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TR1200i Folding Treadmill

The TR1200i is the perfect folding treadmill and best fit for any home letting you walk, jog, or run in confidence. The 20" by 56" running surface is supported by six compression shock absorbers to provide cushioning that is safe for your knees, back and joints. To help track your treadmill workout, the TR1200i automatically records your exercise data to a USB storage device. After your workout, simply upload your data to the LifeSpan Fitness Club, a comprehensive online health and fitness tracking program -- one free membership is included with your purchase.

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Intelli-Guard Safety Feature

The built-in Intelli-Guard™ pauses the belt if you step off during your workout. This is our unique safety feature for the user and those around them. When your foot no longer continuously strikes the belt surface for 20 seconds, your treadmill will automatically and gently come to a pause.

Intelli-Step Automatic Step Counting Feature

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. Increasing step count is one of the foundations of the American Heart Association’s recommendations for improving heart and overall health.

Console Display

17 Preset Treadmill Workouts

Designed by exercise physiologists for optimal safety and effectiveness, our 17 preset treadmill workouts can help you achieve your goal, whether they are weight loss, general health improvement or sports training. The TR1200i also offers 2 MyZone heart rate control programs and 2 customizable programs. With the MyZone constant program, you keep your heart rate at a constant level throughout your workout while the MyZone Interval program allows you to enter your own minimum and maximum heart rate. The treadmill automatically adjusts incline and speed to keep you on target.

Console silicone buttons

Large Silicone Console Buttons

The soft-touch, oversized silicone buttons make set-up a breeze and are ideal for making changes to your program while you are moving. You don’t have to struggle to hit the correct button.

Belt Size 20" W x 56" L (50cm W x 140cm L)
Drive Motor 2.5 HP Continuous Duty DC
Belt Type 2-Ply
Incline Motor 650 lbs. (295 kg) maximum lift
Rollers 2.5" (6.24cm) Front, 2" (5cm) Rear
Speed 0.5 - 11 MPH (0.8 - 16.1 KPH)
Incline 15 Levels
Deck Suspension 6 Variable Density Elastomers
Deck 3/4" (1.9cm) Phenolic with Brace
Folding System EZ Drop
Side Rails Non-slip Plastic
Dimensions 70.25" L x 33" W x 55" H (175.63cm L x 82.5 W x 137.5cm H) Full
39" L x 33" W x 66" H (97.5cm L x 82.5 W x 165cm H) Folded
Step-Up Height 7.5" (18.75cm)
Max. User Weight 300 lbs. (136 kg)
Warranty

Residential Warranty

Frame: Lifetime

Motor: Lifetime

Parts: 3 Years

Labor: 1 Year

USB Port USB storage device automatically saves your exercise data so you can upload it to your online LifeSpan Fitness Club account.
Audio Center Speakers and headphone plug-in.
Heart Rate Monitor Contact heart rate sensors and chest strap receiver (chest strap not included)
Easy to Use Large soft-touch keys — Start, Enter, Up/Down arrow keys and Quick Start buttons get you started at a specific speed and incline level.
Readouts Time, Calories, Distance, Steps, Heart Rate, Speed, Incline Level.
Display Area Multi-color LCD with simultaneous readouts, exercise program name and profile, and personal data from your LifeSpan USB storage device.
Intelli-Step Intelli-Step™ step counting feature works like a pedometer and counts your steps while you walk.
Programs 2 heart rate programs, 2 customized user programs and 17 preset programs (5 weight management, 5 healthy living, 7 sports training)

Whether you want to lose weight, train for a sporting event, or simply maintain a healthy lifestyle, the LifeSpan Fitness Club provides the tools, structure and support you need - ONE FREE MEMBERSHIP INCLUDED


 


Upload to Your Account with a USB Flash DriveLifeSpan Fitness Club USB upload


An online LifeSpan Fitness Club Membership is included with each interactive treadmill. This account includes a free software program that synchronizes your account with your equipment. The first time you use this program it loads your first name, age and weight from your account onto the USB drive. When you insert the USB drive into your treadmill, the console reads this information so we can more accurately calculate calories burned. Then as you exercise, each 20 seconds we save your results onto the USB drive. You can then load the results into your account each day, once a week or whenever you choose using the same program.


 


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Available Warranty Options


  • 3 Year Warranty Plan
    $149.99
  • 5 Year Warranty Plan
    $199.99

Get the most out of your product with our no-hassle extended warranty. At LifeSpan we know our high quality products will last you for years to come, but we also understand product wear and tear and want you to have peace of mind. Choose the plan that works best for you from three or five years of protection. This covers 100% of the parts and labor for services related to: no lemon guarantee, manufacturer defect, mechanical failure, electrical failure, power surge and failure resulting from normal use. View warranty details.



  1. Excellent in all categories! Review by Stallm50
    Price
    Value
    Quality

    I have only had this treadmill for 3 weeks, but the price, ordering experience, delivery, and setup were all top notch! I have used it daily, and it is quiet, smooth, easy to use. The shipping company was so fast, efficient and courteous -- a good reflection on the LifeSpan company! All in all, I am so very happy with this purchase and highly recommend it to anyone! Thank you!


  2. Great treadmill for home use Review by Dietra P

    Overall it is a fabulous piece if equipment. It's annoying to have to restart, after doing a program. If you want to add 10 min for cool down, the machine starts your time, calorie count, and miles all over again. Plus, it's hard to switch from person to person on the screen. Everything is in different design- military time, dates, height in inches. So that was a little annoying too.

    But, the treadmill runs great! Lots of programs and the USB is great too. I can run and walk, incline, everything works very well and the belt is great. Be sure to get the spray lube.


  3. Very good treadmill - Impressive bargain (Posted on April 30, 2013) Review by J

    I bought this treadmill strictly on the reviews and was not disappointed. It has a very solid feel to it and has most features a regular home user would want. Folding system works well enough but it is small enough that we generally keep it in the normal operating position. Power incline feature works much better than I thought it would and goes to an incline I never hope to meet when running.
    Just be prepared to move around a huge and heavy box, deal with assembly and getting rid of the packing materials, etc.


  4. Easy set up great work out (Posted on Feb. 8, 2013) Review by M. E. Shupp

    After considerable research on this type of product we selected this one from Amazon. The set up was straight forward and fairly easy. The treadmill comes with all the tools needed to set up the unit. The controls are great and the operation of the treadmill is fairly quiet as the belt moves along the track. I would recommend this product if you are looking for a home gym with a real gym quality.


  5. great product (Posted on April 22, 2013) Review by F. M Harteloo

    really like using my treadmill. I have lost 18 pounds in three months since purchasing it. it is so convenient to use since i have it in my bedroom, Use it 1 hour a day.


  6. So Quiet, Feels Great Running, Very Stable and Durable (Posted on April 23, 2013) Review by Jordo

    I really like this treadmill. It is so quiet, all you hear is foot steps!
    I like the pre set programs - although it does take a bit to figure out how to use everything.
    I love the quick speed buttons and the controls on the side handle bars!

    I like the website as well, to keep track of your progress.

    Overall great treadmill. I would recommend to others.


  7. Mostly happy with a few negatives for your consideration (Posted June 18, 2013) Review by E. A. Kennedy

    I primarily run outside several days per week and purchased this treadmill for hot or rainy days. The delivery person was kind enough to carry the heavy box to the back of my house and leave it in my walk-out basement. My husband had a reasonably easy time putting the treadmill together. It is quiet and seems very sturdily built, which is surprising at this great price.
    There are some negatives, but I am not sure what treadmill in this price range would not have some negatives:
    1. Speed is presented in miles per hour instead of minutes per mile, which is what runners use to set goals. The manufacturers chose to include a pedometer instead, so maybe this treadmill is primarily aimed at less active runners/walkers.
    2. The treadmill is very heavy and cannot be moved by two adults on carpeted floor, so there is no way to reposition the treadmill or move it out of the way.
    3. Your height and weight can be easily and permanently set on the machine using the website and a USB drive, but a 2nd user will need to enter weight manually on the machine each time and will not be able to use the Fitness Club.
    4. The Fitness Club website is slow and has not always transferred all of my data from the USB accurately, so I will just track my own stats using another application (e.g., RunKeeper).


  8. Excellent (Posted June 26, 2013) Review by T. M. Konno

    Got this about a year and a half ago. I'm an avid Crossfitter as well as a soldier. I abuse the heck out of this machine and it still runs as good as when I got it. Excellent product!


  9. Treadmill Review (Posted on Jan. 13, 2013) Review by Devil Dog

    When I order something online I'm always skeptical of what I will get. Was it as advertised, Is it of good quality, is it a piece of junk. I have always been one of those guys that like to see what I'm buying. I ordered this Life Span treadmill, and after I got it put together and running, I have to admit this machine is a prize. Of course now Iv'e only had it two days, but from what I can tell I am very pleased with this product. It's not hard to operate, (when you learn how to operate it), and it doesn't take a genius to figure it out. It's of the size, and quality as those in health clubs. I would highly recommend this treadmill. It's quite running, and I so far love it, but again I have only had it two days, but I believe this will last me for a long, long time.


