ProGear 190 Manual Treadmill with 2 Level Incline and Twin Flywheels

4.2 out of 5 stars 1,170 ratings

Brand ProGear
Item Dimensions LxWxH 47 x 23 x 51 inches
Frame Material Alloy Steel
Item Weight 49 Pounds
Maximum Weight Recommendation 145 Pounds
Maximum Incline Percentage 10.00
Assembly Required Yes

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  • Tested up to 230lbs of user weight
  • Steel Frame with powder coated finish, Wide side rails for safety
  • Oversized belt rollers provide a very smooth and consistent walking experience
  • Incline adjustments feature quick and easy 2 position incline levels of 6 and 10 degrees
  • Longer handles with foam grips provide for walking security and loss of balance
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ProGear BT5000 Bluetooth Foldable Electric Treadmill with Goal Setting & App Exerpeutic 5000 ExerWork Desk Treadmill with Adjustable Desktop Height Exerpeutic TF2000 Recovery Fitness Walking Treadmill w/ Full Length Hand Rails
Featured Products 12 workout programs. 3 workout Goal settings, Extended belt size of 51" L x 17" w, speed adjusts from 0.4 MPH up to 8 MPH. 2 position manual incline features 0 and 6% incline etc Extended treadmill belt size of 46" L x 20" W, Large desktop size of 46.5" L x 24" W, Air piston assisted single lever desktop height adjustment range 39”-52.5”, 5 Preset workout programs, 3 Workout goal settings 49” Full length walking assistant hand rails,Treadmill belt size: 50" L x 16" w. 300 lbs. User weight capacity, Speed starts at 0.2 MPH and adjusts in increments of 1/10's MPH up to a maximum of 5 MPH etc.

Product description

The ProGear 190 Space Saver and treadmill fitness walking is an effective way to burn extra calories and achieve a healthy lifestyle. Walking on a manual treadmill is one of the easiest and most effective ways to achieve a regimen of regular exercise. Fitness walking can help you lose body fat, tone muscles and is a great way to stay in shape. The ProGear 190 Manual Treadmill gives you benefits of minimal assembly out of the box, uses no electrical power and is maintenance free. Tested up to 230lbs of user weight. Steel Frame with powder coated finish. Wide side rails for safety. Oversized belt rollers provide a very smooth and consistent walking experience. Longer handles with foam grips provide for walking security and loss of balance. Incline adjustments feature quick and easy 2 position incline levels of 6 and 10 degrees. Some assembly required. Twin cast iron flywheels for smooth and quiet walking. Transportation wheels allow the treadmill to be moved easily from room to room. Treadmill Belt size 43"L x 13 1/4" W. Folds up easily for storage. Folded Dimensions 21"L x 23"W x 51"H. Computer has an LCD display featuring elapsed time, distance walked, calories burned, speed and scan.

Product details

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No
  • Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 47 x 23 x 51 inches; 49 Pounds
  • Item model number ‏ : ‎ 3001
  • Batteries ‏ : ‎ 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ July 2, 2014
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Paradigm Health & Wellness Inc. -- DROPSHIP
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B00LFTFL1I
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.2 out of 5 stars 1,170 ratings

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Reviewed in the United States on March 21, 2019
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good treadmill for walking desk
By E. Leung on May 7, 2019
I like being active despite having a desk job, so over the years I tried riding an exercise bike and a mini elliptical. Unfortunately, the bike caused numbness issues (despite using a special seat), and my knees would get cranky on the elliptical due to the repetitive small motions of the knee. After failing at making my own manual treadmill, I finally decided to make the investment and get a manual treadmill. Assembly is pretty straightforward if you have any experience putting things together. The only thing I missed was that you have to connect the wires between the upright and the handles so that the computer would work, but that was my fault for not paying enough attention. Speaking of the computer, yes it shows cumulative data. If you want to reset it, just press the button down for a few seconds to reset the stats.

As for performance, the treadmill is not anywhere near as quiet as I had hoped it would be. I loosened the belt so that I could lift it up and liberally apply the lubricant provided. I also took the opportunity to center the belt, as it came off center. If you find that your belt is slipping in one direction, that indicates that you need to tighten the bolt on that side. After the additional lubricant, the belt moved a little more quietly, though still louder than ideal. The treadmill I received actually has three settings for incline, 7, 8 and 9 degrees which was nice. Remember that you are buying a manual treadmill, there will not be a level setting as it is solely up to you and gravity to move the belt.

