Below, we compare the top treadmill desks or “walking workstations” for 2017. Keep in mind that many treadmill desk reviews include under-desk treadmills can be purchased separately. Therefore, you can create the workspace you really want depending on the furniture you need. In addition, you can also build your own custom DIY treadmill desk around exercise equipment you already have. You can save $100’s, plus this DIY project is actually not difficult to do. Sometimes, people opt to make a desk and put their money toward a better quality treadmill.
|Treadmill Desks||Price||Desktop Size||Desk Height||Belt Size||Motor Power||Max Speed||Rating 1/5||Other Features|
|ProForm Thinline Desk Treadmill||48″W x 24″D||Adjustable||60″L x 20″W||2.75 Commercial Plus Motor||12 mph||4.5||Can be used for running, 12% incline, console flips down for desk, tablet holder, heart rate monitor, iFIT technology.|
|Lifespan Sit-Stand Desk & Treadmill||47″W x 37″D (standing)||Desk adjusts from 36″ to 52″ high||56″L x 20″W||2.25 HP High Torque Continuous Duty DC Motor||4 mph||4.5||
Get 2 workspaces in 1, bluetooth-enabled, larger desk may not fit in all offices.
|Exerpeutic 2000 WorkFit
Treadmill + Desk
|$674||48″W x 24″D||48″ from treadmill to desktop, not adjustable||40″L x 20″W||1.5 horsepower||4 mph||4.0||Desktop is not vertically adjustable, but can be tilted- Treadmill can incline 15%.|
|RebelDesk + Rebel Treadmill 1000||$649 + $599||48″W x 28″D||Max height 48″ from ground, designed for people 4’0″ to 6’4″ tall||49″L x 18″W||1.5 horsepower||2 mph||4.5||Desk adjusts up and down with side crank. USB ports and power outlets under desktop. Multiple compartment side organizer tray included.|
|LifeSpan TR1200-DT Desk + Treadmill||$1499||46″W x 31″D||Desk adjusts from 36″ to 56″ high||52″L x 18″W||2.25 horsepower||4 mph||4.5||Adjusts up and down with leg knobs. Foam Armrest along front of desk- Bluetooth.|
|Varidesk Height-Adjustable Standing Desk||$395 desk attachment||36″W x 29″D||Adjustable||N/A||No Motor||Desk Attachment Only||5.0||Portable, adjustable and multi-level desk that lets you put your monitor higher than your keyboard.|
|Mobile Stand Up Desk on Wheels||39″W x 29″D||Desk adjusts from 28.75″ to 42.75″ high||N/A||No Motor||Desk Only||4.5||Inexpensive, versatile workstation that includes a swiveling monitor mount, some treadmills may not fit under it.|
|LifeSpan Under-Desk Treadmill||Treadmill Only||N/A||52″L x 18″W||2.0 HP Continuous Duty DC||4 mph||4.5||Specially-designed walking treadmill includes conveniently small console is bluetooth-enabled & tracks miles walked, calories burned.|
|Rebel Under-Desk Treadmill||Treadmill Only||N/A||50″L x 18″W||1.5 HP (3.5 peak), DC continuous drive motor||2 mph||4.5||Walking-specific treadmill. Very quiet when in use, limited speed capacity.|
Why Should You Care About My Treadmill Desk Reviews?
First of all, I use a treadmill desk myself (the Exerpeutic). As you’d expect, my own experience can help other people find the desks that they want. Plus, you can even find information on how to build a treadmill desk yourself and save money.
In my opinion, the NordicTrack and ProForm Thinline models rate a close second. I say this because they are much more affordable than other versions, plus they are more compact and make efficient use of space. However, these workstations were not available when I bought my treadmill desk.
When I first started shopping for a treadmill desk, I had no idea what to expect. Could I actually walk while I worked?
With so many unknown factors, it was hard for me to justify spending $1000 for a piece of equipment/furniture. Should I simply cross my fingers hope it would work? Hence, I personally find treadmill desk reviews very helpful.
Now that I own one, I can say that I am really glad I made the purchase. I love it and use it all the time.
That said, standing desks take some time to get used to, not to mention walking while typing, etc.. Therefore, be prepared for a few weeks of uncertainty while you switch back and forth from sitting to standing/walking. Most people experience this same transition.
(By the way, I still sit and work sometimes. However, I now find that I get antsy after about an hour and want to move around.) I can’t complain about that!
Treadmill Desks have More Benefits than I Thought…
Lastly, after that initial “getting-used-to-walking-while-working” stage, I found that I stayed more active throughout the day. For example, walking at my desk helped me burn more calories and get more done both on and off the treadmill.
I hope that the information on this site helps you, especially if you are like me and want to get off your butt. =)