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Lifespan TR2000i Treadmill Review

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How long will the Lifespan TR2000i last?

The Lifespan TR2000i treadmill has a weight capacity of 300 lbs. and has as assembled weight of 198 lbs. It is built from steel with durability in mind, which is backed by Lifespan’s lifetime frame, 5-year motor, 2 years parts, and 1 year labor warranty. It has a foldable space saving frame (offering hydraulic instead of electric) that can easily move on 4 transport wheels. It is designed for light to moderate use and should provide a selective number of years to those who choose to maintain a proper care schedule on their treadmill investment.

Brief Overview

The Lifespan TR2000i treadmill is built with the budget conscious in mind and is a mixture of both quality components and just enough technology to appeal to those who need music when they exercise. Whether walking or jogging, shorter users will find the TR2000i is more than enough treadmill to suit most workout needs and is value-packed with numerous characteristics that make it a perfect machine for those starting their fitness journeys.

Overall Quality

The Lifespan TR2000i treadmill has upgraded features from both the TR1200i and the TR2000e which include a higher-powered motor and larger display screen. A 2.5 HP CD motor is powerful enough for weekly workouts while the 20’ x 56” running surface offers those with shorter strides optimal exercise experiences. The incline is a sweat inducing 15% but joints, knees, and backs will be spared painful impacts with the integrated 8 compression shock absorbers. The Lifespan TR2000i treadmill has a 7” full color touchscreen that offers 3 multiple viewing options for displaying performance information and incorporates technology allowing users to draw on the screen by dragging their finger across it to customize speed and incline programs. To keep up fitness intensities, Bluetooth connectivity allows users to listen to music while an integrated tablet holder keeps your streaming device safe. The Bluetooth should also allow connection to the Lifespan app as that option allows data sharing into other fitness apps.

Things we like

  • warranty
  • budget friendly
  • space conscious

Things we dislike

  • X
    smaller walking space
  • X
    no fan


Belt Size 56"L x 20"W
Drive Motor 2.5 HP Continuous Duty DC
Belt Type 2-Ply
Incline Motor 650 lbs Maximum Lift
Rollers 2.5"
Front 2"
Rear Rollers will decrease overall wear and extend belt life.
Speed Range 0.5 to 11 mph
Incline 15 Levels
Deck Suspension 8 Independent Compression Shocks
Deck 3/4" Phenolic with Brace
Folding System EZfold™
Transport 2 Front-Mounted and 2 Rear-Mounted Wheels for Easy Forward/Backward Mobility and Storage
Side Rails Non-Slip
Plastic Side Rails Provide Balance and Safety while Starting and Stopping the Treadmill Belt
Dimensions: Unfolded 70.7"L x 32.9"W x 55.7"H
Folded 41.2"L x 32.9"W x 61.4"H
Step-Up Height 8.25"
Weight 198 lbs
Max. User Weight 300 lbs
Power Requirements Requires a 115V NEMA 5-15 Non GFI Circuit


Frame: Lifetime Motor: 5 years Parts: 2 Years Labor: 1 Year


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The Lifespan TR2000i treadmill is designed for the budget conscious and offers commendable features that make it competitive in today’s market and is an investment for those looking to begin their fitness journey. It is a solid machine backed by both a warranty and a reputable company name brand. Lifespan is known for making similarly featured treadmills with only a few hundred dollars difference between them which makes comparing qualities optimal before purchasing. Despite this quirk, most are top notch quality, and all are competitive in one way or the other to like-compared models available for purchase in the budget-friendly range.