I would recommend starting at the 7 degree incline and get used to walking at this level first. To use this handsfree, you can either put a belt on the handles so that you can push against the belt. Alternatively, increase the incline and strap yourself in. If you plan on going completely handsfree without strapping in, I would recommend against going to the 9 degree incline as I found that I would just keep on picking up speed until eventually I had to hop off. You can prop the back end up to achieve a level belt, but be prepared to push much harder to walk.

This will definitely give you a workout, I can pretty easily keep up a 4 mph pace when walking normally, but on this treadmill I walk at about 2 mph due to the heavier emphasis on the posterior chain (glutes and hamstrings) compared to walking on the sidewalk and especially electric treadmills. I recommend starting off with shorter sessions and gradually increasing time as your body gets used to walking on the manual treadmill. As a fun bonus, it feels like you're positively flying after you get off this thing!

Overall, I would definitely recommend this model. It's not perfect, but I'm looking forward to using this at work for many years to come.

UPDATE 6/26/2019
Having used this for almost two months, this thing has held up well to on average at least 4 hours every day during the work week. The only change is that the treadmill performs differently at the same incline day to day. Some days I can comfortably set the treadmill to the 8 degree incline. Other days I have to set it to the 9 degree incline propped up a little by stacks of post-its to get the same level of resistance. Not a huge deal, but something to note. Overall, the sound has decreased very slightly as the belt gets worn in.

UPDATE 9/25/2020
Just got my treadmill back from work (thanks COVID). Had to adjust the belt again, but the treadmill still works well despite sitting untouched for six months. Note that after months of use, I now only use the highest incline since it no longer just spins faster and faster. I've also added two pics of my "desk". It wasn't custom made for the treadmill, it was actually used for my standing setup years ago and happily it fit well on top of the treadmill! I believe the key to it working is the triangles in the front that provide vertical support along with the top rail. I've never had a problem with this setup falling off or slipping.

UPDATE 11/12/2020
The treadmill/desk setup is still working well. FYI, used an app to measure the decibels during usage. It averaged 70db, with max of 75db. According to the CDC "Noise above 70 dB over a prolonged period of time may start to damage your hearing", so my treadmill is right on that edge. Hopefully yours is quieter, maybe it' time to apply some more lubricant.
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Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2018
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Vince
3.0 out of 5 stars The machine is alright, but some things for you to think about
Reviewed in Canada on October 23, 2017
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Denise
5.0 out of 5 stars Better than expected
Reviewed in Canada on February 2, 2017
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5.0 out of 5 stars Better than expected
Reviewed in Canada on February 2, 2017
This wasn't the treadmill I wanted, as it only had 2 levels and no resistance options, and was narrower and shorter. Also no place to put tablet or H2O.But with the price drop, I thought I'd give it a run.However, it's turned out better than eexpected. I have a long stride, but as long as I stay near the top, I can get up to a good speed without stepping offthe end. And since I put a block under the back, I have more resistance, than when it's on an incline. Everything works fine, and no issues with the belt. Was easy to puttogether and runs quiet, with a low zipping sound. It's well constructed, and very sturdy. I am zap strapping an adjustable bath trey across the handles to hold a book, bottle and tablet so I can hydrate and not get bored. It's narrow enough to not get in the way and still observe the monitor. I get a good workout, without having to bundle up, and non electric. Plus it is very compact when folded, compared to the one I was thinking of getting first. So all in all, it's a keeper.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome machine
Reviewed in Canada on September 24, 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome machine
Reviewed in Canada on September 24, 2020
Excellent bang for your buck! Works great! This little gem one one awesome sweaty workout. Will tone your legs fast. Quiet machine. I added a little basket on it to put my water in my iPod in. I used a manual treadmill years ago and the results were amazing, for me, better than the electric one. You really have to work your legs on a manual. Don’t hesitate on this deal. An inexpensive way to get results. Do some crunches and weights after for your upper body and you’ll be feeling so good in no time . You can do lunges on this as well.
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Janet WK
5.0 out of 5 stars I was a sceptic at first, but very impressed.
Reviewed in Canada on October 13, 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars OMG! so perfect!!!
Reviewed in Canada on March 19, 2021
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