  10. Solid machine, easy setup and easy to use (Posted on Jan. 13, 2013) Review by Gary M.

    The delivery was on time, and I asked the delivery guy to wheel it (on cart) around to the back of my house to the rear door - friendly guy who had no problem with that. The box was not damaged. It's heavy - a friend and I carried it in and set the box on my tiled sunroom floor, over a rubber pad I bought so the tile would not be damaged. That night I set it up alone, and it took me about 60-90 minutes; no setup problems. Some reviewers suggested that you add silicone right away since it may have dried up in storage, but I couldn't wait to try it out so I just turned it on and started using it.This machine is solid as a rock - when walking or running there is absolutely no movement in the base, it's like it's bolted to the floor. I have used it for about a month - light use, about 30-40 minutes per day, and still have no added any silicone. The treadmill is relatively quiet - my wife watches TV a short distance away in an adjoining room near the opening in the sunroom, and has no problem with noise - does not even turn the TV volume up. Negatives: The heart rate reading on the handle sensors does not seem to work, but I don't care about those anyway. Also, one feature is to count the steps you have taken but the count pauses at times when the the incline is near maximum. Not important to me anyway...My daughter and 10 year old grandson both use it and love it also. I would definitely recommend it to my family and friends.


  11. Great Treadmill (Posted on Feb. 11, 2013) Review by AK

    I wanted to get my husband a treadmill for Christmas. I was nervous buying such an important item but wanted the gift to be a surprise. After reading review and trying to stay within my budget, I decided to purchase the LifeSpan TR 1200. It had the motor we needed to handle my husband running 30 plus miles a week on it. This treadmill is great and my husband really likes it. It was easy to set up. It is quiet and is really smooth when running on it. I will recommend this treadmill to anyone that is looking to stay around 1k but needing one that has to hold up to a lot of wear and tear.


  12. Love it! (Posted on Feb. 25, 2013) Review by L. K. Taylor

    Love It! It's quiet and I use it daily! I don't think my neighbors can hear it (I live in an apartment).


  13. Very happy! (Posted on March 4, 2013) Review by Laura R.

    Shopped around for the best pricing on a good quality treadmill. I went to fitness shops by me as well as shopped on line. we are very happy with the Lifespan TR 1200i. Got a great deal on a new one. We received it within one week of ordering. The packaging was not in the best shape, but the treadmill inside was untouched. The delivery was just to our door, but fortunately it was easy to unpack and carry in pieces down the stairs to the basement where set up was a breeze. The directions were very easy to follow. The treadmill is very user friendly, quiet and extremely sturdy!!


  14. Super sturdy reliable treadmill (Posted on April 16, 2013) Review by S. M. Lupton

    I run on it two times a day...3 mile each time at 7mph and I'm 6'2" 220lbs and this thing is as sturdy as it gets...easy setup.....great price....I'd recommend this to anyone


  15. BEST TREADMILL FOR PRICE (Posted on Jan. 29, 2013) Review by Fuzztharts

    I have been a runner for over 15 years. I now run 30 to 35 miles a week. I have gone through several mid-priced treadmills that fell apart. I saw this treadmill and did a little research. The independent reviews were excellent. I was skeptical but decided to order the TR 1200i. It arrived regular carrier and the driver helped me get it into my garage. It is very bulky packaging and was expertly packed. Hard to maneuver through the house by myself since it was bulky and weighed 219lbs. I found assembly to be quick and easy. It took about 1hr. I ran about 7 mils to test it out. The most quiet treadmill I have ever had. The only thing I could hear were my feet hitting the belt. Very sturdy construction and a pleasure to run on. I have had several treadmills that rattled and were very noisy. Not so with this excellent machine. I have only had it since Jan 7, 2013 but feel it will really hold up well.. I would highly recommend this product. Best I have seen in this price range of 999.00 through Amazon.


  16. I think it's fantastic. (Posted on Feb. 15, 2013) Review by S. M. Garrett

    I bought this treadmill in Jan. 2012, and I absolutely love it. When it arrived I asked the delivery guys if they would take it across the living room into the back room, and they agreed in exchange for a soda. Small price to pay, though I wish I would have had them lay it all the way down -- they left it on its side. I'm a small woman (5'0", 115 lbs), and when I rolled it over it was heavier than I thought, and nearly fell and landed on my foot. Once I got it open I was able to assemble it myself, but couldn't lift it out/off of of the box & styrofoam packaging and had to recruit help.

    I have since moved twice, and while the thing is cumbersome (I had movers), it easily survived and has a permanent home in my new house. No damage to it, so I think it's pretty sturdy. I've had no problems with the treadmill itself. Only two quirks:
    1) the USB automatic update to their "fitness club" doesn't work with Chrome, and I must have spent hours uninstalling/installing the software, reading FAQs (it's not mentioned on their troubleshooter), and had to send an e-mail. It took a few days to get a response, but once they told me to use IE it worked fine.
    2) I purchased a New Balance heart rate chest strap based on some others' comments about different brands working with this treadmill, but I would say the treadmill only reads it about half the time. I know the chest strap functions, because it came with a watch, but you have to be uncomfortably close to the console for it to pick up the signal accurately. When you drift further back it cuts your heart rate in half, like it's only picking up every other signal, or not at all. If you want the heart rate tracking, it might be worth it to buy their proprietary chest strap -- if it doesn't work maybe they'd give you your money back for it.

    Otherwise I think it's amazing -- I run/walk on it probably 3 times/week in the winter, and maybe once a week in the summer.


  17. Great purchase! So happy! (Posted on March 17, 2013) Review by Laura88

    This was well worth the $. The treadmill was delivered in the box with no damage. Unfortunately, the shipping company (not related to amazon) only sent one man to deliver the 260 lb box. Thank goodness my husband was home to help the poor man bring it into our home. Otherwise I'm pretty sure the box would had laid on the sidewalk. Anyway, between the two of them and the dolly they brought it into the house into the front door. Mind you, this box is HUGE, be sure you have adequate space to unpack it. We unpacked it in the living room and between him and I were able to carry it up to the second floor spare bedroom (this was NOT easy). Assembly was a breeze, everything is already put together accept for some hardware and covers. Took about half hour to do this, in which my husband did most of it. I've used it multiple times since. Very sturdy piece of equipment. It's gym quality. The console with the information can be a little confusing at first to navigate, but if you've used other treadmills, you can figure it out. My only gripe is you cant change the height in the information without going to the website they provide you and putting your info in and then putting it into a USB that transfers it into the console. It's set at 5'7, which works for me, but had to use the USB and website for my 6'0 husband. I haven't lubricated the mat, but I will purchase this in the future.


  18. Perfect for 'headless' operation in a treadmill desk (Posted on May 19, 2013) Review by Mjolnir

    You can see my other review about the Sole f63. I'm not going to repeat all that here. They are both good machines, but i like the 1200i better, at least for initial impressions.

    I got this as a second (!) treadmill because my employer lets me have a standing/treadmill desk at work. At home, I just have a piece of finished plywood strapped to the handlebars of the f63, with about 10 inches of rigid foam block spacers in between to raise it to a usable level. At work, I wanted something less jerry rigged, so I wanted to be able to remove the uprights/handlebars to put it under a desk.

    I picked the 1200i because other reviews said it is quiet. They are correct. It is much quieter than even the f63, at least for walking. Up to 1.2 mph, you can barely hear it. The majority of the noise at those speeds comes from your footsteps and the sliding of the track on the bed under your footsteps.

    I also looked at the LifeSpan TR1200-DT3 Standing Desk Treadmill. I think it is based on the same fundamental design. However if you read the reviews for that product, it's controller seems pretty annoying to the reviewers and inflexible, and beeps like an out of control 50's sci fi movie robot. Plus it has a weaker motor, doesn't do incline, and doesn't fold up for storage. And--it's more expensive! Really, guys?

    I figured I could just get the 1200i folding treadmill and take off the uprights/handrails. It was a gamble, you can't really tell whether this will be easy from the description. But I did it, it was pretty easy, and it works great.

    First, the 1200i is shipped with the handrails lowered to the bed. The are attached by two bolts; the idea is, you lift the uprights into place and attach two more bolts. I just unbolted it completely, and voila.

    Well, you do have to remove the control cable which is threaded through the uprights. There are two challenges. One, where the cable comes out of the upright at the bottom, there is a rigid plastic grommet holding it to the metal upright. You can see the grommet forms a circle from a tab and a C shaped piece. Get a small vise grips and grab the tab. Work it back and forth a bit and the grommet will pop out. Next, you need to pull the control cable through. The problem is there is a plug at the top end of the control cable. It is difficult to pass through the crossbar portion, and won't go through the grommet hole at all. So, you need to cut the control cable. Do it at least 4 inches below the plug so you have some wire to work with. Then the cable pulls right out of the uprights and you can remove the uprights.

    Now, you need to reconnect the plug to the control cable. Invest in a wire stripper and a pack of butt splice crimp connectors. Get a pack of 10 or so, you'll need 7 and you'll invariably mess up at least one of them. Get the thinnest ones available since the control wires are pretty thin. If this step bothers you at all just find a friend who has worked with electronics a bit. It is straightforward. Just connect the right colors and you'll be fine.

