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Style: TR150


Features

  • 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

Description

XTERRA Fitness provides everything you require to reach your fitness goals in the TR folding treadmill. Offering a wide variety of workout programs, you can now realize your health and conditioning ambitions. Thanks to its sturdy frame and powerful motor, the TR150 and TR260 treadmills are built to keep up for as far as you can push yourself. The widescreen LCD display enables you to easily monitor information such as your pulse, speed, distance, time, and calories burned. Hand pulse sensors are conveniently mounted on the handlebars to keep you in your training zone. XTRASOFT deck cushioning technology provides maximum impact absorption, minimizing the stress on your joints and providing a more comfortable workout. Accessory holders are integrated into the console to conveniently hold your phone, water bottle, remote control, and more. When your workout is complete simply fold up the deck and move it out of the way with built-in transport wheels for easy storage.


Brand: ‎XTERRA Fitness


Color: ‎Black


Product Dimensions: ‎63.4"D x 28.75"W x 51.4"H


Item Weight: ‎97 Pounds


Material: ‎Alloy Steel


Maximum Speed: ‎10 Miles per Hour


Special Feature: ‎Foldable


Maximum Horsepower: ‎2.25 Horsepower


Assembly Required: ‎Yes


Display Type: ‎LCD


Power Source: ‎Corded Electric


Number of Programs: ‎12


Included Components: ‎XTERRA TR150 treadmill, hardware, assembly instructions/owner's manual


Maximum Weight Recommendation: ‎250 Pounds


Deck Length: ‎50 Inches


Deck Width: ‎16 Inches


Speed Rating: ‎0.5-10mph (1-16 Kph)


