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NordicTrack Desk Treadmill

Item# 00624951000P | Model# 24951 | Added on September 13, 2014 |
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Stay On The Move While You Stay On Task With The NordicTrack Desk Treadmill The NordicTrack Desk Treadmill enables you to turn your work hours into fitness hours. The oversized, adjustable-height desk surface provides ample space to accomplish your work, and the treadmill lets you take advantage of iFit® technology for trainer-designed workouts with automatic tracking. The convenient SpaceSaver design allows the treadmill deck to fold away while keeping the desk available for use with a chair or while you stand. Work Meets Workout A New Take on Productivity Put your work hours to work with the ultimate office luxury for the busy professional — the Treadmill Desk. Now you can work out while you work. With an oversized desktop, CustomLift™ power-adjustable height, an integrated iFit®-compatible display, digital incline controls, speeds up to 10 mph, and unique SpaceSaver® design, the Desk Treadmill will revolutionize your workday.

OVERSIZED DESKTOP WORK SURFACE

Spread out documents, files and your laptop on the 38-inch-by-21-inch work surface. A 1-inch, solid surface offers a steady, sturdy workspace.

 

IFIT COMPATIBLE

A revolutionary interactive training program, iFit technology* helps you get much more out of each workout. Track your progress, replicate real-life runs with Google Maps™, train with Jillian Michaels, get a new workout every day, and custom-tailor your workouts to your specific goals. *Requires iFit wireless module, sold

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By Smartshoppers
February 23rd, 2015
Poor Support | Great Product

First the BAD: Online Support is a waste of time. They claimed to place a service request and when we called to confirm it a week later there was no service scheduled in the system. We still have not received service, OR the backordered iFit wireless module, but at least we have a confirmation number to keep us warm while we sit by the phone waiting for the call. The GOOD: This has all the makings of an ideal piece of exercise equipment. Where other treadmills and exercise machines take space and are little more than odd and strange in the home setting, this treadmill desk really works both as a desk for standing and sitting, and as an outlet for activity throughout the day. In a nut-shell, if you have any kind of desk or writing table in your home, then you should replace it with this desk. The treadmill (when operating properly) is adequate in every way. We'll reserve our opinion on how the iFit integrates into the experience, but we remain with high hopes on that front. What could be BETTER: The Desk should rise higher than the highest point. We're not all that tall, but our keyboard is a little out-of-reach while walking on the treadmill. Offering some kind of desk surface area extension would make a lot of sense too. OVERALL: We recommend this treadmill desk and think that it is a remarkable design compared to others in the competitive market space. We'll add a star if our iFit module ever arrives and the service is performed.

5 found this review helpful
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By colindurrant
April 15th, 2015
Not to be used as a treadmill desk... or fitness treadmill

Before I begin, let me state that I didn?t do my research before buying so the fact that returning the ?treadmill desk? is costing me hundreds of dollars is no one?s fault but my own. I?m just hoping that I can save someone else the hassle of returning a 250 lb. treadmill desk on their own dime? As for the product itself, it is not useable as a treadmill desk or as a fitness treadmill. I am now convinced that a fitness treadmill and treadmill desk are two completely different products. Yes, they both share a treadmill but that is where the comparisons end. Let me explain. Motor- The NordicTrack uses the same 3 HP motor that is used in their $750 home fitness treadmills. This is NOT a good thing. The motor has low torque at slow speeds and high torque at fast speeds. What does his mean? If you attempt to walk on it 4-8 hours per day (like most treadmill desk users do) it will prematurely burn out the motor and electronics. The unit has a lifetime motor guarantee but that does not cover the electronics or labor (you have a 1 year warranty here.) So each time you burn the motor out, it will easily cost you $400-$500 to replace the damaged components. Ergonomics- In order to use a treadmill desk the right way (and the comfortable way) it is required that the desk rest at a 90 degree angle from your elbow. At full height, the desk on the NordicTrack is thigh high. Don?t believe me? Look at every picture on their website. I am 5?10 and I had to lean forward to type. It was impossible to type while walking plus I had to crane my neck forward in order to look at my laptop screen. This is the opposite of ergonomic. My wife (5?4) tried to walk and type and it was way too low for her as well. I guess it would work well for grade school children. Safety- Even if I wanted to use this as fitness treadmill it is not safe to use. The treadmill reaches speeds of 10 mph and inclines 15%. Try running at a high speed or walking at a steep incline without those handrails that you find on gym treadmills. If you lose your balance for even a second you are going to fall and seriously injure yourself. That handle on the desk (that supposedly replaces the handrails) does absolutely nothing to address this concern. It is too far out of the way to reach. The treadmill also lacks those side rails that you can stand on when you need to step off the belt. The NordicTrack treadmill desk is a good looking product but it lacks all of the basic functionality of either a treadmill or treadmill desk. I googled NordicTrack treadmill desk reviews and found a review from workwhilewalking.com which also gives this product a 1 star review. I agree with most of their complaints as well.