    You can silence the beeper on the 1200i very easily. Look in the back of the controller through the opening in the housing. Right in the center of the circuit board is a round can about the size of a fat pencil eraser. That's the beeper. Get a hot glue gun, let it heat up good and hot, then force some hot glue right into the hole in the center of the beeper can. That's it. My beeper is completely silent now. I suppose you could use epoxy or silicon adhesive if you don't have a hot glue gun. But the hot glue sets in a minute or so, very convenient. Wax might work too.

    For a desk, I got the powered geekdesk. You'll have to search for it, don't think amazon sells it. But if you use that product or another desk, be aware that the 1200i's motor housing sticks up a fair bit, and more when the incline is all the way up. I'lll measure the height and edit my post later. But the top of the housing is probably about 16" off the floor when fully inclined, so the bottom of any crossbrace on your desk has to be higher than that (or, don't plan on inclining the treadmill so much).

    General comments about the 1200i: In some of the other reviews, people complained about a lack of durability. Now, I just bought this, so maybe it will fall apart in six months. But I doubt it. This thing is S-O-L-I-D. You could take one of the uprights to a medieval battle reenactment and not feel outgunned. Seriously, you could probably beat a cave troll into submission. Second, the top ranked review at this moment is complaining about the durability of the motor housing. Here's a helpful hint: Tread on the treadmill belt, not on the housing. You'll be fine. Seriously. I don't get why some have such trouble with perfectly adequate products. If amazon sold full size M1 Abrams battle tanks, you can be sure someone would say they threw a track just driving around the cul de sac.

    Some other stuff for the 1200i vs the Sole f63.
    -The 1200 i feels a little more compact and lighter, or at least easier to move around.
    -The cup holders are placed where they should be (if you don't want to remove the uprights as I did).
    -The controller is a lot more compact and thus better suited to operating without the uprights--this controller is about the size of a large book, whereas the Sole f63 is like the bridge of the Enterprise.
    -The 1200i is much quieter.
    -Strangely, the 1200i does not enclose the underside of the belt like the Sole does. Not sure if that would be a problem, but if you had a small pet and the pet liked to sleep under the tread deck, things could get ugly when you turned it on.
    -I like the operation of the Sole controller a bit more, but I'm used to it.
    -The 1200i has more features, including the USB port, which I've yet to use.
    -The safety key for the 1200i seems more likely to pull out inadvertently.
    -The Sole has a fan, the 1200i does not. But the fan on the Sole is a joke.
    -The 1200i shuts off at 99 minutes and 59 seconds. So if you are walking all day like me, you have to reset every so often.


  19. Excellent treadmill! (Posted on June 22, 2012) Review by A. Austin

    I purchased this treadmill in April 2011 and am extremely happy with it - definitely well worth the price. I love all of the features that this treadmill has, especially the USB and membership with Interactive Health Partner (a website that you can upload all your workout data to). You can customize the USB with your info and pop it into the treadmill, so the calorie burn can be a little more accurate - the USB automatically keeps track of your time, distance, calories, etc, then you pop it into your computer when you're done and upload the data to the website. Absolutely love that feature - it's so motivating and it makes it much easier to keep track of your progress. One thing I would recommend is to get the chest band heart rate monitor that LifeSpan has (I bought mine directly from the LifeSpan website since Amazon didn't have it)- the heart rate monitor on the handles of the treadmill never registered very well for me and I found it awkward to keep my hands on the handles when jogging/running so that it could register heart rate.


  20. Very Solid Machine (Posted on Sept. 14, 2012) Review by C. Schutze

    Like many of you, I spent days reading reviews about treadmills trying to decide on the brand. I had not heard of Lifespan before my research, but nothing came up with better reviews than this company. I needed a smaller machine and was tempted to go with the model lower for that reason, but the TR1200i was actually less as it was on sale! I have been using the machine almost every day for a month and I have found it to be very quiet and well built. I am planning on buying the oil for it, however, as it is squeaking already.

    I will say that one of the benefits of buying this machine was the membership to the Interactive health club. I have to admit that I am not all that impressed. I was hoping this would be much more motivating, but the programs are hard to understand and don't give specific details regarding the workout. Plus, I assumed the information would be more streamlined off of the memory stick, but it holds this information in a separate part of the site and therefore you have to manually enter it anyway. Maybe I am not smart enough to figure it out correctly! Not a big deal to me, just a bit of a disappointment as I like to chart my progress but gave up within a week. For those that need more motivation, it might be more useful for you.

    Overall, I am impressed with the quality.


  21. Extremely pleased with purchase! (Posted on Jan. 14, 2013) Review by Kathleen

    Very hesitant to order a treadmill online and never having tried it out in person.
    Purchased this one to replace an older model Gold's Gym model.
    I was NOT disappointed.
    Delivery was prompt; son assisted in getting HUGE & HEAVY box through doorway and into house.

    PROS: VERY well built - son and I had NO PROBLEMS assembling; holes lined up perfectly, instructions easy to follow.
    All necessary tools for assembly were included.
    Had it up and running in just over an hour.
    Very intuitive console; easy to use and understand; everything nicely placed.
    Extremely quiet! (Can't stress this enough!)
    I have mine setup on a LifeSpan mat over very thick carpet and pad - no issues.
    Machine doesn't wobble or shift; seems very stable and secure.
    VERY heavy, but we had no problem, once assembled in the hallway, of folding it up and moving it to final destination room.
    Hydraulic mechinism worked exceptionally well and smoothly.
    I purchased a small surge protector in which to plug this treadmill into.
    Have walked and jogged on it many times so far, both with shoes and socks, and have had no issues with "shocking" or household electrical issues. Son has run on it, nearly max speed and max incline with no issues.
    I couldn't be happier!

    CONS: For the price of this machine, one would EXPECT the USB and a bottle of lube to be included and not have to be purchased separately.


  22. A Good Deal! (Posted on Feb. 17, 2013) Review by A. J. Perash

    Many others have given this detailed excellent ratings and I can only 2nd those.
    Assembly was a bit of a headache getting some of the screws to fit. Others have
    commented on the handles not quite lining up. Now this is actually referenced in
    the manual<grin>. It tells you to jiggle it or somesuch. It wasn't really all that big a
    deal. Why? Because once you have this machine up and running it is awesome.
    VERY quiet. VERY sturdy. Plenty of running deck room. The fold-up option is
    a snap and the ladies could do it with ease (no offense intended). It does NOT
    come with a Mem Stik but they are so cheap - just buy a 4 or 8 gig cheap stik
    as you won't need more - it doesn't seem to store info once it is uploaded to the
    web-site. The on-line Fitness Club is good or bad depending on how much you
    use it. I like it but mostly I just like to record progress rather than read all the
    health literature blah, blah.

    In summation: This machine is the BEST treadmill deal on Amazon if you get the
    999.99 price. It is the newest model (2013). Smooth functioning with decent extras.
    Both Incline and Speed options change seamlessly and the pre-loaded programs
    cover about all levels of fitness so Beginners & Pros can use it. Or you can just
    hop on it & go. My 1st Treadmill and I am very happy !


  23. Solid B+ very functional (Posted on May 22, 2011) Review by H. Head

    The ordering and delivery of this treadmill was very easy, and description did not disappoint. It was very easy to assemble and every bit of 250lbs! Can't imagine if we had to move up or down stairs! It arrived exactly on time and was well packaged (crate and boxes were a challenge to dispose). The length of the belt is long enough for just about any height, the handles are very sturdy but wish it were a tad wider. The controls are simple to operate but entering personal height/weight/age information is clumsy and the online fitness program is worth what you pay for it (free)! The motor is very quiet and the speaker system for your iPod or MP3 is nice and plenty loud enough for workouts (you must buy your own cord to connect). The operation is also smooth enough to read while running or walking. Overall, I am very happy with this purchase and would recommend to a friend.


  24. Even when it was not great, I still loved it (Posted on March 14, 2011) Review by Dox1000

    I will keep this short, as the other reviews are spot on. I was upgraded to the 3000i because they 1200i I ordered was not available, and they wanted me to be happy. This makes for a great review as I love a company that wants the client to love them as much as the product. The treadmill is silent, has a ton of programs, and works perfectly. I have loved using it and all of the features are as advertised. Even the speakers that are built in sound great for audio books while working out. Additionally, since the unit is almost silent (my footfalls are the loudest thing in the room), I don't have to blast the volume. Watching TV is nice now, as the volume is normal, not extra loud like it was with the old treadmill I replaced.

    On some versions of this product, people mentioned a shock issue. This is like when you rub your stockinged feet on a rug and then go and touch your sister to shock her. The same thing happens here. Turns out my shoes (brooks) seem to be one of the type that have this insulation issue. After running for a minute, I can get a small shock by touching any of the metal parts. Frankly, it is not painful, but it is annoying. Since I can fix this by changing shoes, or adding a mat to the unit, I don't think that I blame the company for this, but I wanted to at least post that it can occur. The bad is that when unplugging the iphone from the speakers one time, I shocked the unit, and it was strong enough to reset the computer. This was not good. Everything seemed to work just fine afterward, until I tried to use the interval heart rate setting on the unit. The unit would not adjust the speed anymore when my heart rate went above or below the heart limits I had set. Mind you, all of the other heart rate programs still worked just fine, and I don't know if this was a problem before the unit got shocked, as I had not tried it before then, but I wanted to report the problem as it occurred, not as I suspect. Of course, I suspect that the shock screwed it up, but I cannot prove that. Regardless, I called the company and the sent me out a new display right away and all is good.

