Lifepro Pacer Folding Treadmill
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If you’re looking for a budget-friendly treadmill that can easily fold up, the Lifepro Pacer Folding Treadmill might be a good choice for your home gym. At under $1,200, this treadmill won’t break the bank compared to other popular pieces of cardio equipment on the market (*cough* Peloton Tread). Plus, it can save a decent amount of space due to its ability to fold up and be stored off to the side.Manufacturer: LifeproCategory: Treadmills
Pros & Cons
What we like about the product...
- Lifetime warranty
- Fairly light at only 115 lbs
- Easy assembly
- 40+ programs to choose from
What needs improvement...
- Max user weight is 220 lbs, well under the industry standard of 300 lbs
- Motor of 1.75 HP isn’t the best/strongest for serious runners
- Shaky when it gets to higher speeds
- Short power cord
Product Summary & Specs
The Lifepro Folding Treadmill has a lot going for it, but it won’t be the best option for everyone. If you’re tight on space, but want a reasonably priced treadmill you can fold to store away, you’ll love the Lifepro. However, if you’re a serious runner or someone with a particularly long stride, you likely won’t be thrilled with this treadmill. The running deck is small at just 49.2” L x 16.5” W. Plus, with a motor HP of just 1.75, this treadmill is hitting below the industry standard for a motor that can handle serious amounts of running.
It is also worth noting that the Lifepro is only 115 lbs, which can be both a blessing and a curse. Since it is so lightweight compared to comparable treadmills, it can more easily be moved from room to room, which can be a big plus for those tight on space. However, with the light weight of the treadmill comes a low weight capacity at just 220 pounds. This makes the Lifepro not a particularly inclusive option.
Something that really stands out to me on this treadmill is the lifetime warranty. Even if this more budget-friendly option has issues down the road, it is clear that Lifepro stands behind their products.
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