LifeSpan TR800-DT3 Under Desk Treadmill
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- Get more out of your standing desk, burning more calories, reducing stress and decreasing back pain
- The DT3 portable console and compact TR800 treadmill base guarantee a seemless fit and easy placement under your stand-up desk
- Ready to use in just minutes, the TR800-DT3 is delivered fully-assembled out of the box
- The reduced footprint lets you easily fit the treadmill base into areas of limited space while still supplying a large enough walking surface for varying stride lengths
- Includes console readouts for steps, time, distance, calories and speed
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The Perfect Addition to Your Standing Desk
The TR800-DT3 gives you the flexibility to choose the desk you want or use a stand-up desk you already own to turn your standing desk into a walking desk. The treadmill measures 60.5 x 26 x 6.5-inch (L x W x H) with a 3.75-inch belt step-up height, weighs 96 pounds and has a maximum user weight of 300 pounds.
Note: The desk is not included with purchase.
Compatible With Any Standing Desk
Further enhance the benefits of a standing desk by pairing it with a LifeSpan under desk treadmill. The TR800-DT3 guarantees a seemless fit and easy placement under your stand-up desk or a LifeSpan standing desk. The treadmill will work with any desk, allowing for a 6.5” gap to accommodate the front of the treadmill. Keep in mind that the treadmill will add an addition 3.75” to your height, so you will want to make sure you desk allows for this addition while still maintaining proper ergonomic heights.
Transport Wheels For Easy Storage
Dual front-mounted transport wheels allow for easy setup and effortless storage. If you’re office is limited in space, when not in use, simply roll the treadmill out from under your desk for easy storage.
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|Treadmill Dimensions||60.5" L x 26" W x 6.5" H||63" L x 28.5" W x 7.25" H||63" L x 28.5" W x 7.25" H|
|Console Dimensions||12.5” W x 3” D x 2” H||12.5” W x 3” D x 2” H||12.5” W x 3” D x 2” H|
|Belt Size||18” W x 45" L||20” W x 50" L||20” W x 50" L|
|Motor||2.0 HP Continuous Duty DC||2.25 HP Continuous Duty Motor||3 HP Continuous Duty DC|
|Speed||0.4 - 4.0 mph||0.4 - 4.0 mph||0.4 - 4.0 mph|
|Max. User Weight||300 lbs||350 lbs||400 lbs|
|USB Charging Port||✓||✓||✓|
The LifeSpan TR800-DT3 under desk treadmill is the most affordable way to get more out of your standing desk, burning more calories, reducing stress and decreasing back pain. The space-saving design makes this LifeSpan treadmill a great addition to your home office, and the portable console is small enough to sit discretely on your desktop. The dependable 18” by 45” walking surface is equipped with six impact-absorbing compression shocks, supporting users up to 350-pounds. Console readouts include steps, time, distance, calories and speed. Backed with a lifetime frame warranty, a three-year motor warranty, one-year parts warranty, and one-year labor warranty.
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After about two hours of light (walking) use, the motor controller is creating a thumping noise. Not looking forward to trying to exchange /return such a large item.
But with this model, you better only be at your desk three hours a day, or your warranty is void.
It really defeats the purpose, and that could be three hours at max speed or three hours at normal walking speed.
Other than that, the shipment was professionally handled and delivered to my second floor office. Noise wise when my heavy butt is walking on it, there is a hissing from the belt friction against the deck, but otherwise it is silent. No motor noise, no noise other than my clomping along as I walk.
I have been unable to get the bluetooth stuff to work with my Mac, so take that for what you will. I did discover that a Fitbit One will not register your steps if you're wearing it unless you get up to at least 1.4 MPH.
I've been using it for a week now, and on the 7th day it started making a horribly loud groaning noise. No matter what speed, and if I'm on it, it gets much worse. When you start it and brin git to the speed you want it sounds like a hurricane siren is being wound up by hand. No matter what I've tried to do, it only gets worse. I contacted support, and based on my mechanical ineptitude and their lack of questions they had me adjust the back roller. While doing that, I figured out the noise was coming from the front, not the back. That hump at the front that covers the motor had been bonked by my foot a few times while walking in place. Apparently, that was enough to dislodge it so that it pressed down onto something spinning inside and that was making the noise.
I pried it up some, and it stopped rubbing. There is no adjustment here so I wedged something there to make it stop rubbing so it would keep working. So far, so good.
But my adjustments to the belt at their recommendation now means the entire thing is out of whack. So now almost daily after no more than a mile or two the belt starts sliding to the left until it bubbles up. I then spend 30m futzing around with it to get it back in place, and no matter what I've tried so far it still wanders over. So I get to screw with this for a while.
I dunno, but for $799 I expect a bit better. Returning it will be a massive pain, and so is messing with it. So I guess I'll stick with it because I can't find anything else to replace it at the moment.
I've had it a couple of weeks, and it's getting the job done. But for the price, I expected a better experience. First, it's noisy. The motor is pretty quiet, but when I walk on it, the tread makes quite a bit of noise.
The really annoying thing is the console that controls the treadmill's speed. It's a basic flaw that they need to fix. It starts up at 0.5 mi/hr, and goes up in 0.1 mi/hr increments. So, yes, to get to 2.0 mi/hr (which is my usual pace), you do have to push the "up" button 15 times! (You can't even hold it down. You have to keep pressing it.) This would be okay if you just had to do it once a day. But you have to do it all day long! During the day, you'll want to get off your treadmill, and there is a pause button for that. When you hit "pause" you'd expect that when you come back and hit "start," it will start up again at the speed you left off, say, 2.0 mi/hr. But it doesn't. When it starts again, it starts at 0.5 mi/hr and again, you have to hit the "up" button 15 times to get back up to 2.0 mi/hr. So every time, you get off to get a glass of water, or take a break, or whatever, when you come back, you are pushing that damn button 15 times to get back to the speed where you left off. If you're on and off the treadmill even a modest 4 times, you are pushing the button 60 times! When I think about getting off for a couple of minutes, I'm finding that I think twice, because of the lack of a true "pause". Please fix this, LifeSpan!!!!! It's just a basic programming issue! (SEE IMPORTANT EDIT BELOW)
There isn't anything else comparable on the market, so I would buy it again, but the console thing is a major annoyance (and I'm generally a laid back guy).
Someone left instructions in the comments to my post on how to change the default setting so that when you resume after a pause, it resumes at the previous speed. That is huge! Here are the instructions the reader posted. You can find them in the comments to this post, but I thought it important enough to paste them here also. Based on this, I've changed the rating from 3 stars to 4 stars.
You can change the setting easily! Find it at the online manual.
I have TR1200-DT3 and I can change it.
To start the treadmill at the speed it was going prior to pressing the
pause button, press the button until F019 appears in the display.
Press enter and by default the display shows "0". Press the button
to display a "1" and press enter. Remove and re-install the safety key.