It is quite easy. The complete Treadmill Desk is packed in two separate boxes – being the treadmill in one and the desk in the other. There is no assembly for the treadmill and is ready to plug in and go. The desk section has a few simple tools supplied to basically put together. Attach the cross beams to the leg uprights, connect the desk area and plug to the treadmill. After 15 minutes you should be ready to go!
Most daily tasks normally performed at a conventional desk can be done while walking on the treadmill desk. The armrests act as padded support and are used to stabilise your arms so it makes typing and surfing the internet easy. You can talk on the phone, we do suggest hands-free to make talking on the phone completely natural. Handwriting is fine at the slower speeds. You can also use the pause button to stop if you prefer to carry out tasks with no movement. The Treadmill Desk than becomes a stand-up desk for that period. When you are ready to continue walking on, hit the start button and off you go. You won’t lose your workout data either.
Definitely, the treadmill desktop can be altered to levels to suit people from 4’10 to 6’8”. The machine overall is built in a very sturdy fashion and can hold up to 135kg, so purpose built for people who are targeting weight loss.
It has been built with your co-workers being close by in mind. People can carry on a conversation without noisy machine interrupting. Decibel level s depend on the speed you are travelling at.: 1 kph is 45 dB, 2 kph is 50.1 dB, 3 kph is 54.2 dB and 6kmph is 59.8 dB. For example, at 3 kph the treadmill desk is less noisy than a fridge and at 6 kph is quieter than an air conditioner.
No. It doesn’t incline mainly because incline would change the working levels and have a negative effect on posture and natural movement. We encourage performing more exercise as well as using the treadmill desk. Treadmill desk is primarily used to prevent people just sitting in prolonged static positions.