10 Affordable Folding Treadmills That Will Take Up Minimal Space in Your Small Apartment
If you’re like me, your home doubles as an office, a school, and sometimes even a gym. Home workouts are surging in popularity, but when it comes to cardio, sometimes all you really want to do is go for a walk or run – without having to brave the elements. That’s where things get tricky.
Treadmills can cost thousands of dollars, and while they’ve long been a gym staple, a full house or a tight apartment is no place for loud, bulky equipment. The good news? Folding treadmills are the latest innovation in home fitness, and they’re exactly what you need if you’re tired of sitting all day. If you’re on the hunt for a treadmill that’s compact, affordable, and convenient for getting in your daily steps, look no further.
Costway Superfit 2.25HP 2-in-1 Folding Treadmill
The Costway Superfit 2.25HP 2-in-1 Folding Treadmill ($310, originally $540) can fit right under your desk and is equipped with Bluetooth speakers for when you want to listen to music, as well as a quiet motor for when you need to hop on a work call. Whether you use it for running or walking, this treadmill reaches a speed of 7.5 mph.
XTERRA Fitness TR150 Folding Treadmill
For heavy-footed runners, the XTERRA Fitness TR150 Folding Treadmill ($386, originally $500) is one of the most durable options. The machine features a large running surface, accommodating users of all sizes, along with an LCD display, 12 preset programs, and an easy pull knob for convenient storage.
Sunny Health and Fitness Asuna SpaceFlex Electric Treadmill
While most folding treadmills don’t allow you to run on an incline, the Sunny Health and Fitness Asuna SpaceFlex Electric Treadmill ($823) is equipped with a 12-level auto-incline and can reach a speed of 8 mph. Oh, and it’s rose gold, too.
Ancheer 2-in-1 Folding Treadmill
If you’re worried about multitasking on a desk treadmill, you’ll love the extra safety features of the Ancheer 2-in-1 Folding Treadmill ($350). It has a built-in safety mechanism that won’t let you start the treadmill unless the safety clip is attached, and it comes with a wrist-mounted remote control and detachable handrails for additional support so you can do your work (and work out) stress-free.
LifePro Folding Treadmill for Home
Reaching a speed of 9.9 mph, the LifePro Folding Treadmill for Home ($750) is one of the fastest on the market. Though it’s on the heavier side due to its metal frame and shock-absorption system, this treadmill still folds up for easy storage.
Goplus Ultra-Thin Electric Folding Treadmill
If space is a higher priority than speed, the Goplus Ultra-Thin Electric Folding Treadmill ($320), which reaches a maximum speed of 5 mph, is probably your best option. The design is so lightweight and sleek that you can stow it underneath your bed or up against the wall whenever you finish using it.
Rhythm Fun Under Desk Treadmill
Intended specifically for use under a desk, the Rhythm Fun Under Desk Treadmill ($599) has a minimalist aesthetic. It reaches a speed of 5.5 mph, which will more than do the trick if you want to burn a few extra calories while you work.
Julyfox Home Folding Treadmill
For a mini version of a traditional full-capacity treadmill, the Julyfox Home Folding Treadmill ($350) is your best bet. Equipped with a heart-rate monitor, an LCD display, 12 presets, incline, and a speed capability of 7.5 mph, it’s hard to believe this treadmill can be folded and stored in one step.
Urevo Foldable Treadmill For Home
The Urevo Foldable Treadmill For Home ($360) arrives fully assembled to save you time and energy, and it has folding handlebars and wheels in the front to allow for easy mobility and storage. With a recommended maximum weight of 260 pounds, this treadmill reaches a speed of 7.5 mph.
Redliro Folding Treadmill
The Redliro Folding Treadmill ($314, originally $360) is easy to assemble and fold, yet its steel frame makes it one of the most stable folding treadmills. If you prefer tracking your walking or running distance in kilometers, this treadmill is perfect, as it displays measurements exclusively in the metric system.
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