Treadmill desks can come as integrated treadmill-plus-desk units or as mix-and-max setups that allow you to pair an office treadmill with the adjustable-height desk of your choice. Our expert review staff has reviewed them all, and in this comprehensive comparison review give you the synopsis on every popular treadmill desk option out there.
iMovR Energize Treadmill Desk Review
If you’re looking for a treadmill desk with American-made quality and excellent value, iMovR’s Energize deserves a closer look. Its assortment of custom tabletop options is sure to leave you with the perfect match for your space and décor, and its state-of-the-art ThermoTread GT Treadmill is the top performing office treadmill on the market.
iMovR Elite Treadmill Desk Review
The Cadillac of electric height-adjustable desks, ThermoDesk's top-of-the-line Elite model is a clean-sheet design with specific features for treadmill deskers, and can adjust to either stand-to-walk size (48" or 60") or a full sit-to-walk width (72" or 83"). Every feature imaginable is included in this executive desk system. While made especially easy to assemble, white glove delivery and installation is a very popular option.
iMovR UpTown Treadmill Desk Review
The UpTown has two exclusive hallmarks of its own: 1) it is the quietest electric desk in the market today, at under 41 dB, and 2) it is the most configurable desk in the world, with no less than nine tabletop sizes, in eleven standard colors. Like all iMovR desks, its tabletop is made with their exclusive 3D lamination, and the entire desk system - including treadmill and all accessories - is custom-made to order on a Dell-style production line, and shipped within 5-7 business days.
iMovR ThermoDesk Ellure Treadmill Desk Review
For the budget-conscious desker with an eye towards the Elite features. The Ellure, in tandem with a walking treadmill, is an affordable way to transform your office into a moving active workstation.
Rebel Desk Rebel Treadmill 1000 Review
The Rebel treadmill is targeted at the frugal customer who is looking for the lowest cost, smallest footprint solution, while attaining an attractive look that veers away from the “gym equipment” color scheme of traditional treadmills. The rub is that achieving a lower retail price point as a new, low-volume producer requires leaving out some popular features and reducing component quality cut in order to sustain a reasonable profit margin.