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Save a whopping $540 on this ‘quiet yet powerful’ walking pad — now only $260 ahead of Prime Day

More than 2,300 five-star reviews agree that this itty-bitty treadmill is worth the spend.

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You’ve probably heard the unsettling news that sitting for too long each day is bad for your health. Studies have shown that spending large swathes of time in a car, at a desk or in front of a TV can increase blood pressure, blood sugar, body fat around the waist and cholesterol levels and potentially lead to obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and other issues.

Luckily, lifestyle changes like using a standing desk and walking when you’re on the phone or watching TV can contribute to better health outcomes.

And that’s where a walking pad like the Sperax 3-in-1 Folding Treadmill from Amazon Canada can help. It’s ideal for introducing a bit of movement into a long workday or getting in some steps when the weather’s cold, rainy or otherwise unpleasant — even if your home or office is tight on space.

Discover why more than 1,000 Amazon shoppers have bought this walking pad in the past month and shop the early Prime Day deal.

This “sleek” walking pad is a "great little machine" and has more than 2,300 five-star reviews.

$260 at Amazon

Primarily designed for walking, this compact treadmill can be used at speeds from 0.6 to 6.2 mph.

It has three modes: working mode (0.6 to 1.5 mph), where you place the treadmill beneath a standing desk; regular walking pad mode (1.5 to 2.5 mph); and running mode with a pop-up armrest bar (2.5 to 6.2 mph).

The pad comes fully assembled. To use the armrest and phone holder, simply twist the T-shaped brackets to release the bar.

When the armrest is up, use its console for adjustments. When it’s down, there’s a remote control for easy operation.

At all times, the digital display is at your feet so you can monitor your speed, distance, time and calories.

The running belt has a shock-absorbing design to reduce wear on your joints, while the diamond pattern provides grip.

Compact enough to use in a small apartment or condo, the machine is only 16.51 centimetres (6.5 inches) tall, making it low enough to be rolled under a bed or couch.

It weighs in at 23 kilograms (50.7 pounds) and measures 137.16 centimetres long and 68.58 centimetres wide (54 x 27 inches).

The maximum weight capacity is 154 kilograms (340 pounds).

It requires a nearby outlet for power.


⭐️ 4.6 stars

💬 3,100+ reviews

🔎 “Quiet yet powerful.”

“This treadmill has been a lifesaver,” says one Amazon customer, who lost six pounds after using it for 20 minutes every day for two weeks.

It’s a “great alternative” to heavy treadmills that require plenty of space in a room because it’s super “sleek” and “easy to move.” Shoppers love that it fits under a sofa or bed when it’s not in use.

Despite its petite size, the pad works for taller people (one 6’2 reviewer said the stride length was perfect), and you’ll have “no issues” with getting too close to the end of the belt or kicking the front panel. It also has a higher weight limit “than all the comparable treadmills.”

Still, most people wouldn’t go faster than a “light jog.” Why? Because it’s “a little narrower and shorter” than a standard treadmill.

Reviewers agree that it has an “easy setup” and comes “well packed with clear instructions.”

It also has “nice controls and display.”

Some users wish the power cord was longer “to give more flexibility.” It would also “be nice to have a pause button,” so you could keep your stats during a quick phone or bathroom break.

For anyone dealing with an injury or balance issue, “the hand bar provides needed support.” The belt also “glides firmly and smoothly, no sliding or slipping.”


Amazon shoppers are in almost complete agreement that the Sperax 3-in-1 Folding Treadmill is a worthwhile buy if you’re tight on space and want to increase your daily step count during work hours or TV binges — especially at its early Prime Day sale price.

However, if you’re looking for a treadmill for running, you’ll have to size up.


The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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