Unsit™ Under Desk Treadmill



>> BUILT TO GO... & GO... & GO

>> 50% MORE USABLE WALKING SPACE

>> LIBRARY QUIET


🚚 Ships (FREE) in: 2-3 BUSINESS DAYS

(DESK SOLD SEPARATELY)


Meet the Unsit Walking Treadmill:


A SERIOUS TREADMILL - FOR SERIOUS WALKERS.

The first and only treadmill engineered specifically for WALKING and for use with a DESK.

In a market flooded with cheap alternatives, there has to be a walking treadmill for the serious movers of our world.

The Unsit is for the dedicated, that count their walking time in hours, rather than minutes.

For the quality seeker, that measures the value of an investment in years rather than months.

The Unsit Treadmill may not be for everyone - but for those of you that want the best out of yourself and out of the investments you make IN yourself - the Unsit is made for you.


Built to run forever, and designed with a unique short/wide footprint, the Unsit Treadmill Desk makes the most of the limited space in your home or office, with more usable walking surface where you need it and less where you don't. Now you can to use the full width of your desk, without sticking out into your office.

 


Treadmill alone explaining durability



A HEAVY DUTY TREADMILL - BUILT TO GO… AND GO… AND GO

The Unsit is built with heavy use in mind. Each and every part has been carefully sourced and designed to hold up to thousands of daily steps, for years and years of use.

> High Grade Steel + Heavy Duty Components

> Optimized for Walking Speeds

> Max Weight Capacity Over 350 lb

*Would it surprise you to learn that walking is one of the most detrimental things you can do to a treadmill? Click here to learn more about the wears and tears of walking on a treadmill




A SMALL UNDER DESK TREADMILL - BUT WITH MORE WALKING SPACE

The Unsit was designed with a unique shape that gives you more space where you need it, and less wasted space where you don’t. The result is a 50% larger walking area than the average walking treadmill.

> Wider = safer and more desk reach

> Shorter = less tripping and wasted space

> Fits users up to 6’9” tall

*Click here to learn more about the unique compact design of the Unsit Treadmill

Graphic comparing Unsit Treadmill to other standard walking treadmills side-by-side

Unsit Treadmills in an office demonstrating how quiet they are




A QUIET UNDER DESK TREADMILL… LIBRARY QUIET

Phone calls and zoom meetings won’t be a problem on the Unsit. The motor is insulated and fully optimized for walking speeds, which means your steps will be louder than the treadmill.

> Most efficient between 1 - 2 mph

> Efficiency = less heat

> Less heat = no noise

*Want to learn more about how we optimize the Unsit for walking speeds and whisper quiet sound? Click here



TRACK YOUR STEPS - WITH THE UNSIT MOBILE APP

Normal wearable devices can’t track steps if your arms don’t swing. The Unsit App pulls data directly from your treadmill, tracks everything for you, and syncs with your favorite health tracking apps:

> Apple Health

> Fitbit

> Google Health

*New Unsit App launching January-February 2024

The App from UnSit on Vimeo.

 



Unsit Treadmill Specifications:


*IMPORTANT NOTE:  The Unsit requires 39" of space between your desk legs, in order to fit the Unsit Treadmill underneath your current standing desk.  (if you don't have enough space, email us, and we can send instructions to help you widen the legs of your desk)


> Dimensions:                      39" wide x 56" 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 = 2 years

                                                Labor = 1 year

InMovement Unsit Treadmill Dimensions



Assembling the Unsit Treadmill



 


Unsit Shipping Details:


All UnSit Treadmill Desks ship from our warehouse in Indianapolis.  Orders typically ship within 2 business days, and can take anywhere from 2-10 days in transit.

NOTE: CURRENT LEAD TIMES ARE HIGHLY VARIABLE WITH ALL CARRIERS

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 for you to choose from:

  1. CURBSIDE DELIVERY (FREE)
    The Freight Carrier will deliver the pallet with your Treadmill Desk onto your property, but they are not obligated to get it inside your home or office.

  2. INSIDE DELIVERY ($199)
    The Carrier will call and schedule a time window and the driver will move the boxes inside your home or office to a room of your choice.  They may also help remove the packaging if you choose to have them do so. NOTE: In commercial office buildings the driver is only obligated to bring the treadmill past the “first threshold” of the building. They may not bring it up elevators or down long corridors. 

  3. WHITE GLOVE SERVICE ($499)
    InMovement will contract with a qualified treadmill technician in your area, ship your Treadmill Desk to them and they will schedule an appointment, assemble and install your new Treadmill Desk where you want it. The White Glove Service provider will remove the shipping carton and materials.

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.



Returns:

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. To receive your refund or credit, you MUST CONTACT InMovement via email within 30 DAYS of receiving delivery of the treadmill desk.

