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LifeSpan TR800-DT5 Review

LifeSpan TR800-DT Review
LifeSpan TR800-DT

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LifeSpan TR800-DT Review

With the LifeSpan TR800-DT5 Treadmill Desk, Lifespan’s intention was to design a treadmill that is ideal for the workplace (in direct contrast to the LifeSpan Fitness TR4000i), allowing those who lead a busy working life to stay fit or lose weight.

The TR800-DT5 features a large desk with a 1″ thick composite board and durable laminate surface set on a rigid steel frame, and the clean cable management with a cable tray tucked under the desk to store your cables is also much appreciated.

The desk measures 36.5 x 46.75-inches (D x W), with room to support your laptop, computer display, printer and other electronic devices, with room left over for a drink and notepad, for example.Lifespan_tr800-dt5

Furthermore, the treadmill console is located in the front of the desk so it doesn’t take space away from the working surface, and the desk can be adjusted to suit users who are as tall as 6’ 8,” and features padded armrests to help avoid wrist fatigue in long work sessions.

The digital LED display on the console displays distance, time, calories burned, and best of all the Intelli-Step feature functions as a pedometer (yet is more accurate) and counts the number of steps taken while you’re working.

The TR800-DT5 runs on a 2 HP High Torque Continuous Duty Motor and is able to reach a maximum speed of 4.0 mph (minimum speed of 0.4 mph), making it suitable for walking on. The treadbelt measures 18 x 52 inches, which is large enough to ensure that taller individuals won’t feel confined as they work out but have plenty of room to work with instead.

One of our favorite features, that is unique to LifeSpan treadmills, is the built-in Intelli-Guard. This automatically stops the belt if you step off during your walk for safety purposes, and is therefore beneficial because you no longer have to worry about leaving the treadmill running when stepping off to take a call.

The last thing to mention is that the LifeSpan Treadmill Desk wirelessly syncs your data to your computer via Bluetooth so you can track your steps taken, walking time, calories burned and distance traveled. In other words, you can retain your walking history online.

The TR800-DT5 has a maximum user weight capacity of 300 pounds, and is backed by a lifetime frame, 3-year motor, 1-year parts and 1-year labor warranty.

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The TR800 has an average rating of 4.7 out of 5.0, although it currently only has a few reviews to its name.

Users say that the treadmill has a “great design” and is “well made,” with a “heavy, commercial-quality construction.” The assembly process is “very easy,” particularly as all the tools needed are included. The TR-800 also offers users an effective workout, take one owner, for example, who was able to lose 40 lbs by using the treadmill as part of a weight loss regime.

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However, users also feel that it is hard to master typing while walking, and one user says that the treadmill is a bit louder than expected, but he goes on to say that you can still hold a phone conversation without any problems.


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LifeSpan TR800-DT Review

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Construction Quality
Technological Features
Workout Effectiveness

LifeSpan TR800-DT Review

User Rating: 5 ( 1 votes)