Goplus 2 in 1 Folding Treadmill, 2.25HP Superfit Under Desk Electric Treadmill, Installation-Free with Blue Tooth Speaker, Remote Control, APP…

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  • INNOVATIVE 2-IN-1 FOLDING TREADMILL– Compared to ordinary treadmills, our 2-in-1 Superfit treadmill has 2 modes to meet your different sports needs. When the riser is folded, it can be used as a jogging machine at a speed of 1-4km/h, when the handrail is raised, the running speed is 1-12km/h, and the speed unit could be switched between mile and km in APP.
  • POWERFUL 2.25HP — With a powerful and ultra-quiet 2.25HP motor, this Superfit treadmill allows you to walk or run without disturbing others, making it ideal for home and office use. With a sturdy and durable steel frame and multi-layer shield design, it’s shock-absorbing and noise-reducing, making your running quieter, safer and more comfortable.
  • NON-SLIP RUNNING BELT & MULTIFUNCTIONAL LED DISPLAY –The 5-layer non-slip texture running belt features a spacious running area(40″ x16″), providing an effective and safe cushion for your knees and muscles for a superior running experience. The LED display clearly shows time, speed, distance and calories, monitoring your progress in real time and keeping your movement data at a glance.
  • WITH BLUETOOTH SPEAKER, PHONE HOLDER, REMOTE CONTROL & APP CONTROL — Connect the Superfit treadmill to your phone through Bluetooth, so you can play music while you are exercising. You can also use the phone holder to watch videos or chat with friends. The remote control is convenient to adjust the speed of movement and stop instantly. Smart APP control is perfect to record exercise data and running with other users.
  • EASY TO MOVE AND STORE — The compact, foldable design and built-in transport wheels make it easy to move and store this under desk treadmill to save space. And it’s out of the box and doesn’t need to be installed.(HANDLES NEED TO BE REMOVED BEFORE FOLDING)

Specification: Goplus 2 in 1 Folding Treadmill, 2.25HP Superfit Under Desk Electric Treadmill, Installation-Free with Blue Tooth Speaker, Remote Control, APP…



Deck Length

‎40 Inches


‎Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎49 x 27 x 42 inches

Power Source


Frame Material

‎Steel Frame

Item Weight

‎84 Pounds

Maximum Horsepower

‎2.25 Horsepower

Speed Rating

‎8 miles_per_hour



Minimum Speed

‎1 Miles per Hour

Screen Size

‎2 Inches

Maximum Speed

‎8 Miles per Hour

Deck Width

‎16 Inches

Product Dimensions

‎27"D x 49"W x 42"H

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H

‎55 x 30 x 7 inches

Package Weight

‎38.56 Kilograms

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3 reviews for Goplus 2 in 1 Folding Treadmill, 2.25HP Superfit Under Desk Electric Treadmill, Installation-Free with Blue Tooth Speaker, Remote Control, APP…

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  1. Amanda Hernandez

    I will start this off by saying that their customer service is AMAZING so far. I happen to receive my treadmill without the remote, which was a major bummer because you can not use it without the remote, so I messaged the seller thru Amazon and they immediately put one in the mail for me. I messaged them early this morning and they provided a USPS tracking number by the end of day.

    As far as the treadmill, I’ll come back to edit my review once I am able to use it but so far it looks great. I am excited to see how this treadmill does as I am a plus size woman and this was the only one where I found that the max weight was 265lb; most had a max weight of 250 lb or less. I do plan on only using it for very light walks under my work desk.

    Oh, one thing I will say, my treadmill came with ZERO lubricant already on the treadmill. Not sure if many people would even read all the way through the instructions to notice that they may have to check the lubrication of the walking mat. My package came with 2 packs of lubricant and I used about half of one so far buuuut I have to wait to get my remote to see if it was enough because unfortunately I wasn’t able to properly spread it/ use it since I can’t turn on the walking pad without the remote (LOL) but I thought it was worth mentioning since it is VERY important to keep any treadmill properly lubricated.

    As far as set up, it was SUPER easy for me since I don’t plan on adding or lifting the arms as I will be mainly using it to walk under my desk and to walk you don’t need to lift the arm but based on the instructions it seems pretty easy if you wanted to lift the arm and add the extra stuff.

    Storage, I just stand it up against my wall (see image). I did ask the seller if this was okay and if this would cause ANY damage to any of the treadmills components. Per our text thread, I can store it upright and NO damage will be caused to the treadmill by doing this.

