LifeSpan TR200 Compact Treadmill

February 4, 2016 - Comment

TR 200 Features: -Treadmills.-Three speed programs and three Incline programs.-Contemporary, convenient and ”just my size”.-For light users looking for a simple, portable walking treadmill.-Surprisingly sturdy, yet small enough to use in any workout space.-Quickly and easily folds to 11” thin so you can store it under a bed, in a closet or behind a door.-Intuitive

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TR 200 Features: -Treadmills.-Three speed programs and three Incline programs.-Contemporary, convenient and ”just my size”.-For light users looking for a simple, portable walking treadmill.-Surprisingly sturdy, yet small enough to use in any workout space.-Quickly and easily folds to 11” thin so you can store it under a bed, in a closet or behind a door.-Intuitive console features a large, easy to use display with six exercise programs, motivating readouts and quick speed and incline buttons.-Display area: Blue LCD with simultaneous readouts and exercise program profile showing workout progress.-Readouts: Time, calories, distance, steps, heart rate, speed, incline level.-Audio center: Speakers and headphone plug-in.-Easy to use: Start, up / down arrow keys, and quick start speed and incline buttons.-Go directly to 3, 4, 5 or 6 mph and to incline level 4, 6, 8 or 10 by pressing the desired speed and incline level button on each side of the console display.-Speed: 0.5 – 6 MPH.-Weight capacity: 250 lbs. Specifications: -Drive motor: 1.5 HP continuous duty.-Incline: 10 Levels. Dimensions: -Belt size: 17” W x 48” D.-Folded dimensions: 11” Thin (vertically or horizontally).-Overall dimensions: 52” H x 31” W x 60” D.

The blue LCD console tracks your time, distance, calories, and more. Looking for a simple, portable walking treadmill? Turn to the LifeSpan TR200 Fold ‘n’ Stor folding treadmill, which collapses quickly and fits easily under a bed or stands up in a closet or behind a door. The TR200–which comes fully assembled and is ready to use right out of the box–is outfitted with a blue LCD console that tracks your time, calories, distance, steps, heart rate, speed, and incline level. As a result, it’s a breeze to track your workout progress with every routine by viewing the simultaneous readouts and exercise program profile.

The treadmill also includes such controls as an easy-to-use start button, up/down arrow keys, and quick-start speed and incline buttons. The speed and incline buttons are particularly handy, with options on each side of the console display that let you skip directly to 3, 4, 5, or 6 miles per hour or incline level 4, 6, 8, or 10. And to make your workouts more efficient, the console offers six exercise programs that help you vary your exercise routine–a critical factor for people trying to get in shape.

Other features include built-in speakers and a headphone port for plugging in your iPod or MP3 player and contact heart rate grips.

Specifications:

Belt size: 17 by 48 inches Drive motor: 1.5-horsepower continuous-duty motor Speed: 0.5 to 6 miles per hour

The treadmill folds into a compact frame and stores easily under a bed or in a closet. Incline: 10 levels Dimensions: 30.5 by 51.5 by 60.5 inches (W x H x D) Folded dimensions: 13.5 inches tall when lying flat; 59.5 inches tall while standing Capacity: 250 pounds

Manufacturer’s Warranty
Lifetime on the frame, 5 years on the motor, and 1 year on parts and labor

About PCE Health and Fitness
Founded in 1994 in Park City, Utah, PCE Health and Fitness has established a reputation for innovation, quality, and community responsibility. In 2001, the company introduced the LifeSpan line of fitness equipment targeting the over-55, value-conscious consumer. The award-winning line of exercise equipment is now sold by fitness retailers across the U.S., Mexico, and Canada, and has grown to include both a high-value home series and a pro series that targets the high-end home user and the institutional customer. The company’s awards include a Gold Medal Excellence Award from the Industrial Design Society of America, the Treadmill Doctor Best New Treadmill of the Year, and multiple Best Buy and Recommend Buy awards from the Consumer Guide and many others.

PCE’s success stems in part from the delivery of meaningful innovation. The company truly believes that the best piece of exercise equipment is the one that you’ll use, and focuses its research and development on creating such innovations as step-counting and decline-walking in the TR2000, and the intelligent console buttons that lead customers through console operations so they don’t have a learning curve to use PCE products. The company also promotes active living and exercise as part of its beliefs and culture. PCE is a proud sponsor of the International Council on Active Aging and is a member of the Medical Fitness Association. PCE also donates equipment to local high schools and provides funding to the American Diabetes Association and various nonprofit organizations and activities.

Product Features

  • Fully assembled treadmill that folds compactly and fits under bed or in closet
  • Blue LCD console tracks your time, calories, distance, steps, speed, and incline
  • Quick-start speed and incline buttons; 3 speed and 3 incline programs
  • Built-in speakers and headphone port; contact heart rate grips
  • Measures 30.5 x 51.5 x 60.5 inches (W x H x D); lifetime frame warranty
  • 2010 Treadmill Doctor “Best Buy” Award Winner; 2010 Fitness Professor “Best Treadmill Under $1,000” Award Winner

Comments

M. Masitto says:

Perfect for my needs I live in a downtown condo and wanted something compact to fit into my spare bedroom / office. I was looking at this unit which I bought and an Evolve treadmill. Both treadmill dimensions allow for under the bed storage or in my case under my futon which is what I was looking for. I also was looking for something that I could do some fairly consistent walking 3- 4 days at 20-30 minutes…I am not a jogger or runner (BTW I would not see this unit being ideal for real heavy running use). I was…

M. Krause says:

Bigger is not always better… I bought this treadmill and have it set up in my bedroom. I wanted a compact treadmill that I could keep in my bedroom so that it would not be “out of sight, out of mind”…the best part is that if I want I can fold the treadmill up and put it in my closet. Other things that I really enjoy with this treadmill is the console. It has the buttons that you can push that take you directly to the speed or incline that you want to be at. The console is easy to read and I like to watch my progress…

Texan says:

Dangerous treadmill When I first purchased this treadmill at the end of Nov 2009, I loved it. A little over 1 month later, however, it started to suddenly stop during a workout. Not a nice slow drift to a stop. A complete, unexpected dead stop. Luckily I was holding on the the handle bars at the time, and only had it at a walking speed of 3 mile/hr. But 3 mile/hr to 0 mile/hr in a fraction of a second with no warning can be jarring.I’m well within the weight limitations for this treadmill, the belt…

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