    There is a fitness system that comes with this that is nice, but while I will admit that it works well, I am happy just setting a target heart rate and going for an hour more than anything else. With regards to that though, I use a polar chest strap to monitor my heart rate. Polar makes a smaller and a larger unit (one has greater distance than the other). Make sure that you purchase a larger unit. The smaller one does not put out enough juice to get a reading from the display unless you are at the front 25% of the treadmill, and that is not how I like to run. With the larger unit, I can run in the middle of the treadmill and the system picks up my signal just fine. I would assume that the one that Lifespan sells is a stronger unit, but I don't own one, so I cannot report on that. Maybe they will read this and comment (hint).

    Quality build, excellent features, excellent customer support, excellent customer focused business model, fast problem resolution. Buy it, ignore the other units, enjoy. It took me a year to decide on this unit, and I got more than I paid for on all levels!


  25. Great Treadmill ! (Posted on May 27, 2011) Review by Yoko

    * Assembly is very easy. I am a woman, but I could assembled it by myself in an hour.
    * Operation is easy, too. You can change speed and incline level up/down at grip so easily.
    * Display is simple and very easy to see.
    * It has wireless function to check heart rate, and it needs additional equipment.
    But you don't have to purchase it. It is enough only by original equipment(at grip).
    * It's so heavy. Although I asked deliveryman to put this treadmill inside house(entrance), he left it at the garage.
    So I and my husband had to carry and move it, but it was very very hard. I think it needs 2 or 3 more person.
    But thanks to its weight, it is stable. You can exercise comfortably.

    I love this treadmill. I can recommend to you.


  26. best purchase of my life (Posted on Jan. 12, 2012) Review by Maneybe

    This is a great in-home treadmill; it was delivered earlier than I thought and was extremely easy to put together. The online workout tracking is really cool and it's nice not having to enter my height and weight every time I want to use it. I like how it displays your name every time you get on. The music station is really nice and the cup holders are deep so my iPhone didn't jump around while running. It's exactly what I was looking for in a treadmill. I very highly recommend this treadmill for purchase.


  27. Great Treadmill (Posted on Jan. 16, 2012) Review by UG

    I purchased this treadmill in November 2011 when Amazon was offering a limited time free installation, so I took advantage of that offer which saved me $200 and the machine was installed by pros in less than 20 minutes (no left over screws and all the holes and screws aligned perfectly). As usual Amazon's service was great and the installation was done few days after the delivery without any problems. (you might have to "tip" the delivery guys if you want the treadmill delivered in a location other than your doorstep.)

    Thus far the treadmill is performing surprisingly well, very quiet and stable, even at the highest speed or incline. USB port feature works well, although it could be better: after the initial setup, just plug in the USB storage device into the console and all your workout information will be recorded. The information can then be uploaded to their website so you can monitor your progress. The owners manual lacks some details, but the customer service is excellent and provides all the missing information.

    Overall, I would highly recommend this treadmill to everyone, based on its performance and price. Like others, I had some reservations spending $1,000 for something that I've never tried, but so far I'm very pleased. If you buy this treadmill, don't forget to buy the lubricant (it's recommended to lubricate the belt before the first use).

    I will provide performance updates in the upcoming months.

    1/25/2013 Update :
    I have been using this treadmill for over a year (about three times a week). Still going strong and no problems to report (I have lost 25 lbs). Still five stars, still highly recommended.


  28. Solid treadmill (Posted on Jan. 17, 2012) Review by lsls

    We received the treadmill before Christmas (expected 29 Dec) ... great start! This a well packaged treadmill and fairly simple to assemble. The only issue was assembling the two arms. There is a 3" bolt that threads into a pre-threaded hole. The issue is the hole was drilled on a rounded surface and the bolt did not properly thread into hole. I was able to force it but if I had to pull the bolts I'm sure the threads would be stripped.

    Only other issue is with the workout program. Found out that any additional person would cost $99 to sign up and use the program.

    The treadmill works well and I'm very pleased with the product.


  29. absolutely awesome- best buy for your money (Posted on March 5, 2012) Review by marcelh

    I actually bought this at a local fitness store, but I did months of research prior to the purchase. I couldn't be happier with this treadmill. At my gym, they have precor (read: expensive) treadmills. When you set them to incline the console and platform shake violently when walking fast, let alone running. This is not the case with the Lifespan Tr1200i. Build quality is outstanding. It is rock solid stable at any speed I have gone to (so far I've only taken it up to 7, mind you). Haven't used the Lifespan Fitness Club USB drive thing yet, but I will update the review once i do. The controls are well placed, and I reallly like the duplicate incline and speed controls on the handles. It makes adjusting speed without throwing yourself off balance easier. Additionally, the information display is easy to understand and switches to display alternate info by simply pressing the "enter" key once. The one complaint I have is that the heartrate monitor handles don't work well, a common problem with treadmills of any price. However, the installation technician told me that the treadmill will receive signals from a polar heart rate strap, so I plan on purchasing one of those so I can take of the heart rate boundary programs. Overall, very satisfied. Now I wish I had another one so we can stop fighting over who gets to use it first = ).


  30. love it..... scared to order but don't regret it at all (Posted on Oct. 1, 2012) Review by Jippywoman

    This is by far the most expensive item I have order solely on reviews. I was very nervous about ordering it but most of all the reviews were good and I didn't want to buy a cheap treadmill. I wanted something that was going to last. It has all the bells and whistles and than some. I haven't used all of them but they are there if I need them! It is a fairly heavy item so definitely have a couple extra people to help! My husband put it together with no problem maybe took a half hour. It is very quiet to run on I can have the tv on and hear it to problem over the treadmill, absolutely content with my purchase. I almost love it more than running outside!


  31. Shipping is FAST (Posted on April 30, 2011) Review by GaryM

    This thing is solid as a rock. The deck absorbs shock very well and doesn't cause any foot fatigue. This machine is unbelievably quiet.

    The tread surface is nice and wide - as am I. The motor runs effortlessly despite my 260 pounds walking on it.

    What sold me was the controls. Its concise and laid out in a way that is intuitive and user friendly. There are redundant controls for speed and lift on the side rails as well. Heartbeat monitor and pedometer functions all built in. It has speakers for your IPOD/Phone/MP3 and a USB interface for either saving your personal workout data or charging a handheld device. Oh yeah you get a free membership to an online health club. Comes with a removable thumb drive to store your workout data too. Very nice.

    The killer feature is the buttons. IT HAS REAL BUTTONS!! Fat, silicone, Nerf-style buttons that depress with a pleasing tactile feel. What membrane style buttons they do use aren't for critical functions.

    When you have to stop in a hurry, a fat stop button is important. How many times at the gym did you have to stop in a hurry only to find the plastic film was worn off where the word "Stop" was once printed on it?

    Sure, membrane controls are real easy to clean but they have an arguably shorter lifespan than the machine does. Plus my safety is worth more than an easy wipe in this case.

    This is actually the second one of these I've owned. I bought the first one from a local store who I believe dropped it - hard. They wanted to charge for delivery (about 5 miles) and they made me wait 5 weeks. After the umpteenth time the store manager told me "its not his fault...", and, "...I can't help that..." I had them come get the machine and give me a refund.

    Amazon has free delivery, and the guys called ahead to schedule at MY convenience, and got here DAYS earlier than expected. They offloaded the machine carefully and placed it in my garage like it was a baby. I didn't have to pay any sales tax, either. I could have had this up and running two months ago FOR LESS MONEY, if I had gone to Amazon first.

    I'll get a video up here at some point soon. Too many other features to talk about.


  32. Simple (Posted on March 7, 2011) Review by Michael G.

    Not exactly quailty, but very functional, easy to put together but not all the holes lined up. Not a big deal though because the one hole that didn't line up is non weight bearing. Easy to use. I'm 210lbs and my knees don't hurt on this treadmill, never really had knee problems before either though. Very happy with this product. haven't used the usb port for tracking mileage yet but I will start doing that soon in the future. I would buy this product again.


  33. Great product, works well for me! (Posted on March 22, 2012) Review by Matthew S.

    This product sat in my Amazon Cart for about 18 months. The reviews indicated that it was a great product but I am always skeptical, especially of exercise equipment. I finally bit the bullet and purchased the treadmill for my personal Christmas gift.

    I've been very pleased with the product so far. It is fairly quiet and runs like a champ. I have yet to encounter an issue which makes me very happy with the purchase.

    Couple of quick notes:

    This item was a large delivery so even if you have Amazon Prime, a specialty company will have to deliver the product.

    Installation was not bad, but I did run into the problem not recognizing that the screws were already pre-inserted into the places they needed to go. Just make sure to look at the pieces and notice the screws are there before spending 5 minutes searching for the "missing" screws.

    Definitely have another person help you install the treadmill as it is heavy.


