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TrekDesk Treadmill Desk

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  • Integrated treadmill desk designed to let you walk on treadmill while working
  • Attaches to almost any treadmill; workspace measures 72 by 34 inches
  • Includes manuscript holder, three-level file folder; and top telephone/headset stand
  • Two cup/utility holders; adjusts to users between 5 feet, 4 inches and 6 feet, 4 inches tall
  • Supports up to 55 pounds of equipment; weighs 57 pounds; two-year warranty
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Product Description

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Too busy to work out on a daily basis? Turn to the TrekDesk treadmill desk, which encourages you to walk slowly on a treadmill while you talk to clients, type up proposals, or catch up on your email. Designed to attach to most existing treadmills, the TrekDesk was originally built for offices, with a variety of features meant to keep employees productive and fit throughout the day. The desktop offers a generous workspace that measures 72 inches long by 34 inches wide, and includes such desktop accessories as a manuscript holder that keeps books and magazines upright; a file folder with three levels; accessory slots to keep accessories on the desktop; a top stand that holds your telephone, headset, or cell phone; and two cup/utility holders. The desk's center cutout, meanwhile, keeps all treadmill controls and accessories within easy reach, while also positioning your body close enough to type on a laptop or use a mouse. And despite the TrekDesk's foldable design, it's extremely sturdy when attached, with two height-adjustable support legs (fixed 49 inches apart) providing a solid, robust steel base, and a premium powder-coated steel frame that's built to last a lifetime. The frame is topped off by a resilient, steel-reinforced, low-density polyethylene (LDPE) desktop.

The TrekDesk offers a number of benefits to both work and home users. Not only does it encourage weight loss, disease prevention, and overall physical health, but it also improves your mood and increases your productivity. Studies show that a TrekDesk can increase blood flow to the brain, helping improve your memory by as much as 15 percent in a six-month period. At the same time, walking on a treadmill promotes healthy restorative sleep patterns, which in turn decreases your stress levels and keeps you happier. In short, the TrekDesk can help encourage a total overhaul of your mental and physical well-being.

Other features include beveled edges for comfort and appearance; a height-adjustment console that adjusts to the perfect ergonomic position for typing (the desktop suits employees between 5 feet 4 inches and 6 feet 4 inches tall); robust metal support arms for added strength and durability; and a durable scuff-resistant work surface. The TrekDesk--which sets up easily within 30 to 45 minutes--supports up to 55 pounds of equipment and weighs 57 pounds by itself. It also carries a two-year warranty.

TrekDesk Features and Specifications:

  • Desk Size: 74 inches by 34 inches
  • Height Adjustable: 46.5 to 56.5 inches
  • Weight: 58 pounds
  • Treadmill Compatibility: Works with most treadmills
  • Manufacturer's Warranty: Two years
  • Powder coated steel frame and steel reinforced HDPE desktop
  • Folds for easy storage
  • Manuscript stand
  • Two cup holders
  • Four-level file tray

About TrekDesk
Designed by a team of engineers, manufacturing, and sales professionals, the TrekDesk is intended to make people more productive and healthier at the same time. TrekDesk is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, with a design team based in Bedford, Virginia.


Product Details

  • Item Weight: 58 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 80.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B002IYRBI0
  • Item model number: TD-01
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (276 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,270 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

My job has me in a chair at a desk all day long and sitting for hours was killing my health.
Patricia D. Brown
If you've been thinking of getting a treadmill desk and don't want to spend a ton of money, I would highly recommend buying a TrekDesk.
JF-Marietta, GA
Walking on my treadmill outfitted with my TrekDesk is simple, easy, and a much better way to work.
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197 of 201 people found the following review helpful By Ted Weiss on April 15, 2013
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I purchased my TrekDesk about 6 months ago but it sat in it's box for a few months before I got around to pairing it with the Confidence Power Plus Motorized Electric Treadmill (also bought from Amazon). I was pretty skeptical at first - especially after reviewing the most negative review video.