Screen Size: ‎5 Inches


Item Package Dimensions L x W x H: ‎66 x 30 x 9.5 inches


Package Weight: ‎49.9 Kilograms


Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎63.4 x 28.75 x 51.4 inches


Brand Name: ‎XTERRA Fitness


Warranty Description: ‎Manufacturer Supplied


Model Name: ‎Fitness Folding Treadmill Black


Suggested Users: ‎unisex-adult


Number of Items: ‎1


Manufacturer: ‎XTERRA Fitness


Part Number: ‎TR150


Model Year: ‎2017


Style: ‎TR150


Sport Type: ‎Walking


Date First Available: January 1, 2017


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  • Impressive, solidly-built compact/foldable treadmill with integrated Bluetooth FTMS 4.0
Style: TR260
The Xterra TR260 is an excellent compact treadmill with more features than competitors in its class at a reasonable price. I originally bought one machine for my better-half as a Christmas gift and after a week of use, we were so impressed, we bought a 2nd unit for us to work out together! Please note, we are in no way affiliated with Xterra Fitness or its sister brands (Sole or Spirit)... we simply want to share our experience working out with this fine product. If you wish to know only the highlights: PROS (many): - Excellent feature-set and build quality for the money. Exceptional value for a sub-$1000 treadmill. - Bluetooth FTMS 4.0 connectivity lets you connect *directly* to popular fitness apps like Kinomap and Zwift. - 10 degrees of automatic/power incline (superseding little sibling Xterra TR150 model) with 10-mph max speed. - Solidly-built frame, handrails and posts using quality, heavy-gauge steel. - Super sturdy, stable deck with 16"x50" area ideal for people under 6' tall weighing less than 200 lbs. - Well-designed console with easy-to-read, always-on, blue backlit LCD and accessory/book/tablet holders. - Quality 2.25 HP continuous-duty a/c motor with heavy 14 AWG power cable to deliver safe/steady current to machine. - Quiet operation with silky-smooth speed and incline changes and comfortable deck with good shock absorption. - Compact, slideable and effortlessly foldable due to hydraulic rod attached to deck. - Relatively fast and easy assembly with included Allen wrench and bolts/washers. - Perfect balance of a small form-factor treadmill incorporating the most useful and practical features. - True commercial-quality feel due to parent company, Dyaco, manufacturing high-end commercial treadmills for years. CONS (few): - HEAVY due to high-quality steel components; requires at least two people to carry into workout room. - Requires some patience and care when pulling console power cable through steel posts during assembly. - Books or tablets placed on integrated horizontal rack will likely cover up LCD screen during workout. For a more in-depth review of the TR260 treadmill... The TR260 model is compact enough for two machines to fit side-by-side in a 30 square-foot area (we placed ours in a 5'x6' corner space in our family room) and requires little assembly. Two vertical steel posts that support the digital console and handrails above the treadmill deck are the only parts needing to be attached; a rather easy process with the included Allen wrench and bolts/washers. One very minor quibble: the digital console's power cable is pretty thin and must be inserted and pulled through the center of the right vertical post to connect to the accompanying cable on the electronic circuit board; a bit of care is needed to safeguard against cutting or tearing the cable during this process (there are some slightly rough edges of the threaded holes on the inside of the post where the bolts hold the console in place). It requires a slow, easy motion to slide the cable away from these areas to avoid severing it. The cable itself is a little tight and awkward to push into the steel post initially; some patience is required to gently weave the cable back and forth while pushing it downward toward the treadmill deck. The assembly instructions do a decent job of illustrating this point but it would be better if Xterra made this process simpler (e.g., filing the threaded holes on the inside to eliminate their rough edges and/or design a dedicated slot for the console's power cable to seamlessly slide through). Although I assembled both machines without any assistance, having two people handle this particular step is ideal. Overall, the assembly of both machines went smoothly and took about 30 minutes total (15 minutes or so for each). Also, this particular model, the TR260, is solidly-built and uses heavy steal for the posts and deck; it packs a LOT of weight in a compact frame (well over 100 lbs) and will likely require two or more people to carry the treadmill into the room it will be used in. The treadmills we received were partially lubricated from the factory, but it's highly recommended to use the included silicone lubricant on the deck before first-use. While we've used treadmills for years at the gym and in fitness rooms, these are the first treadmills we've ever owned. If you are a first-time buyer like us, please do