  34. Solid treadmill (Posted on May 11, 2012) Review by mc

    I've had the TR1200i for a few months. I wanted to wait until I tried all the features and take it out for a shake test.

    Pros--
    a) solid frame
    b) quick-access buttons for incline/decline and speed on the handles
    c) simple easy-to-use controls
    d) emergency stop
    e) automatic shut-off
    f) no roughness/shaking at higher speeds
    g) the motor is more than adequate
    h) the console layout is clean and also practical
    i) will fold up easily, but use of space vacated by raised running board requires that the front be facing a less-used area?

    Neither here or there--
    a) the running board is somewhat stiff
    b) the plastic cover seems somewhat hard to clean (sweat against regular cleaner)
    c) the music port/speakers are adequate (don't use it that much)
    d) the training usb storage device/Lifespan Fitness Club is at most a curiosity for seasoned athletes

    Cons--
    a) stops the workout at 99 minutes
    b) incline setting does not reset automatically
    c) no wheels underneath/not portable
    d) pretty heavy and assembly required
    e) no cool down setting/button
    f) you have to press the mode button to get the pulse measurements
    g) the initial pace should be set at 1mph, not 0.5 (too slow)

    About me:
    3:20 marathoner. I usually do easy runs on the TM at around 6mph, 2 times a week, 3 hour total. I sometimes do speedwork on the treadmill. I used to own a Pacemaster Gold Elite.

    Summary:
    Very happy with the TM so far. My GF is happy with it as well. I bought it to keep myself healthy, since I work from home. While it can't do the heavy work that my Pacemaster used to do, I can easily achieve the same results on this TM if I'm smart about it. A great buy. Thanks for the earlier reviews--the reviewers did not disappoint.


  35. Lifespan TR Quality with Safety (Posted on March 16, 2011) Review by SamH

    I am most impressed with the quality of the construction of the TR 1200i Folding Treadmill. Folding treadmills have come a long way since I had my first. It weighs 250 pounds but folded, pivots well to change direction. I also like the safety features. Time will tell how well all of what I said will hold true. I will revisit this issue in a few months.


  36. Great treadmill (Posted on June 26, 2011) Review by Chung-yi C. "Chiang"

    This is my first Treadmill at home.
    1. Delivery: couldn't be better.
    I ordered it from Amazon. After placing the order, the freight carrier scheduled a time with me to deliver it. It was delivered to the room where I was going to set it up.

    2. Installation: simple but heavy.
    It is better to be installed by two people. I was doing it all by myself, but I did it slowly. Two people can get it finished in 15min.

    3. Performance: excellent.
    Compared with the other treadmills I ever used at gyms, this one is relatively quiet. There is nearly no noise below 3mph. you may think the noise it generates at 6mph is too loud. It is actually quieter than the feet stepping on the belt. I usually runs a 6.5 to 7mph, and the machine certainly has no problem to reach that.
    After using 15hrs, I noticed the motor or belt generating some laud noise. So, I spread the lubricant oil on the belt as instructed, and then the noise disappeared. I guessed it was just because the belt dried out while sitting in the warehouse. In fact, the manual does suggest users lubricate the belt after the installation. So, it's better to lubricate the belt before you use it for the first time.

    4. Control panel: Nice, but could be better.
    That USB included in the box give you a membership to upload your exercise record so that you can track your own progress. Great values.
    To start, I have to press Start button, which starts at 0.5mph. I couldn't press 3mph or 6mph button to start engage at higher speed right away. I guess this is for safety sake, but not very convenient for me.

    5. Heart rate: pick up and get steady slowly.
    It took me a while to figure out how make the measurement correctly. Can't grip it tight. Just place the palms on the sensors. It takes almost half minutes to show on the screen and longer to get the right reading. It is always lower than the actual rate a lot at the beginning and takes about 1 min to become steady and correct. But, this is just a minor problem.

    6. Belt alignment: not sure.
    My belt is not completely aligned. I always can see a small gap at left front side, but not at the left back side (the end). That seems to suggest the belt is not parallel to side rim. I spent a lot time to adjust it according the manual but couldn't make the gap even (at front and back) or smaller. I don't bother to try it any more since the gap is not affecting my exercise and the belt is not drifting at all. There got to be a way to align it. I just don't know how.

    Overall, I love this treadmill. It's a great product with a wonderful price.


  37. Good treadmill with some annoyances (Posted on March 5, 2012) Review by Michael

    Have had this treadmill for about a week and used just a few times so far.
    Pros:
    Very quiet - night and day compared to my 15 year old Proform from Sears.
    Nice feature set for the most part
    Ability to log runs via USB and Online Fitness Club Membership (included) is nice
    Turns out to be compatible with my Polar Wearlink heart rate strap - an unexpected plus. Didn't have to buy one from Lifespan.

    Cons:
    As others have noted, there is a definite issue with alignment of holes for bolts during setup. And similar to others I had to grind slightly larger holes and really torque the bolts in to get through, possibly damaging threads. I can't imagine why Lifespan hasn't fixed this given the number of reviews complaining about it. Frankly, if I hadn't had a good ratchet wrench, a power screwdriver, and a rotary tool with grinding bit, it would have been a big problem. A real shame given that it seems to be a high quality unit otherwise.
    The assembly instructions were just fair - there was some confusion about where to find some of the screws (you have to unscrew them first from the pieces - this is noted in some cases, but not in others). Assembly took twice as long as it should have due to the issues. Once together though it's nice.

    More Cons:
    The built-in programs are all very similar to each other. There are three sets of programs - Sports training, general health and weight loss. Each of these groups has very similar programs with barely any difference that I can detect - unless there are differences that are not explained in the manual. Which is a shame again because it would have been really helpful to have some true variety and greater range of challenge. But you do still have a couple custom programs you can create.

    The USB logging with the online club isn't very well explained - in general, the online fitness club has a lot of potential and some nice features, but again, it's very hard to figure it out - the interface is awkward and not very intuitive.
    Strangely, even though Lifespan sells an indoor rowing machine with the Online Fitness club membership, the online fitness club does not have a way to log that kind of exercise. Hopefully they will improve it.

    One general complaint that is not just about Lifespan - I have several pieces of equipment that have various forms of online logging, including a polar heart rate monitor. I wish there was way to import/export data from them so I could pick one online logging/planning system rather than having my data scattered. But that isn't just a lifespan issue.

    Overall - I still give it 4 stars because in the end, it's the treadmill hardware that matters most and that seems to be very good. I would certainly buy it again (so far). Most of the complaints could be fairly easily addressed by Lifespan - I hope they will do that.


  38. Money Well Spent (Posted on Feb. 17, 2013) Review by Shane W.

    After having purchased a really terrible manual treadmill, followed by a few used treadmills, finally dropping the money on this product and having it turn out to be wonderful was, well... wonderful! There are a great many features to be found with this machine, though you could easily just ignore them all and still have a good piece of equipment. It's quiet and I had no issues with delivery.

    In hindsight, assembly was very simplistic. This thing is almost completely put together when it arrives. I decided to take the setup of this treadmill on by myself and that did increase the difficulty; getting it out of the box was the hardest part for me. Since the manual it comes with covers several different models, there were some directional errors with regard to setup (such as discussing self-tapping screws which were actually screws that needed to be removed and re-placed in order to assemble, misnaming screw types, etc). Also, the upright locking feature caused me some real frustration at first when I realized I couldn't unlock it based on the manual. Luckily there was a sticker on the machine itself which helped clarify; you'll have to give the machine a light pull toward you after kicking in the tension bar in order to get the belt back on the floor. As mentioned though, looking back at the setup frustrations, there were really only 5 or six small cover pieces to screw to the machine, and the panel to attach. I've never encountered a piece of exercise equipment this easy to assemble.

    My advice to those thinking of looking for something cheaper would be to avoid that at all costs. Not only is this machine worth the money, it also looks and runs better than most any treadmill I've ever encountered in my time spent at a number of gyms, hotel exercise rooms, and so on. This thing comes damn near ready to use, runs amazingly well, will support the norms of workout desires (places to store bottles, MP3 player compatibility, even a bar for placing a Kindle above the display), and looks fantastic. I would gladly recommend this product to anyone in the market for a treadmill.


  39. One Year On and REALLY LIKE THIS MACHINE!! (Posted on Sept. 1, 2012) Review by SureallyReal

    Got the LifeSpan TR 1200i Folding Treadmill a year ago and have loved it ever since! This machine is used 3-6 times a week and it works as well as the day we bought it. Of course we've maintained the machine with treadmill lubrication and cleaning, BUT this is a HIGH QUALITY machine that works well, holds up to 200 lb people using it regularly. It was delivered professionally and was SO easy to set up. The digital electronics work like a charm and are accurate and stable. I've used weaker machines at a $60/mo health club, so save some money, and tell yourself you'll only watch TV IF you are on the treadmill - walk, run, get moving! This is a great machine and after a year of use I STRONGLY RECOMMEND the LifeSpan TR 1200i Folding Treadmill!


  40. I LOVE this treadmill! (Posted on April 10, 2011) Review by Book Lover "I love to read"

    I ordered this treadmill from Amazon.com. We put it together yesterday, it was fairly easy to put together, but it is HEAVY! Be sure you have more than one person to help get it inside and get it out of the box.