    And lastly, I will say that the treadmill was a loooot heavier than I expected LOL idk what I was expecting but it definitely caught me by surprise when I was taking it out of the box. It does have some tiny wheels at one end for dragging but I have carpet so it’s still a little workout BUT nothing too over the top.

    Anyways, I’ll come back to edit once I get my remote and can actually walk on it. I did also buy the insurance for it in case anything happens so I’m not too worried about losing.

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  2. pfictionfan4life

    **5-14-2021 UPDATE**

    I’ve had this treadmill for 5 months! (purchased Dec 11, 2020)
    I’ve put roughly 1 MILLION steps in on it!
    A few things to note:
    1.) If the remote is not working well, pop that sucker open and wiggle the battery around. It’s not super high end quality so it can get loose and slip off the contacts. Once I re-positioned it, the remote was much better at waking up the treadmill… And it’s the ONLY way to get the treadmill working.

    Added a photo of the current state of the treadmill…. It developed a squeak so I took the housing off. I like it because now I have direct access to the belt. Not recommended for people with children or pets that may get caught in it and severely hurt. My dog stays clear of the treadmill so I am not concerned. I also removed the speaker since I don’t use the bluetooth on this at all. It worked when I tried it though.

    Removing the housing also helps with keeping the motor cooler (it warms up quite a bit) and makes it easier to dust the components. Dust kills electronics. A little swiffer and some compressed air and it’s working perfectly.

    About the squeaking NEVER put lube on the belt. The belt needs to catch the pulley afterall.
    You actually want to use the OPPOSITE of lube. I spritz it with a little degreaser probably once a week and the squeak disappears.

    I walk about 3 hours a day at 3.5 speed. which equates to (for me) about 15-20k steps.

    So I go and eat pizza and drink beer and don’t feel bad about it since I’m crushing my steps every week! lol

    Like most people stuck in the rat race, I work a desk job. That’s 8-9 hours five days a week sitting.
    Even the most ergonomic chairs still just offer the same thing. Sedentary inactivity.
    I’ve got an EvoDesk that can be sitting or standing, but standing stationary is still not movement (though it’s nice to stretch and correct posture)
    The secret to Rebel Wilson’s dramatic weightloss? WALKING (along with a more mindful diet of course)
    I’ve only had my TreadMill a few days…. But I’ve used it 6 hours a day the last 3 days.
    My thoughts:
    — Build Quality – It’s well built but not super solid. It’s plastic. If you have kids or teens that are rough on stuff or are going to be banging their bikes or toys or whatever into it, it’s not going to stand up well. Mine did stand up to a trip in a Shipping truck so that says a lot lol. It has a few little scuffs but nothing serious.
    — Weight & unpacking – The unpacking was a bit messy with all the styrafoam and straps etc. The unit isn’t super large as we all know. It’s not a full size commercial treadmill. It weighs around 85lbs and was easy for me to handle. For context though, I’m a 6′ male at 195lbs. I can lift heavier things and have long arms lol. If you’re 5’0 and 120lbs you may have more difficulty moving it around.
    I do carry it in and out of my office upright when I’m not using it. It does have nice rollers at the front, I just have doorway lips to move it over.
    — Speakers – The bluetooth speakers are not great, but if you don’t have your headphones because the dog ate them, they’ll do the trick. I didn’t realize “MEdia” or whatever, was the speakers so I accidentally hooked my MacBook bluetooth to it instead of my google nest lmao. It was surprising I thought, “Where the hell is the music coming from?? OH it’s the treadmill!”. for what the speakers are, I’d give them an 8/10. But they are NOT bose or Sonos so don’t get your hopes up. In the context of what they are, they’re like laptop speakers.
    — Initial use – I have never used it with the handles up, I probably never will. I got it specifically for walking while I work. I’m walking right now actually at “3” which I think is kmg (1.8mph).
    LUBE THE TRACK – it doesn’t say to, but I would suggest getting a good amount of silicone lube under the track to keep from catching or damaging the tread belt. Sure they can lube these at the factory, but how long have they been sitting in a warehouse??? It’s likely the lube is either not effective or isn’t enough. You can’t really over lube them. I mean if you dump a gallon yes, but if any drips off onto your floor it’s a simple cleanup. I didn’t have any drippage.
    IT COMES WITH LUBE – but I did get an additional bottle that was a suggestion by amazon. I plan on lubing it weekly as I will be using it so much.
    I got the Error message everyone talks about, it’s for not having the emergency clip magnet in its spot. Since I’m not using it with the handle, I unknotted the string and put the red plastic clip directly in its spot. You can see it in the photo, it rests on the inside of the folded handle.
    Plugged it in, flipped the big orange switch and it came to life. Mine wasn’t catching or fraying, but I did slick it up before first use.
    First day I realized my phone (on my desk) and watch (on my wrist) weren’t counting steps. lol of course, because I’m not moving my arms while I walk. They are gyroscopic so google fit, or whatever app you use won’t pick up on it. I’ve since put my SmartWatch face in my sock lmao.
    – You can do that with your fitbit too! It’s way more accurate tracking leg movement than arm.
    Anyway Second day (yesterday 12/29/2020) was much better. I walked from 10am to 1pm at “3” a normal walk I would say. I had 6400 steps!!! I didn’t break a sweat, I didn’t have any pain. I did have that wobbly leg feeling when I got off though lolol. Had lunch and sat for about an hour and then walked another 6k steps from 2pm to 5pm. I did notice my non-dominant foot (left) was a little sore; I was waking in socks. Walking in shoes the rest of the day helped that. The top of my left Hamstring was also a little sore, nothing crazy… lower back and butt were a little sore too. Again, nothing crazy. Just felt like they were actually used!
    12k in change for steps and I felt pretty good about that.
    The belt does catch a little as you step on it, again, I’m not running on this thing. I doubt it would be a good running treadmill. It’s too skinny and, just, if you want a strong running marathon treadmill, save up your money and splurge on that $1200 one you’re looking at.
    All bodies are different, I’m not trying to lose weight or get stronger, or even get better conditioning; I just wanted to move my body instead of sitting all day. There’s no “goal” here other than moving and I’m doing that.
    For those who are curious there’s plenty of data out there. Walking is good for your body.
    People who are overweight or obese will find that walking is easier than cardio (obvi) so it’s a good start AND they specifically will see massive changes.
    Walking 10k a day at around 200lbs you’d be expecting around losing 1lbs a week.
    Couple that with better eating habits and proper portions, you can significantly change your life.
    It’s a good investment, You can find other walking treadmills for around $300; I didn’t mind the extra $100 for this one. You can get an EvoDesk for $700. $1,000 may seem like a lot, but realize that this is an investment in yourself. Your health will thank you.
    I’ll update my review if anything changes but right now there are no qualms with it as a great walking treadmill.

