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TR1200-DT5 Treadmill Desk

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Working guilt free

Review by Liz
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I bought the TR1200-DT5 Treadmill Desk combination mid November. I had thought about the purchase for about a month. I wanted to make sure that i would use it. I trade stocks for myself all day long during the regular market hours. I've been doing this for 12 years and have always felt guilt and kind of down about all the time I was having to sit and stare at a computer screen. I now work absolutely guilt free and log on an easy 15000 steps a day. I'm mostly at a 2.2 mile an hour pace and sometimes step it up and other times slow down to 1.4 I absolutely recommend the computer desk to anyone stuck sitting for long periods of time. I'm so much happier now that I'm not stuck sitting down. I have a renewed enthusiasm to do my job and don't resent it anymore. Gotta say: the BEST purchase I have ever made. Thank you! PS...extremely well built desk that holds my laptop & an extra monitor. Desk does not move or shake at all as it is independent of the treadmill. Treadmill is very quiet. It's a large unit so measure before you figure out where to set it up. Also I paid for the 'room of choice' delivery and happy I did as it is heavy to bring up stairs. Buy it...you won't regret it :O)

Great After-Sales Support and Service

Review by Wadood
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I will want to mention something about the service and support of the company behind it. Within 3-4 weeks my treadmill developed a thumping sound. Although machine was perfectly usable but I felt that it is going to get worse. I left them an email over the weekend. I was expecting the usual email and bracing my self for a long drawn out fight over the next coming days. Also, I was concerned on how to send this thing back to Amazon if I had to. On Monday I received a call in which the person after asking a few questions, which neither insulted my judgment or questioned my integrity, told me to wait for a motor in mail and a technician in person. And that is what happened. The day the motor arrived, the technician (Mr. Ralph) called for the appointment. He showed up, changed the motor and gave me a few papers to sign and that is it! This is one of the best services I have received in my life.

Fine machine, but has this squeak that drives me crazy

Review by Peace of Mind
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I bought two of these machines -- one for my home office and one for work. I like them fine, but one of them makes this squeaking noise that will not go away. It is really annoying, especially because the noise is most noticeable at the best speed to be walking and working at. The people at Lifespan cannot figure it out, nor can a service technician (who says that all their machines likely make the same noise). The strange thing is that my second machine does not make any such noise. It is nice and quiet. So if you are the kind of person that would be bothered by this, then beware. Again, the machine is nice and there are only a couple other little small things that are a bit annoying that I can live with (and which others have discussed). But with the squeak, unfortunately I am now stuck with the noise because they only replace parts, but cannot seem to get a part that does not squeak. Hope this is helpful.

Use Tracpad instead of Mouse to work at higher speeds

Review by Wadood
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Before commenting on my experience with this new line of product, I will point out few things which hopefully will help someone improve his or her experience with it.
1. Run and get a Trackpad like Apple Magic Trackpad if you have an Apple, otherwise Logitech trackpad or something similar that works for Windows. It will help you walk at much faster speed. Point and Shoot with a regular mouse gets progressively more difficult (and frustrating) as you approach the speeds of 2mph. I can easily do 3mph with trackpad but found difficult to handle mouse at 1.5mph.

2. Get a Keyboard without a wrist pad. There should be minimum distance between treadmill's armrest and your keyboard. I have found that if you keep your palms firmly on treadmill's armrest, they absorb most of the shock and your fingers remain steady for the most part. That is why the mouse does not work as well as say a track-pad because hands while operating a mouse are not pinned to a solid surface and are constantly in a flux.

3. Memorize keyboard shortcuts. Again the idea is to restrict your hand movement as much as possible. You'll find that there are shortcuts for nearly everything.

4. If possible invest in a bigger screen. Initially, I tried to work off my laptop but found it hard. Small screen and keyboard not close to body makes working more difficult because your body is also moving. I then got a 25 inch monitor and it has really made a difference.

Remember, chances of your using this are directly proportional to how much stress-free you make this for yourself; therefore improving you input devices or even getting a bigger monitor is not a bad investment to protect your much larger investment in the treadmill.

I have done about 100 miles in about 40 hours on this one, so I cannot say anything about its durability but it has already started producing a new noise and I am going to call support to find out what it is.
But I must say that this machine seems to have a potential of what you call a life-changing product, like an iPhone or a GPS. Let's see how far it goes in getting the weight of the nation down. From day one I found it easy to work on. Now after a month I can easily do 2 hours (500 calories) without feeling any real strain (mental or physical), although I am breaking sweat by that time.

But you have to start slow. Start with 30 minutes sessions.

Of course, it is not a perfect machine. It is definitely less noisy and runs more smoothly than your average run of the mill treadmill but it is not noise free by any means. Also, it does not have an easy way to adjust the desk's height, so if there is more than one treadmill walker in house, then it could be a problem. Your next best option is to put your monitor(s) on height adjustable stand(s).

