Comparing LifeSpan Treadmill Desks

If you are wanting an office gym and are considering a LifeSpan treadmill desk or under-desk treadmill and want to know which model best suits you and your office environment, you've come to the right place. Check out the comparison charts below, and as always, we’re here for any questions you have. Feel free to reach us by chat, phone or email.

For a complete list of available treadmill desks, click here.

Treadmill Bases

TR800: The LifeSpan TR800 is our space-saving, entry-level office treadmill for the home recommended for light use. This is a great office treadmill if you are looking to add a few hours of walking to your workday or for offices limited on space.

TR1200: This is our most popular treadmill base for the home and office. With upgraded components from the TR800, the TR1200 includes a larger motor and a wider walking belt. The TR1200 is perfect if you expect to do a lot of work on the walking desk or for small teams in a communal area.

TR5000: The TR5000 is a workhorse designed to meet the high demands of today’s workplace. The TR5000 is our most durable treadmill designed for high-use, low-maintenance conditions such as a library or classroom.

 

Treadmill Comparison Chart

Model TR800 TR1000B TR1200 TR5000

Dimensions

60.5" L x 26" W x 6.5" H

58" L x 28.5" W x 7.25" H

63" L x 28.5" W x 7.25" H

63" L x 28.5" W x 7.25" H

Motor HP*
2 HP

2.25 HP

2.25 HP
3 HP
Max Speed
4 MPH

4 MPH

4 MPH
4 MPH
Belt Size
18" x 45"

20” x 45"

20" x 50"
20" x 50"
Deck
3/4" Thick

3/4" Thick

3/4" Thick
1" Thick
Incline
No

No

No
No
Suspension

6 Shocks

6 Shocks

6 Shocks
6 Shocks
Folding
No

No

No
No
Maintenance
Regular

Regular

Regular

Regular
Max. User Weight
200 lbs.

250 lbs

350 lbs.
400 lbs.
Activity
Walking

Walking

Walking
Walking
Recommended Daily Use
3 Hours

6 Hours

6 Hours

9 Hours

Warranty Type
Residential

Residential

Residential
Commercial
Intelli-Guard™
Yes

Yes

Yes
Yes
Intelli-Step™
Yes

Yes

Yes
Yes

 

Motor HP* LifeSpan office gym treadmills use a different type of motor than those found in traditional fitness treadmills. Our high torque motors generate 2-3 HP at a very low 2400 RPM, resulting in hours of daily usage without over-heating or causing excessive stress on the motor and electronics.
Recommended Daily Use** The daily-use rating is to be used as a guideline only. Consistently going over the daily rating will not cause the treadmill to fail, however, you may have to replace wear and tear components such as the belt and deck sooner than anticipated. These ratings are posted to give you an understanding of how each treadmill is positioned within the line in regard to the long-term durability and does not affect the manufacturer's warranty.

Standing Desk/Portable Console

DT3: If you already own a stand-up desk, want to build your own, or want to pair with a LifeSpan standing desk, the DT3 is the best option for you. The compact, portable console sits on your desktop, putting you in full control of all the treadmill's functions without taking up valuable desk space.

DT5: The DT5 is a great standing desk if you don't anticipate on making frequent height adjustments. This desk includes padded armrests and a conveniently located console that doesn’t occupy any of the desk space.

DT7: The DT7 is ideal for multi-user environments including communal and public areas. The desk includes the same padded armrests and integrated control console as the DT5 plus the addition of electric-height adjustment. Height adjustment buttons are conveniently located within the console and include memory presets for two users.

DT3 Portable Console Specs

Features DT3
Display
Red LED
Buttons
On/Start, Stop/Reset, Pre-Set Speed, Up/Down, Enter/Mode
USB Charging Port
Yes
Intelli-Step
Yes
Intelli-Guard
Yes

Treadmill Standing Desk Comparison

Features DT5 DT7
Readouts
Time, Steps, Calories, Distance, Speed
Time, Steps, Calories, Distance, Speed
Display
White LED
White LED
Bluetooth
Yes
Yes
Buttons
Power, Start, Stop, Pre-Set Speed, Change Display
Power, Start, Stop, Pre-Set Speed, Up/Down, Change Display
New Column New Column New Column
Dimensions
38”/48” W x 29" D
38”/48”/60”/72” W x 29" D
Desktop Height Adjustment Range
33.5" to 52.5"
27.5" to 50.5"
Height Adjustment Method
Manual
Electric
Desktop Material
1" Thick HD Composite Board
1" Thick HD Composite Board
Desktop Surface
Durable Laminate
Durable Laminate
Maximum Load on Desktop
180 LBS
180 LBS
Desk Lift Speed
NA
38 mm/sec
Desk Height Memory
NA
2 Pre-Sets
Warranty
2-Year Parts
2-Year Parts
New Column New Column New Column
Bluetooth
Yes
Yes
Armrest
Yes
Yes
Internal Cable Routing
Yes
Yes
USB Charging Port
No
No
Intelli-Step
Yes
Yes
Intelli-Guard
Yes
Yes

Innovations

Integrated Step Counting:
Our exclusive Intelli-Step™ is a great way to measure and track daily levels of physical activity by tracking each step you take automatically.

Safety:

Walk confidently knowing your safety is assured with Intelli-Guard™. If you step away for more than twenty seconds and your treadmill's walking belt will automatically glide to a smooth stop, ensuring an accident-free environment.

Personal Settings:

Tailor your treadmill desk to meet your needs. Set preferred maximum speed to either 2.0 or 4.0 MPH, silence beeps and alerts, resume previous speed, switch units of measure, and more.

Telescoping Frame:

Supporting users of all heights, LifeSpan desks feature a telescoping leg system, essential for ergonomic heights during both standing and sitting. Dual, heavy-capacity motors efficiently lift loads up to 220 pounds, perfect for gently raising and lowering of your work area.

LifeSpan Workplace

Walk at work with a LifeSpan treadmill workstation or under-desk treadmill and start gaining increasing your work productivity and health today.

Bike Desks

Start pedaling at your desk. Our product line ranges from electric and manual height adjustable desks to a bike that rolls under your existing standing desk.

Standing Desks

Complete your under-desk treadmill with an adjustable standing desk from LifeSpan. Desk height can easily be adjusted to create a sit-stand desk.

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