an online search on "how to lubricate a treadmill" and "how to adjust a treadmill's belt." There are excellent videos detailing the process and the methods apply to nearly all treadmills (the TR260 model, included). A good rule-of-thumb for proper treadmill care is to lubricate approximately every 90 hours of use (or roughly every three months assuming a one-hour daily workout). Regular/weekly vacuuming on and around the treadmill (especially the deck and belt) is important to minimize dust and debris build-up. Monthly vacuuming of the drive motor and components under the "hood" (a compartment located under the console and at the front of the deck) is essential to prevent excess wear and damage. One of the nicest features of this particular TR260 model is its support of Bluetooth FTMS 4.0. The FiTness Machine Service protocol (or simply FTMS) is the latest Bluetooth standard used to control fitness equipment such as treadmills, training bikes, and rowing machines. Many expensive, high-end treadmills support FTMS, however, they are significantly heavier and much larger and bulkier than the TR260. As of this writing (January 2023), I'm not aware of any compact treadmill that supports FTMS and this greatly limits a treadmill's ability to connect to third-party fitness apps. Two popular apps we wanted to use our treadmills with are Kinomap and Zwift. These let you walk, jog or run to live videos of real-world locations (famous beaches, national parks, mountains, etc) or simulated, virtualized worlds simultaneously with others throughout the globe. Since the TR260 implements FTMS, it connects directly to both of these apps and communicates your current walking speed, incline level, distance traveled, heart rate, and power/watts as you workout. Better still, the speed of the video or simulated world you're walking in adjusts dynamically to your current treadmill pace; the faster you walk, run or jog, the faster the video or simulated trail moves on the app (displayed on your cell phone, tablet, PC, or big-screen TV). Slowing your treadmill pace results in the video/simulation slowing down as well. Also, Kinomap is able to automatically control the level of incline based on the terrain of the real-world video footage you're working out to. We took a modest 3-5 mph walk up the "Alhambra of Granada Walk Trail" in Spain. As the elevation gradually increased along the trail, the Kinomap app adjusted the TR260's incline level from zero to about four or five, then as the grade steepened even more, the incline reached around nine or ten. As we approached areas of descending trail, the incline levels were reduced accordingly. The ability of the TR260 to interact with these two apps really motivated us and greatly increased the effectiveness of the workout. We didn't feel as if we were merely walking on an exercise machine in a boring, monotonous routine; we had the sense and feeling of actually being on this beautiful, world-famous trail; it was most engaging and the time flew right by! The automatic incline adjustment has a dramatic affect on the challenge of the workout. Our leg/calf muscles and heart rates really felt the impact from this excellent virtual walk. The TR260's support of FTMS makes this type of interactive treadmill experience possible. Even for those who are not interested in using the Bluetooth FTMS feature, the TR260 excels as a compact treadmill all on its own. It features 12 pre-programmed workouts with varying paces and automatic incline levels; the higher-level programs will really push most users and require a transition from brisk walking to fast jogging or modest runs. The top-speed of 10 mph is faster than most people need (and not present on many compacts) but is available for those who want to run a 6-minute mile. The top-incline level (of 10) is great for building muscle strength and tone. The incline motor is relatively quiet and silky-smooth. While the incline motor is audible, you barely feel the change of the incline or the motor itself as it adjusts the slope of the deck; its subtle while it's happening, and you really only sense the grade-change shortly after the deck reaches its new incline setting. This allows the incline adjustments to happen quietly and unobtrusively in the background and will not distract you from (or interrupt) your workout. Similar aspect with speed changes; changing the pace from, say 4 mph to 2 mph results in the belt speed transitioning smoothly and gradually; you won't feel the pace sharply drop 2 mph at once, it will occur gently and in the "background" so as to not disturb the fluidity of your workout. The digital console is streamlined and well-designed. The LCD is easy to read with a pleasant blue backlight that gently glows the entire time the machine is on. It shows the essential information at a glance (speed, incline, heart rate, distance traveled, workout time remaining, Bluetooth connectivity, etc.) and the workouts can be paused and resumed without losing the current workout statistics. The console buttons are comfortable to push and a