Exerpeutic TF900 High Capacity Fitness Walking Electric Treadmill, 350 lbs

(10 customer reviews)

$382.99

Product details

Brand Exerpeutic
Color Multi-coloured
Product Dimensions 47″D x 29″W x 51″H
Item Weight 110 Pounds
Maximum Speed 4 Miles per Hour
Special Feature Incline, Fold Up, Lcd Display, Shock Absorption, Heart Rate Monitor
  • In-home treadmill designed for fitness walking, 4 MPH maximum speed
  • 1.5 HP motor for reliable performance; ground-level walking surface and wide side rails
  • LCD displays time, distance, calories burned and speed for easy reference. Quiet High Torque Motor to ensure smoothness and durability
  • Folds for space-saving storage and moves easily on built-in wheels. Electric treadmill setup weight- 110 pounds
  • 350-pounds maximum user weight, 1-year warranty for frame and 5 years for motor
SKU: B002NHM8TY

Description

Product Description

Walking on the Exerpeutic TF900 is an easy, effective way to achieve a regimen of regular exercise! Unlike outdoor walking, treadmill fitness walking has the benefits of shock absorption and the convenience of exercising in your own home.

Amazon.com

Stay on track for your exercise goals with the Exerpeutic Fitness walking treadmill, a lower-powered treadmill that’s designed just for walking in the home–perfect for use during inclement weather or whenever you get a chance for an exercise break. It features an extra-wide belt that’s designed for safe and effective fitness walking. The ground-level walking surface and wide side rails make it easy to get on and off the treadmill, while extra-long safety handles provide a convenient grip for enhanced security and balance. A speed control button is located on the handle bar to make it very easy to raise and lower the speed of the treadmill belt.

Features and Specifications:

  • 1.5 HP motor for reliable performance
  • 0.4 to 4 MPH speed is ideal for vigorous walking
  • Heavy-duty frame is designed for extra weight support
  • LCD displays time, distance, calories burned and speed for easy reference
  • Extra-long safety handles enhance walking security and balance
  • Ground-level walking surface and wide side rails allow easy mounting and dismounting
  • Folds for space-saving storage and moves easily on built-in wheels
  • Maximum weight capacity: 350 pounds
  • Walking surface: 36 x 16 inches
  • Dimensions: 47 x 29 x 51 inches (LxWxH)
  • Weight: 110 pounds
  • Warranty: 1 year frame; 5 years motor

About Treadmills
Walking is still considered one of the most beneficial cardiovascular exercises for people of all ages, body types, and fitness levels. As a fundamental form of aerobic training, walking has numerous physical benefits for the heart, lungs, and circulatory system, while also increasing muscle tone and burning fat calories. Treadmills provide a convenient way to regularly exercise in all weather conditions in the comfort and safety of your own home.

From beginners just starting an exercise regimen to advanced athletes looking to maintain their fitness level, anyone interested in getting and staying in shape can benefit greatly from regular use of a treadmill. Treadmills allow you to determine the pace, distance, and complexity of the workout based on your needs, all while watching television, talking on the telephone, or reading a magazine. Much easier on sensitive joints like the knees and hips, treadmill walking and running surfaces are typically long, padded platforms that allow ample room for a long stride and comfortable, low-impact walk or jog without the harsh contact of a concrete surface.

While many different types, styles, and price ranges of treadmills exist, many of them offer unique features like a fold-up design for easy storage, an electronic display monitor showing speed, distance, workout time, incline level, and burned calories, and EKG grip pulses to monitor the heart rate while exercising. Regardless of the simple to complex features you may choose, treadmills offer an array of aerobic exercise opportunities that will provide long-lasting beneficial cardiovascular results without a commute to the gym or a jog in the rain.


From the manufacturer

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Heavy Duty Frame – 350 lbs Weight Capacity

350-pounds maximum user weight, The extra-supported heavy duty frame is high weight capacity capable with wide side rails for a foot platform. 1.5 HP motor for reliable performance; 4 MPH maximum speed

Extra long 18” Safety Handle Bars

Extra-long 18” safety handle bars for walking securely help prevent any loss of balance. The ground level walking surface allows for easy on and off of the treadmill. Speed control buttons are on the right handle bar and mod/on and off buttons are on the left handle bar.

