One of the key differences between walking treadmill bases and running treadmills is their lower noise signature, especially at lower speeds.
The office fitness industry has now caught up with demand by offering a wide array of under desk treadmill products. We break down the best.
The TR5000-DT3 walking treadmill desk, is a heavy-duty, multi-user upgrade from the TR1200. It sports a bit more horsepower for a much higher price.
The LifeSpan TR1200 is popular among treadmill desk users. It is head and shoulders above the mass of
The LifeSpan TR800-DT3 treadmill desk is a pocket-sized walking treadmill that may be too small for many users to comfortably walk on.
A cloud capable, touch-screen enabled walking treadmill, the iMovR ThermoTread GT aims to bring office wellness into the future.
The Versadesk Ultra-Thin Office Treadmill is the new bottom-of-the-pile choice in office treadmills, from a company with questionable marketing practices.
This is the worst abomination of the treadmill desk concept we have ever seen, and we've seen some pretty bad ones before.
UnSit Walk-1 is a shorter under desk treadmill that perplexes our review staff with the unexplained rationale for the dimensions of this unit.
If the EgoFit Walker makes it to market, and gets funded, and we receive a pre-production sample, we'll definitely give it a fair shot in the test labs.
The TreadDesk deserves recognition for the trailblazing role it played, but units like the LifeSpan TR1200 and iMovR ThermoTread GT run circles around it.
Woodway's DeskMill treadmill desk looked really interesting but suffered a poor performance when tested in the real world.
Despite a few promising features, the first-generation Rebel 1000 from RebelDesk has some fatal design deficiencies and won't last long.