LifeSpan TR800-DT5 Treadmill Desk | 48" Manual Height Adjustable Desktop with Under-Desk Treadmill
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- The treadmill's reduced footprint measures 65" x 26" (L x W) with a desktop surface area of 48" x 29" (W x D)
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TR800-DT5 48" Treadmill Desk
If space is a major concern, this standing treadmill desk is for you. At a mere 65" in length, the newly-updated TR800-DT5 is the shortest treadmill desk on the market. The reduced footprint lets you easily fit the treadmill desk into areas of limited space while still supplying a large enough walking surface for varying stride lengths.
Internal Cable Management
Gone are the days of obtrusive power cords littering your work area. Unlike traditional wiring systems utilized by other standing desks, LifeSpan's industry-exclusive internal cable management system directs the desk's power cord down to the floor through the frame, promoting safety and refined appearances.
Experience tells us users stay motivated when they are able to set goals and easily track their progress. Recent improvements in Bluetooth technology allowed us to build our best app experience ever. Simply hover your smartphone over the treadmill computer desk console to upload your data. That’s it. The data syncs effortlessly. Plus, this feature is free for everyone. Simply download the Active Trac app from the app store and track your progress.
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|Footprint||65" D x 38" W||68.5" D x 38" W||68.5" D x 38" W|
|Desktop Size||29" D x 48" W||29" D x 38" W||29" D x 38" W|
|Desktop Adjustment Method||Manual||Manual||Electric|
|Walking Belt Size||18" W x 45" L||20" W x 50" L||20" W x 50" L|
|Motor||2 HP Continuous Duty DC||2.25 HP Continuous Duty DC||2.25 HP Continuous Duty DC|
|Speed||0.4 to 4.0 MPH||0.4 to 4.0 MPH||0.4 to 4.0 MPH|
|Max. User Weight||300 lbs.||350 lbs.||350 lbs.|
The LifeSpan TR800-DT5 is a light-use treadmill desk built for those looking to walk and work. The height of this treadmill computer desk adjusts manually and should be used in settings where height adjustments are infrequent. If space is a major concern, this standing treadmill desk is for you. At a mere 65" in length, the newly-updated TR800-DT5 is the shortest treadmill desk on the market. The reduced footprint lets you easily fit the treadmill desk into areas of limited space while still supplying enough a large enough walking surface for varying stride lengths. The newly updated manual-height standing desk now adjusts from 33.5” to 52.5”, allowing for a greater range of adjustments — letting you find proper ergonomic positioning whether short or tall. The wide desktop provides a spacious working area while still leaving enough room for all your office supplies. Backed with a lifetime frame warranty, a three-year motor warranty, one-year parts warranty, and one-year labor warranty.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Item model number : TR800-DT
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : April 11, 2012
- Manufacturer : LifeSpan
- ASIN : B008BRK9VO
Best Sellers Rank:
#841,661 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #3,605 in Cardio Training
- Customer Reviews:
Follow all instructions in manual. Treadmill will need silicone on surface at least every 6 months. Item is sold as-is. Use a surge protector when using this treadmill.
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Day 00 - my arms were getting shorter, could not wipe my... well, it was really the fat belly in the way... buy treadmill, please...
Day 01 - lowest setting of 0.4mph was almost too fast for me... 5 hours later, had worked my way to 1.2mph... 4 miles total...
Day 09 - missed a couple of days, so only 7 days of walking... lost 7 pounds, yet gained back 2 of those...
Day 19 - hit a plateau for the past few days... so, today, I hit it hard by walking a total of 9 miles... still... total loss is 10 LBS...
Day 30 - hit a 2nd plateau for the past few days... even after walking 15 miles and a couple of 13 mile days... at 16 LBS loss...
a) the WIFI on my MacBook Air is alright, yet the WIFI on my iPad Air is greatly degraded as far as screen touch commands...
b) after Day 21, I was able to get over 3.0mph... tread displayed some sort of "slipping on ice" effect... need to oil the rollers?*
c) some power cord issue... won't turn on... even a DC-1 error code in mid workout... wiggle the power plug and works, again...
a) beautiful form & function... huge desktop area...
b) I bought this item as a LIFE PRESERVER... since I was 68 LBS overweight... and simply felt like I was dying quickly... I still have 52 LBS to go, yet this viable concept of desk + treadmill, really gave me another chance at quality-of-life while living in this extremely depressing world... I went from struggling to breathe and unable to walk 0.4mph to being able to walk 215 miles in my first 30 days at a top speed of 3.6mph and a top distance of 15 miles... this treadmill is my life saver until I am able to move some place where people have some manners and it is pleasant to go outside...
Thank you for reading...
Update: called lifespan, they overnight-ed replacement parts and were extremely helpful!
Update: 6 months later, I love my desk/treadmill and use it for work everyday! Better energy, and sleep much better at night! Would definitely recommend this to anyone who spends their day sitting at a desk.
My biggest problem is to overuse it - I can tell I am tempted to stay on it longer than I have accustomed myself, so I would recommend if you have had a sedentary life like I have, take it slow, you may be tempted to overuse, slowly increase your speed and time and work up to what is comfortable. I am just excited because now I can work AND walk without feeling guilty for only being able to do one or the other.
But I have to say it is a very well functioning machine -
Oh, one more thing, it does take up slightly more room than I expected, but that is a small price to pay for better health!