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ONE OF A KIND DESIGN FOR PRACTICAL USE IN AN OFFICE - NOT A GYM
Work shouldn't be a choice between living healthy and making a living. Finally, there's a smarter way to walk while you work, to help boost energy & focus, reduce back pain, reduce stress & anxiety, and to help you get more done!
Designed with a unique short/wide layout, the Unsit Treadmill Desk gives you more usable space where you need it and less space where you don't, allowing you to use the full width of your desk, without sticking out into your office.
The Unsit Treadmill Desk perfect for offices, cubicles and common spaces alike.
> 55% more usable walking space
> Built to last - heavy duty commercial grade construction
> Library quiet - don't disturb your coworkers
> Ultra safe - 50% wider & unique auto shut off feature
> Bluetooth app - for tracking your steps & progress
> Sleek and simple controls
The Unsit Walking Treadmill is paired with the new Unsit Standing Desk - optimized specifically for use with a treadmill thanks to it's 54" max height (That's 3-5" higher than most other desks in the market).
The desk features a small cutout in the front edge of the desk, designed to bring more of your desk within reach.
We also designed the Unsit to make the assembly quick and easy - even for non-handy users. You don't need to bring any tools, and most of the work is already done for you.
The Unsit Standing Desk is available in 2 sizes:
*For a limited time, you can also purchase a Fully Jarvis Bamboo desk with the Unsit Treadmill. The Jarvis does not go as high as the Unsit Standing Desk, and has slightly different dimensions (48" x 30").
> Dimensions: 39" wide x 58" Long
> Walk Surface: 30" wide x 40" long
> Step up Height: 5"
> Weight: 162 lbs.
> Speed: 0.3 - 2.0 MPH
> Max Load: 400 lbs.
> Electrical: 120VAC - 60Hz - 6amp - 600 watt
> Outlet: 120VAC - 20 amp
(dedicated circuit recommended)
> Horsepower: 2.75 @ 4,000 RPM Treadmill duty
> Amperage: 1.5 @ 2MPH w/ 170 lb person
> Noise Level: 42.9 dB - ear level at 2 MPH
> Shipping Dimensions: 62" x 42" x 10" - 182 lbs.
> Warranty: Frame = Lifetime
Parts = 3 years
Labor = 1 year
> Desktop: 48" W x 24" D x 1" Thick
> Height: 28" to 54"
> Lifting Capacity: 220 lbs.
> Weight: 113 - 128 lbs. (ships in 2 cartons)
> Speed: 1.5" / second
> Electrical: 120VAC - 15 amps
> Warranty: 5 years Frame and Motor / 2 years Electrical parts
All UnSit Treadmill Desks ship from our warehouse in Indianapolis. Orders typically ship within 2 business days, and can take anywhere from 2-9 days in transit.
NOTE: LEAD TIMES ARE CURRENTLY MUCH LONGER DUE TO COVID RELATED DELAYS
We now ship all US orders exclusively with Fedex Freight (excluding Canada), to ensure that all shipments will be delivered consistently and with good care - and to give you the added benefit of full tracking transparency (most other freight carriers don't offer great shipment tracking).
There are three different shipping options at check out:
The Unsit Treadmill is packaged in a sturdy carton and strapped - along with the Unsit Standing Desk - to a custom wood pallet for secure handling by the freight company. Once the treadmill ships, we will email you a tracking number (aka; PRO number). The freight company should call you to schedule a delivery but you can speed things up by calling the freight company when you receive your tracking number and schedule a delivery date. With curbside service the truck driver is only obligated to deliver the pallet onto your property. Sometimes they will help move it all the way inside but typically they will leave it on your driveway or move it into a garage if easily accessible. (See notes about Curbside Service or White Glove Service above).
Once on your property, cut the black bands that hold the treadmill to the pallet. You can either unpack the treadmill and wheel it in on a dolly or on the treadmill’s front wheels, OR, two people can carry the whole box inside by lifting the carton by the yellow bands, then unpack it once inside. In some cases, it is better to move the treadmill in while it is still in the carton as you can drag the carton on its side and the treadmill will be protected. In other cases it is better to remove the treadmill from the carton outside and have two strong people carry and wheel it in.
We’re so confident you’ll love your Unsit Treadmill that if you’re not happy in the first 30 days you can return it for a FULL REFUND, minus the cost of shipping.
Here's how it works:
If you purchased direct from InMovement, e-mail us for a written authorization/approval PRIOR to sending the product back. To receive your refund or credit, you MUST CONTACT InMovement via email within 30 DAYS of receiving delivery of the treadmill desk.