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Large LCD Display

LCD displays time, distance, calories burned and speed for easy reference. Quiet High Torque Motor to ensure smoothness and durability

Folds for Storage

Folds for space-saving storage and moves easily on built-in wheels. Electric treadmill setup weight- 110 pounds

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Additional information

Weight 110 kg
Dimensions 47 × 29 × 51 cm
Brand

Exerpeutic

Color

Multi-coloured

Product Dimensions

47D x 29W x 51H

Item Weight

110 Pounds

Maximum Speed

4 Miles per Hour

Special Feature

Incline Fold Up Lcd Display Shock Absorption Heart Rate Monitor

Maximum Horsepower

1.5 Horsepower

Display Type

LCD

Power Source

Electric

Included Components

Treadmill

Speed Rating

4 miles_per_hour

Package Weight

111.18 Pounds

Item Dimensions LxWxH

47 x 29 x 51 inches

Brand Name

Exerpeutic

Warranty Description

1 year warranty on frame 5 years warranty on motor

Model Name

TF900

Suggested Users

unisex-adult

Number of Items

1

Part Number

1010

Size

One Size

Sport Type

Excercise & Fitness

ASIN

B002NHM8TY

Date First Available

September 7 2009

Manufacturer

Exerpeutic, Paradigm

10 reviews for Exerpeutic TF900 High Capacity Fitness Walking Electric Treadmill, 350 lbs

  1. Regina Elder

    It is important to move more when you are 65.It is harder to walk as I get older so I thought a treadmill would solve the problem. It did! I feel less stiff and I can walk longer than I did before the treadmill.

  2. Brittany L

    NiceIt’s a good size and does not hat it needs to do very easy to put together

  3. AVengefulGhostMadeFlesh

    Nice Basic TreadmillI just got in this treadmill a few days ago, and thus far I really like it. It is nearly perfect for my 5′ 3″ frame. I do exceed the stride length when trying to ‘powerwalk’ so I just limit myself to a normal walking stride. For my purposes, to get some exercise and cardio in to help with my health, it is fine. My husband likes it enough to have asked me to get another type of treadmill for him, he is 5′ 10″ and the stride length on this item is far too short for him to walk comfortably.One thing a bit off-putting is that the welds are rather sloppy looking, but I can get past that. The hubs put it together for me, rather easily, but he is an I.T. professional and this is the sort of stuff he does. He said the instructions were useless and non-intuitive, that he looked at the picture and used it to see what he logically had to do to put it together.Just follow the operational instructions and I don’t think you will have many problems getting this to work properly. Remember that you do not start it with you ON it, you either step on it while it is going slow, or you stand on the side rails and step down on it while it is going. The computer and the controls on the handle work fine. My stop button works fine as well, with no problems restarting.Now, the one big bad on this treadmill is the packing, or lack thereof, the box is flimsy, and UPS did not follow the suggestion of the ‘this way up’ arrow. Other than a few styrofoam holders in the inside of the box, they really need bubblewrap or airbags to keep the other items from bouncing around inside the box while in transit. The bags wrapped on the legs inside the box had come off from the bouncing around during transit. Also, many of the plastic ties around the outside had come off, they need to use wider ties so they do not pop open or slip off.Otherwise, I am very happy with this item and will be looking for another treadmill for my hubs with a longer stride on Amazon. The price, and free rapid shipping was very satisfactory, albeit the packing and the actual treatment by the shippers left much to be desired.