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  3. Aaronk

    You’re probably looking at this treadmill because you need one that’s small. If that’s the case, this is a solid buy. After looking around, there doesn’t seem to be much in the market for folding treadmills, and this basic unit does the job.

    I will say this is NOT a treadmill for everyone. It is small and very basic, and if you’re a larger person who wants to lose weight or train for fitness, look elsewhere. At 6’2 and 220 lbs I’m probably the biggest person who has ever used this little treadmill to jog…it’s a little daunting. The motor and frame are impressively strong, and the belt doesn’t slide or skip even with my size/weight, but the overall size is too small for me. The unit length is actually decent (my feet don’t slip off the back when jogging), but the narrow width makes you feel like you’re going to run up on the sides if you don’t concentrate. My wife is 5’7 and the scale of the treadmill is less of an issue for her.

    Consider carefully the fact that there are NO controls on the treadmill. It means you have to hold the super tiny remote in your hand while you run and control your speed from there, because there are no spots on the treadmill to put the remote. And if you lose your remote or the batteries die, your treadmill is useless. Also what if you have to stop in a hurry? You’d better have your hand on the remote or just pull the emergency cable out. Overall this is a deal-breaking design flaw, and I can’t recommend this product on that basis. There should be at least a basic start, stop and speed up/down controls on the frame.

    With all that said, the cost is roughly half the price of full-size treadmills at the time I purchased. Also, most other treadmills say they ‘fold’, but the track just lifts up at an angle and it is still a giant piece of equipment in your house somewhere. This particular model is super compact and we fold and store it under our bed, which was the primary decision to buy this model.

    I decided to give this model 2 stars because of the lack of controls and/or storage on the handles or frame. If the handles were better with storage/controls, I could give it 4 stars.

    – Folds flat, fits under our bed
    – Powerful motor and sturdy base
    – Quiet

    – No controls on the treadmill (!!!), just a flimsy little remote
    – Narrow width means its tough to jog/run for larger adults
    – Can’t fold flat with the arm extensions in place
    – No pre-programmed routes/speeds/challenges
    – Limited display, cannot control readout

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