Sunny Health & Fitness Folding Incline Treadmill With Tablet And Device Holder – SF-T4400

(10 customer reviews)


Product details

Brand Sunny Health & Fitness
Color Gray
Product Dimensions 62″D x 25.5″W x 50″H
Item Weight 103 Pounds
Material Alloy Steel
Maximum Speed 9 Miles per Hour
  • 2.20 peak HP drive system provides speeds of 0.5 – 9 MPH along with 3 manual options for adjusting recline levels (0%, 2%, 4.37%)
  • Designed for a max user weight of 220 lbs. with 49 L x 15.5W inches of running surface
  • Easy folding mechanism and soft drop system helps you unfold your treadmill safely and hands free
  • Handrail controls allow you to control speed, start and stop. Pause function – Press the stop button once to stop the belt and pause your run while keeping your current data and running stats intact
  • 9 Built-in workout programs with large LCD displays time, distance, speed, calories burned and pulse. Convenient smartphone/tablet holder is included to fit different devices


The Sunny Health & Fitness Treadmill features 9 built-in workout programs, handrail controls, and a phone/table holder that will add comfort and accessibility during any workout routine. This well-designed treadmill features an easy folding mechanism and soft drop system. The soft drop system will assist you when opening the treadmill, avoiding a big slam or damage to your wood/carpet floor. It features an LCD screen that tracks your speed, time, distance, pulse, and calories which makes it easier to track your fitness goals. The Sunny Health & Fitness Treadmill is expertly designed for maximum performance, optimal comfort, and ultimate efficiency, with a maximum user weight capacity of 220 lb.

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Track your progress with the Digital Monitor. Displays:

  • Speed
  • Time
  • Distance
  • Calorie
  • Pulse


Place your mobile device on the integrated device holder. Follow along to your favorite fitness apps or get professional tips and lessons from our certified Sunny Health & Fitness trainers through online training videos!


With the latest technology, this treadmill offers user-friendly control keys right at your fingertips. Start, Stop, and adjust your speed with the built-in handrail controls.


Personalize the level of intensity of your workout with 3 different manual incline positions. Simulate running uphill and get those legs burning!






Monitor and maintain your target heart rate. Measuring your pulse rate is an important tool for exercising correctly and efficiently.


With a weight capacity of 220 lb, this treadmill is designed to support long-lasting and vigorous workouts.


The soft drop hydraulic mechanism assures safe, hands free unfolding. No longer will you fear scuffing your floors when dropping your treadmills base.


Simply tilt and roll out for use or away for storage, no need for heavy lifting or muscle strain. The wheels at the front of the unit allow the user to move their equipment around with ease.

Additional information

Weight 103 kg
Dimensions 62 × 25.5 × 50 cm

Sunny Health & Fitness



Product Dimensions

62D x 25.5W x 50H

Item Weight

103 Pounds


Alloy Steel

Maximum Speed

9 Miles per Hour

Special Feature

Monitor Included

Maximum Horsepower

2.2 Horsepower

Maximum Incline Percentage


Display Type


Power Source

Corded Electric

Number of Programs


Included Components

Treadmill User Manual

Deck Length

49 Inches

Deck Width

15.5 Inches

Frame Material

Alloy Steel

Speed Rating

9 miles_per_hour

Folded Size

36L x 25.5W x 58H in

Package Weight

54.43 Kilograms

Item Dimensions LxWxH

62 x 25.5 x 50 inches

Brand Name

Sunny Health & Fitness

Warranty Description

3 year structural frame 180 days other parts and components

Model Name


Suggested Users


Number of Items


Part Number


Model Year





62 2 L x 26 8 W x 47 3 H



Date First Available

October 22 2014


Sunny Health & Fitness

10 reviews for Sunny Health & Fitness Folding Incline Treadmill With Tablet And Device Holder – SF-T4400