36 found this review helpful
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colindurrant

Not to be used as a treadmill desk... or fitness treadmill

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Before I begin, let me state that I didn?t do my research before buying so the fact that returning the ?treadmill desk? is costing me hundreds of dollars is no one?s fault but my own. I?m just hoping that I can save someone else the hassle of returning a 250 lb. treadmill desk on their own dime?

As for the product itself, it is not useable as a treadmill desk or as a fitness treadmill. I am now convinced that a fitness treadmill and treadmill desk are two completely different products. Yes, they both share a treadmill but that is where the comparisons end. Let me explain.

Motor- The NordicTrack uses the same 3 HP motor that is used in their $750 home fitness treadmills. This is NOT a good thing. The motor has low torque at slow speeds and high torque at fast speeds. What does his mean? If you attempt to walk on it 4-8 hours per day (like most treadmill desk users do) it will prematurely burn out the motor and electronics. The unit has a lifetime motor guarantee but that does not cover the electronics or labor (you have a 1 year warranty here.) So each time you burn the motor out, it will easily cost you $400-$500 to replace the damaged components.

Ergonomics- In order to use a treadmill desk the right way (and the comfortable way) it is required that the desk rest at a 90 degree angle from your elbow. At full height, the desk on the NordicTrack is thigh high. Don?t believe me? Look at every picture on their website. I am 5?10 and I had to lean forward to type. It was impossible to type while walking plus I had to crane my neck forward in order to look at my laptop screen. This is the opposite of ergonomic. My wife (5?4) tried to walk and type and it was way too low for her as well. I guess it would work well for grade school children.

Safety- Even if I wanted to use this as fitness treadmill it is not safe to use. The treadmill reaches speeds of 10 mph and inclines 15%. Try running at a high speed or walking at a steep incline without those handrails that you find on gym treadmills. If you lose your balance for even a second you are going to fall and seriously injure yourself. That handle on the desk (that supposedly replaces the handrails) does absolutely nothing to address this concern. It is too far out of the way to reach. The treadmill also lacks those side rails that you can stand on when you need to step off the belt.

The NordicTrack treadmill desk is a good looking product but it lacks all of the basic functionality of either a treadmill or treadmill desk. I googled NordicTrack treadmill desk reviews and found a review from workwhilewalking.com which also gives this product a 1 star review. I agree with most of their complaints as well.

April 15th via sears.com
36 of 37 found this review helpful.
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Smartshoppers

Poor Support | Great Product

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First the BAD:

Online Support is a waste of time. They claimed to place a service request and when we called to confirm it a week later there was no service scheduled in the system. We still have not received service, OR the backordered iFit wireless module, but at least we have a confirmation number to keep us warm while we sit by the phone waiting for the call.

The GOOD:

This has all the makings of an ideal piece of exercise equipment. Where other treadmills and exercise machines take space and are little more than odd and strange in the home setting, this treadmill desk really works both as a desk for standing and sitting, and as an outlet for activity throughout the day. In a nut-shell, if you have any kind of desk or writing table in your home, then you should replace it with this desk. The treadmill (when operating properly) is adequate in every way. We'll reserve our opinion on how the iFit integrates into the experience, but we remain with high hopes on that front.

What could be BETTER:

The Desk should rise higher than the highest point. We're not all that tall, but our keyboard is a little out-of-reach while walking on the treadmill.

Offering some kind of desk surface area extension would make a lot of sense too.

OVERALL:

We recommend this treadmill desk and think that it is a remarkable design compared to others in the competitive market space. We'll add a star if our iFit module ever arrives and the service is performed.

February 23rd via sears.com
5 of 5 found this review helpful.
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kingoftheink

Almost a perfect work station

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The NordicTrack Desk Treadmill is probably the best health investment I have made to date. This treadmill has saved my hips and fixed any discomfort I had in my back from sitting in a office chair. A month of everyday use with this treadmill, along with stretching, helped to defuse my tight hip flexors, which corrected my anterior pelvic tilt. I usually do some video editing, reading, or basic browsing when I'm walking on the treadmill at a speed of 3 mph. I would love to do some picture retouching on this treadmill, but the desk doesn't raise up high enough to my eye level. Despite this desk raising up 14 inches I still have to look down slightly, but there isn't any strain on my neck and upper back. The best thing about this desk is that it can be rotated out of position and I can run on the treadmill at a decent speed without too much movement from the desk hinge. I can also lift up the treadmill portion of this machine and just use the desk for work, which puts me at perfect eye level. I would definitely recommend the NordicTrack Desk Treadmill to anyone looking for a way to burn calories while doing work, watching television, or browsing the internet.

January 21st via viewpoints.com
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