Egofit Walker M1/M1T Smallest Under Desk Electric Walking Treadmill

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Trying to hit your goal of 10,000 steps per day but aren’t sure how? Check out the Egofit Walker M1! This petite, under-desk treadmill can help you get your steps in with the added bonus of incline. Plus, it is under $500 (and available on Amazon) so it couldn’t be more of a no-brainer!

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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Under $500
  • Incline options
  • No assembly required
  • Handle folds
  • Can control through an app or the remote
  • Has transport wheels
What needs improvement ...
  • Max capacity is under 250 lbs
  • Small deck
  • 1-year warranty

Product Summary

The Egofit Walker M1 is an under-desk treadmill designed to help you get steps in while you work. This isn’t your average under-desk treadmill; She has incline! And 5% incline at that. You’ll be able to feel the burn in your calves throughout the day as you climb up the hill of your treadmill (and the hill of your workday).

Although the deck is on the smaller side, this makes the M1 a compact option for those in small spaces. You’re also able to fold down the included handle for even more compatibility. So what are you waiting for? Grab your very own M1 today for under $500!

Specs

Brand

EGOFIT

Weight

58.42 lbs

Maximum Horsepower

2 horsepower

Maximum Incline Percentage

5.5

Deck Size

34.25" L × 16.54" W

Material

Steel and ‎Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

Warranty

1 year

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      Summary

      The Egofit Walker is an inexpensive way to get steps in during the workday with the added bonus of incline.