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Exerpeutic TF1000 Ultra High Capacity Walk to Fitness Electric Treadmill
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- Electric walking treadmill with 1.5-horsepower high-torque motor
- Adjustable speed up to 4 miles per hour in 0.1 mph increments
- 20-inch-wide treadmill belt; extra-long 18-inch safety handles
- LCD display monitors time, distance, calories burned, speed, and pulse
- Supports up to 400 pounds; folding frame; 5-year motor and frame warranty
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Exerpeutic TF1000 Walk to Fitness Electric Treadmill
The Exerpeutic TF1000 Walk to Fitness Electric Treadmill is an effective way to burn extra calories and achieve a healthy lifestyle. Walking on the Exerpeutic TF1000 is one of the easiest and most effective ways to achieve a regimen of regular exercise. Unlike outdoor walking, treadmill fitness walking has the benefits of shock absorption and the convenience of exercising in your own home, in front of a TV or just listening to your favorite music. Walk to Fitness can help you lose body fat, tone muscles and is a great way to stay in shape. As for assembly the Exerpeutic TF1000 is virtually assembled out of the box. Attach the computer and you are ready to go! So go ahead and try the Exerpeutic TF1000! It can take the punishment! The Exerpeutic TF1000 has been tested up to 400 pounds user weight*, allowing you to walk your way to fitness at any age and body size.
*For more information, please visit the manufacturer's official website or call the Customer Care Executive.
1.5 HP High Torque Motor
1.5 Horse Power High Torque Motor utilizes 'Quiet Drive' which reduces any noise when walking.
Product Dimensions and Weight
Dimensions: 51.2 x 32 x 63 inches; Weight: 120 pounds.
At a Glance
- Tested up to 400 lbs of user weight
- 400 lbs Weight Capacity
- Extra Long Safety Handles
- LCD Display Console
- Heart Pulse Pads/Speed Control Buttons
- 2 Manual Incline Positions
- Foldable and Transportable
- Wider Treadmill Belt
- 5 years motor warranty, 1 year frame, 90 days parts
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Wider Treadmill Belt
The treadmill belt has been widened to a fitness club size of 20 inch for safety and security. Treadmill belt size is 40 inchL x 20 inch W.
Extra Long Safety Handles
Extra long safety handles are 18 inch long, more than 2 times the length of handles.
LCD Display Console
LCD display window features elapsed time, distance walked, calorie burn, speed and pulse monitoring.
Heart Pulse Pads/Speed Control Buttons
Heart Pulse Pads on the handles allow you to target your heart rate while speed control buttons provides you convenience for adjusting your speed. The speed adjusts in increments of 1/10’s mph up to a maximum of 4mph.
2 Manual Incline Positions
It features 2 position manual incline. The frame has also been reinforced to accommodate a high weight capacity capability.
Foldable and Transportable
Folds up easily and then can be moved to different locations via transportation wheels.
400 Pounds Weight Capacity
Tested up to 400 pounds of user weight capacity.
The Exerpeutic TF1000 Walk to Fitness Electric Treadmill is an effective way to burn extra calories and achieve a healthy lifestyle. Walking on the Exerpeutic TF1000 is one of the easiest and most effective ways to achieve a regimen of regular exercise. Unlike outdoor walking, treadmill fitness walking has the benefits of shock absorption and the convenience of exercising in your own home, in front of a TV or just listening to your favorite music. Walk to Fitness can help you lose body fat, tone muscles and is a great way to stay in shape. As for assembly the Exerpeutic TF1000 is virtually assembled out of the box. Attach the computer and you are ready to go! So go ahead and try the Exerpeutic TF1000! It can take the punishment! The Exerpeutic TF1000 has been tested up to 400 lbs user weight, allowing you to walk your way to fitness at any age and body size. It comes with a 1.5 Horse Power High Torque Motor. The motor utilizes “Quite Drive” which reduces any noise when walking so that there is no sound interference with your TV or music. Speed adjusts in increments of 1/10’s mph up to a maximum of 4mph. The treadmill belt has been widened to a fitness club size of 20” for safety and security along with Extra long 18” safety handles that are 2x the standard length. The frame has been reinforced to accommodate a high weight capacity capability with wide side rails for a foot platform, if needed. Speed control buttons and on/off buttons are on the handle bars for convenience. Folds up easily for storage and can be wheeled around. The LCD display window features elapsed time, distance walked, calories burned, speed and pulse monitoring. With a 5 year Warranty: 5 Year motor warranty, 1 year frame, 90 days parts and labor how can you go wrong?