  4. AnJoMom16

    BASIC TREADMILLParadigm Fitness Walking Electric Treadmill

    Looking for a basic treadmill? Check out this one! It is exactly what I was searching for: no frills, level walking area, monitors time, distance, calories & walking speed. I agree that the walking area is short but I am 5’3″ which works perfectly for me. I can see that it may be a problem for those with long strides.It weighs 100 pounds which required my nephew’s strength to carry into the house. The assembly is fairly easy. The walking area/belt is already assembled. The arms & legs have to be attached (easy). The display unit has to have its electric connections connected (fairly easy). Then attach the display unit to the designated front bar (also fairly easy). You are supposed to apply the enclosed oil to the belt once a year (already done before it ships for the first year). This item is supposed to hold a 350 pound person. I think it would.My only complaint about this treadmill is that it is very difficult to restart after pulling the “kill switch” (which I did test). I followed the directions in the booklet which comes with this and it still took several manual restarts before the treadmill would operate. I repeated this several times to see if it still followed this pattern and it does. However, it is very easy to power the treadmill down or just hit the stop switch to stop it so I cannot see a real need for the kill switch.I let my feet roll of the belt and still had no problems regaining balance ( I am 62 years old & not as agile as once was). Of course, I would never allow children or animals around this without adult supervision while it is running.The electronic display has a button to start and stop the machine as well as a control to increase/decrease the speed & mode, reset, set buttons all which function properly. It also displays the speed, time, etc. On the right arm are buttons to increase/decrease speed. On the left arm are buttons for on/off & mode. It is very easy to hit these buttons and I have shut down the machine many times by accidentally hitting the off/on button. The machine has to run a minimum of 4 minutes before it is turned off or you have to do the manual shut down/restart (a pain in the uh-huh). I have put a wire near this button to keep my hand from hitting the button accidentally.I had a treadmill years ago which was too loud to hear tv nearby. This treadmill is fairly quiet. I have no problems watching tv while walking and can talk on phone with no problemsI needed a level treadmill as I have several problems with a foot. This treadmill is great for my needs. I will watch to see how it works a year from now. So far I love it!

  5. Amazon Customer

    walking alongThe treadmill was delivered when promised. It was quick and easy to put together as promised. It seems to be sturdy enough. All in all it is OK, but it was not quite what I was expecting given the description and the rating of being good up to 350lbs. First, the foot bed is VERY short. I am 5’8″ and have an average stride for that height. I walk at a steady 3 mph pace. The footbed is almost too small to accommodate my natural stride. Even standing as far forward as possible I almost feel like I am falling off the back with each step. Anyone taller than me would probably not be able to use this. I bought this to replace a treadmill that was having dangerous problems with the belt slipping no matter how I adjusted it. That treadmill was rated to only 220 lbs and was less expensive, but it has a sturdier feel than this one (and a longer footbed). When walking on the treadmill I like to leave my arms to swing freely. On this treadmill there isn’t really room for me to swing my arms and it is at an incline so I have difficulty staying far enough forward to go at my pace without holding on without almost stepping off the back. If you are very broad in the beam you won’t fit well between the two arms. Despite this, it still looks like it will be a good product once I get used to where I have to walk and to holding on as I go. It is quieter than my old treadmill and it looks like the belt will be less likely to slip even after a lot of walking. It folds up nicely and is very easy to maneuver. As long as you aren’t too tall or too wide it is a good product.

  6. Buzybees

    So much better than expected!I have never reviewed an item before, but thought I had to for this one. I almost didn’t buy this treadmill because of the mixed reviews it received – and I never buy anything any more without reading the reviews first. Even though this item was available on an external site I decided to buy from Amazon because I worked as a Customer Service Representative and was confident that if I did experience one of the listed problems that Amazon would make it right. I have to say so far I am impressed. I totally expected the worst when the UPS driver pulled up in front of the house. Going by the reviews some people said their treadmills were barely in a box when they received them. Not only was my box not damaged but it was a sturdy two piece box that allowed you to pick the unit up out of it without tearing the box apart – which I thought was good in the event that something was wrong and I would need to send it back. The box was also reinforced with heavy cardboard strips which were strapped onto the all the corners of the box, and the inside pieces were all encased in syrofoam – so I had no problems whatsoever.Assembly took maybe 20 minutes at the most. No tools were required whatsoever – which was wonderful.I plugged it in, turned it on and was totally amazed at how quiet it was. I had a treadmill years ago, and you had to turn the tv up to the highest volume setting to hear over the noise of the treadmill, but you can hardly tell that this one is on. So far I’ve only had it on a few minutes, but there was no need to adjust the belt or level the machine. It seems to work perfectly. If something changes I will post an update, but as things stand now I am thrilled with my purchase – and it arrived the day after I ordered it so Way To Go Amazon!

