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WalkingPad A1 Pro Treadmill Foldable

Original price was: € 500,00.Current price is: € 300,00.

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WalkingPad A1 Pro Treadmill Foldable up to 6 km/h, 932 W 1.25 HP Treadmill Desk Ultra Flat Walking Pad for Home and Office 105 kg Max

Brand WALKINGPAD
Colour Black
Product grade Home
Product dimensions 143.2D x 54.7W x 12.9H centimetres
Item weight 27 Kilograms
Material Aluminium
Maximum speed 6 kmph
Special feature Compact design, Foldable, Compact Design
Target audience Adult
  • Exercise with ease – Walking is a great way to relieve stress and relieve your back pain when sitting in one place for long working hours. The WalkingPad A1 Pro is designed with the idea of developing a compact treadmill so you can exercise at home and in the office anytime and store it anywhere you have space.
  • Ultra-slim folding treadmill – no assembly required, the walking pad is ready to use and can be removed immediately after training. With our unique folding system, it folds down to 32.5″ x 21.5″ x 5″ for easy storage under desks, sofas and beds. Transport wheels are also integrated.
  • Adaptive speed control – In automatic mode, the sensor system of the walking pad automatically adjusts the speed as soon as you reach on the ground. You can also set the speed via the remote control or the app in manual mode. The speed can be adjusted from 0.5 km/h to 6 km/h in 0.5 km/h increments via the remote control.
  • Silent and high quality – WalkingPad A1 Pro uses high-strength, lightweight aluminium. The hinges have been rigorously tested and can be folded thousands of times. The walking pad features EVA cushioning and an ultra-quiet brushless motor to make your training run smoothly and very quiet.
  • For safety reasons, the WalkingPad A1 Pro is equipped with an entry-level tutorial that you can complete in the app to increase the speed limit from 3 km to 6 km. You can also unlock the speed limit by running continuously on the treadmill for 1 km.