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XTERRA Fitness TR150 Folding Treadmill

(6 customer reviews)

$385.17

XTERRA Fitness TR150 Folding Treadmill

Last updated on 28/01/2022 6:59 pm Details

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Description

XTERRA Fitness TR150 Folding Treadmill

  • Large 16″ x 50″ walking/running surface accommodates users of many sizes and stride lengths
  • Intuitive 5″ LCD display is easy to read and keeps you updated on speed, incline, time, distance, calories and pulse
  • 12 preset programs and 3 manual incline settings offer unmatched variety for your workouts
  • Easy pull knob releases the deck to fold or unfold for convenient storage when not in use

6 reviews for XTERRA Fitness TR150 Folding Treadmill

  1. Jeffrey J.

    First time buyers – this review is going to help you make the right decision:
    I got the TR150 and it has definitely exceeded my expectation. The thing is my first purchase was a Weslo Cadence G 5.9, obvious choice since it was the best seller in the treadmill category and the price was in the range I was looking for. However, being a first time buyer, my thought was these home fitness equipment should be as sturdy as the ones in the gyms, but I could not be more wrong. So from my experience, hope those looking to purchase a folding treadmill, definitely read on regarding why I feel the TR150 is the right and best choice for a treadmill in this price range.

    First off, I’m 6’2” 200 lbs and my wife is 5’5” 145 lbs and we both regularly use this treadmill for our cardio exercise without any issues. The machine itself is quiet, but of course when you are running on it, it’s going to be a bit louder, but I’m still able to watch the TV at normal volume even when I’m running at my top speed of 9mph (it goes to 10). I love the fact that it has an accessory holder rather than just an open space for you to put things because when I’m running fast, I don’t have to worry about my water bottle falling down or have fear that it’s going to tumble on to the deck and potentially have me stumble over it.

    My wife really loves the large display as compared to Weslo’s as well as the 3 incline settings (as compared to only 2 for weslo). She’s more of a walker/jogger, so she pays more attention to the display than I do since it has graphic that circles around and makes her aware of when she has finished a complete lap. One detail that I really like is that the heart rate monitor is part of the two handle bar on the side rather than a thumb. When I use to run on the Weslo, it was a bit hard to run and know my heart rate as I would feel out of balance, but with the TR150, I can just grab the handle bar while maintaining my foot speed without any problems.

    I’m pretty surprised that there are no reviews yet for this product, but given all the functions that it comes with, and how sturdy it is, I definitely feel TR150 will give you more bang for your buck for those looking to give it a try.

  2. Margo Rizzardini

    I have had this treadmill for 2 months now and have used is for 45 minutes almost every day. I am a 78 year old woman whose experience with a treadmill has been limited to using the commercial grade treadmill in our community clubhouse.
    This treadmill, while not comparable to the $2K commercial grade treadmill, certainly does everything I need it to do.
    It is very quiet and does not interfere with the TV if I’m watching it. It is sturdy and well constructed.
    There is a ledge for an iPad or Kindle should I wish to read while walking.
    And at the end of my walk, I know how long I’ve walked, how far I’ve walked and how many calories I’ve burned. I can also monitor my heart rate as I walk.
    I was initially going to pay for someone to come out to assemble it, but after reading reviews, decided my husband and I could do it ourselves. Believe me, there is no need to pay to have it assembled. It was a breeze and took us less than an hour.
    All in all, I would definitely recommend this treadmill to anyone looking for one that is no-frill & low price.

  3. J chaudhari

    It is amazing experience

  4. AmazonCustomer

    Very compact, good price and works well. Although, it is disappointing that this unit will not automatically turn off unless you press clear at the end of your workout until the timer shows zero. Only then would the display turns itself off after about 30 minutes, otherwise it’ll stay on until you clear the timer. That is pretty amateurish in this day and age.

    The plastic used in some parts is not great. The cover at the back corner broke when the sole of my shoe brushed against it because I took too long of a stride, I did not step on it, but it broke anyway. The warranty service was good, and they sent me a replacement part promptly.

    It would be nice, and I would pay a little bit extra if the screen had backlighting, but I don’t hold it against them.

  5. kate

    Update: so it’s been a few months, and it’s still going strong! After about two uses, the LED screen stopped working. It would quickly just fade to black, so it was useless. Thankfully, the treadmill works just fine without it. I just use a watch to track the time, and I never trust treadmills to track calories anyways. I had contacted support for warranty and they said it’d be about 3 months for a new part to arrive, but it never came. No biggie. As I said, it works fine without. For such a cheap treadmill, it doesn’t surprise me that something stopped working so quickly. I’m just glad it was the screen and not something more important.

    Didn’t follow delivery instructions, but that’s on Purolator and not Xterra. Just figured I’d mention it, in case anyone else was relying on delivery instructions. We live in the basement and asked them to deliver to the back door (easy to access), and yet they still delivered to the front door. Being over 100lbs, it was a pain in the butt to carry through the snow just to get it to the back door.

    On that note, it’s HEAVY. Took two of us to get it inside and down the stairs. If you’re a weakling like me, get at LEAST one other person who is strong to help you out. The weight Purolator weighed it as was 114lbs. Plus, the box doesn’t have any handles or really anywhere convenient to grab it.

    As for assembly, it was very, very quick and easy to assemble. Took me about 20mins total to unbox it and put it all together. I haven’t tried lubricating it yet (says to do that after about 90hrs of use), so we’ll see how hard that is when I get to it.

    Looks nice, runs smoothly. Fairly quiet. It is rather small (particularly skinny), but I don’t sway much while jogging so I am not overly concerned about it. I actually bought it because it is small, and I didn’t want it to take up too much space. It is very easy to fold up, which is nice.

    Overall, I am very pleased with it. Not pleased with Purolator, but the treadmill itself seems nice.

    I will update this review in a month or two, based off of how well it’s performing. I have read that some develop error codes and become useless after a while, so we’ll see if the same happens to mine or not.

  6. Heather Garrison

    2-22-2020

    This treadmill has totally surprised me! Two years later and it still functions perfectly! The motor still sounds as new as the day I assembled it, the tread still moves smoothly, and all the buttons and programs still work flawlessly.

    Definitely a fabulous bang for your buck!!

    Original review below:

    Treadmill arrived late last night … late as in time of day, it actually arrived a day ahead of schedule…outer box was in mostly good condition with only one small rip —- pretty awesome for UPS!

    Assembled it tonight … assembly instructions were clear and concise, with both written and pictorial instructions … assembly was EASY PEASY!! I did have someone to hold the console section while I connected the wires, that helped a lot.

    I was worried because one of the electrical connections had broken in half, but all the wires were intact, still wrapped in their protective coating with no raw wires showing and I was still able to snap the connections together properly.

    Plugged it in and got an error message .. turns out that in my eagerness I had forgotten to plug in the safety lanyard! 😝. I have my toddler and infant grandbabies here a lot so I actually LOVE that it won’t work without the safety lanyard attached!!

    Once I connected the safety lanyard it started right up and I was a walking fool!!

    I will use it for a couple weeks and update with a performance review!

    For now, out of five possible stars:

    Ease of Unpacking … ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

    Clarity of Instructions: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

    Ease of Assembly … ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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