Walk 2 Lose Folding Treadmill

Walk 2 Lose Folding Treadmill

Walk 2 Lose Folding Treadmill

8 reviews


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8 reviews
terryGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC

Ihave already purchased another one but need to fix old one by purchasing a motor

I would like to know how to purchase parts Phone number etc. Show details
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StewartVictoria3 posts

Good size

A reader has said she is 5ft 1 and needs a longer walker I don't understand her I am 5ft 7 and have more than enough walking room. I find the machine to be quite good in both what it can do and the price is great
gporterMetropolitan Adelaide, SA8 posts

Too short

I'm only 5'1 and I find I have to shorten my stride otherwise I'd be at risk of hitting the end of the mat.
The incline is fixed and fairly steep so it's no good for those who enjoy walking on the flat.
It's ok but honestly I'd recommend saving for a full size treadmill, this one is too short and too narrow. Show details
Happy Chappie
Happy ChappieFar North Queensland, QLD

Very happy with purchase

Purchased 14 months ago for $499 from TV Direct Shop after a heart attack.Easy to assemble used every day on slow to medium speed for 10 minutes.Didn,t try to run on machine because not recommended.Excellent choice,value for money. Show details
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AandTRGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC2 posts

Faulty product - look for something else

Purchased to keep active during Victoria's lockdown period, however, was hugely disappointed. The treadmill automatically turns on at a very high speed as soon as power's connected. The controls are non-responsive (including the emergency stop magnet) so it's either off or on at a sprinters pace.

The treadmill itself seems to be sturdy but the control panel is extremely cheap and faulty, plus all the detailing is peeling off.

Catch.com has 55 x 5-star reviews but the machine's been in my house for 30 minutes and I have already arranged a return & refund.

Would recommend spending the extra $ and getting something else. Show details

LoryMetropolitan Adelaide, SA36 posts

Horrible, rubbish, yuck

Terrible, awful, dreadful, useless! That's the nicest way I can put it!! You get what you pay for. Flimsy, weak, hard to walk on and so dangerously narrow that it is so easy to touch the side with your foot and go flying off! This product is dangerous and should not be being sold to the public. Please for your own safety, DO NOT BUY Show details
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Disappointing ProductGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC3 posts
Mem3 posts

Total waste of money

Faulty to start with and with replacement parts worked only twice more before failing.
Very disappointed with this product.
Did not run smoothly, very narrow walking surface,
You get what you pay for

Questions & Answers

Anne S.
Anne S.

Could someone please tell me how to oil this machine

Joy S.
Joy S.

Would like information on how to progamme to slowest speed for disable person

Joy S.
Joy S.  

email ( yojanor.1@bigpond.com )

Charles T.
Charles T.

How do you get it to go off safe cannot it to go


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