soft beep emits to indicate a speed, incline, or program change. The inclusion of speed/incline buttons on the treadmill's handrails, as well as numbered presets on the console itself, make these adjustments convenient and hassle-free. It became apparent, after having used the console for several workouts, just how extensively tested and refined these features are. Xterra put a lot of thought into the finer details such as the overall layout, ergonomics, and concise placement of information; the console is not cumbersome or clunky at all and doesn't "get in the way" of your workout, it effectively coordinates with it, giving you the current status of your session and configuration of the machine. There are also two accessory holders to the left and right of the LCD (great for remotes, water bottles, etc.). About the only minor issue we encountered is the integrated "rack" that runs horizontally just below the LCD screen. It allows you to hold a cell phone, tablet, or book. During our workouts, we place our 5" cell phones on the left side of the rack which leaves enough room on the right side for the LCD screen to remain visible. Unfortunately, tablets or books will likely cover up the LCD. A slightly better design from Xterra would be to integrate the rack further below or above the LCD so larger items do not obstruct it. Fortunately, there are an endless supply of 3rd-party accessories to better address this sort of thing. You can only squeeze so much utility/space from a compact unit and this is an acceptable tradeoff. The treadmill deck is comfortable and very quiet. Very tall or heavy people (over 6' or 200 lbs) may find the 16"x50" surface area a bit cramped, but anyone shorter or lighter than this will have plenty of space for walking and modest-paced jogging (4 to 8 mph). We are both 5' 4", 140-145 lbs and the form factor of this treadmill is perfect for us; we never need or want more deck width or length to accommodate our strides. We've used our TR260s many times since we've owned them and never felt foot fatigue, cramping or nerve compression, even while wearing slippers or socks, the deck is soft and plenty shock-absorbing. It doesn't "give way", shake, or wobble during our sessions - the deck is stable and supportive, even on a high-pile carpet which we have the machines placed on (with protective mats directly underneath the units). The TR260 folds and unfolds effortlessly (and "weightlessly") thanks to the hydraulic rod attached underneath the deck. Once folded, the machine also slides forward or backward to be stored against a wall or in a corner area. It does not fold completely flat but rather into a "V-shape" so the folded deck will protrude about 30-45 degrees from the frontmost edge of the machine. The handrails, console and base legs will also extend roughly two and a half feet (28 inches) from the wall or corner. If you plan on sliding the TR260, it's recommended to have a decent treadmill mat or low-pile smooth area rug under the base legs; the wheels are quite small and do not slide easily directly on a medium-to-high pile carpet. On a firm/solid surface, the treadmill slides just fine. The 2.25 HP continuous-duty a/c motor handily keeps up with the modest-to-fast speeds the treadmill is capable of. The included beefy 14 AWG power cord accommodates the steady and peak wattages required to drive the motor stably. When we're walking at a gentle 2 to 3 mph pace, the machine barely breaks a sweat pushing the belt over the deck; we haven't once sensed the motor straining to keep up with our pace or that our weight bearing down on the deck was stressing the unit. Just the opposite! The TR260s push us to our max and have plenty of vim and vigor ready to push us all the more if we want! Truly, we will never become fit enough to ever work these treadmills beyond their limits. They are built to provide much more power and speed than we'll ever need. They are rugged, built for daily use, and should last for years if properly cared for. Overall, this is a truly well-thought-out treadmill and an excellent value for your money. The TR260s provide the most important treadmill features in a space-saving compact/foldable frame. The Xterra brand is owned by parent company Dyaco. They also own the Sole and Spirit Fitness brands which are well-regarded in the exercise community. We own a Sole elliptical which is also of excellent quality. Dyaco manufactures high-end gym equipment and many of the features, materials, and quality-control of their commercial line have been incorporated into the TR260 treadmill for the home. If you want a solidly-built, sturdy, foldable/compact treadmill with a capable, quiet motor, challenging feature-set, and excellent integration with third-party fitness apps (via the Bluetooth FTMS protocol) at a reasonable price, the Xterra TR260 is a great choice! Thank you for reading! If you enjoyed this review, please click the "Helpful" button below, so others may benefit from it too. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on January 26, 2023 by TechWizard