  1. Meredith Redfern

    8 Month Review: Perfect Beginner TreadmillWhen I decided to buy a treadmill instead of going back to the gym I agonized over all the options for weeks. I’m extremely happy I settled on this one and I feel like I owe it the review I would have liked to read when I was still shopping around.For reference, I am a 5’8″ 180 pound beginning runner, and I started off using this very intermittently but have been consistently running 2 miles most days for the past 6 months. What I cared about in a treadmill was finding the intersection of the cheapest option that I could find that still felt sturdy and reliable and I think I nailed it. This thing surprised me by not feeling even a little flimsy right out of the box and after 8 months total use there is no noticeable wear, despite even occasionally being used by my 6’3″ 220 pound partner, who also reports that it feels extremely solid. Here are some other things you might find useful to know:- If you typically do well with putting together Ikea furniture you will have no problem with this, it’s all (included) allen wrenches, pictographs, and a couple bolts, and took maybe half an hour to assemble on my own.- I wanted something that went up to at least 10mph so I would have some room to improve, but honestly I haven’t really leveled up past 6mph so I can’t say for sure that this actually gets that fast. I’ve taken it up to 7mph max with no issues.- This is very no frills, just start, stop, faster, slower, and 2mph 4mph and 6mph preset buttons. There are theoretically several interval programs but I personally haven’t used them, the preset buttons have been my friends. If you just want a thing that you can run or walk on and you don’t care how many buttons it has, this is the treadmill for you.- The heart monitor is completely useless, like not even remotely accurate. I wear a fitbit so I don’t care at all about that, but if the pulse reading is a selling point for you just know that this treadmill might as well not have a heart monitor.- There is the option for a very slight amount of incline, which I scoffed at initially. I basically decided to keep it at the max incline all the time since it seemed negligible, but I recently ran on a hotel treadmill and was actually shocked how different it felt to run completely level, so you know, it’s not nothing.- This is in an area of my house where I can keep it down all the time, but it does fold and unfold very easily and to what seems like a reasonable size.- As a person who is fairly clueless about treadmill care I have used belt lubricant on this twice since I initially set it up (so three times total) at times when I arbitrarily felt like maybe it might be the right time for it. This may or may not be a selling point about this treadmill’s durability, I will let you be the judge.- I have also slightly adjusted the belt twice because it looked like it was maybe going a little off center (purely visual diagnosis, no problems with how it was running) which was a simple two step process that required the same (included) allen wrench.- If I hadn’t done the last two pieces of maintenance I suspect that it would still be running fine, since both were done just cause I felt like maybe I should, but who knows, they could have also made all the difference. Either way, personally that seems like a reasonable amount of maintenance over 8 months, but you might;dr If you are a beginning runner who just wants a super basic treadmill that won’t break the bank, can grow with you on your running journey, and doesn’t feel even a tiny bit like you are going to break any part of it, this one here is a winner.

  2. Skyler A.

    A great budget-friendly treadmill! Buy it!This is a great treadmill. I read many reviews and spent a long time to decide on an under $500 treadmill. This hasn’t disappointed and it’s been about a month. I use this daily at a full sprint and regular walking/jogging as well. Like most treadmills in this price range, the belt width was something i didn’t want to compromise on. I was weary after experiencing much wider belts at the gym, but this belt size didn’t impact my running or workout. The quality is nice, it’s heavy and well grounded. The panel is plastic and definitely not ‘high-end’ but unless you’re expecting this to wow people with design, it’s not even an issue. Easy to fold up and a cool slow release to fold back down. Just measure out your room and understand this will need a corner to hang out in as it doesn’t fold completely down to hide under a bed or anything like that.Pros:-Easy to assemble. The box was a bit heavy – so have some help or get a dolly to help roll it around. It was well packed and even with a rough looking tear in the cardboard, the treadmill was nicely protected with foam, plastic wrap and more cardboard. Took maybe 30min to set it up.- The folding makes it easy to store in a corner and not take up space when not using. It’s in my home office and doesn’t crowd the room at all.- Simplicity. You turn it on and just go. The speed programs are nice, but lets be real, you’re gonna be adjusting the speed manually most of the time. The screen is well lit, bright and has the basic information you need. Time..speed, distance..calories burnt etc..- The speed controls are also on the right handle which is very convenient. Also, on the left handle, a basic Start/Stop option. I rarely touch the actual panel in the front to adjust speed or turn on.- The belt seems to be strong and it is easy enough to lubricate. I had to tighten the belt after feeling like it was slipping at a full sprint, but with the allen tool they provided, it was a very easy and simple fix. There are plenty of videos on youtube that will show you how to properly do this, as well as the user guide.- It runs quiet but once you start running it’s a bit loud. But you’re running on a metal board…so get headphones or turn on music.- You don’t need to have some monthly subscription to actually use it. It is a basic treadmill. Start it. Run on it. Get fit. Find training videos on youtube.. they’re free and effective.Cons:- The heart rate monitor doesn’t seem to be accurate at all. I don’t really care much about this especially since i use a fit bit. Again, it’s not the point. You use this to run on. Keep your expectations within your price range.- Manual incline – but again, not a deal breaker. If you’re wanting automatic/advanced inclines, you won’t be spending under $500.- Handles have rough ends and sometimes while in a sprint, my hands/arms might graze them. It’s not hard plastic, but just rough padding ends i guess. A bit annoying but nothing serious.- The two cupholders are a bit shallow, but they easily hold a typical bottle of water in place even when running on it.- It has an area for you place a tablet on the main panel, but it’s not that large. I place my phone there though with no issues.Overall, it’s a great entry level treadmill to have around your office or home gym. I enjoy walking on it, doing some HIIT exercises on it and jogging. I will always prefer real running, but this is a great option for cold weather and rainy days. The price is great, and it delivers a solid option to get into shape. Whether you choose this or another, don’t get analysis paralysis! Get it ordered and on the way so you can hit those fitness goals!

