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GoPlus 800W Treadmill Review

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How long will the GoPlus 800W last?

There are some things in this world that you wish could stick around and others that make you glad that they don't. Take a butterfly, for instance. They are so beautiful and innocent, but unfortunately, they only live a few weeks. But then there are things like your dad's gas after he eats eggs; thankfully, the smell doesn't last more than a few minutes. The 800W is more like the latter example. One of the only good things about it is that it will only last for a few minutes and then you won't have to worry about it. You will, however, kick yourself for spending money on it. Please do not try and buy a hunk of bolts like the 800W. We wouldn't even recommend standing on this machine, much less trying to exercise on it.

Brief Overview

There are beginner treadmills and then there are machines that can barely be considered a treadmill. GoPlus's 800W is one of the later machines. In accordance with the cheap price, this hunk of bolts has a strip of plastic wrapped around a frame so light that it might break if you try and stand on it. We wouldn't even recommend buying the 800W just to say you own a treadmill because this model cannot even pass for workout equipment. Please, just save your money.

Overall Quality

There are a few good things that we can say about the 800W. This machine is a little cheaper than some of the other machines that try and pass as “treadmills.” We have seen even worse machines that cost two hundred dollars- this pile of junk only costs $165 dollars. Also, these same machines weigh less than a sack of potatoes. The 800W weighs about the same as a third grader. This means that instead of falling over when you have your AC on like the other machines, the 800W will only blow away if you turn your fan on. So there’s a plus. <br _/><br _/> In all reality, we feel as though we shouldn’t even have to explain how this machine is a waste of money. But, nonetheless, here we go. For starters, GoPlus did not include a warranty. If the company wants nothing to do with it, then neither should you. Second, a fourteen-inch belt is barely even enough space for you to stand with your feet together. But if a narrow belt encourages you to not stand on the 800W then maybe we should consider it a plus. The build on this machine is so pitiful that if you do try and stand on it, will more than likely break. You would be better off spending a few hundred on a gym membership. At least then you can actually workout and even save on your electric bill.

Things we like

  • Cheaper Than Other "Treadmills"
  • Will Only Blow Away with Fan On

Things we dislike

  • X
    Cheap Machine
  • X
    Barely a Treadmill
  • X
    Waste of Money


Number of Programs Nolt Listed
Heart Rate Sensor and Type N/A
Horsepower 800 Watt
Speed Range Speed Range: 1.0 - 12 KM/H(It cannot show m/h or m/s.)
Incline/Decline Range No Incline
Weight Capacity 260 Lbs
Belt Size 14 x 40
Footprint 48 x 24 x 49
Folds Yes
Warranty N/A
Weight of Unit 70


We have said that GoPlus’s 800W is basically a big paperweight. We have cautioned users from expecting any kind of performance from machines that cost less than three hundred dollars and masquerade around like treadmills. Our reviews have said that this is one of the worst machines that you can buy with exercise in mind and that the 800W won’t even outlast a mayfly.


Simply put, the 800W does not fall under what we consider a treadmill. This price range will not allow any sort of quality and we would not recommend even standing on this pile of bolts. Please do not waste your money on such a cheap machine.