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

Item# SPM15673422724 | Model# SP37036WH | Added on September 11, 2020 |
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Costway 2.25HP 2-in-1 Folding Under Desk Treadmill W/ Remote Control Bluetooth Speaker
$380.99
$529.99
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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 under desk walking treadmill. You can use it for walking, jogging and running, which is very suitable for home, office and gym. With a 2.25 HP ultra-quiet motor, it provides you with a quiet sports environment. 7-layer shock-absorbing running belt provides effective cushioning for your joints and muscles. A versatile LED display monitors your movement data in real time. You can connect the treadmill to your phone through Bluetooth and play music. Equipped with a remote control and a safety key for immediate closure in an emergency. The foldable design and transport wheels make it easy to 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
Powerful 2.25 hp quiet motor makes your running quieter
Use the phone holder to watch videos or chat with friends while running
Multi-layer shield design make it shock-absorbing and noise-reducing
7-layer non-slip running belt provides a safe cushion for your knees and muscles
LED display clearly shows time, speed, distance and calories
The remote control can adjust your movement speed and stop instantly
High-performance speaker delivers a clear stereo experience by playing music through ... read more
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