  3. Cynthia Ellis

    Very pleased. Love it!Decided on the SF-T4400… mid-line with not too many bells and whistles but not plain-Jain either. Arrived a day early. VERY easy to assemble. Had it unpacked, 6 screws in, lubed and running within 30 min. Ran it per instructions for a bit before trying it out. Very quiet but saw some reviews that it got noisy after a few months use so will update if this happens. Very excited to use this daily 😄I’m in a house so I can’t Realy say if it’s good for small apartments. It’s folding capability is nice but it does take up space- it’s a treadmill 🤷🏼‍♀️ It is easy to move around once assembled. I does come with Lube and you need to Lube under the mat before first start. Again, it’s a lot quieter than I expected. All in all, for the price, I think it’s a great buy and I recommend it.A bit of background on me- I used to run/walk 4 miles religiously for the last 3yrs after being horrible to my body for decades. I managed to drop 100lbs in 8 months and get down to (my new normal) weight of 160lbs (@5’8” tall)… until last April when I was diagnosed with cancer and had to have a total double Mastectomy (simple). Ended up with a double infection (Severe sepsis and MRSA!) – in hospital for a week followed by IV treatments 2-3 times daily for 8+ weeks. I’m just now feeling better and have been trying to get my walking back in but I live in Florida and it’s 110 with 200% humidity so it’s been challenging- especially with all my body has been through and I’m very exhausted easily. Normally, I could do the walking in these conditions but it’s a different ballgame since cancer. I have also just been diagnosed with MS so it’s mandatory I get back to walking.Again, super excited to use this Sunny Health treadmill- already did 2.5miles and about 1mile run (without very much recoil or noise) on my first try and will do some more tonight 😁…If no update is posted below then consider all is still good with it.