    I absolutely love it already and I am so glad I made the choice to go with this particular treadmill. I did my research for quite a while before I made my decision. Being that it did not have one single negative review on Amazon, helped to seal the deal for me as I know that the people giving these reviews are the ones actually using it and not just some so-called "expert" giving their opinion, but not really using it.

    It is very user-friendly, with good sized digital readouts making it so easy. The thing I love the most about it, is that it is so unbelievably quiet! I kept reading that in other people's reviews, but I didn't really think it would be as quiet as it really is! I have it positioned in front of my big screen TV and I didn't even have to turn the volume up to screaming mode to hear it! Last night I worked out on it for an hour and 15 minutes while I watched some of my DVR'd shows and I hardly even noticed that I was working out because it was so quiet and I was absorbed into my TV show. It is just fabulous! I love the magazine/book holder on the dash too, as that has always been my biggest complaints about other treadmills. I love to read while I am working out and this gives me the opportunity to do so without holding on to anything! I also love the i-pod hookup, that is another nice bonus!

    I also LOVE the pause feature! On my old treadmill, if I had to stop for any reason, I lost all my settings (time, speed, etc.) and had to start all over. With this one, you just hit the stop button and it pauses right in the middle of your workout... you go do whatever and come back and hit start and it picks right back up on the time you had already completed and goes right back to the speed you were at.

    Another great feature is the countdown. When you start the treadmill, it starts "counting down" to let you know it is going to slowly start. It doesn't just catch you off guard and start suddenly! I love that. This treadmill really has it all for a fabulous price!

    The one and only complaint I have about it thus far is that it does not turn off on the dash! This is a bit puzzling to me, I have no clue why the engineers would not put the on/off switch on the dash! That is the first time I have ever seen that on a treadmill. You either have to unplug it or turn it off by the switch on the front of the belt down by the floor. Very odd to me. Overall, I highly recommend this treadmill! I do not think you can go wrong with this purchase!

    UPDATE: A year and a half later, I still love this treadmill!! If you are like me, you realize that most people review items within days of receiving it and therefore you do not get the review from "tried and true" usage, so I wanted to add my year and a half later update that it is still wonderful and I have not had one single problem from it!! I still highly recommend it!


  41. Very great treadmill, reviews spot on (Posted on May 11, 2011) Review by Z. Cavaricci

    I bought this treadmill based on the reviews here. I assembled it with a little help from my gf to get it out of the box, and it took me a bit longer than I had planned due to my mistakes and bad luck. I thought I could save time by removing all the screws from the console part at once (they are put there pre-assembled and need to be removed to attach other parts), but didn't realize that not all of them are the same. So don't make that mistake! The little screws are slightly different depending on what they are to be used for. Also be careful not to bungle up the wires between the console and the panel you screw it into on the treadmill.

    I ended up not being able to put on the last piece which covers the wiring in the back, not sure but the screws wouldn't go into the holes. I don't think this was my fault this time, must be the holes were not properly drilled through. Anyway, this is purely a cosmetic piece and doesn't affect the functionality.

    As for using it, it is pretty straight forward. The display is nice and big, shows all the important metrics. I am not sure how to make it show pace instead of speed since I run based on that as opposed to speed, I'll have to read the manual some more. There are pre-planned programs, but I mostly just like to do my own thing, so that's what I did for the first run. The thing is very quiet, I was very surprised. It is super sturdy, I am of average weight and height for a male (5'10, 155) so I don't foresee it ever breaking down on me due to wear and tear I am hoping. The controls on the handles are a very nice bonus, it is like the really nice treadmills at the gym and allows you to stay more in "the zone" as opposed to trying to reach forward and finding the speed/incline buttons. This way you can run more in the "middle" of the treadmill as opposed to toward the front.

    I did a 3 mile run, around 7 speed, and since I'm a heavy sweater, I know I will now need to invest in some heavy duty fans. The speakers were actually not as bad as I thought they would be based on some other reviewers. I couldn't find any volume buttons though, had to use the volume on my iphone, I'll have to read the manual some more. I haven't tried the online club that comes with the treadmill, I am letting my gf use it since she has goals of losing weight whereas I am just doing it to get in shape. It comes with a usb device that will record all your data and let you upload it, from what I hear.

    The treadmill folds up very nicely after use, and isn't too heavy on that side; the hydraulic release is a nice touch. All in all, this is a great purchase, and I look forward to running on it, as will my gf.

    PROS:
    Very sturdy, well-built
    Buttons on the rails are very useful
    Easy to read display
    Extremely quiet
    Good warranty
    A good value
    1 Free membership to online tracker

    CONS:
    No fans
    Very heavy

    NOT SURE:
    No volume control?
    Show pace instead of speed?


  42. Good value for the price (Posted on Jan. 13, 2012) Review by Mr. Nibbles "Mr. Nibbles"

    I've had the treadmill for 3 weeks and run 3 miles on average per day on it. I've had no issues with it at all. I spent a lot of time reviewing treadmills and ended up buying this one due to the price and the overwhelmingly positive reviews. It arrived faster than estimated and assembly wasn't too difficult, though some of the holes for the screws weren't exactly clean and needed some work before the screws would correctly go into them. I can see what some of the other reviewers were saying about the plastic seeming a little cheap but for the price I really can't complain. I don't use the preset programs so I can't really comment on them. I connect my iphone to the audio port to listen to music as I run and haven't had any issues with the speakers like some reviewers have commented. I'm a bigger runner at 6'3 and haven't had any issues with the treadmill accommodating my size. If you're someone who just likes to get on the treadmill and run 3 or so miles, you'll be happy with this product. I absolutely have no problem recommending it.


  43. Talk about Value (Posted on Feb. 12, 2011) Review by Joshua S.

    This has to be one of the best values on the market for $1000. It inclines to 15%, max. speed of 11 mph, handles up to a 300LB runner, and is built sound. I have ran over 30 miles the last three weeks and it has given me no problems. It handles my 200 pounds with ease and has the feel of a high quality gym treadmill. If you are looking for the best valued treadmill out there, this is it!


  44. love it !!! (Posted on Feb. 17, 2011) Review by carmamaze

    I love this treadmill. I originally picked it because reviewers said that it was easy to put together. It is. It took less han 30 minutes. Make sure you look at the pieces on the instructions to put it together. It's heavy but one muscular person could move it and assemble it(but probably better with two). In addition it is quiet. It's smooth. The motorized incline functions are fabulous. My knees don't hurt as they had on previous treadmills. I only walk on it,but my 17 year old son jogs on it (216#s). The hand grips are nice too.
    and he loves it. I've had it a month. I haven't tried the MP3 connections. It has a ledge to place a book to read while walking. I haven't tried to fold it. I have it on carpet with no problem. It cost more than a lot of the others but I didn't want any problems. Oh yes,the deliveryman helped my husband carry it into the room in the house that we wanted it to sit.


  45. LifeSpan TR 1200i folding treadmill (Posted on Feb. 20, 2011) Review by K. Hand "Challenged Baker"

    I'm one of those guys who reviews everything in order to get the most bang for my buck. I did all the research, and for the money, you cannot beat this treadmill. It was originally $1499 on sale through Amazon @ $999. Great savings and this is one of those gym/rec center/athletic club quality treadmills. I was using a top of the line Precor at the Rec Center and this is comparable quality. It was very easy to set up and I have only had it three weeks and have lost Target Heart Rate zone is the key to losing weight. This machine works with my Polar chest band and continuously monitors my heart rate. It also has the ability for you to use the "Constant Heart Rate" program, whereupon you punch in your desired THR and the machine continuously adjusts itself to keep you there. I am glad I bought this model and would recommend it to my friends.


  46. Reviews on this product are true! (Posted on April 27, 2011) Review by rbhatta "A Dinosaur you can trust!"

    We are middle aged couple who realized that we are not getting any younger, we also learnt over the years that more you exercise and eat healthy food, the less time you will spend with your doctor and blood thirsty insurance companies, and this made us search for some good fitness equipment within a reasonable budget.

    The positive reviews on Lifespan TR 1200i on Amazon and elsewhere on the internet made us purchase this Treadmill and we are pleased to say that the reviews on this fitness equipment on Amazon are honest and it is well worth the money spent.

    With Lifespan TR 1200 Folding Treadmill we got a strong running surface with whisper quiet 2.5 hp motor, a sleek, attractive looking easy to read Color LCD console, Dual side handrail with speed and incline controls and a super easy folding system to save space wherever you wish to place this.

    You also get a USB key device (Small size 128Mb) which you can insert into the console that tracks and records your information. Along with a free membership to the Lifespan Fitness Club online (A $99 Value), you can use this to track your results over time, get new workout routines and reach your fitness goals faster.

    Here are our positive experiences [PROS] with this product:

    PROS
    [+] Very Quiet Operation -The Lifespan TR 1200 treadmill runs extremely quiet even at decent running speeds like 5 miles per hour and still feels solid and shake-free console which is very easy to read.

    [+] Intelli-Step Counting feature - With most people's goal is to walk their "5,000 steps a day" to have a healthy body, this is a very helpful tool. Basically, the treadmill works like a pedometer and shows how many steps you've taken during your walking or running routine.
    This is an exciting feature that can give you positive feedback from the console to challenge you to go further.