Get fit on your own schedule with the Exerpeutic TF1000 electric walking treadmill. The TF1000 is expressly designed for walkers, with an adjustable speed up to 4 miles per hour in 0.1 mph increments.
The TF1000's folding frame makes it easy to store and transport.
Construction-wise, the TF1000 includes a reinforced frame that's been tested for a user weight up to 400 pounds, along with wide side rails that acts as a foot platform if necessary. It's also easy to track your workout progress via the LCD display, which monitors your elapsed time, distance walked, calories burned, speed, and pulse. And you easily move the treadmill just about anywhere, as the TF000 includes a folding frame and bottom wheels. The TF1000 carries a five-year warranty on the motor and frame and a 90-day warranty on parts and labor.
Top Customer Reviews
Everyone has different reasons for purchasing a treadmill which is reflected in their review. I am writing this review based on my very specific intent of using this as a walking treadmill desk. This is the second treadmill I have purchased for this specific reason. My first treadmill was a much higher-end treadmill with all the bells and whistles you could think of and I used it for nearly 3 years. The problem with the higher end treadmill was that it was VERY LOUD to begin with and VERY BIG (even though it was foldable it was too heavy to move. I finally got rid of it because the noise was just too unbearable. In comes the Exerpeutic TF1000 Walking Treadmill. I was a bit nervous to get what I perceived as a "lower end" treadmill, but after a lot of looking around and reading hundreds of reviews, I decided to give this one a try.
I AM SO GLAD I DID!!
I've had this about a week now. So far, so good. There were a few bumps along the way, which kept me from giving it 5 stars (explained below), but I managed to get them worked out. I am walking on my treadmill right now at 3.0 mph/6% incline.
**EXTREMELY QUIET!!! The lower the speed the quieter it is. My normal walking speed is 3 mph. I can listen to music at a normal volume, I can hear my doorbell ring, and I can listen to a conference call. If I lower the speed to 2 mph, I can have a normal phone conversation without the other person hearing a weird humming sound in the background.
**INCLINE. The problem with many "walking treadmills", including some of the very expensive treadmill desks, is the inability to incline. While it may not be important for everyone, it is to me - it's what ultimately led me to purchase this particular model. This is one of the only treadmills in the "walking treadmill" category I could find with an incline option. Although it is a manual incline function, an incline is still an incline! There are 2 pre-set inclines using the Incline Adjuster in the back of the frame. The 2 options are either a) 3% incline degree or b) 6% incline degree, which is the one I use.
**HANDRAILS PERFECT FOR A DESK!! The handrails is the perfect size for a desk. There is still plenty of clearance for my legs to move at full stride. I am 5' 4", so the height of where the desk sits on the handrail is right at the cusp of being ergonomically comfortable for me. For someone too much shorter, it could be ergonomically uncomfortable for the wrist and shoulders with long term use. The size of my desk is 18.5" height x 34.5" wide. 3/4" thick plywood. I am using the same desk I used on my original much larger treadmill. The desk sits right where the handrail controls buttons are located. Because this console is much smaller than my old treadmill, I still have about another 4-5" opening between the top of my desk and the console. I'm using this opening for baskets which allows me to put things I might otherwise put in a desk drawer.
**CONTROLS ON BOTH HANDRAIL AND CONSOLE: I was originally concerned that the controls on the handrail might get in the way of my desk, but as you read in my previous point, this was no issue at all due to the large size of handrails themselves - there is plenty of real estate to place a desk. Having the controls right on the handles has become my favorite thing! I absolutely love it!! As a matter of fact, I can't imagine how I managed without it!! As for the main console, I really like the small size (i.e. not so bulky). It has the key features I need which are a) SPEED/MpH b) DISTANCE and b)TIME spent moving. There is also CALORIES and HEARTRATE, which I consider more of a "nice to have" rather than "must-have". (You're better off using a free online calorie calculator using the SPEED, DISTANCE and TIME along with your weight, age and gender to get a more accurate reading).
**COMPACT SIZE, LIGHT WEIGHT. OK, "light weight" is all a matter of perspective, but compared to other treadmills that are nearly 200, this 130 lbs treadmill is light weight. I'm able to move it if need be by myself. It takes up a lot less floor space and the compactness of the console is a definite plus.
now time for the CONS:
**Either the console is confusing or the manual is confusing - I'm not sure which. There are a lot of things which the manual simply never goes over. For example, there is nothing about the manual about the heart rate monitor let alone explaining why the console starts beeping after awhile when its registering your pulse. It doesn't explain how to change room temperature from C to F or how to change the clock from 24 hour time to 12 hour time.
