Rated 3.6 out of 5★ by 7reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5★ by GlindaUpstateNY The height is not adjustable. At about 5'4" its a little tall for me, but it'll do. It's a little noisier than I expected based on the ad, hard to have a conversation when it's going.One of the wires was pinched when I received it and the speed adjustment only works one direction on the arm. Not sure I'm going to go through the hassle of return at this point. Calling customer services to see their solution. 02/11/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Adele1020 Exerpeutic 990 is ALMOST perfect. There are so many things I like about the Exerpeutic 990 Work and Fitness Station Treadmill. It is lighter than many on the market and reasonably priced. It has the electrical plug-ins (3!) on the desk which means I can keep my laptop plugged in while I work. The desk is a good size and can be set at several different angles. It is relatively quiet in case you want to watch TV or need to talk on the phone.There is a significant drawback, however. The biggest reason I didn't give it an excellent rating is that in the effort to make it one size fits all, it fits very few. For a 5'6" woman the whole desk assembly is too high for true comfort in working on my computer keyboard. I can't imagine that a 5-foot person could even use it to work. Exerpeutic has to figure out a way to have several height options. If they can remedy this issue, I think this work treadmill would indeed be perfect. 06/26/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by HipKnitizer I finally set up my treadmill several days ago and am walking on it as I write this review. My new goal is to only get online when I am walking on it, which is pretty motivating. I have been doing this 3 days and don't even notice how long I've walked while surfing, playing games on my I-pad and watching tv. I look down and voila, I've put in over an hour and burned several hundred calories I wouldn't have sitting around.Overall I love this product even more than I expected to. I agree with the previous women reviewers that it is a bit too high for shorter people. I am 5'8" and I feel like it would fit me perfectly if I were about 4" taller. Maybe I will let my 6' tall spouse try it sometime, even though he gave me serious grief about buying this!I am impressed with the size of the desk and have all the stuff I would have on a regular desk on here, including a clamp-on IKEA lamp, small fan, laptop computer, cell phone, I-pad, tv controller and my paperwork. I find the fan is necessary after walking #even slowly# for awhile. It is really handy to be able to plug everything into the power strip and love the cupholder #even if it is a bit of a stretch to reach it#.Note: the 2 boxes it arrives in are really heavy #and we hauled them home from the local Walmart and then moved in a U-Haul from Oregon to Texas last month - whew#. I unpacked the pieces in the garage, brought in a few at a time and built in our office. I felt like it went together pretty easy with two people, but be very careful with the wires when you slide the upright frame into the base! We had to do it twice to keep from pinching them and ended up taping them to the inside of the outside frame to make sure they weren't pinched or got a screw through them.I got a lot of harassment from friends and relatives about wanting a combination desk/treadmill so badly, but now who's laughing??? I love this machine and highly recommend it to anyone considering one for themselves #just ignore everyone that laughs at you and keep on walking#. 07/29/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by dabethune I love this product, I can honestly say I was looking and searching for a way to justify this purchase to myself when you can get a treadmill for 450. But with this product I no longer have a reason not to exercise. I can get work done and work out at the same time 09/01/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by Abolli Great concept - horrible product & customer servic Item does not work correctly but Customer Service at Exerputic will never return my call. After calling them about 10 times I am going to see if Walmart will return my money. 07/29/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by NotPaidReviewer Not the best quality for a price A walking treadmill does sound good, loose weight while you work. IT's more like a poor motor and it is not very strong. It's very difficult to walk and work at the same time, but I have done it and placed the computer on the desk. There are a few design flaws that cause problems. The desk has a bit of a dip and a lip. So if you are typing it is quiet uncomfortable. I know you can adjust the board but that would cause the laptop to slide towards you. The large desk space is nice but is overkill. Most of us are not going to need a big desk to keep all of our stuff on it. After all there is a weight limit for the desk of about thirty-five pounds, so you don't want to stack a bunch of books on your desk. The treadmill does take up lots of space. The bars at the side are not needed and very annoying for those who don't want to move around it. After all who cares what your heart rate is if you are walking .0004 mph. This product is not designed to be a hard used treadmill. After a while you find that you can stand and walk for about a few hours, but you'll need to take breaks and sit and work also. I say just buy a normal treadmill and do a real workout and than go sit and do real work. Trying to do both is difficult. But if you have lower back pain or need some movement throughout the day this is a good product. But it is way overpriced. I would prices something like this for about 350.The belt is very short so if you are a tall human you'll notice that the belt works for shorter people. If you are an average woman it will be fine.The decals do fall off after a while made out of plastic stickers. It's a heavy object which is made out of good material, and the space saver design is nice you can lift it up easily. If you live in a tight office it's a good way to go if you don't get a running treadmill that is a workout one.If you think you can just convert this one to your workout treadmill the small motor and short belt will leave you disappointed. They do have pretty good customer service the belt started making the worst whopping sound I have ever heard and was very annoying. Since it was within the first 2 months of the product they shipped out a second belt and I returned the defective one. IT was a major pain to disassemble and take the entire thing apart and place it back together. Make sure to have 3 strong men to help you.The black color is fine on the desk and the materials seem to be made well. There is no weird plastic smell or leaks. It's not a terrible product, it just could be better.The display or console is very simple and easy to use. So you don't need to spend much time messing with it. The uphill or incline is 15 which feels like nothing. It's a really slight gradient up and I have seen way better incline treadmills on other products. But for an office space and desk it's fine. 02/15/2014
Rated 5 out of 5★ by caringcarie Great equipment This Treadmill is awesome!!! It had easy istallation instructions...my 14 year old daughter and I were able to put it together with no problems. I like the preselected options so I don't have to increase/ decrease speed and wait for it to get up/down to where I want it to be. Same thing for the incline. I have only had this for one day so after about a month of use I will probably write another review. 02/12/2014