    [+] Safety Pause feature - The TR 1200i treadmill has built-in sensor in the belt drive system. It senses and relays that to the console computer on-board when you're no longer stepping on the belt and will automatically stop the treadmill after predefined seconds.
    This is a great safety feature to give you some added peace of mind, especially if you have small children in your home who loves to play around the treadmill

    [+] Speed and Incline Controls on Arm Bars - We love this feature, especially when you pick up your pace and don't want to reach up to the console which can throw you off balance. However, with this treadmill you can change your speed (Right hand controls) or incline (Left Hand controls) with the touch of an easily accessible buttons on the arm rests instead of reaching up to the console while you are walking or jogging.

    [+] Console with Speakers - While this is becoming a fairly standard feature in most treadmills, it's still a nice option to have. In this treadmill you can plug in your iPod or your favorite MP3 player and listen to your workout music through the console speakers.

    [+] Free Membership to Lifespan Fitness Club - As mentioned earlier in this review, The Lifespan TR1200 comes with a tiny capacity (128mb) free USB device when plugged into the USB port automatically tracks and stores your workouts. It also holds your personal information (so that don't have to re-enter it when you start up the treadmill every time).

    The $99 value membership (Included free with this model from lifespan) to their fitness club will help you by taking into account your preferences and goals. It then sends you weekly exercise routines and even sample videos on how to do certain exercises and work more fitness into your daily routine. The basic idea is to stay accountable and be on track on a daily basis to reach your fitness goals.

    [+] Good Warranty on the product from the manufacturer

    Frame & Motor: Lifetime
    Parts: 3 Years
    Labor: 1 Year

    This gives you peace of mind and believe me if some manufacturers state this clearly it means that they made effort in making a good equipment and according to our observations, the treadmill is indeed build solid and will last years to come.

    CONS

    [-] Speakers are not of great sounding, Not very bad but not good either :-)

    We hope this review is useful for others just like it has been for us here on Amazon user reviews, and we wish that by making a purchase you will meet your fitness goals in life!

    Cheers! And may you have a happy healthy life!


  47. LifeSpan TR1200i Review -- Pros and Cons (Posted on Oct. 18, 2011) Review by Shaun T

    I am an owner of this treadmill and I'd like to share my experience with it. I weigh 210 lbs and the treadmill accommodates my running with very little shaking at zero incline. As the incline approaches its maximum setting the frame and console increasingly shakes side to side. This isn't something that troubles me because I rarely run at inclines higher than eight out of fifteen -- however you definitely want to be aware of this.

    An unexpected positive feature of the treadmill is its built-in USB port. The intended use of the port is enable you to store running telemetry on a USB drive, such as steps, heart rate, and distance traveled. However, I find the USB drive more useful as a mobile charger for my phone and other mobile devices I use while running.

    The built-in speakers are lackluster and the line-out jack introduces a loud hissing noise. If you are buying this unit for its speaker and sound capabilities you will want to take a pass.

    The construction and build-quality of the treadmill is overall very good. Setup was straight-forward and easy.

    The console user interface for the treadmill could definitely use some work. There is no way to update your height or gender without using the included USB key-chain. This can be frustrating if you want the treadmill console to show accurate information but you don't care or want to use the software contained on the USB drive. The console user interface is not friendly to use -- when you hit 'start' you cannot change settings in preparation for running. For example, when I hit start I want to set a 6 MPH pace but the console will not let me until the timer is finished. So in effect I am forced to wait three seconds after deciding to run before I can customize the run.

    PROS:
    Good built quality.
    USB port excellent for powering devices during workout
    Performs well at zero incline.
    Good price for quality.

    CONS:
    Shakes side to side at high incline.
    Line-out channel for audio introduces hiss.
    User interface clumsy

    Overall, I'd recommend this treadmill to others -- I am a tough reviewer. For LifeSpan I recommend you drop the speaker/audio support -- why add a feature if it is too poorly executed to be usable?


  48. Great treadmill for the price - but USB drive not included (Posted on June 14, 2012) Review by Just a guy

    This is a great treadmill. To get anything noticably better, you will need to spend two or three times as much. This is perfect for 99% of people using a treadmill at home.

    Delivery through CEVA was great. Be aware of that if you are ordering through Prime. The delivery date you see is the date it gets to the shipper. You then get a call to schedule delivery. You will not get it on the date shown by Amazon. The CEVA delivery is "doorstep" delivery. They leave it outside your house. The guy said he is "not allowed" to go inside. However, a $20 tip and he helped me get this inside, down a flight of stairs, and into my basement home gym.

    The box is large and VERY heavy. Do not underestimate that. Check the dimensions against doorways, etc. It is big. Removing it from the box only buys you a couple of inches. It is also VERY heavy. You will need two strong people to lift this. It can be dragged by one. Menuvering the box is very difficult.

    Assembly is very easy. Many of the screws and bolts are already in place, so they need to be unscrewed first. The instructions are clear and all necessary tools are included. Just follow the instructions and a fourth grader could put this together. It took me about 15 minutes.

    The motor is very quiet when running. Your footsteps make more noise.

    The duplicate buttons on the side rails are great.

    The heart rate is a gimmic, but works with a Polar heart rate strap. It should also switch the display to HR automatically when you grab the grips. It doesn't.

    Two things should have been included but weren't.

    1) The USB drive is NOT included. The photos make it look like it is included, but it isn't. They cost less than five bucks and 1gb is more than enough 1GB Red USB2.0 Flash Drive Swivel Design. It is stupid it isn't included. I searched through the packaging for 20 minutes until after calling customer service to confirm it wasn't in there. The USB is needed to tell it your height and weight - which otherwise will always be incorrectly displayed on the screen.

    2) There is no lube included. Belt lube is like fifteen bucks. The manual says to apply before first use. Come on. At least a sample should be included. LifeSpan Fitness 100% Silicone Treadmill Belt Lubricant

    So, I really like the treadmill for the most part. The display is nice enough, but I wish it cycled or showed more data on each screen. Keeping your height and weight at the bottom is useless since it isn't weighing me or checking my height. Presumably it is using this for the calorie display, which is not that useful.

    The fitness tracking software is nice, I guess, but requires an annual fee once the free trial runs out. Garmin doesn't do that. I'll have to figure out a way to hack the data file to import into my Garmin tracking software.

    Not including lube or the USB stick leave a sour taste in my mouth after spending a fair amount on this machine. Those are small items that should have been included.


  49. Awesome Product! (Posted on Nov. 4, 2010) Review by Simster

    Overall I have been very pleased with what the TR1200i has done for my cardio workouts. Purchasing a treadmill always has been an afterthought of mine because I felt as though they were unnecessary. As I have gotten older, I did not like how my energy level has started to deteriorate. I wanted something in my home I can have unlimited access to and was comfortable to use. The LifeSpan TR1200i has not disappointed me one bit. I did enjoy the fact that it came with virtually no assembly required. I had the assistance of my family to lug it down the basement and set it up. Within the hour it was all set up and ready to go. The belt is 20" x 56" long and has shocks built into the deck. I noticed how stable the unit really is. Other pros from my runs are the fact that the belt and motor do not make a lot of noise and I was able to adjust the incline levels with a press of a button on the handlebar or the direct buttons on the console. There are also heart rate control features, if you need to access your heart rate when exercising. I feel as though if you can stay motivated, this machine will yield great results. Safety was another issue I had, having two toddler boys. You never know what things they will do to a machine. It has the traditional safety key BUT it also has a feature that will pause the treadmill if you get off to get a drink, answer the door or phone. The other feature I like is the step counting. Pretty cool how the treadmill counts the steps while you are working out. It makes cardio fun to play your music through the built in speakers while taking advantage of the interesting features the console provides.


  50. Treadmill Lives up to Amazon Rating (Posted on July 15, 2011) Review by Peter B.

    I bought this treadmill for a couple reasons, the first being the Amazon rating - spectacular for the price range: nearly 5 stars from over 40 reviewers. And second, most (if any) of the complaints seemed to do with the shipping company and not the actual treadmill itself. With that said, thank goodness for Amazon ratings and customer feedback. This treadmill lives up to the hype.

    About 4 years ago I had bought a treadmill from Sole fitness for about $1,200 and was completely unsatisfied. Long story short, product issues which resulted in phone calls, parts being shipped, and me fumbling about trying to fix the issue myself. I ended up selling the thing for $300 a year later. I am so glad this treadmill experience was so much better. Let me point out some things about my experience:

    1) Wanted to put this upstairs but had read from other reviewers that the shipping company only does minimal delivery: right inside the front door or in the garage. So, when the deliver driver came, a quick $20 offer to help me for 5 minutes put it upstairs did the job. So much easier than trying to get a neighbor, family member, or friend come over and haul this thing. Best $20 I've ever spent. *Tip: Have a cold bottled water waiting for the delivery guy after the haul upstairs, along with the $20. It's only nice.