Energy level up

Review by Terasa Barnes
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I received my LifeSpan treadmill desk last Friday and began using it on Tuesday. So far, I've logged 20 miles with little to no effort and it's only Thursday and a short work week! I've posted a photo of myself on the treadmill on my Facebook page and my friends are so excited. I use to work in the fitness/medical device industry and some of those friends are experts. One is a reporter (msn.com) and she's foaming at the mouth to get one herself.

I can already tell that this is the perfect device for my lifestyle. I am a relatively new older mom (I have a 16-month-old) and hold an executive position with a non-profit foundation. I work from home when I am not traveling and needed to find a way to integrate activity into my day - besides chasing my toddler. This is the ticket. I can already tell that my energy level is up (and I'm high energy anyway) and I am looking forward to starting my work day even more.

My husband is a physician and he's jealous that he can't have one at work (could be difficult since he's a dentist/oral surgeon).

I represent patients with lung disease of all kinds through my work with the American Thoracic Society and the Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis. I can see this product being of great use for our patient population.

Love this!

Review by Debbie H.
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I love!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! my treadmill. This treadmill has changed my life.

I had a really hard time finding the time to exercise before. I would come home after working all day and just sit down because I was so tired.
When I called to order a treadmill I wanted something that I would actually used. That is why I had it placed in my living room.

Well, I can tell you that I have used it every day. I started by walking 10 minutes in the morning and afternoon. I increased the time each day and now walk at least 30 minutes in the afternoon.
I use it while I use the phone, watch TV and many other things. I have more energy and feel so much better.

This treadmill is worth every single penny I paid!

I have told almost everyone at work how great the treadmill is. I just wish I had one there.
I just want to thank the gentleman who told me about this great invention. He was so easy going but really sold me on this.

the real deal

Review by Michelle A., MS, RD, CFSP, LD
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Firstly, let me say that I "ADORE" my treadmill desk and I brag about it constantly. I would like to help you if you still would like input. Let me add that I already eat very well as I'm a Registered Dietitian and vegan. But working at a desk all day and not finding the time to go to the gym lately I had put on some weight. When I thought "I" had a great idea to get a treadmill and rig a desk above it so I could walk and get some exercise while working. I started googling how to make one when I found that Lifespan actually had a complete unit that looked wonderful. I wanted to put it in my office and still have it look attractive.

Let's just say in the first 3 weeks I had lost 10 lbs. As of now, I've lost a total of 20.5 lbs. since December 7th when I got it. I'm now only 5.5 lbs from my goal weight. Pretty amazing because I really haven't changed my diet - I was already eating vegan after all. But burning about an extra 500 calories a day while on the desk, and the residual extra calorie burn from increased muscle mass from not sitting all day has made the weight loss pretty much effortless. I would also add that my husband was a skeptic - and wondered if and how long I would actually use it. He is definitely a believer now!

My favorite parts:
*Large desk for work notes, computer, beverage, etc.
*Love that it senses and counts your actual steps as you walk, you can step off it briefly and it stops counting because it doesn't sense your steps
*Love that it tells you calories burned, distance, etc.
*Love that the control and readout is right in front of you while you work
*Very very quiet
*Best part is that you don't even think about it when you use it, then you look down and see how far you walked!

I absolutely love this thing!

I love the new desk

Review by Mary Anthony Merchant, JD PhD
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I love the new desk and have incorporated it into my work day. It certainly
has raised a lot of questions from people and many people want access to
one!
Currently I am probably walking about 1-2 miles a day. This is worth promoting!

Goodbye, bad habits.

Review by Heidi Worth, M.D.
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My husband, Ross Dickstein, and I purchased this treadmill desk for our personal use in our shared medical office. We put it against a big window looking out to the mountains and walk on it between patients, while we read charts or make notes. It is a great way to keep moving through the day--very smooth to walk on and the desk is the right size for a few personal effects and for us to switch lap tops when the other person is in the mood to walk. I am happy to be part of this web-site. As doctors, we have been keeping up on the literature about sedentary office workers and worried that we would be setting a bad example for our own patients as well as allowing our own aging bodies to fall into the same bad habits we preach against.
We are glad to be part of this movement! We really wish more desk-workers would learn about this simple and fun change to their day-to-day routine.

Good medicine!

Review by Jonathan Cluett
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As an orthopedic surgeon, I see every day the repercussions of a sedentary lifestyle, weight control problems, and lack of physical conditioning. Busy schedules can be to blame, but simply changing the way you manage your day can be the solution. Moving more at work can help manage the imbalance of physical activity and work schedules. I don't sweat more. I can type and read without problems. I am not short of breath on the phone. And most importantly, I have more energy at work.

Yes, I do get chuckles from people who see the desk. The laughs are quickly followed by questions. And the questions are almost always followed by requests to give it a try. My office staff is lining up to use my desk when I am at the hospital!

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