LifeSpan TR200 Compact Treadmill
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- Fully assembled treadmill that folds compactly and fits under bed or in closet
- Blue LCD console tracks your time, calories, distance, steps, speed, and incline
- Quick-start speed and incline buttons; 3 speed and 3 incline programs
- Built-in speakers and headphone port; contact heart rate grips
- Measures 30.5 x 51.5 x 60.5 inches (W x H x D); lifetime frame warranty
- 2010 Treadmill Doctor "Best Buy" Award Winner; 2010 Fitness Professor "Best Treadmill Under $1,000" Award Winner
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TR 200 Features: -Treadmills.-Three speed programs and three Incline programs.-Contemporary, convenient and ''just my size''.-For light users looking for a simple, portable walking treadmill.-Surprisingly sturdy, yet small enough to use in any workout space.-Quickly and easily folds to 11'' thin so you can store it under a bed, in a closet or behind a door.-Intuitive console features a large, easy to use display with six exercise programs, motivating readouts and quick speed and incline buttons.-Display area: Blue LCD with simultaneous readouts and exercise program profile showing workout progress.-Readouts: Time, calories, distance, steps, heart rate, speed, incline level.-Audio center: Speakers and headphone plug-in.-Easy to use: Start, up / down arrow keys, and quick start speed and incline buttons.-Go directly to 3, 4, 5 or 6 mph and to incline level 4, 6, 8 or 10 by pressing the desired speed and incline level button on each side of the console display.-Speed: 0.5 - 6 MPH.-Weight capacity: 250 lbs. Specifications: -Drive motor: 1.5 HP continuous duty.-Incline: 10 Levels. Dimensions: -Belt size: 17'' W x 48'' D.-Folded dimensions: 11'' Thin (vertically or horizontally).-Overall dimensions: 52'' H x 31'' W x 60'' D.
The blue LCD console tracks your time, distance, calories, and more.
The treadmill also includes such controls as an easy-to-use start button, up/down arrow keys, and quick-start speed and incline buttons. The speed and incline buttons are particularly handy, with options on each side of the console display that let you skip directly to 3, 4, 5, or 6 miles per hour or incline level 4, 6, 8, or 10. And to make your workouts more efficient, the console offers six exercise programs that help you vary your exercise routine--a critical factor for people trying to get in shape.
Other features include built-in speakers and a headphone port for plugging in your iPod or MP3 player and contact heart rate grips.
- Belt size: 17 by 48 inches
- Drive motor: 1.5-horsepower continuous-duty motor
- Speed: 0.5 to 6 miles per hour
The treadmill folds into a compact frame and stores easily under a bed or in a closet.
- Incline: 10 levels
- Dimensions: 30.5 by 51.5 by 60.5 inches (W x H x D)
- Folded dimensions: 13.5 inches tall when lying flat; 59.5 inches tall while standing
- Capacity: 250 pounds
Lifetime on the frame, 5 years on the motor, and 1 year on parts and labor
About PCE Health and Fitness
Founded in 1994 in Park City, Utah, PCE Health and Fitness has established a reputation for innovation, quality, and community responsibility. In 2001, the company introduced the LifeSpan line of fitness equipment targeting the over-55, value-conscious consumer. The award-winning line of exercise equipment is now sold by fitness retailers across the U.S., Mexico, and Canada, and has grown to include both a high-value home series and a pro series that targets the high-end home user and the institutional customer. The company's awards include a Gold Medal Excellence Award from the Industrial Design Society of America, the Treadmill Doctor Best New Treadmill of the Year, and multiple Best Buy and Recommend Buy awards from the Consumer Guide and many others.
PCE's success stems in part from the delivery of meaningful innovation. The company truly believes that the best piece of exercise equipment is the one that you'll use, and focuses its research and development on creating such innovations as step-counting and decline-walking in the TR2000, and the intelligent console buttons that lead customers through console operations so they don't have a learning curve to use PCE products. The company also promotes active living and exercise as part of its beliefs and culture. PCE is a proud sponsor of the International Council on Active Aging and is a member of the Medical Fitness Association. PCE also donates equipment to local high schools and provides funding to the American Diabetes Association and various nonprofit organizations and activities.
