The TR5000–DT3 and TR5000-DT5 have been designed specifically for situations where high use and low maintenance is required. While our other treadmills require periodic belt lubrication to keep the friction between the walking belt and deck low, the TR5000 treadmill offers a maintenance free belt/deck combination. This, coupled with a 3 HP AC motor, makes it perfect for multiple-user settings.
Like other LifeSpan treadmill desk options the TR5000-DT5 and TR5000-DT3 features independent shock absorbers to isolate the walking deck from the frame. This creates a more comfortable walking surface and makes the treadmill extremely quiet during operation. The TR5000-DT5 comes standard with LifeSpan’s trademark features. Intelli-Step™ counts and records the number of steps you take and displays them on the console. More accurate than a pedometer, Intelli-Step automatically detects the impact of your foot striking the treadmill belt. Intelli-Guard™ automatically stops the belt if you step off during your workout for added safety and is a major development in protecting treadmill users and those around them.
The TR5000-DT3 is perfect for users whom already own a standing desk or are looking into purchasing one separately. The treadmill and console compatible with most standing desks.
The TR5000-DT5 includes a sturdy work surface measuring 46.5″ wide and 31″ deep to easily support your laptop, printer, computer display and other electronics devices. The large armrests create stability as you type and write and the cable slot in the desktop along with the cable tray beneath the surface provide a secure place to stow extra cords and cables from your electronic office.
The digital display on both models show steps taken, walking time, calories burned, distance traveled and walking belt speed. In addition, both consoles are Bluetooth-enabled so you can connect wirelessly to your Windows or OS X computer to automatically track results while you exercise. Once you’re done walking, sync your data with your LifeSpan Fitness Club account to retain your exercise history online.
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