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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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). Why spend so much when you can easily make your own? Plus, compared to the TreadDesk, I like that this treadmill goes up to 10mph (as opposed to a max of 4mph).
The only downside to this treadmill is that it automatically stops after 30 minutes of activity. I've grown to like this "feature" though; that way, I can remind myself to take a break from walking and I could also tally up how many "30 minute sessions" I've done for the day.
So, if you're debating whether you should transition to a standing/treadmill desk, or if you're already shopping around for a suitable treadmill that is proven to work, don't hesitate to get this product!
SIDE NOTE ABOUT SHIPPING: UPS delivered the box damaged with a gaping hole in it, and there was definitely some cosmetic damage to the treadmill. Golf Outlets of America was very pleasant to deal with - they were super quick to respond to my issue and offered to replace the product right away. However, I did not mind the cosmetic damage, and received a generous discount instead. Kudos to their customer service department! UPS however, always leaves much to be desired.
I have had not issues with the belt slipping as long as I keep an even step and don't try to get ahead of it. Perhaps jogging might induce belt slippage? I'm not sure as I just walk.
What I like best about my treadmill is the fact that it's a no-nonsense operator. All I wanted was the ability to walk without bells and whistles which only serve to confuse me.
I did find the handle bars a bit low, but I need them only for balance, so it's no big deal. I am 5' 4" tall if that gives you an idea. I wish the manufacturer had added an adjustable bar.
I found my Strong's Concordance to be just the right size to place under the back of my treadmill. (it is also Strong enough :)
I assumed the flat piece of flooring, that was included, was intended for underneath the tread mill, which you can see in one of the photos.
I am adding some photos that might help when installing the knobs and screws. I gave my review four stars instead of five, only because it's a no-nonsense, uncomplicated, easy install treadmill as opposed to a more expensive model.
I may post an update later should I encounter any potential problems. Otherwise, I am looking to use my treadmill for some years or the duration.