What really had me knock this rating down to 4 stars was because I had to do A LOT of adjustments with the actual belt! The belt was centered on arrival but after about a mile or two of walking, the belt moved to the left. I adjusted it using the provided Allen wrench, but then it wound up to the far right. This back and forth movement went on all day! And if it wasn't already bad enough - the console began to show an "ERROR 6" code and the treadmill would just STOP. I couldn't find the meaning online, but I assume it has something to do with the belt. The only way to get rid of the code is to shut off, wait 2 seconds and then power back up. Needless to say, I was extremely frustrated by the end of the day.
On the second day, with my head much clearer and my patience restored, I tinkered a bit more with the screws and finally got the correct tension to keep the belt in place. I'm nearly at 20 miles and so far it's been good. TIP: Even though the manual says to turn 1/4 at a time, I think turning a 1/4 may have been too much. I recommend turning only 1/8 at a time.
In case anyone is interested in seeing my desk, I submitted a few pictures along with notes in the product picture section.
I you are looking to add your own desk directly on the handrail, you will need to be mindful of the weight of the material you are using. Plywood or plastic would be good. I would recommend not using solid wood because it is will be too heavy on the rails. BTW - To keep the desk in place all I did was screw in 2 "cup hooks" one each side of the plywood. I then attached one bungee cord to the left hook, wrapped it once around the left handrail, stretch the cord underneath the desk, wrapped it once around the right handrail and then hooked it to the right cup hook. No tools needed!
Aside from the issues with the belt adjustment (which ended up being solved), I would most definitely highly recommend this particular model to be used as a treadmill desk.
I hope this review and pictures helps!
My wife asked me to get her a treadmill for Christmas. Initially I had gone to the local sporting goods store and looked at their treadmills, huge great behemoths of machines, they had maybe 10 different ones on display. I didn't like the look of any of them, the designs all seemed outdated and garish, and just very big and overly plastic with features I knew my wife would never use. A couple looked ok and simpler but had a 250lb weight limit. Well my wife is less than that but I figured that 250lbs limit meant that it wasn't exactly built very well, what do heavier people get? surely they need a treadmill more than most, and all of them had a 1 yr guarantee on the motor... so I started looking for something better made and found this. The company's website won me over, they somehow seemed to actually care, I believed they meant well, and the product design showed a lot of thought, a higher weight limit, the name 'exerpeutic', the 'walking fitness' label made sense, I've always thought to myself why run when you can walk, you travel the same distance eventually and burn the same calories getting there, but what do I know, that's probably why I'm fat! This machine has a shorter belt because you are supposed to walk on it, I guess you could jog but it isn't made for sprinting anyway so you don't need a long stride. I liked the idea of the longer than usual arms. I imagine older people would find this very reassuring. The speed goes from 0.5 miles per hour, to 4.0 mph in 0.1 mph increments. 2.5 mph is a fairly brisk walk for us. So I was impressed by the design and thought that the company had put into the design.
I managed to get it all setup and ready for when she came home from work, I think initially she was happy but underwhelmed, it doesn't look fancy, and the only 'complaint' she had was the lack of auto incline. A month later though it's definitely grown on her more, I think she appreciates the simplicity of it, it does what it says on the tin, it gets her sweating, it isn't complicated, it isn't intimating, it's friendly to people that aren't fitness geeks but just want to do more exercise. You don't have to sit there pushing buttons for 5 minutes to start your workout. She uses it 3 or 4 times a week. I think it will last for years, there isn't much to go wrong. We work out together, I have my elliptical next to her treadmill and we watch tv while doing it. We're both very happy with this purchase and highly recommend it.
Also, I'm 6'1" with long legs. The track length is just fine, I never feel like I'm going to fall off, and only occasionally hit the front (if I get too excited and start walking faster). The extra width is really nice, I had a previous treadmill with a 16" wide deck, and was always hitting the sides. Not had that problem yet. Also, the treadmill belt stays centered very well, took only a slight adjustment out of the box, and haven't had to readjust yet.
Two months in, I've been consistently using this 5-6 times a week for an hour or more. I am starting to notice that the belt gets hot to the touch after long workout, but I haven't had any problems with it yet. Working to keep it well lubricated, the lube that comes with it is kinda hard to get very deep under the belt. I've put 70+ miles on it so far, no signs of trouble yet. I'm hoping this lasts me for years.