too purchased this treadmill to create a walking desk configuration. It has surpassed expectations. Sure, the console is rudimentary and the feature set is minimalistic, but if your goal is to adapt it to create a constructive fitness opportunity out of mundane activities, then this treadmill is a high value solution. The small walking track is a benefit, and perfectly suitable for me (5'8" with a ~2'3" stride).

Setup was trivial. The treadmill is nearly fully assembled in the box. The only trouble I had was that when everything was connected, the treadmill wouldn't start. The console simply read "SAFE". The problem was that the safety magnet was not able to make a proper connection to override this deactivation. The magnet did not fit neatly on top of the yellow dot. In my case, deactivation was only possible by sliding the magnet slightly but noticeably to the left of the poorly positioned dot.

Conversion to a treadmill desk required the following adjustments, as noted by others.

1) Disassemble the console by removing the screws on the back plate.
2) Remove the connector. I didn't have to cut around any glue or such, but the connector was a devil to remove. What worked in my case was to push hard down on the front of the white connector; pull down and away to disengage it.
3) Tie the connector end to dental floss or string and thread it through the interior of the hand support bar. Tie off the end in case you ever want to thread it back and reassemble the treadmill to the standard configuration.
4) Remove the hand bars (screws on both sides on the bottom) and reassemble the console.
5) Set up the track and the console (attached only by a wire, but study enough for this purpose) within your desired desk arrangement.
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