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WALKINGPAD S1 Folding Treadmill Foldable Walking Pad Ultra Slim Smart Fold Free Installation Gym Running Device for Home Office Under Desk…

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  • Foldable Design — The WalkingPad S1 can be folded in halfway. Through the 2 rollers at the bottom, it can be moved smoothly in /out to/from the limited space under the desk, sofa or bed, etc.
  • Free-Installation, Two Modes of Operation — Plus and Play. M(Manuel) mode Is operated by remote control to On/Off, Sarte/Stop, Acceleration/Deceleration. A(Auto) mode is operated by the user’s footsetp to Sart/Stop, Acceleration/Deceleration
  • Footstep Induction Speed Control — By the high Precision pressure sensor in the walking treadmill, you can control the WalkingPad in high, medium or slow speed, through footstep on the front(acceleration) zone, middle(uniform velocity) zone or tail (deceleration) zone.
  • Noise Free, Comfortable Fitness Experience — With the wear-resistant anti-slip walking belt, and the noise-reduction multilayer structure, you can walk or jog comfortably at home or office, without disturbing the work, entertainment or rest of families, neighbors, colleagues or even yourself. Maximum weight: 220lbs.
  • Multiple Security Protection and Visualized Walking Data — With the child lock protection, overload protection, auto standby, and novice speed limit functions, you can rest assured to use this WalkingPad. By connecting with the KS Fit APP or through the LED light on the dashboard, you can see the data for each walk, and quantify and urge you to exercise. One-year warranty,our average response time is 12 hrs or less.

Specification: WALKINGPAD S1 Folding Treadmill Foldable Walking Pad Ultra Slim Smart Fold Free Installation Gym Running Device for Home Office Under Desk…



Maximum Speed

‎4 Miles per Hour


‎Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, Metal

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎56.8 x 20.3 x 4.9 inches

Maximum Weight Recommendation

‎220 Pounds

Maximum Horsepower

‎1 Horsepower

Speed Rating

‎0.31 to 3.72 kmph

Folded Size

‎32.4 x 20.3 x 5.35 inches

Minimum Speed

‎0.5 Miles per Hour



Item Package Dimensions L x W x H

‎35 x 23 x 7 inches

Product Dimensions

‎56.8"D x 20.3"W x 4.9"H

Package Weight

‎27.67 Kilograms

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Warranty Description

‎One year warranty

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Sport Type

‎Exercise & Fitness

3 reviews for WALKINGPAD S1 Folding Treadmill Foldable Walking Pad Ultra Slim Smart Fold Free Installation Gym Running Device for Home Office Under Desk…

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  1. chomo

    I researched under the desk and foldable treadmills for a long time. I didn’t want to be disappointed. This one I like.
    It’s pretty heavy, at least for a weakling like me, so if you don’t want to wheel it’s heaviness around the house, I recommend keeping it very near where you’ll use it often.
    It folds in two, and you need to center the belt as you’re unfolding it. You may also need to loosen the belt a bit when you unbox it, mine and others had it pretty tight and it wouldn’t push down at first. IT STILL WORKS. Just loosen it with the Alan wrench on the bottom ends. Read the instructions.
    People said their tv remote calibrated to the treadmill somehow and the volume buttons changed the speed… I didn’t have that problem.
    Top speed is 6mph. So if you like to go fast, this is not for you. NOTE for some reason for the first hour or something of use, it wouldn’t go past 3 or 4, I can’t remember. Anyway. It will go faster after a while. Idk if this is a trial period or a safety thing. Idk.
    This treadmill is narrower and I think shorter than you’re normal treadmill. So be aware of that. I’m a size 8 in shoes and I find myself unbalanced on there at times. Idk how bigger feet will do. Maybe fine, maybe not.
    Lastly, there is a feature where you can go faster or slower depending on where you are on the treadmill. Like move to the front to increase speed, Move to the back to decrease speed, and stay in the middle to maintain speed. Yeah, this never worked well for me unfortunately. So I just use the remote.
    All in all, great space saving option for a treadmill. 6mph is all I need. I’m happy with it.

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  2. mark_e

    This thing has worked great for me! It honestly was exactly what I was looking for when I decided I should be getting a little extra workout while working. I also think some of the harsher reviews here need countering.

    –I have used this for hours per weekday for a few months while working on the computer at my standing desk. It seems to work just as well as when I got it. After moving the pad around to where I stayed for the holidays, the motor did make some weird noises, but after experimenting with repeatedly turning it off and on and moving the belt around, that went away and has not come back.

    –It is quite good for burning extra calories, but really don’t think of it is a substitute for exercising and eating well…more of a supplement. Nothing replaces getting your heart rate up and muscles taxed.

    –The remote works well (I recall it was possible to set up with a phone as the remote but I didn’t bother–for security reasons, I don’t like connecting stuff to my phone/WiFi/etc. if I do not have to).

    –Manual mode is great and easily works at speeds as low as 0.5 mph, if you wanted that (I do 2-2.5mph). Adjustments are in 0.5 mph increments, so no 1.9 mph or whatever available. There is an automatic mode that adjusts speed depending on where you strike the pad, but not sure why you’d want something that speeds up and slows down on you when you’re trying to just consistently walk while working.

    –If you have not tried a treadmill desk and are wondering how doable it is to walk while you work, you do get used to it pretty fast. I only really turn it down when I am thinking hard (strangely makes one want to stand still), or when I am on certain phone or video calls where it could be distracting (it is just loud enough people will hear you using it, and of course people can see you bobbing back and forth on a video call).

    –The folding works well, and is pretty simple. (I saw a review saying that their copy of the pad gets stuck partway unfolded…all that person needs to do is just push the pad all the way flat.) It’s easy enough to use the wheels to roll it short distances; actually lifting and moving it is surprisingly heavy. There’s really no installation other than moving it into location.

    –I saw reviews of this product or another in the same line complaining about the belt getting caught in the side of the product. That’s silly. It is easy to re-center the belt–just fold up the walking pad part way so the belt goes slack and…move the belt to the center.

    –I am on the high end of supported weights, so I like to have only one foot on it (one off to the side on the ground supporting most of my weight) when it starts. I figure that helps stress the motor less by letting it get up to speed a bit without me on it. No idea if it’s necessary, but thought I’d note it.

    –I find the motor pretty quiet, but it’s still audible.

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  3. FloAnn

    Make sure to tighten the belt after set up or the belt will wander, but once done this thing works great. I’ve been told I sound like I’m in the laundry room on conference calls though, which I don’t really enjoy, but I can work around that.

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