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Exerpeutic TF1000 Ultra High Capacity Walk to Fitness Electric Treadmill 400 lbs Reviews

Exerpeutic TF1000 Ultra High Capacity Walk to Fitness Electric Treadmill 400 lbs Specs and Review

Electric walking treadmill with 1.5-horsepower high-torque motor Adjustable speed up to 4 miles per hour in 0.1 mph increments 20-inch-wide treadmill belt; extra-long 18-inch safety handles LCD display monitors time, distance, calories burned, speed, and pulse Supports up to 400 pounds; folding frame; 5-year motor and 1-year frame warranty


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bOXsI says:

Idea.In general this treadmill does have some good reviews, and it was just what I was looking for in terms of small footprint, a lack of bells & whistles , and basically just a sturdy little treadmill for walking on.I’ve waited a month before writing this to give everyone involved time to make this right but since our efforts have so far produced nothing, here goes… The product came and looked like it had been used already.Works great and handles my weight with ease.UPS delivered it to my door and since I happened to be home at the time, they brought it inside and dropped it off at my entryway .In fact, it’s false advertising.I’m at 230 lb.Reached out to vendor with nothing but crickets for response as yet.Which is good because that’s not what I was looking for.This fits the bill perfectly.Two days in, I’ve clocked .*As others have noted very noisy.The controls on the handlebars are too sensitive, just gripping the handles over the pulse pads changed settings including speed.I would not recommend buying this thing to anyone! The first one I received stopped working after 5 days.the reason I chose this one was because of the simplicity of the design, the cost, the high weight limit and the great reviews.Alright, well, kind of a pain but I guess I’ll call the manufacturer because it’s still under warranty.At first I looked at the Confidence Power Plus Motorized Electric Treadmill after reading a blog post, but that is very underpowered for use as a daily driver.I’m trying to use it every day to improve my health and fitness.He is disabled and I am 75 so assembly was key.Then got a $300 one and wore out then replaced the drive belt.

VjanG says:

Long handles and wide belt are very helpful for my unsteady stride.I have knee and back issues and this is what I need to keep me moving.No complaints other then messing with the belt is a pain.I can run like Forrest without fear of it breaking.I am very happy with Purchase.I contacted customer support sending all the information requested.The only complaints I have are 1) its already starting to make noise in the motor and I’m REALLY hoping that it’s no a precursor to the motor going out and the 2nd) one is a dangerous one, when I click the bottons to either slow down or speed up while I’m on it the motor will speed up instantly.However, I agree with some other comments that that are some design elements that need review.When I first started using it, the circuit board burned up after three uses of 30 minute walking sessions over 3 days.I don’t know what all the bad reviews are about but I have had no problems with this treadmill.So, admittedly, my expectations were pretty high.I was past my 6 month phone support which explains why the phone number I was given to call just kept ringing.Once inside, it took me just under 4 hours to assemble.This is a Major hazard for those not ready for it or with good balance.This product is a brand from Paradigm Health and Wellness.I have a short stride, so the length of the tread is fine for me, but for someone like my husband, with a long stride, it probably wouldn’t work well.It certainly is heavy duty being mostly metal and I am able to walk on it without a problem.It works well for its purpose, which is for me and my family member to walk on it at low speeds without worrying about breaking it due to our weight or slipping off because it’s too narrow .Easily assembled.

NGNleJ says:

The computer controls are basic and easily understood.We had to take a hammer and pound out the metal to get it to open enough, and then hammer the stabilizer in to force it.I can comfortably read while walking at 2.I purchased the first one almost 4 years ago and it’s still working like new.Pulled knob, crumbles like it was made from wax.It’s fairly smooth starting and stopping.This treadmill is great for beginners runs great for people up to 400 lbs.All of them had a well cushioned walking surface.It was delivered in a timely manner and I got it up and working.It doesnt seem like the motor is being overworked.As another reviewer pointed out the speed adjustments speed up for a few seconds when slowing down which can make you trip or startle u since it jerks you into an unexpected speed.Folding it is not super easy but not super hard.While the limit being 4 mph, while that is not a full on run it is definitely fast enough, in fact it is fast enough to where my only complaint is that I would like to see the tread length be about 6"-1′ longer to accommodate how long of a stride I can have at that speed.It just stopped working a month after purchase and it was used maybe 5 times.The power light was lit but the console would not turn on.It is.If you follow the manual it appears that you will over tighten the belt and it will wear out prematurely.No bent bars and all the pieces were present.It was a bit complicated but he got it done.It was very easy to set up and use, without a lot of bells and whistles that we don’t need or want at this point in time.

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