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Exerpeutic TF1000 Review

Exerpeutic TF1000 Review, Exerpeutic TF1000 Walk to Fitness Electric Treadmill Review

Exerpeutic TF1000 Walk to Fitness Electric Treadmill Review
Exerpeutic TF1000 Walk to Fitness Electric Treadmill Review

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Exerpeutic TF1000 Walk to Fitness Electric Treadmill Review

With a 1.5-horsepower high-torque motor and a “Quiet Drive” system that reduces walking noise, the Exerpeutic TF1000 is designed for walkers who want to work out without disturbing others or their own train of thought.

It can handle even the heaviest of individuals, thanks to its 400 lb maximum user weight capacity (a rarity for treadmills), features a maximum speed of 4 mph, 2 incline levels, as well as an extra-long running deck, making it a good choice for anyone looking for a walking treadmill on a budget.


The Exerpeutic TF1000, due to its 1.5-horsepower high torque motor, is able to generate speeds of up to a maximum of 4 mph and a minimum of .4 mph. The speed can be adjusted in 0.1 mph increments, allowing you to find a speed that it just right for your fitness level and goals.

As walking treadmills do not reach speeds that are as fast as jogging or running treadmills, you would expect the TF1000 motor to be quiet in operation, and you would be right (the same applies to the Exerpeutic Fitness 350 as well).

However, the TF1000 has the advantage of being even quieter than other waking treadmills, thanks to the motor’s Quiet Drive” system, making it a good choice if you would prefer not to disturb others as you exercise. The best way to describe the noise is a very low hum.


The treadbelt is comparable to higher-end, fitness club treadmills in length. It measures 20 inches, ensuring that very tall users won’t feel confined as they work out. This also has the added benefit of the making the treadmill safer to use.

Incline Level

There are two incline levels to choose from: 3% or 6%. Considering that some walking treadmills which retail for several hundred dollars more than the Exerpeutic TF1000 don’t even give you the ability to adjust the incline, this is certainly a very welcome feature. As a result of the adjustable incline, you are able to simulate walking uphill for a more challenging work out.

Computer MonitorExerpeutic TF1000 Computer Display

The computer monitor is basic but effective. You are provided with feedback on distance, time, speed and calories burned. You are also given the choice of recording your pulse, thanks to the hand grip sensors which can be found on the handlebars.

Foldable Design

The Exerpeutic TF1000 Walk to Fitness Electric Treadmill is on the light side for a treadmill, weighing just 120 lbs, in spite of its surprisingly high maximum user weight capacity of 400 lbs. However, anything that weighs over 100 lbs is always going to be a challenge to move. However, thankfully there are wheels on the bottom of the machine, and the treadmill can also be folded, if you want to keep it out of the way.


The Exerpeutic TF1000 is backed by a 5-year frame and motor, and 90-day parts and labor warranty.


51.2 x 32 x 63 inches

120 lbs

Maximum User Weight Capacity: 400 lbs

Safety Handles: 18 inches

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A number of users have praised just how quiet the TF1000 is in operation. One user said that the noise generated is not enough to be distracting, and is able work and use the telephone comfortably.

The incline feature and size of the treabelt have also been praised, particularly when users take into account the price of the Exerpeutic. As has the treadmill’s ease of use – there are controls on both the handrail and console, and the handrail is reported to be “the perfect size for a desk.”

The treadmill also appears to be durable. Take one user, for example, who logs 6 miles a day on it, and says that it works as it always has done, one year down the line.

However, according to a couple of users, adjustments to the belt are needed because it has a tendency to slide a bit. Customer service could also be improved upon. It’s also worth noting that one user experienced an “E2” error which meant he was unable to use the treadmill after he assembled it. However, this is easily fixed by adjusting the sensor in the front of the machine.

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Any Complaints?

The only thing of significance to complain about is how the belt slides around a bit. Therefore, you may be required to make a few adjustments to get the treadmill functioning to your liking.

Anything Else You Should Know?

The TF1000 construction quality can’t be faulted, particularly as the frame is reinforced. This likely explains how Exerpeutic were able to make sure that the TF1000 can support users who weigh 400 lbs, in spite of the machine’s lightweight design. It’s also worth noting that the safety handles are twice the standard length, measuring 18 inches.


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