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Goplus 2 in 1 Folding Treadmill

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Goplus 2 in 1 Folding Treadmill

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Goplus 2 in 1 Folding Treadmill

Goplus 2 in 1 Folding Treadmill, 2.25HP Superfit Under Desk Electric Treadmill, Installation-Free with Blue Tooth Speaker, Remote Control

  • INNOVATIVE 2-IN-1 FOLDING TREADMILL– Compared to ordinary treadmills, our 2-in-1 Superfit treadmill has 2 modes to meet your different sports needs. When the riser is folded, it can be used as a jogging machine at a speed of 1-4km/h, so you can do other things while walking. When the handrail is raised, the running speed is 1-12km/h and you can run to reach your fitness goal.
  • POWERFUL 2.25HP — With a powerful and ultra-quiet 2.25HP motor, this Superfit treadmill allows you to walk or run without disturbing others, making it ideal for home and office use. With a sturdy and durable steel frame and multi-layer shield design, it’s shock-absorbing and noise-reducing, making your running quieter, safer and more comfortable.
  • NON-SLIP RUNNING BELT & MULTIFUNCTIONAL LED DISPLAY –The 5-layer non-slip texture running belt features a spacious running area(40″ x16″), providing an effective and safe cushion for your knees and muscles for a superior running experience. The LED display clearly shows time, speed, distance and calories, monitoring your progress in real time and keeping your movement data at a glance.
  • WITH BLUETOOTH SPEAKER, PHONE HOLDER, REMOTE CONTROL & APP CONTROL — Connect the Superfit treadmill to your phone through Bluetooth, so you can play music while you are exercising. You can also use the phone holder to watch videos or chat with friends. The remote control is convenient to adjust the speed of movement and stop instantly. Smart APP control is perfect to record exercise data and running with other users.
  • EASY TO MOVE AND STORE — The compact, foldable design and built-in transport wheels make it easy to move and store this under desk treadmill to save space. And it’s out of the box and doesn’t need to be installed.(HANDLES NEED TO BE REMOVED BEFORE FOLDING)

12 reviews for Goplus 2 in 1 Folding Treadmill

  1. Rosa F

    This item is an amazing value at $400. Assembly took minutes and I was up and walking in no time. A couple of things worth noting:
    ~ Cannot collapse if you add the side arms.
    ~ The side power plug slightly extends the width to 25″ (hey, inches matter when you’re in a small apartment!).
    ~ If you do not have the main bar up, you cannot go past 4.0 speed.
    ~ You cannot walk OR run on it without having the safety magnet plugged in.
    ~ the speeds posted aren’t really “real” treadmill speeds. I’d say there’s a 1.5 point conversion (Like, the 6.0 running feels more like my gym’s treadmill at 4.5 fast walk).
    ~ the bluetooth signal on mine just says “Media” and since it has no pairing handshake, anyone can connect to it randomly (like my neighbor one night… scared the crap out of us when we were already in bed).
    ~ Speaking of my neighbor, he lives downstairs and said that it’s not too loud… sounds like the dryer running (thin walls / ceilings in my apartment complex).
    Keeping those things in mind and what I paid, I’m very happy with this purchase during lockdown. It has kept me sane.

  2. Maryann

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     It’s perfect for what I’m I was looking for. The only problem was the handle and phone stand screws. It took me awhile to finally fit them and the phone stand screws didn’t fit as well. I end up using my own screw (smaller) fits perfect and tight enough.

  3. Olivia

    The instructions did not mention having to lubricate before first use, but mine was definitely not lubricated and started to snag after the first day of usage. To lubricate, lift the track with a screwdriver, reach under the track and empty one of the included lubricant bottles under the 2 areas where you’re going to be landing your stride. Youtube has relevant videos.

  4. R. Coughlin

    I am 75, and needed something like this. I showed a delicate young thing lifting it and rolling it around from place to place; so I figured I could manage it on my own. Ugh….delivery guy left it propped up against the garage about 5′ front the mudroom door. (I have a sign on the door requesting pkgs be left INSIDE.) Took me quite a bit of effort to get it inside the door – no handles or handholds at all on the 75 lbs big rectangle. Too tired to do more that day. The next day, attempted to get it up the 4 steps thru the front door. Impossible; so had to slice the box and straps off to reach the treadmill. So heavy, ended up putting 2 small scrapes on the frame getting it inside my home. After that, put it together, but the tread didn’t turn. A half dozen emails to the company didn’t give any definite reason – but one day, I moved it yet again, and suddenly it worked. Has worked well ever since. Fortunate, because I’d discovered that it was unreturnable for any reason!! Anyway, the purchase of longer metric screws allowed me to attach the hand holds easier – and it is working well now. Still too heavy to move well- – but it runs smoothly and quietly and is quite satisfactory now. Hoping the initial set up goes better for you all.

  5. Aaronk

    You’re probably looking at this treadmill because you need one that’s small. If that’s the case, this is a solid buy. After looking around, there doesn’t seem to be much in the market for folding treadmills, and this basic unit does the job.

    I will say this is NOT a treadmill for everyone. It is small and very basic, and if you’re a larger person who wants to lose weight or train for fitness, look elsewhere. At 6’2 and 220 lbs I’m probably the biggest person who has ever used this little treadmill to jog…it’s a little daunting. The motor and frame are impressively strong, and the belt doesn’t slide or skip even with my size/weight, but the overall size is too small for me. The unit length is actually decent (my feet don’t slip off the back when jogging), but the narrow width makes you feel like you’re going to run up on the sides if you don’t concentrate. My wife is 5’7 and the scale of the treadmill is less of an issue for her.