NO RETURNS WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT PRIOR WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION.
Items must be returned un-damaged and in good condition within ten business days of receiving written authorization from InMovement and MUST BE REPACKED IN THE ORIGINAL PACKAGING and on the ORIGINAL PALLET.
(NOTE: if you have any uncertainty about keeping your treadmill, please make sure you keep the original packaging and pallet until you decide to keep the treadmill)
You must pay for the cost of the return freight to InMovement which varies depending on where you are located. Expect to pay between $280 and $500 for return freight. UnSit can help arrange for a freight company to pick up the product once it is packaged in its original carton. Return pick-ups are scheduled during normal business hours only.
Once we receive your returned product, we will inspect the treadmill and then credit your purchase using the original form of payment within five business days of receiving the product at our warehouse. Added delivery and installation fees will NOT be refunded (i.e. white glove or inside delivery).
I had a standing desk before I bought the Unsit desk and treadmill, but I didn't use it much, because I found it uncomfortable to stand for more than half an hour at a time. I bought a comfortable foot mat but even so I was always shifting around. I got interested in a treadmill desk because the movement is built in. I can certainly walk for more than half an hour. Even so, I spent a really long time thinking about the Unsit before I bought it because of the price. I eventually went for it and I'm glad I did. I usually walk for a few hours at a time with sitting breaks in between.
I don't have any trouble typing while I walk, but if I try to do really precise mouse work or write things by hand I have to use a very low speed or stop the treadmill. I don't do either of those things often so for me it's not a problem but it might be for other people.
There are a few things to note regarding assembly. First, the treadmill and desk arrive on a pallet. I got the desk off the pallet and assembled it myself without too much trouble, but the treadmill was a different story. I did manage to bring it inside and set it up by myself but I do NOT recommend it. It's 160 lbs and too wide to fit through a standard doorframe, so you have to turn it on its side. I could only do it because I was moving it thirty feet on the ground floor. You'll also have to dispose of the pallet somehow.
There's an emergency stop string with two pieces that have to be clipped together for the treadmill to start. I mention it because mine came with them separated and I thought at first I got a defective treadmill. Just a small gotcha.
The only problem I have is that, when I first turn it on, it squeaks for the first ten or fifteen seconds. After that it's fine but it's a small negative. It could probably be fixed with some lubricant but I haven't tried. Even without the squeaking, when they say it's "library quiet" they're definitely exaggerating. It's certainly not deafening but if you're in an office, rather than working from home, your coworkers will definitely be able to hear it.
Working from home full time the past year, I've spend entirely too much time sitting. I finally decided to get a standing desk and treadmill and i couldn't be happier with my unsit treadmill. I love, unlike others, there is no limit to the amount of time I can walk. My office is on the smaller side, so having the shorter profile is a huge bonus (and the white is so much nicer with my decor than black would be)
For the last 4 years I have thought about getting a treadmill desk. I researched constantly and found UnSit. I saved the link, but never pulled the trigger. The next year I would do the same. Still the UnSit came always on top. Finally, I knew that I couldn’t just save the link one more year. My only regret…why did I not do this 4 years early. This was absolutely the best decision ever.
I worked from home, long before COVID, and found myself sitting for at least 12 hours a day. Now, in the last month, I have walked over 53 hours, and 66 miles. What a difference this has made in my life. I want to be alive a long time to watch my grandkids grow-up. The UnSit is going to help me do that.
I love, love, love it! I've walked 57 miles so far all while I'm just doing my normal work. I change the speed throughout my day depending on what I'm doing. If I'm doing a lot of typing, I walk at a slower pace. If I'm in a Teams or Zoom meeting or watching a Continuing Education video or something that doesn't require typing, I pick up the pace. I've been a firefighter for 22 years and I transferred to a desk job in late 2020. I had surgery on one of my knees from an injury at a fire years ago and as I've aged I've had more issues with it. I couldn't take the physical strains of being an Operations firefighter anymore but I never anticipated how working at desk could make my knee pain worse. After my move to the desk job my knee started getting worse because I was sedentary all day sitting. All that changed when I started walking on the Unsit treadmill everyday! No more knee pain! Keeping that old injured joint moving with minimal impact was the key to reducing inflammation and pain. So thank you for designing such an amazing product! I've been recommending it to everyone I know that works at at desk.
I love my imovement … 30.000 steps daily before sitting down
Since a wekk … the treadmil makes a noise after 60/90 minutes … not sure why nor if the beginning of a problem. Occurs daily now...