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LifeSpan TR4000i Folding Treadmill
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||74 x 33.1 x 53.9 inches|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
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- The tr4000i electric treadmill by LifeSpan has foldable and portable capability that turns this motorized running machine into a small compact size.
- Heavy duty and high capacity 3.25 HP motor with a large 20" x 60" walking belt surface, and 15 levels of adjustable incline.
- Quiet and lightweight manual fold for storable and space saving purposes in your office or home. Console tracks time, calories, distance, speed, and more
- 21 trainer programs targeting weight loss, healthy living, sports training and heart rate programs with bluetooth connectivity.
- Warranty includes lifetime on frame and motor; 5 years on equipment parts; 1 year on labor.
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As Durable As The Open Road Itself
The treadmill's 3.25 horsepower DC motor takes all that you can give making it as durable as the open road itself. Experience immeasurable possibilities with speeds up the 12mph, 13 levels of incline, and 2 levels of decline. With the motor being the heart of your product, we put only the most superior, longest-lasting motors into each treadmill we manufacture. Rest assured that at the end of the day, you’re receiving the strongest, most durable piece of technology available
The Open Road Has Met Its Match
The robotically-welded, all-steel frame is precision-engineered to simulate real-world conditions over miles of use, while the 20 by 60 inches running surface perfectly handles your favorite style of exercise. 8 compression shocks provide endless comfort for your knees, back and joints.
Effortless EZFold Technology
The effort stops the moment your workout is over. Simple to lift and easy to lower, the TR4000i’s EZfold technology utilizes a hydraulic shock to assist in folding and unfolding the treadmill. Simply lift the deck for a compact storage position, and when you’re ready, the soft-drop system supports the complete weight of the treadmill as it unfolds for safe, convenient use.
Programmed for Results
A Treadmill You’ll Never Outpace
Fitness is at your fingertips with a 7” full-color touchscreen. The newly-overhauled TR4000i features three exclusive dashboards (graph view, gauge view, and track view), graphically emphasizing your results with the dashboard of your choosing. The console is easy-to-use so you won’t lose your devoted workout time to learning a new interface or sorting through never-ending program selections. Easily set the console and begin your workout. It’s that simple. In addition, the console still includes physical buttons, so you can easily adjust the speed and incline levels mid-run without reaching for the touch screen.
The Open Road Has Met Its Match
Whether it’s watching the newest movie or listening to your favorite podcast from your phone, our superior-sound Bluetooth speakers will keep you absorbed in your workout. In addition, you can simultaneously charge your tablet or phone using our built-in USB charger.
Push through your demanding sprint intervals and toughest hill climbs and while staying on top of your heart rate. Stay in your desired heart rate zone when you pair a Bluetooth chest strap or arm band. The treadmill will track and display your heart rate during your workout, so you can stay in your training zone.
Your Results, On Your Favorite Apps.
Get fit. Then get credit for your efforts on the app you already love. Any companion app that can receive activity data from Apple Health or Google Fit works with the LifeSpan Active Trac app, syncing your treadmill’s fitness data into the location of your choosing. Google Fit and Apple Health make it simple for both iPhone and Android smartphones, letting you track your progress exactly as you choose.
Note: Bluetooth-capable equipment requires a LifeSpan Bluetooth adapter, sold separately.
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|Unfolded Dimensions||74.5" L x 32" W x 56" H||73" L x 34.5" W x 55.5" H||74.5" L x 35" W x 55.5" H|
|Folded Dimensions||42" L x 32" W x 66.5" H||40.5" L x 34.5" W x 65.5" H||N/A|
|Belt Size||60" L x 20" W||22" W x 60" L||22" W x 60" L|
|Motor||3.25 HP Continuous Duty DC||4.0 HP Continuous Duty DC||3.5 HP Continuous Duty AC|
|Deck Suspension||8 Independent Compression Shocks||8 Independent Compression Shocks||8 Independent Compression Shocks|
|Speed||0.5 - 12 MPH||0.5 - 13.5 MPH||0.5 - 13.5 MPH|
|Incline||15 Levels||13 Levels||13 Levels|
|Max. User Weight||350 lbs.||350 lbs.||350 lbs.|
Discover your greatest run ever, again and again. Designed to take your training as seriously as you do, the TR4000i folding treadmill is equipped with performance-tuned hardware and intelligent, fitness-tracking technology. A 3.25 hp motor and dependable all-steel frame provide perfect running conditions for any workout, mile after mile. The spacious, 20” x 60” running surface is supported by 8 compression shocks, keeping you striding in comfort. Performance meets convenience, as the treadmill using EZfold technology to a minimal size for unobtrusive storage when you’re done. An available Bluetooth adapter syncs your exercise data directly to your smartphone, putting you in better control than ever.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 74 x 33.1 x 53.9 inches; 220.46 Pounds
- Item model number : TR4000i
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : July 1, 2009
- Manufacturer : LifeSpan
- ASIN : B002FJXLO6
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- #527 in Treadmills
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My situation: Upstairs treadmill, limited space, I am a work from home dad with a 4 month old kiddo so lots of short workouts, TV already accessible near treadmill, and it's on carpet. My wife and I both play soccer and go to the gym but use this treadmill as convenience for off days, rainy days and MONDAYS! LOL
After reading and researching for a couple of months I found this to fit what we needed comparing about a dozen treadmills. I specifically wanted a treadmill that was quiet, reliable and sturdy (in other words the handles/console didn't wobble excessively while you run).
