LifeSpan TR4000i Folding Treadmill

February 29, 2016 - Comment

Discover your greatest run ever, again and again. Designed to take your training as seriously as you do, the TR4000i folding treadmill is equipped with performance-tuned hardware and intelligent, fitness-tracking technology. A 3.25 hp motor and dependable all-steel frame provide perfect running conditions for any workout, mile after mile. The spacious, 20” x 60” running

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Discover your greatest run ever, again and again. Designed to take your training as seriously as you do, the TR4000i folding treadmill is equipped with performance-tuned hardware and intelligent, fitness-tracking technology. A 3.25 hp motor and dependable all-steel frame provide perfect running conditions for any workout, mile after mile. The spacious, 20” x 60” running surface is supported by 8 compression shocks, keeping you striding in comfort. Performance meets convenience, as the treadmill using EZfold technology to a minimal size for unobtrusive storage when you’re done. An available Bluetooth adapter syncs your exercise data directly to your smartphone, putting you in better control than ever.

Product Features

  • Simple to lift and easy to lower, EZfold technology utilizes a hydraulic shock to assist in folding and unfolding the treadmill
  • Features 15 incline levels, a speed range of 0.5 to 12 mph, a 3.25 HP continuous-duty DC motor and a 3-speed cooling fan
  • The 20 x 60 inch running surface features 8 impact-absorbing compression shocks to guarantee a consistently comfortable workout
  • 6″ Blue backlit LCD displays: time, calories, distance, steps, heart rate, speed, incline level, pace and elevation change
  • Lifetime frame and motor warranty; 5 year parts; 2 years labor warranty

Comments

tobor says:

Solid, comfortable treadmill Pertinent info up front…I’m an ultra-runner, so I run a lot. I weigh about 150lbs and will run anywhere from 5 to 20 miles at a time for my daily runs. I prefer to run outside, but when the weather doesn’t cooperate I hit the treadmill. This Lifespan is the first treadmill I’ve owned, but I’ve used industrial treadmills at the gym for decades.When I initially began shopping for a treadmill, I was inclined to purchase a StarTrac or LifeFitness industrial machine. I was willing…

S. Patel says:

Solid Treadmill I purchased the treadmill from a local retailer. Initially, I didn’t see any independent user reviews on it so, I thought i would post something. My Projected running usage – Probably 2-3 X a week – average maybe 2 hours / week of running total.The treadmill has a 20×60″ belt with a 3.25 hp motor. Haven’t seen any other in this price range with a motor like this one. Although they call the belt orthopedic, I don’t think it is particularly thick – but seems fine. Overall, it feels…

Theresa says:

great treadmill It came down to this model and the Sole F85 but at the end it was the positive reviews from Health Magazine and Runners World on the TR 4000 that pushed me over the top I use it for about four to five hours a week, about every other day and I have noticed nothing but good things so far. The belt width is about 20 inches wide and the 60 inch long is perfect for all out sprints. Some other treadmills are wider like the F85, some are smaller but 20 inches seems to be the industry norm at this…

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