LifeSpan Fitness TR7000i Commercial Treadmill Review

LifeSpan Fitness TR7000i Commercial Treadmill Review

By J. Maki

Overview 

If you really want to amplify your treadmill game, then selecting a commercial grade model is your best bet. Essentially, the difference between a commercial treadmill versus a residential  one, is that the former is built for an extreme pounding. When you think of a commercial treadmill, picture what you would find in your local gym or health facility. These machines are built with high-quality materials which make them long-lasting and able to withstand the wear and tear of the serious runner who trains for long distance mileage or high intensity sprinting. With plentiful space for running with a deck of 22” x 62”, the TR7000i can accommodate the goals of any runner, regardless of his or her goals. 

What makes the LifeSpan Fitness TR7000i Commercial Treadmill unique?

While it is obvious, the sturdiness and the durability of the TR7000i, in addition to its large running path, make it an outstanding choice for those runners who train at higher intensities multiple days per week. It also comes equipped with 2 USB ports which can be used to charge devices and/or connect a device to watch a video or listen to music while you train. 

What is the LifeSpan Fitness TR7000i Commercial Treadmill missing?

To be honest, this treadmill is not missing much. However, since it is a commercial model, it does take up a significant amount of space. 

General Specifications

3 LED displays for workout metrics such as duration, speed, incline, etc., in addition to a 6.5” LCD screen

Running deck measures 22” x 62”

Maximum speed is 12 mph

Incline maximum is 15 degrees

3.5 HP alternating current motor

Preloaded with 21 training programs

Connects via Bluetooth to any app that works with Apple Health or Google Fit

User weight capacity is 400 pounds 

Model dimensions are 80.5” x 33.25” x 61”

Machine weighs 422 pounds 

Heart rate can be taken with handgrips 

Lifetime warranty for residential customers for motor and frame, in addition to 5 year parts warranty and 2 years of labor. 

Customer Feedback

“Treadmill appears very solidly built. Very stable platform.”

“It’s a solid treadmill and if you get it on sale, I don’t think there’s a better one out there. I use it 4-5 times/week and own it since 2015.”

“For what this cost I am underwhelmed!” 

What is your experience with the LifeSpan Fitness TR7000i Commercial Treadmill?

We want to know your experience with the LifeSpan Fitness TR7000i Commercial Treadmill! Please provide your feedback in the comments below and share with those considering the model. 

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