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Costway 2.25HP 2 in 1 Folding Under Desk Treadmill W/Bluetooth Speaker Remote Control

Item# SPM15609826324 | Model# SP37036RE | Added on October 30, 2019 |
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Costway 2.25HP 2 in 1 Folding Under Desk Treadmill W/Bluetooth Speaker Remote Control
$370.99
$559.99
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Do you want to have a healthy body and a perfect figure? Our innovative 2-in-1 folding treadmill has 2 sport modes that can be used as a running treadmill and a walking treadmill. You can use it for walking, jogging and running, which is very suitable for home, office and gym. With a powerful 2.25 HP quiet motor, it provides you with a quiet and comfortable sports environment without disturbing others. 7-layer non-slip and shock-absorbing running belt provides effective cushioning for your back, joints, muscles, knees and ankles. A versatile LED display monitors your movement data in real time. You can connect the treadmill to your phone through Bluetooth and listen music while you are exercising. Equipped with a remote control and a safety key for immediate closure in an emergency. The compact design and transport wheels make this treadmill easy to fold, move and store. Start exercising now and burn your calories!

Features:
The 2-in-1 treadmill can be used as a under desk treadmill and a running treadmill
The speed of running belt is 1-4km/h in the walking mode and 1-12km/h in the running mode
The powerful 2.25HP quiet motor makes your running quieter and more comfortable Multi-layer shield design and sturdy steel frame make it shock-absorbing and noise-reducing
7-layer non-slip running belt provides an effective and safe cushion for your knees and muscles
LED display clearly shows time, speed, distance and calories, monitoring your movement data in real time
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