Conquer Under Desk Portable Electric Treadmill Walking Pad Review
The belt dimensions are literally like you'll find on a dog treadmill, not one for average sized American users. Extremely underpowered motor shuts off abruptly after only 90 minutes to protect the wimpy motor. One third the weight of any true walking treadmill. Long list of deficiencies. No warranty. There's cheap, and then there's too cheap. And then there's this much too cheap abomination.
Versadesk Ultra-Thin Office Treadmill Review
The Versadesk is the new bottom-of-the-pile choice in office treadmills, from a company with questionable marketing practices. While you may be tempted by the ultra-cheap price you'll be ultra-sorry to learn what it costs to ship the unit back for a refund if you don't like it. And we'd be very surprised if anyone found this ridiculous and dangerous design to their liking.
TreadDesk Treadmill Base Review
TreadDesk has been around for since 2006 and has been a popular unit in the absence of the kind of competition that has started to appear over the past couple of years. However, the product is past its prime. For just a little more money you can get a lot more features, a stronger unit, and stronger warranty with the LifeSpan TR1200-DT3.