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The Exerpeutic 990 High-Capacity Treadmill is a fantastic way to make the best out of your work day. This folding treadmill lets you work out while working on the computer, talking on the phone, reading or using any number of portable devices. Instead of spending your work day sitting around, use that time to be active, burn extra calories and work towards your fitness goal with this motorized treadmill with work and fitness desk station. With the Exerpeutic 990 High-Capacity Treadmill, you have no excuse not to exercise.
Exerpeutic 990 High-Capacity Work and Fitness Desk Station Treadmill:
- 1.5hp motor
- Heavy-duty reinforced frame
- Tread belt measures: 40"L x 20"W
- Weight capacity: 400 lbs
- High-intensity LCD display window shows elapsed time, distance walked, calories burned, speed and heart pulse monitoring
- Speed range: 0.4 mph to 4 mph
- Incline adjusts from 0 percent to 15 percent
- Heart rate monitor with pulse sensor pads
- Extra-long safety handles
- Convenience buttons on handlebars control belt speed and incline levels
- Quick start button on computer panel
- This motorized treadmill with work and fitness desk station features 48" x 24" desk top with adjustable angle
- 2 cup holders
- AC outlet station
- Pre-drilled hole for AC cords
- Pegs for winding cords
- Molded foam arm and wrist support
- Desk folds down when not needed
- Includes metal stand that is compatible with Kindles, iPads and other tablets
- Set-up dimensions: 70"L x 36"W x 60"H
- Boxed dimensions: 61.6"L x 36"W x 12"H
- Some assembly required
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|Belt Size:||50" and Under|
|Motor Warranty:||5 Years|
|Speed Range:||0.4 to 4 mph|
|Battery Type:||Does Not Contain a Battery|
|Multi Pack Indicator:||No|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||148.0|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||68.0 x 49.0 x 54.0|
|Assembled in Country of Origin:||Imported|
|Origin of Components:||Imported|
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- One online guideline suggested 1/2 hour on and 1/2 hour off, for three hours a day, at a slow speed of 2 mile per hour or less. That way, you wouldn't burn out on exercise and stop altogether. Plus, slower walking reduces some of the risk factors associated with treadmills in particular and exercise in general. Also, some tasks are just too difficult to do correctly when standing or walking, and are best handled while sitting. Typing errors for example seem to increase when walking by as much as 10 to 15%. By breaking up a morning or afternoon routine, you may feel more refreshed at the end of the day, and still get in 1.5 miles or more of walking. You might check with professional health sites, like the Mayo Clinic, for better guidance on treadmill- or walking-desks.by DT19495/7/2015Was this answer helpful? (3) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I've used it for 2.5 hours at a time so far.by washidama12/3/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- I've walked on it 2 hours continuously so far, but I don't think there is any limitation on how long you can do it.by HipKnitizer12/3/2014Was this answer helpful? (1) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- There is no limit... Use the Desk Station Treadmill as long as you wishby ParadigmHealth12/3/2014Was this answer helpful? (1) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- One more note... If you don't want to use the desk portion of this treadmill, I'd suggest you save some money and handling weight and simply buy the Exerpeutic 440XL treadmill that Wal Mart also sells. It gives all appearances and specifications of being nearly the same as the 990. All it lacks is the desk and it looks like you have to change its limited incline setting manually rather than having the hydraulic adjustment of the 990.by KevinO5/10/2015Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I must politely disagree from the Paradigm Health rep who answered this question. It is NOT necessary to attach the desk. It provides no structural support to the treadmill, nor are any controls integrated into or through the desk. It is simply a shelf with a power strip built into it and the power strip is connected to its own power cord. As for vibration while walking or jogging, I weigh over 300 lbs and I placed a glass of water into one of the cup holders just to get a visual idea of the vibration. While I saw enough vibration in the water to indicate about a quarter-inch of movement, neither my laptop or a small pen light placed on the shelf bounced. Bear in mind that this was at a walk. I don't know how much more vibration you'd encounter at a jog and I am not yet able to safely move at that pace...sorry.by KevinO5/10/2015Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- The desk is attached with two fold down brackets and can be lowered to a horizontal position if you want. The desktop is attached with bolts to the brackets, so you could just stop at that point if you don't want the desk attached. I personally LOVE my desktop. It is roomy, holds all my stuff and I use it 1-2 hours a day, but I also don't run on the treadmill. The fastest I go with it is 3 mph (it only goes up to 4 mph).by HipKnitizer1/28/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- It must be all assembled together to work, just like a regular treadmill. It is all integratedby ParadigmHealth1/28/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- It's not as bad as some have made it sound. Yes, the two boxes are huge, but the young men at Wal Mart had no problem loading both boxes into my old Mercury Sable station wagon once I folded the back seats down. Furthermore, it does NOT take four people to handle these cartons. The largest and heaviest probably weighs a little over 100 lbs and two guys in marginally decent shape can easily carry it. As for assembly, just ask anyone you know who understands how to use allen wrenches and screwdrivers to put it together for you. I'm 63 years old and recovering from bypass surgery, yet I managed to assemble this treadmill alone in about 15 minutes while only consulting the instructions once.by KevinO5/10/2015Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- No I asked the company they don't have the option. It is very difficult to move and it took 4 people to move the machine. IT comes in two parts delivered by truck. You should NOT deliver it to the store since getting this beast into a car or truck is impossible. If you decide to get it make sure to deliver to your house they will place it on the lawn.by NotPaidReviewer2/17/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- If it is delivered to your house, then you will need to assemble it... Maybe you have some handy friends or relatives that can help... If we ship it to a Walmart store, they might have an assembly option available.by ParadigmHealth12/15/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?