    2) Set-up took me about 2-3 hours. Everything was packaged very solidly, a sign of quality in my eyes. The only issue I had during assembly was a metal screw hole in one of the treamill arms (the left) not aligning correctly. I actually ended up having to get a screw driver, a rubber mallet, and bang the screw driver down and make the whole bigger in one direction. That was really annoying and frustrating, and I think other reviewers had have similar issues. However, once I got the screw to go through my now bigger metal hole, the rest of the setup was fine and easy. **** Take note LifeSpan ****

    3) Treadmill use and functionality is simple, easy, and very effective. At first the screen size and overall simplicity of the buttons makes it look like more frills could have been added, but layout and design was well thought out and very effective. Some treadmills try to incorporate all the frills and gadgets into their display, but ended up lacking some of the finer quality elements. I really, really like the rubber buttons that this treadmill has instead of the plastic overlay push buttons that most other treadmills use. This treadmill does not have a fan (which some reviewers complained about), but I kind of glad this one doesn't, again, cause they don't want to sacrifice the effectiveness and simplicity of their display and buttons. Another thing to note on this treadmill that I haven't seen on any other treadmill is that the whole top portion: display, cup holders, front handle - actual rotates away from you. This is actually very useful. For example, I like to watch TV while walking/running, and it's easier to put the remote on the display area where you would put a magazine book, instead of the cup holds. Well since the display panel is on a magazine type angle the remote can easily fall off the little ledge. However, since the whole thing rotates, I simply put my hands on the front handle bar and push up so the console panel flattens back a bit. I can still read everything on the display panel (and my cup holders are still good) but the remote now has a better flat laying position so it doesn't fall down. Really, it's the simply things the count.

    4) Like other reviewers, Treadmill is relatively quiet. I'm most impressed with how well I can run on it without my calves hurting. I got the treadmill to get in shape as I am not in shape currently. I was expecting the some "growing pains" with getting back into walking/running as has been my experience in the past. At the gym when I use the treadmill, after only a couple minutes, my calves began to really hurt and I have to go back to walking from merely jogging. No fun. But on the LifeSpan they must have some sort of shock absortion that minimizes the impact of running. The first time I tried the treadmill I started with a brisk walk at speed 3.2 for five minutes. Then I upped it to a slow jog at speed 5.4 (no incline) and WOW - after another five minutes, no pain. I just kept going without problems and it felt great. I slowed it back down to 3.2 after I was jogging for 12 minutes and that was when I truly realized what a great product this was.

    5) Now, this is not a reflection of LifeSpan, just a word of caution if you're setting this Treadmill up in your house and you want to watch TV at the same time. I have AT&T Uverse for my TV and found out that as soon as I turned on the Treadmill, my TV signal would freeze and be lost all together. At first, I thought the AT&T guy that came to setup a new box in my new exercise room had installed it incorrectly. Or that the new receiver box was bogus. But then I noticed everything would work fine until I turned on the treadmill. A quick google search immediately came up with tons of other people having Uverse problems with their Treadmill. Talk about annoying - all this work to buy a new treadmill, tv, treadmill mat, tv wall attachment, Uverse install technician - only to have the Uverse wig out when I turn on the treadmill. Long story short apparently the issue is with the electricity noise that all treadmills create that get transmitted through the circuitry of the house. The solution was to buy a surge protector that include noise filtration, in which some persons were saying they spent $50 to get and it worked. Well, I had a huge Monster Surge Protector (PowerBar 2100) behing my plasma screen down stairs that I moved into the new treadmill room. Plugged the Treadmill into that and that into the wall. Good to go. Now, I don't know if this is specific only to AT&T Uverse, but word of caution.

    So, to sum-up, super super happy with the purchase and two weeks later I am already feeling better with my exercise, energy, and fitness goals. I haven't used the usb/online plug-in program some other reviewers have raved about, so can't speak to that. All I can say is that I'm really glad I went with LifeSpan and will do so again if I look to get a Elliptical to accompany my Treadmill in my new exercise room.


  51. Great features! (Posted on Nov. 4, 2010) Review by luv2run

    I recently purchased the 1200i model treadmill from Lifespan fitness and I have used this treadmill for about two weeks now. I am very pleased with the treadmill. I particularly enjoy the layout of the treadmill. It has a perfect size console, depicting the information very clearly. It is almost overwhelming that some treadmills have humungous dashboards in front of you when you are running. The LCD screen is very clear and easy to read. I especially enjoy the incline adjustment right on the handles. It doesn't disturb the flow of the workout. The belt and motor are very quiet. The console and handlebars are stable even when I am running. My last treadmill made a belt slapping sound and the console shook like crazy when I ran. The technology on this machine is also very unique. This unit has a program that records steps, like a pedometer which is motivating rather than just staring at the time slowly shave away! Also, you receive another perk when purchasing this unit: a free LifeSpan fitness club membership. I have only begun to use this capability, so I do not know if it's beneficial or not. But, the concept is to record your workouts electronically and manage fitness goals. The treadmill allows for the capability to listen to music while you workout. Surprisingly, the sound quality is very clear, even with the belt running. I look forward to many years of usage with this machine and it comes with my full recommendation.


  52. Hard to find a better treadmill (Posted on Nov. 1, 2010) Review by LAXmom

    I have been using this treadmill religiously since it arrived in May. I log between 25-30 miles per week and am absolutely in love with what it does for me. If you are reading this you too, like me found that there are more treadmill options out there than imaginable. I was reading a review in Runners World about this company and their treadmill called the 4000 which has a USB/logging/personal trainer feature included in the console. I was excited to buy that unit until I saw it was double my budget but after more reviews found that they just released a new treadmill for $1200 with the same feature. I always seem to be on the go with the kids and have started to monitor and journal my calorie intake and exercise. I have been using the Body Bug which I have been using to monitor my daily activity but now my treadmill also does the same thing for me and more. The console and USB saves your workout data throughout your workout and then you upload it to your account which is GREAT but even better is you fill out information about your family history, exercise preferences, equipment owned, goals and other information and you will receive weekly exercise routines that include "how to" videos for specific exercises, images and the ability to print off and take with you. I find that I waste 20-30 minutes a day waiting for the kids after practices and now I am doing lunges or exercises with the stretch bands that I leave in the car at all times. The program is fantastic and there is NO costs. You only get one account per treadmill so if you and or your husband or if you want your kids to have their own you would need to buy accounts BUT that one time cost is a lot cheaper than a personal trainer.

    As far as the treadmill goes it feels great when jogging and is extremely quiet. the handlebars have some real nice features like the ability to adjust the speed or incline while you are checking your heart rate. Console is super easy to read and when you plug the USB in it shows your name with your gender, age, height and weight so that you don't have to enter that each time you use the treadmill to get an accurate calorie readout. The treadmill folds and folds easy enough, although we have not done that one time yet.

    I could not be more happy with our purchase. The treadmill has a nice design and colors and looks good in the room. It comes with a nice warranty and had all the features that I wanted and more. The fitness club is much more than I thought it would be and can not stop raving about how it has helped me to become more active. This is a great treadmill and recommend to anyone.


  53. Best Treadmill Review by umgelso

    I have been using this treadmill for over a year and it works perfectly. Customer service is also very helpful. This machine has exceeded my expectations and I know that my next treadmill will also be a LifeSpan. Keep up the good work.


  54. Really happy Review by Mr. Lynn

    I have been really happy with my treadmill. It is very easy to use and happily I have discovered that I can use it barefoot which is great exercise for my little toes. Ha!


  55. Fantastic service Review by Donald Eggleston

    Just wanted to give an update on my fantastic experience with LifeSpan’s customer service. After speaking with one of the company representatives on the phone the same day I sent the an email about my treadmill display showing an E1 message and then shutting down, it was determined the control board and belt needed to be replaced on my TR1200i. The representative assured me there would be no cost to me and that he would have a local service technician schedule an appointment with me. I received delivery confirmation on my parts the next day via email and saw your company shipped the parts by 2 day air. Wow, I was thoroughly impressed with the fact you would two day ship the parts.

    I was also immediately contacted by Dennis Peters from Cedar Valley Fitness Repair by email and he told me to call him as soon as I got my parts to schedule the repair. On Friday, April 13 I received the parts and called Mr. Peters to schedule the repair. Mr. Peters agreed to meet with me Monday afternoon and did arrive yesterday and make the repairs required. While speaking with Mr. Peters as he worked on the treadmill, he spoke positively about Lifespan products and was happy to hear me speak so highly of LifeSpan’s customer service, as we both appreciate what a rarity that seems to be these days. After switching the control board and putting the new belt on, Mr. Peters actually ran over a mile on my treadmill in his socks to ensure the control board was repaired. Man, talk about above and beyond my expectations!! I put the treadmill to work last night, 3 miles with speeds from 7.5-9.5 mph and not even a hiccup! Looks like your technicians were dead-on.

    I cannot say enough good about the positive experience I have had with your company and will share my story with anyone asking about my treadmill. What a great decision to purchase a Lifespan product. I am currently making some property improvements on my home and have been absolutely disgusted with the customer service from some of the contractors I have had to work with. It is so refreshing and pleasing to have such a positive experience regarding repair issues. It is upsetting to spend hard earned money on a product and have it fail, but with the level of customer service your company provides and the way you have stood behind your product, I could not be any more pleased! Thank You SO MUCH for that service.


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