We’ve reviewed the Lander Desk and the ThermoTread GT separately, so here we aren’t getting into the details on these products individually. We’re going to be looking at the total package. How does the Lander Treadmill Desk from iMovR hold up as a treadmill desk?Our History with iMovR and Beyond
Most of you know our relationship with iMovR. We began WorkWhileWalking as a reviews site, investigating treadmill desk components and evaluating them from various manufacturers. Back in those days, you couldn’t even buy a full treadmill desk from one seller. You had to piece together the parts—treadmill from one manufacturer, monitors arms from another, standing desk from yet [...]
If you’re looking for the LifeFitness Treadmill Desk, see our full review of the same product under a different name, InMovement Integrated Treadmill Desk.
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[Editor’s Update January 31, 2019: InMovement has now officially been relegated to the office fitness dead pool. The InMovement.com website no longer resolves. The company, which was owned by LifeFitness (a division of Brunswick Corporation) has been shut down after meeting with a completely predictable lack of commercial success. We have preserved our review of this InMovement product below for posterity.]
Traditional cardio fitness equipment manufacturers have been taking notice of the new office fitness craze of late, and several have already started to try and break into the treadmill desk business. Most recently we reviewed both ProForm‘s and [...]
MultiTable is the manufacturer of ‘ModTable’ adjustable-height desks and they’ve joined forces with Lifespan Fitness to create a treadmill desk workstation dubbed the ModTable Treadmill Desk. It is simply the bundling of a customized variant of the ModTable Crank Height-Adjustable Desk and the LifeSpan TR1200-DT3 treadmill base.
You could buy this system from MultiTable with no price advantage or penalty compared to separately purchasing the treadmill directly from LifeSpan and the crank desk directly from MultiTable. We recommend buying them separately…
This ModTable-Lifespan bundled system is limited to one frame color and one specific use. [...]
Every once in a while, we at the WorkWhileWalking labs encounter products that remind us just how uncommon it is to find an acceptable walking workstation. The treadmill desk industry is saturated with kluges that try to grab a piece of the rising trend without a clear understanding of user safety and ergonomics. Among them is the Walk N Work, a product with great intentions and poor execution.Close…
The Walk N Work, which looks like a fusion between a bar stool and a sawhorse, is the latest on our list of shoddy workarounds meant to convert running treadmills to walking desks. We’ve already explained why a running treadmill is never a good substitute for a dedicated [...]