Lifepro Pacer Folding Treadmill

Lifepro foldable treadmill standing alone.
Lifepro foldable treadmill standing alone.
Woman folding the Lifepro Foldable Treadmill.
Man running on the Lifepro Foldable Treadmill.
Woman running on the Lifepro Foldable Treadmill.

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

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.

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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Fairly light at only 115 lbs
  • Foldable
  • 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

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. 

Specs

Color

Black

Warranty

Lifetime

Product Weight

115 pounds

Weight Rating

220 pounds

Speed

.6-9.9 mph

Incline

0-12%

Running deck length

49.2 inches

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      For those just looking to get in a solid power walk or a casual jog here and there, you likely won’t mind the minor shaking that comes with the Lifepro Pacer Folding Treadmill. I would say that if you are someone who wants to use their treadmill for serious and frequent running, I would look elsewhere.