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The Treadmill Desk – Rethinking How We Work

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LifeSpan TR1200-DT5 Treadmill Desk Combination
Our Price: $1,499.99
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2013 Model - The TR1200-DT5 Treadmill Desk is the perfect way to integrate exercise into your daily routine. It has a larger 2.25 HP High Torque motor as it has been designed for those using the treadmill desk for up to 6 hours a day. ... Learn More
LifeSpan TR800-DT5 Treadmill Desk Combination
Our Price: $1,299.99
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2013 Model - The TR800-DT5 Treadmill Desk workstation comes complete with a desk and treadmill. It has a sturdy work surface measuring 46.5" wide and 31" deep with ample room for all of your common office desktop devices like your laptop, printer, and computer. ... Learn More
LifeSpan TR5000-DT5 Treadmill Desk Combination
Our Price: $2,499.99
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The TR5000-DT5 Treadmill Desk combines our DT5 desk with our most durable treadmill option. If you’re looking for a treadmill desk that will be used by multiple people throughout the day and requires almost no maintenance the TR5000-DT5 may be the best product combination for you. ... Learn More
LifeSpan TR1200-DT3 Standing Desk Treadmill
Our Price: $999.99
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2013 Model - The TR1200-DT3 is a standing desk treadmill and console intended to work with most standing desks (desk not included). The compact console sits on your desktop and gives you easy access to the control buttons and workout readouts without getting in the way of your work. ... Learn More
LifeSpan TR800-DT3 Standing Desk Treadmill
Our Price: $799.99
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2013 Model - The TR800-DT3 is a standing desk treadmill and console that works with most standing desks (does not include a standing desk). ... Learn More
LifeSpan TR5000-DT3 Standing Desk Treadmill
Our Price: $1,999.99
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The TR5000-DT3 is a standing desk treadmill and console intended to work with most standing desks (desk not included). The compact console sits on your desktop and gives you easy access to the control buttons and workout readouts without getting in the way of your work. ... Learn More
LifeSpan TR1200-DT7 Treadmill Electronic Desk Combination
Our Price: $1,999.99
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The TR1200-DT7 Treadmill Desk is suited for small groups of users where desks height adjustments are more frequent. Accomplish daily tasks like emails, phone conversations and typing, all while accumulating steps and burning calories with the TR1200-DT7 Treadmill Desk. ... Learn More
LifeSpan TR800-DT7 Treadmill Electronic Desk Combination
Our Price: $1,799.99
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Walk your way to better health with the TR800-DT7 light-use Treadmill Desk. The DT7 electric height adjustment desk, as featured with this model, is ideal for multiple user settings where frequent desk height adjustments are needed. ... Learn More
LifeSpan TR5000-DT7 Treadmill Electronic Desk Combination
Our Price: $2,999.99
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The TR5000-DT7 Treadmill Desk is designed specifically to meet the demands associated with groups of users in community settings. This model features our durable and maintenance free TR5000 treadmill coupled with our DT7 electric height adjustment desk. ... Learn More
LifeSpan C3-DT3 Standing Desk Bike
Our Price: $999.99
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Pedal while you work with the LifeSpan C3-DT3 Standing Desk Bike and console. Along with our other DT3 models, the C3-DT3 makes the perfect addition to your standing desk and takes up little space with its small footprint. ... Learn More
LifeSpan C3-DT5 Bike Desk
Our Price: $1,499.99
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For those who would rather pedal than walk or where office space is limited, the C3-DT5 Bike Desk is a great way to add activity into your workday. ... Learn More
LifeSpan C3-DT7 Bike Desk
Our Price: $1,999.99
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The C3-DT7 Bike Desk combines all the same features of the C3-DT5 in addition to our electric height adjustable desk making it ideal for community settings where the bike desk is shared by more than one user. ... Learn More
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We won't take credit for inventing the Treadmill Desk — we'll give that credit to Dr. James Levine from the Mayo Clinic. But we will take credit for making a better mousetrap.

The Treadmill Desks were designed around how you work. They include a sturdy work surface to easily support your laptop, printer, computer display and other electronics devices. The treadmill console is conveniently located in the front of the desk so it doesn't take space away from the working surface. For comfort and convenience, the TR1200-DT and TR800-DT includes padded arm rests to ensure lasting comfort, and clean cable management with a cable tray tucked under the desk to store your cables.

Designed from the "Ground Up" is a term we have used to describe our Treadmill Desks. To define this term we need to first have a brief discussion on how treadmills work from a mechanical perspective.

Treadmills are designed with a drive motor that is connected to the front roller via a belt. The pulley on the drive motor is much smaller than the pulley on the front roller to create a mechanical advantage. In other words, this allows the motor to spin multiple times around for every time the front roller spins. This works like the gears of a car. The higher the ratio between the front roller and the motor, the more power the motor can transfer to the treadmill belt and the easier it is for the motor to pull you as a user while you're walking on the belt.

One of the challenges in designing a quality treadmill is having strong torque at low speeds without causing the motor to run too fast at high speeds. Most treadmills typically have maximum speeds in the 10-12 MPH range. If the gear ratio is too high, this will cause the motor to spin at an RPM that will wear out the motor quickly, and this is where the discussion on treadmill quality is often centered. Better quality and larger motors will typically be able to have high torque at low speeds and then more easily run within its recommended RPM at the maximum speed.

So when we say the TR1200-DT and TR800-DT is designed from the ground up to be a treadmill desk, mechanically this means we focused on optimizing the torque of the motor at low speeds by increasing the pulley ratio between the motor and the front pulley. In return, we reduced the maximum walking speed to 4 MPH.

The result is a treadmill that can easily operate for hours at a time at low speeds without over-heating or creating excessive stress on the motor and electronics.