    Consider carefully the fact that there are NO controls on the treadmill. It means you have to hold the super tiny remote in your hand while you run and control your speed from there, because there are no spots on the treadmill to put the remote. And if you lose your remote or the batteries die, your treadmill is useless. Also what if you have to stop in a hurry? You’d better have your hand on the remote or just pull the emergency cable out. Overall this is a deal-breaking design flaw, and I can’t recommend this product on that basis. There should be at least a basic start, stop and speed up/down controls on the frame.

    With all that said, the cost is roughly half the price of full-size treadmills at the time I purchased. Also, most other treadmills say they ‘fold’, but the track just lifts up at an angle and it is still a giant piece of equipment in your house somewhere. This particular model is super compact and we fold and store it under our bed, which was the primary decision to buy this model.

    I decided to give this model 2 stars because of the lack of controls and/or storage on the handles or frame. If the handles were better with storage/controls, I could give it 4 stars.

    – Folds flat, fits under our bed
    – Powerful motor and sturdy base
    – Quiet

    – No controls on the treadmill (!!!), just a flimsy little remote
    – Narrow width means its tough to jog/run for larger adults
    – Can’t fold flat with the arm extensions in place
    – No pre-programmed routes/speeds/challenges
    – Limited display, cannot control readout

  6. TCS

    It took awhile for this to be delievred but it was quite easy to set up when it arrived. Seems to be strong and sturdy – it is certainly quite heavy! Which is a good thing – and it is quiet and works well; my stainless steel version looks sleek and it has a very low thin profile even when set up.
    My only complaint is that I bought this so I could shove it under the bed or sofa – daily. What I didn’t understand and perhaps was not fully explained on the website before I bought it, is that when safety handles are attahced you cannot fold it up. So you have to take 5 mintues every time you haul it out and before you put it away to uncrew or screw on the handles, which is kind of annoying. And you really do want to have at least one handle attached while using, IMO, cause accidents or mis-footing does happen and it really is much safer to have something to grab onto.
    Otherwise, it is a fine piece of equipment so far and is helping me keep active each day as well as control my weight.

  7. Ulrike

    I had been thinking for months to get a small indoor treadmill, ever since my office moved and I lost my “Gym in the building” convenience factor, which really hits you hard in the winter. I mean, who wants to leave their warm house and sofa to get in the car to drive to the gym during a snow storm. I didn’t execute on the idea thought until it became clear that we were all going to be confined to our homes for weeks on end.

    And am I happy I bought this. So far it’s performing well. I will say a few things (none of it will make me give it less stars):

    1. I bought it specifically to walk on, I did not buy it to run on. I think it’s fantastic for walking and it’s great to break a good walking sweat as well.
    2. The “speed” mileage thingy is way off. No question about it. As a gym goer, I am keenly aware what my walking speed is and what my running speed is. Let’s just say at 5.6 mph at the gym, I be getting into a running mode for sure….that’s my fast walk on this little darling. Do I care? No. I am breaking a sweat and I didn’t intend to buy it for running. That being sad, if you crush out mileage and are a hardcore runner, this might not be the right treadmill for you. If you are a slow jogger, you could run on this, but don’t try to emulate the 10mp speed when you get back to the gym. Wipe out potential would be high.
    3. Distance monitoring: Also a bit whack on machine, but that’s why I have my trusted fit bit.

    All in all, it does exactly what I want it to do.

    1. It seems to be well made. Heavy, but still able to move it around rather easily. 100% fits under bed or sofa. Brilliant!
    2. It is quiet! I can use it in my apartment’s spare room while watching a movie and no one can even hear me or it move. That’s AWESOME.
    3. I break my sweat and get my 6 miles a day in.

  8. Thyagi DeLanerolle

    Had trouble with remote but responsive and indicated:
    If it is on, remove the security lock, turn off the power, and turn on the power switch again.
    After confirming that the remote control light is on, press and hold the remote control start button for 1-3 seconds,
    the treadmill will issue a continuous “dididi” Sound, indicating that the remote control is successfully matched with the treadmill,
    and then put the security lock to start the treadmill.

  9. SharonF

    Item description does not mention treadmill requires 20 amp electrical outlet…typical for washer/dryer, stove, refrigerator, oven etc. Put it in the description – that is KEY information, and would be helpful to know before ordering. I have no where I can plug this in.

  10. David M.

    Quality product, but the support arms are screwed in and once attached, the treadmill is no longer collapsible without removing the cover, taking a screwdriver, and unscrewing 4 screws. That is very deceptive advertising as the pictures don’t explain that at all. As a regular treadmill, the belt does tend to slip a tiny bit as you walk at very slow speeds, but not that noticeable. I am still working on fine grain adjustments. I do wish you could switch between metric and imperial measurement, but it is metric only.

  11. Venus

    I’ve had this treadmill for 3 weeks now. So far, I can say that it’s meeting my expectations. The only downside (from my point of view) is that I’ve lubricated the tread twice, and there’s still that sound of rigidness (if that makes sense) while running and walking. Well, after all, it’s not a 2-thousand-bucks professional treadmill one can use in gyms but for staying healthy and avoiding the COVID-induced chubbiness, it’s doing its job!
    I might update my review in a few months. So, fingers crossed that I will do it for GOOD, not to trash talk it LOL

  12. Jacki-Ann M.

    I only wanted to walk to keep moving while its cold and lockdown in Canada. Nothing fancy. I’m 235lbs so I didn’t have too many options when looking for cheaper treadmills – even some expensive ones had a weight limit of 220lbs. This treadmill does stick when I’m walking but gets better as I increase the speed. I’m not sure if it’s actually supposed to hold someone who is larger? It’s working fine for now. It’s met my expectations. I’ll update in a few months time

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