  4. blackwhite

    Balanced review with detail**Update 9 December 2016**Having used it for well over a year, I can say it is still going, although it squeaks a bit and is not as tight as it was before. But then it has seen regular use and is not exactly top of the market, expensive stuff. After using it for a long time now, I do miss the ability to summarize work, hitting the trigger is frustrating, not having pause is as well and the side holders are angled towards you so things do fall out or spill easily if not carefully handled. Small things and in no way change my rating of 4* but thought of sharing.**Update 21 November 2015** – After using it for a while, a few more additions. A must have is a mat underneath it if you have hardwood floor, the treadmill is lighter than most and does move. Secondly, as you adapt your running/walking style you do get used to the handles protruding out and don’t hit it as often. Another way to avoid it is if you are walking – just hold the handles with one hand or two and walk! Wish there was an adaptor to hold an ipad like screen and the safety key was not so flimsy or easy to dislodge. Also, the pause button is sorely missed – should you hit stop or the trigger the safety all your history is lost! Still, running well and hence still 4*Original review below:==Here comes a long-ish review. I ordered this with trepidation as I look to start building a ‘gym’ in my newly purchased home. It is not a small purchase to make, literally with size or money, so you don’t want to get it wrong and have to return or be stuck with it. Well, I followed the Amazon reviews and the product found its way to my doorstep in reasonably good time. And I mean the doorstep. The ******* UPS man dumped the large package on our front steps at an angle and did not even ring the bell! This inspite of us having been warned by a few reviewers, so we left the main door open and just the swing door on latch so he could see through it. Anyway, after I returned I managed to haul it in. Now I am no Arnold Schwarzenegger, but I am no Woody Allen either, this stuff is easily 100lb+ of an awkward rectangular shape. It was not packaged in hardy cardboard, so I got a box with lots of torn and damaged edges.Struggled to get it upstairs, so had to get a couple of friends to help (no, it really is heavy! Whoever said in these reviews that they did it singlehandedly does not need a treadmill in the first place!!!). Once unpacked, it took about 15-20 mins to distill the instructions needed. There are way too many, when in fact it is fairly simple. Requires some common sense and intuition as instructions, language and figures are not exact and precise. Once set up, you notice immediately that the belt is narrower than any you would have seen. Not a bad thing as this treadmill gets through all doors of a normal home comfortably and takes a smaller footprint. You may need to have a couple of practice sessions to get used to it, but I did instantly. I weigh about 180lbs and am 5’9″ and I am handling it ok. I tried going barefoot on it for a while to get the real feel and get used to it, then another try with walking shoes on. I use it primarily for walking by the way.Re. the incline, it is adjusted manually very easily and does not make much of a difference. I did not realise I was walking on max incline out of the box!The handles do impede free running/walking, but you can get used to moving your arms in a way that they swing towards the centre of your body at the front instead of just back and forth. The time, distance, calories and pulse is easy enough. Pleasing is the stop/start and +/- speed setting at your hands on the handles in addition to the ones on the panel for easy thumb reach. Basic panel, with no pause button so if you pull the stop chord or press the stop button you lose all history of your run/walk.The magnetically held stop chord is easy to dislodge, feels cheap.There is a holder either side for a drink or a phone or whatever. Unexplainably there is a groove around the main display which is the right size to put a small tablet or a large phone sideways. But then of course it blocks the view of the display.Noise level is fairly high in my opinion, though I have it in a spare room upstairs and downstairs the noise is bearable unlike ones I have seen at others’ places in the past. But even though I put the phone on loudspeaker and full volume I struggle to hear very clearly over the noise of the treadmill.Still, at this price cannot complain, but I can certainly dock one star for poor delivery (I logged the package feedback, no one has contacted me yet, why do I bother?! Get rid of ******* UPS!!), no pause function, slightly cheap/plasticky feels in part of the panel, no choice of more inclines and poor positioning of handles given the narrowness of the running belt itself.Still, heavily recommended – all points above are for balance and your consideration and in no way detract from my liking this product.

  5. MH

    Hard to transport to another spotJust got it 3 days ago and it’s working OK for now. I though I’ll update my review after a few months have passed, but for now, here are my pros and cons of the Sunny Health & Fitness SF-T4400:Pros:1. Operation: So far, the treadmill runs smoothly and quietly, and it feels like a proper treadmill. That is, it feels sturdy, and the handle bars are the perfect height for me (I’m 5’7 and weigh 140 lbs).2. Customer Support: You can actually reach a human being on the phone very quickly, and they are native-English speakers. They are also very friendly. I had been thinking of getting the Urevo foldable treadmill instead, but reviewers said Urevo’s tech support is by email only, and it could take a while to get a reply.Cons:1. Unboxing and assembly can be hard for some: The reviews all say how easy it is, so I thought I could do this on my own. Wrong. Sure, it’s easy if you’re someone who can, say, lift a 25-lb box without straining yourself. For me, though, it took 3 hours of sweat, strain and cussing.So if you’re like me (weakling who’s all thumbs) get someone to do it for you, but don’t waste your money on the $89 expert assembly fee. Honestly, an expert could probably assemble this within 30 mins.Another reason why assembly was so hard for me: One of the holes was misaligned (see pic). I called tech support, and they said to keep all the other screws loose and then try screwing in the last one. Unfortunately, that didn’t work. I decided, then, to just not bother putting in the last screw. So I tightened all of the other screws. Then, just for kicks, I tried screwing in the last one…and it went in!2. Adjusting the belt alignment is awkward. At the back of the treadmill, there are 2 holes on either side. That’s where you insert an Allen wrench to tighten or loosen the left/right side of the belt. Sounds easy enough, but trying to find the hole is a pain! They are recessed deep inside, and I was fumbling forever trying to insert the wrench. See pics.3. Wheeling the treadmill to another spot: I bought this so I could workout while watching TV in the living room. I intended to store it in another room and then wheel it in front of the TV. However, it’s really awkward and scary to move around because it’s so big and heavy. To get it on its wheels, you have to tilt the machine backwards, as well as your body at the same time. Then you can wheel it.However, it stands at about 58″ when folded up, so it’s intimidating having this tall and heavy thing tilting towards you. It feels like it’ll land on you if you’re not careful.If your living space is small, it’s best to leave this treadmill in 1 spot, against a wall, and then just unfold it when you want to workout. However, you’ll be staring at a wall during your workout. Boring! I wanted to watch TV with this.Sure, you could watch Netflix on your iPad or tablet…but the holder is only 9″ wide, and my iPad is 9-1/4″ wide in landscape mode…and Netflix only plays in landscape mode.4. Incline doesn’t adjust much: When the treadmill arrived, it was set at the highest incline, but I didn’t even realize that! I read other reviewers saying how the “0 incline” setting wasn’t fully flat but pretty darn close. So I hopped on the machine (at its highest incline setting, unbeknownst to me) thinking this was the flattest it would go. Visually, I could see a slight incline, but I never felt it when walking on it.5. I’m seeing a lot of black particles at the back of the running belt. I called tech support, and they told me to show them a photo of the motor. Turns out it’s properly aligned. They said it could just be that it’s a new machine and to give it time. The black specks should stop coming out. We’ll see.