  7. Stanwyck

    Takes forever to obtain parts under warranty.Used this treadmill faithfully for over an hour a day for almost two years- losing 50 pounds in the process. Then things began to go wrong. First, the belt started migrating from one side of the walking platform to the other, and the “adjustment” (jack screws on each side) is impossible to get right. Why the heck they didn’t just put flanged rollers and a master tensioner on this thing is beyond me. Then the motor started acting up. First it began to give off a strong electrical smell, then it just quit. I lubricated it liberally and got it running again, but as some other reviewers stated, it began making a cyclic clicking sound and then quit again. No problem, I thought, the manual said that the motor has a five year warranty. The problem is trying to get anyone at the company to honor it. I wrote to Paradigm fitness, which actually makes the thing, explained the problem in detail, and requested a replacement part. All I received were standard stalling techniques. “Is it plugged in? Is the circuit breaker tripped?” The second communication asked me to watch an online video where someone checks connections on the treadmill. I had already explained to them that I had done continuity checks on the wiring. I finally got another motor, but the treadmill was out of service for almost a month. In fact, I had already ordered another treadmill (not from Paradigm) when they notified me that they were shipping the motor to me. Thank Amazon for allowing me to cancel the order.I finally recieved the motor, and installed it, but then the electronic parts of the treadmill started acting up. The thing would just quit- dead- while you were on it, almost throwing you off. The treadmill soon found a new home- a local junkyard.

  8. CindyR

    AMAZING HOME TREADMILLThere is so much to say about this product/order. The order arrived as specified. It was a little difficult to move it into my house since the delivery company left it out on my sidewalk instead of putting it on the porch by the door. Once I opened the box it was extremely easy to unload. As a 62-year old woman that had little experience building anything, I was extremely pleased with how easy this was to put together. It probably took a total of 30-minutes. The instructions were extremely clear and precise. I already had to fold the treadmill up and move it to a different location. This was accomplished in little time and with little effort. The speed and efficiency of the treadmill itself was more than satisfying. It handled beyond my expectations.

  9. Shae

    Might want to pass on this one…After I had a heart attack, I purchased this treadmill in response to the suggestion of my cardiologist that a walking regiment would be great therapy. My neighborhood is not the best place to walk at night after work, so this was a great solution to that issue.I received the unit in the mail in the promised time frame. The box was a bit damaged, but I blame the carrier – I imagine it was not the smallest of packages on the truck! It took me about 20 from opening the box until I had the unit up and working.And work well it did! The machine allowed me to gradually build up both speed and duration over the course of a few weeks. Everything was working well for about 3 months. Then, it began making this knocking/banging sound as if were coming out of adjustment in some way. It got louder at higher speeds.I made adjustment at the adjustment screws of the rear belt bar. This stopped the noise for a few days after which it crept back in. More adjustments, several silent days, then noise. Over the next few weeks, the adjustments have caused the belt to move to the right on the rear bar by a full two inches or more. Correspondence with local appliance/health machine repairmen and emails to Exerpeutic’s “tech” support have yielded little in fixing the problem. I have had to cease using the machine with concern that it may seize up in the middle of a walking session, leading to possible injury. I am currently researching other brands in this price range to replace the machine.There is another treadmill listed on Amazon that looks just like this, but mentions nothing about being an Exerpeutic. http://www.amazon.com/TopStepFitness-com-Fitness-Walking-Electric-Treadmill/dp/B009O5I68K/ref=sr_1_8?s=exercise-and-fitness&ie=UTF8&qid=1390190618&sr=1-8It is listed as a “Fitness Walking Electric Treadmill” and it shows a price of $340, which is about $60 cheaper than the brand name Exerpeutic machine.

  10. Blues22475

    Not bad but has some problems…This is the first electric treadmill my family has bought and it’s okay aside from a couple of problems. For the most part, the treadmill is usable, but the thing requires way more adjustment than is needed. I just spent 2 hours fighting with it trying to keep it from slipping to the right when walking on it. If you walk on it without using the hand rails it slips to the right for no apparent reason.I have adjusted this several times as per instructions. Furthermore, sometimes this treadmill knocks because you have to tighten it so much (just trying to keep it from knocking which doesn’t work).I have to say I am somewhat disappointed with this because it’s way too much hassle in adjustment (compared to our old manual treadmill which was easier to do).I took a chance with all the hit and miss reviews, but I came out a bit charred because it seems half the people with negatives were right and the positives were also right.1. The belt keeps slipping no matter how I adjust it.2. Even after looking for 3rd party help it still goes off to the right.3. Random noises sometimes from operation (and my brother and I are below the weight limit).There are some positives though.1. The treadmill is quiet.2. It’s fine for what we need it for.3. Installation was very easy. There was little work to be done in the initial setup.If you want to take the risk and have a solid way to return it, I would go for it. Otherwise, don’t bother and look elsewhere.On a side-note, my box also came with a hole in the bottom side of the treadmill, but the plastic was not punctured at all.

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