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The manual states that the belt comes from the factory lubricated but the lubricant might have evaporated so it needs to be applied before first use. If that is the case, with the amount paid for this treadmill, it should at least include some lubricate. The treadmill that I received, like some others who also wrote reviews, needed lubricated.
Folding the treadmill is not an easy task. There are two dials that need to be turned with levers that are raised. It is neither easy to turn the dial or lift/lower the levers. As a result, the treadmill often just stays upright. For less than the amount of money I paid for this treadmill, I could have bought a treadmill that may be less compact and not capable of folding up and sliding under my bed but is suitable for more than walking or jogging and doesn't overheat and shutdown out of the box.
Delivery was fast, set-up was easy (it's heavy - if you are a woman alone, you WILL need help getting it inside). The instruction manual left something to be desired, but there's an URL to a pdf file with a more thorough one. I haven't begun using any of the pre-set programs; I'm just trying to work my way gradually to better condition at this point.
If you decide to buy this treadmill, be advised that you cannot walk into Lowe's or Home Depot and find 100% pure silicon to lube the belt -- all I could find available were aerosol products containing petroleum distillates, which are contraindicated. Place an order for it here when you order the treadmill! I bought mine just after Christmas (busy time!), didn't get around to setting it up for another week or so, then couldn't find the lube and had to wait for shipping. In the meantime, since I hadn't been able to use it yet, I forgot to register the purchase. Hope it will be covered if anything goes wrong, even though it's slightly more than 30 days after purchase!
One year later, my treadmill is still working beautifully! I use it for 45 minutes about 3-5 times a week, and it has yet to give me any trouble. I definitely got my money's worth. Just wanted to report it's holding up well!
This treadmill is exactly what I was hoping for! As other reviewers have said, there is no assembly required. Just take it out of the box, unfold it, lock the bars in place, plug it in and go. Five minutes after setting it up, I gave it a 40-minute workout, and I was thoroughly pleased. I'm 5'7", and the belt is long enough for my stride. I bought this machine to get back into my habit of walking at least 30 minutes a day, just for general fitness. It's surprisingly quiet, the display is bright and easy to read, and the machine feels solid and stable. I ran one of the programs at random, and as it changes incline it moves steadily and quietly. This is NOT a cheap, shoddily built piece of equipment. When I was done, I folded it up and moved it next to my dresser. And I LOVE that I can move it around without any help! I'm completely pleased with my purchase. I have only one disappointment: Two weeks after I bought mine, I now see it on sale for $100 less. If you're shopping, buy it. You won't regret it!
The first 4 months of ownership were great. After that, things went quickly downhill. As several have mentioned, the treadmill was plagued by constant sudden stops. Over the next 8 months, I had to have it serviced about every 4 to 6 weeks during which the belt was replaced twice, the motor was replaced twice, the display console circuit board was replaced and the wiring harness was replaced. The second belt and motor was installed during the last service call (a week before the 1 year warranty expired). That time, they upgraded the motor to one with more horsepower which seemed to do the trick. With the larger motor, the cover wouldn't fit properly and this created an annoying rattle as it ran. Aside from that, the unit ran well for over a year.
About 6 or 7 months ago, the sudden stops began again. At that point, it worked well enough for my wife's casual walking but wouldn't accommodate speed walking. Finally, it started failing with my wife. Being out of warranty and not wanting to waste money on it, I trashed it and bought a NordicTrack C 900 that I found clearanced at a Sears Outlet store for $600.
On the service side, I must say that customer support was very good. Each time I called, parts arrived within a day or two and a service man was at my door within 2 to 3 days. At no time did they give me the run-around or make excuses or waste my time with attempts at over the phone diagnostics. They were always polite and very responsive.
To sum it up, if casual walking is all you do, this treadmill should work well for you. Otherwise, keep looking.