I work mostly at home as an IT consultant and have lived a very sedentary life as a result and have put on at least 50lbs too much and really needed to make a change in my life. If I was going to do this - I really needed to 1) keep it under budget (we have 5 kids at home etc.) and 2) I needed enough space to hold all my stuff (I use three monitors with my PC) and it had to hold it all steadily. It's now been 8 weeks since I started using my new desk/treadmill and I wanted to tell my experience.

Pre-workout and building courage phase:

Once I received my treadmill I was finally forced to open the box for the desk and to begin to build it. I was pleasantly surprised at the build construction. From the negative video - the guy makes it look like it will fall over and collapse by barely touching it so I remained skeptical still. It took me only about 45 minutes (in total - in between visits from my little guys asking if they can help every 2 min.) I am only 5'8 (got shorter due to paratrooper days in the Army :) and found that I the default height of the lowest setting fit me perfectly. With the treadmill in place I stand very comfortably with my hand easily being able to reach my keyboard and other items I need to use without issue. There is at least enough room to raise it another 10 inches for those less vertically-challenged like me.
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211 of 217 people found the following review helpful By J. Rogers on October 8, 2009
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I have been waiting for months for the Trekdesk to be released. I ordered mine minutes after receiving the email that it was available to order (I was on the waitlist). I had lofty expectations for this product. Now that I have been using it for a few days I can safely report that Trekdesk has met all my expecations. I am thrilled with my new office routine!

Let me start with the bad to get it out of the way. I am nit-picking here. These are fairly minor complaints.
THE BAD:

- Assembly instructions could be more helpful. It took me 45 minutes to assemble the desk, although I admitedly am not much of a handyman. Others could probably assemble it in half that time. The instructions were detailed, but do not have drawings/pictures which would have been very helful to me. The video helped some, but I wish it also was more detailed in showing assembly steps. I was surprised at the number of parts to assemble...and the number of screws. It would be helpful to have the different size screws in separate bags instead of all in one bag.

- Difficulty accessing the treadmill control panel under the Trekdesk. I believe Trekdesk recommends a treadmill with a side panel instead of the panel in front. However, my treadmill has the front panel, which sits under the Trekdesk. I can't see the treadmill display without performing gymnastic contortions. Also, must reach under the Trekdesk to press the start/stop buttons on the treadmill. However, after a few hours I was used to the routine. I haven't changed the speed or incline on the treadmill since the first day anyway, so no need to have easy access to the control panel.

- cord control. They should add features for tying down cords somewhere.
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167 of 176 people found the following review helpful By Trinity Aviation Group on February 8, 2010
I've been looking at workspace / desk options for a couple of years. I first saw the concept of "Walk / Work" with a product made be SteelCase. Theirs is a nice looking unit with a built-in treadmill, but two major problems: 1) Extremely expensive, and 2) The built-in treadmill is essentially featureless. So I kept looking and came across TrekDesk. I dropped some hints with my wife about the TrekDesk for Christmas and sure-enough, there was a huge box under the tree on Christmas morning. I put the TrekDesk together in about 25 minutes with only minor tools, and not-so-handy handyman skills. I found the TrekDesk simple and easy to put together... some reviews here suggest that it is difficult to assemble. Personally, I'm all thumbs and found it very simple, with good pictures and diagrams in the assembly directions.

Despite the advice at TrekDesk, I thought it would be a good idea to put the speed up on the Treadmill to 2-3mph (seemed slow compared to Gym workout), however i found within a few minutes that was much too fast. After 6 weeks of near-constant use, I find that anywhere from .8-1 mph is perfect for me. That is the speed (for me) that I can carry on a very normal conversation, type comfortably, file, sort, etc. At that rate, I get more energy than I give... overall a very comfortable pace. By the way I bought the NordicTrak Elite 9500 pro for about $850 and find it to be a great match with the TrekDesk. The tread portion of the 9500 is long enough that I can actually run on the treadmill for my workouts without needing to move or adjust my desk.

Six weeks in:

1.) Very Even Energy -- no afternoon lows, or mid-morning blahs... I have consistent energy during the day (averaging about 5-6 miles / day)
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