- Quiet & Sturdy - no wobbling handles/console. We have ours upstairs and it's still VERY quiet below 6.0 running speed. And even at 6+ the sounds you hear are thumping shoes and not the treadmill itself. Solid, stable deck!
- Very easy assembly that I should have probably used my own tools for 'cause the ones provided were a tad awkward.
- Easy console to use. I do manual workouts mostly anyway. Just push a button or two and incline or speed. Easy.
- Great incline - 15!
- LOVE the Speed & Incline Shortcut buttons. You can jump from 0 to 3.0, 4.0, 5.0 or 6.0 speed with one click... no endless up, up, up clicking on the arrow acceleration key. This is also true of the incline with preset option buttons not endless click, click, click... up, up, up.
- Console is simplistic and easy (also a con for some as mentioned below)
- Handlebar quick access buttons are great for incline or speed adjustments (although easily bumped as mentioned in cons)
- Aside from lube, the treadmill was ready to use as soon as assembled which was easy.
- Heart rate handles are quick and easy
Cons (minor to my situation but possible heads up for future owners):
- Heavy to get upstairs (we kept it in the box while moving). It is one solid piece that is not worth disassembling to move. Just find your strongest, most ambitious neighbor. And beer as incentive. :-)
- Console is a little simplistic. I am perfectly fine with it 'cause I don't need much but this is where I believe I should get a little bang for my buck or a lower price. I don't use the speakers or need fans. But the console could use an upgrade considering I spent $1900 and my friend spent $1500 (after tax) for a better console on another brand. Although I like my friend's console I didn't like his treadmill! Its a Proform 4500 I believe.
- Handlebars seem short. At the gym I feel like I can use the handlebars for support or for leaning on hard workouts. With this treadmill I feel like they're about 6 inches short and not as supportive. They are still sturdy however and I manage just fine.
- Handlebar buttons are bumped easily but as mentioned above they're also a pro.
- Deck is slightly narrower than what I'm used to at the gym, but most treadmills in this class were the same or only better by 2 inches.
To conclude, I think its a 4.5 Star that should be priced at $1600-1700 or have a more modern console (I paid $1799 + tax). The sturdiness and overall simplicity make it worth the money. I don't see much use for the speakers and the USB user setup is just OK. I don't even bother with it since I have a Fitbit and use myfitnesspal.
***Since static & surge protection were a concern from other reviews I bought a Tripp Lite which has worked great (no static and no surge issues): http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0000513US/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_19
***I also bought a mat for shock absorption: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003NMA304/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s02?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I use the machine about four times a week, for a total of around 25-30 miles. I usually run at about 6.5MPH for long runs and 7.5MPH for shorter runs. I weigh about 215 pounds, and the machine has been able to handle my weight without straining the motor.
My first major issue occurred today (7/17/2016). I stepped on the treadmill to go for a run. During my warmup at 3 MPH the machine was having difficulty keeping up with me. I would step and the motor would struggle to move the tread to keep up with my cadence. I pulled the cover off to make sure that all the belts were OK, and nothing looked out of line. I put the cover back on and set the speed to 6.5MPH and things seem to be OK, likely due to to the fact that my foot hits less of the deck for a shorter period of time, thus causing less strain on the motor. I have contacted customer support for assistance, and I will report back with the results.
LifeSpan customer support was helpful. They initially thought it was a problem with the motor so they shipped a new one out and scheduled a technician to do the install. The tech came out and found out that the motor was not bad, and that it was likely a belt issue. LifeSpan shipped a new belt out and the technician returned and the treadmill is running fine once again. Good customer support from LifeSpan and the experience was satisfactory.
Belt is slipping once again. I actually went out of town a couple of days after the technician 'fixed' the issue, and it was my wife who reported the problem was not actually solved. I got home about a week ago and confirmed the problem had returned. I checked the lubrication of the deck and tightened the belt, but it is still slipping. I am engaging Lifespan once again to see if they can send the technician out again to figure out what the issue is.
I contacted LifeSpan on the 3rd, and am still waiting for them to send someone out here. I sent them another trouble ticket. We'll see how far that gets. Based on the symptoms, the issue likely resides with the drive belt. I've attached a video so you can see what I mean. I would mess around with it, but I don't want to void my warranty.