  6. Ashley

    Hard to assemble but like this treadmillThis treadmill is very nice. But the time it took to put it together was way to long. My fiance and I spent almost a week putting this thing together in our guest room. Just little pieces and figuring out what was what was the hardest part. The chart in the front of the directions didn’t help at all. Having to flip back and forth instead of just having everything in the directions as you go was a pain. But now that it is finally together it is nice to use. It does stick a bit so I’ll have to buy more lubricant for it. Putting the lubricant on was hard too as we didn’t want to pull the belt up to hard to apply it.

  7. Christy Crowell

    Wow. Best purchase ever made on AmazonLove this treadmill. It is NOT cheap or lightweight…it’s substantial. It does not have fancy bells and whistles like a fan or motorized incline, which means less fuss and less to break over time. Heavy machine, delivered on a Sunday (poor Amazon kids, come on AMAZON! Stop that!). Unpacked it in my garage and wheeled it into my workout room. 10 bolts/washers (?) and it was set up. I had to run to Lowes and grab a bottle of liquid silicone lube for belt (always keep the belt lubed – especially before first-time use.) There’s a good YouTube video on unboxing and setup by some guy. Belt is plenty wide and long enough for walking or running. Deck is cushioned and motor is QUIET! I can hear my music or TV really well during use. Electronics are great. Cup holders and tablet holder aren’t great, but have created a workaround. Love the placement of the handles (not in the way while walking or running) and that right handle has +/- speed buttons and left handle has start/stop button. Both handles have pulse meters. I’ve been an athlete all of my life but after some bad sports injuries and my advancjng age (53), I can’t do the same things as quickly and as often as I used to. Plus, it’s SUPER HOT where I live in the Southwest so, this allows me to get more exercise time in without being outdoors. Plus, the world is starting to go off the rails and I don’t feel safe anymore while walking at night outdoors when it’s cooler. Folding the deck up is super easy and lowering the deck is easy, too – it’s on hydraulics and SLOWLY lowers like a leaf – not joking. I’m specifically using this machine to get my daily steps in and to do some light running/jogging. If you’re looking for a value priced treadmill with high quality – don’t wait!

  8. A.Z.

    Be careful not to break the box in case you need to return itThe first time I bought this treadmill, it works pretty well, and it feels like relatively well built for its price. I’ve used it for 2-3 years. So when I need another machine, I bought it for the second time, but it arrived broken this time. It takes quite some efforts to put it together, just to realize that it has no reaction to anything and won’t start when powered up. I contacted the company but they only provide examination instructions without any onsite technical support. I opened it up as instructed but didn’t spot anything obviously wrong inside so I have no idea how to fix it. I have to put it back into the package and return it. I’m glad that I was careful about preserving the box so I can use it for the return, but still, that was no fun.

  9. Elena

    PerfectJust what I needed. Fits in corner of bedroom. I just leave it down since it fits nicely in the corner and does not get in the way. I just use this for walking. It is quiet while I’m walking. Good value for the price.

  10. Jordan

    Good for the priceI wish it inclined more, but it’s a great deal. Pretty standard.

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