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XTERRA Fitness TR Folding Treadmill, 250 LB Weight Capacity

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Style: TR150


  • Large 16" X 50" Walking/Running Surface Accommodates Users Of Many Sizes And Stride Lengths.110V Cord/Outlet Power Source. LCD Silver / Not Backlit Display.
  • 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


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 Grade: ‎New

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

Recommended Uses For Product: ‎Residential

Target Audience: ‎Adult

Maximum Horsepower: ‎2.25 Horsepower

Maximum Incline Percentage: ‎2

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 10 inches

Package Weight: ‎51.71 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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  • 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

  • Works great!
Style: TR260
The Xterra TR260 is exactly what I wanted. It is small enough to fit where we needed it, It has all the functions that we wanted from push button incline to 10 speeds. It has lift assist. It has programs my husband will use. It is well built. It has a low deck, which is good for me. Easy to put together and build. It had all the features of a more expensive treadmill. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2023 by butterfly

  • Pretty good treadmill, beware of certain things though
Style: TR150
In short: Treadmill works really well when working properly. Support is terrible. For the amount of money we paid for this treadmill we were hoping for very few hiccups and that it would just work. Wasn't quite the case. Assembly was pretty straightforward. Parts are a little heavy so you may need assistance putting it together but I was able to do it by myself. *Important* This treadmill requires a grounded plug. I've seen reviews with this problem, if you don't have the proper outlet this treadmill WILL NOT WORK. First of all, this treadmill has a three prong power cable. So your outlet will need to have either the three holes, or an adapter. But that's not all. THE OUTLET CANNOT HAVE THE LITTLE BLACK AND RED BUTTONS. Some outlets have these little red and black buttons by the outlets. I believe the red button usually is labeled as "reset". If your outlet has these buttons... DO NOT BUY THIS TREADMIILL. Or any treadmill really. Because of the heavy motor, it will trip the outlet every single time! This needs an outlet without those little buttons in order to work. Luckily for me I had a outlet like this several feet away and an extension cord did the trick. Now comes the bad part where I had a support issue. I assembled the treadmill and turned it on. Belt ran just fine. When I got on it, every step I took the belt stopped. I tried standing it and then turning it on, started at .5 mph moved it up to 3mph. Same thing, every time I took a step or stood up normally the belt would just get stuck under me. I weigh 185lbs and even my girlfriend who weighs considerably less tried it with same results. Weight capacity is actually 250lbs on this machine. I called the support line and I get connected to what sounded like a little office in Arkansas. The rep told me to tighten the belt. With no results. He then told me to lubricate under the belt a little. With no results. He then told me to empty the bottle of lubricant under the belt and let it run for 5 minutes. With no results. I called back and got a different support rep. He had me do the same troubleshooting steps. He then sounded confused and said that it may be the electronic board. He ordered a board to come to my house and set up a visit from a local fitness equipment company. The day came where the part arrived and the technician came to the house. He was astonished that the entire bottle of lubricant was used under the belt. He cleaned it as best he could and tightened/untightened the belt. Still was getting the same result of the belt sticking whenever weight was applied. He then called the treadmill company and was put through the ringer. They didn't really believe what he was telling them. They tried to make excuses such as him weighing too much, or that the extension cord was the problem. He said that he wanted to replace the belt because of the poor direction that was given of lubricating it so much that it was soaked with lubricant. They did not want to replace the belt because it was so expensive... The technician was so frustrated and surprised at what the support team was telling him. Finally, the technician opened up the casing of the motor and noticed that a little driving belt was loose. He moved the motor a bit, tightening the driving belt. And the treadmill finally worked as it should. We walked on the treadmill and it ran fine. He said to keep it under 4 mph to prevent risk of slippage and not avoid lubricating the belt for 6 months. All this because the support team from the manufacturer gave dangerous advice. A quick Google search shows that the driving belt is a common cause of treadmill belts slipping. They should have known this. I have been using the treadmill since and it works great. Whether walking or running, it runs as it should. I will say that it is a bit loud. I have to crank up the TV really loud to hear it. Or I just use headphones. And the calorie count is way too overestimated. But other than that I do enjoy this treadmill now. It's plenty wide and long for me. I still would recommend this treadmill. It's build solid and has everything you need. But I suggest you first make sure you have the right outlet for where you plan to put it. And if you run into a problem to contact a local fitness equipment company. Xterra or whatever the company is called is a joke when it comes to support. A quick Google search shows that they are a bit subpar when it comes to quality service. Online they're listed as this address. Spirit Fitness 3000 Nestle Rd Jonesboro, AR Again, treadmill itself is good. It's support team should be ashamed of itself for giving out instructions that could harm their own product. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2020 by Tony

  • Great product and customer support
Style: TR150
My wife thoroughly enjoys the Christmas gift she got last year. When I broke a part on it late last night, I found it easy to get a hold of customer service. By 11a the next morning, I had messages from Haley who led me to Paige who was understanding and had me on my way with my new part in no time. Highly recommend for all reasons. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2023 by josephavellino

  • Convenience
Style: TR150
Finally opened it up after a week of delivery. I'm sooo lazy to get in shape. Was worried about assembly, and having to ground it. (Electricly). To my surprise, and you tube 101, it was very easy...duh! It was a workout just to haul it inside the house from the front porch. KUDOS! to Amazon delivery for hiding it behind my broken down vehicle. It came early morning. Convenience and affordable! I did my research. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2023 by Roger B.

  • Great treadmill, just has no cupholder
Style: TR260
Love this treadmill! Folds up easily, and isn’t too heavy so it is fairly easy to move around. Only reason it got 4 out of 5 stars for me is that there is not a cup holder to hold my water bottle. Other than that. It has been perfect so far!
Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2023 by Josh

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