  • Extremely happy with the Xterra TR150!
Style: TR150
This review is written less than a week since arrival (10/6/22). I will update later if needed. I considered treadmills between $1k & $2.5k (it was a health investment after all – and “you get what you pay for”, right?), but every time I’d decided on one, there were enough negative reviews to keep me from buying. I eventually decided to start looking at lower priced models (if it’s going to break, I’d prefer not to have so much money invested). The Xterra TR150 seemed to be the best choice for my needs, so I bought it before I could change my mind once again (you know what I’m talking about). FYI, I’m 68yo female, 5’ 3.5”, 120lbs, relatively fit but not strong. • At around 100 lbs, weight is sufficient to imply that it’s solid, but manageable (vs 200-300 lbs I previously considered). I’d never have been able to manage one much larger. • The smaller footprint allowed me to keep it on the main level of the house. If I’d gotten a more substantial treadmill, it would have had to have a spot in my unfinished basement. On the main level, I’m confident it will be utilized more. Like the weight, the size makes it easier to manage. • If I’d gone with a higher priced, fancier, bigger, heavier treadmill, I’d have had to pay to get it into the house and probable pay someone to assemble it. • The lack of bells and whistles means less to go wrong. • The simplicity of design should make maintenance and troubleshooting easy. • Xterra has plenty of support for the customer via the webpage. I’ve not had to utilize calling anyone, so cannot speak to that. • It was ridiculously easy to assemble. The hardest part was getting it out of the box due to weight. • PROGRAM: I could find no documentation/videos that describe in detail what speeds each program level involve, and like some other reviewers, I was a little hesitant to use. Try starting with Program 1 to get familiar with using it and understanding what the graphs (are trying to) convey. Program 1 starts off VERY low (1.2, I think) and its maximum speed is 3.1 (intervals of .5, 1.2, 1.8, 2.4 & 3.1). That will give you an idea of what to expect. You get 3 beeps to indicate the rate is changing, the new rate will display and then start to change. If that rate is too high, you can select the “speed” button to decrease – or just “stop”. You can change speed at any time during the program by selecting the up or down “speed” button. • MANUAL INCLINE: The trade off in manual vs. auto incline is worth it to me (and, yes, the manual incline levels are very minimal). You are paying MUCH less and it is less wear and tear on the treadmill motor and associated mechanisms. Yeah – it’d be fun to have all those programs that simulate walking/running outdoors, but not worth it to me. • There is a great series of unaffiliated videos on YT that were invaluable to my decision (todd’s garage). You’ll find assembly, lubing, maintenance, track adjustment, etc.. • A review or two mentioned electrical shock. I’m speculating that perhaps it was static from walking on the track. I had a couple of static shocks when reaching for the heart monitor with a certain pair of shoes (have wood floors – no carpet) – didn’t experience it with two other pairs of shoes. (UPDATE** static shock can be an issue with ALL treadmills (and electronics in general) - search online for various solutions/preventative measures) • The emergency stop key design on the TR150 is perfect. I’ve read other treadmill's reviews that criticize design of theirs (won’t stay in, too hard to get in, etc.). • Folding treadmill: I was worried about not having a lowering assist to soften the landing when lowering. However, once you lift it up, you know what weight you’re dealing with – so just make sure you’re ready to support it while lowering. Just think of it as an addition to your workout. :-) It’s easy to get the pin in and out to prop it up or let it down. There was review somewhere that mentioned the pin failed and the treadmill fell – I really don’t think that is possible if the pin is properly seated. I’m pretty satisfied with the TR150’s design. • The ledge for holding devices will not hold my chromebook (width is not an issue since it’s open on the sides – it’s the depth). It will hold my kindle fire. The ledge depth is 1/2 inch. I kind of figured this when ordering, so no big surprise. Obviously, utilizing the ledge means your device is covering up the display. Not a deal breaker by any means, but adding a support arm/bracket to hold device above/beyond the display would be a great improvement IMO. • UPS actually brought it inside the house for me (he went above and beyond – maybe in part because the box was a battered mess). The battered box perhaps speaks to the build quality of the treadmill. I really expected to have something broken or electronics not working. No problem whatsoever. As with ANYTHING you buy, sometimes it’s just luck of the draw. However, there are plenty of folks reviewing that are happy with the TR150. I am very happy with my decision to buy the Xterra TR150. No buyer’s remorse here (other than seeing a price drop on prime day :-))! **Update 11/27/22: Still just as happy. **Prompted to lube once. I think lubing is done in the area where your feet are hitting (reason for specified lube pattern), so think in terms of that when you are lubing. **Bought ar-pro rubber pads (4”x4”) for wood floor - glad I didn’t get a mat. **I never use the “programs” after trying them out. I hit “start” and then use speed buttons. So glad didn’t spend more for one with fancy programs. **I use it daily (walking only - 3 to 4 mph), from 20 minutes to over an hour depending on how active I am otherwise. **I parked the treadmill facing a corner and added a cheap 24” wall mounted R**u TV. Treadmill display visible, and makes getting in the walking very pleasurable. **HR monitor iffy – I think most HR monitors can be unreliable, so not disappointed with that tech on this treadmill. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 8, 2022 by BASC BASC

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