InMovement will setup the return shipment and arrange for pick up from your location.  Please allow for 5-10 business days for scheduling and pickup.

You are responsible for the cost of the return freight to InMovement, which varies from $250 - $500, depending on your location. 

Items must be returned un-damaged and in new condition and MUST BE REPACKED IN THE ORIGINAL PACKAGING and on the ORIGINAL PALLET.  Without the packaging and pallet, we have to send a white glove service with a custom pallet to come to your location and re-package the treadmill before returning the shipment.  This can add as much as $400 - $500 to the cost of the return.

*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*

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).


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Customer Reviews

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B. P.
Quality treadmill but bad user experience in the control pad and the app is awful

TLDR: Solid treadmill but I can't recommend it at this price point until they invest in the app (and preferably improve the control pad too).

The treadmill is pretty good thus far (~200k steps, so still pretty new). I've had treadmill desks a few times over the years, with running treadmills and a Lifespan commercial walking treadmill and the Unsit treadmill is better than both. The extra width is nice, the length is good for me at a bit over 6', and the metal siderails are better than Lifespan's plastic ones that broke easily.

The controller is a bit annoying in a few ways. You press the button in to start but depending on how you were last using it may start slow or may ramp back to the same speed you left it. It makes a loud beeping as you push or spin the wheel and has no setting that I can tell to adjust or silence this. A smaller control pad, mountable under edge of a desk, with a preset button for your usual walking speed would be better. Control panels for sit/stand desks have this figured out already and inmovement could copy this.

The app remains the worst part of the experience however. It is like they put out a MVP version of the app that did the bare minimum and have never revisited it. I'm not sure if they designed the app thinking only of commercial office users (where the treadmills are constantly changing between people), but the idea that I, the only user of this treadmill, need to regularly open the app and manually connect my phone to the treadmill to get step counts is asinine. This regularly causes me to not have my walking time counted as I either forget to connect it at the beginning of the day, or it gets disconnected sometime during the day and I don't notice. Once you reconnect, it starts logging steps from that moment but you don't get any credit for the steps while it was disconnected. Nor is there any mechanism to control the privacy of the app or export data (other than what it syncs with Apple Health, which it calls iHealth?). Want to see your steps for the previous day broken down by hour? Sorry, no way to do that. Want to see your total steps for all time on the treadmill? Sorry, can only show you the results for this year (again, no way to change the selected dates).

Hi B.P. - so sorry to hear that your experience has been anything less than great, but thank you for the feed back. The good news is that we should be ready to launch our new app any day now. We've had several starts and stops in the development process (admittedly, we're a much more experienced product company than software develoment company), but we're just now working out some final details and bugs prior to launch.

The new app should fix the need to connect via bluetooth every time you leave the treadmill, will have a new modern dashboard, and will improve the integration process with Apple, Google and Fitbit health tracking apps.

With regards to the controls - the speed should resume at the same speed you were walking previously, following short stoppages. If you step away from the treadmill for several minutes, it will resume once again at .3 mph.

Looking forward to making this better for you very soon, and I hope you'll continue to give us feedback as we go.

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C.S.
Great treadmill, terrible app

The treadmill itself is good, except it doesn't have the ability to send data to third party apps and their app is terrible and unusable. That's really the only way to track how much you use it and determine how often you need to lube it. Hope they fix this situation

Hi Charles - I just want to make sure you know that we are getting ready to launch an entirely new Unsit App any day now. We're just working through some final testing before going live in the Apple and Android stores.

The new app will update the bluetooth connection process (so you won't need to manually connect every time), will have a much better and more modern look, and will once again sync properly with Apple, Google and Fitbit tracking).

Thank you for your feedback, and I hope you like the new app!

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Mark
Game-changing for desk work

I work at a desk all day. Even with a sit stand desk historically I have tended to sit for most of the day. With the desk treadmill I’m now standing and walking for most of the day. This is a tremendous improvement, and I feel the positive effects like better focus and no soreness from prolonged sitting. I’m happy with the purchase!

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Elizabeth S.
Fantastic treadmill and desk, terrible app

I used a LifeSpan for the past 3 years. It required constant maintenance. Customer support was slower and slower to respond and finally quit responding altogether (and I still had 2 years left on the warranty I purchased). I did a bunch of research before deciding to invest in the Unsit desk and treadmill. I absolutely love them. I walk 8 hours/day, 5 days/week, and so far (3 weeks of full use) it doesn't overheat, it doesn't make grinding or whining noises, it doesn't smell like burning--it just works. We do clean beneath it every week and abide by all the upkeep recommended in the manual. I hope it will last for many years. I also really appreciate how well the desk works with it and how nice and professional they look together.

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Zachary V.
Genuinely Life Changing

quiet, sturdy, and can run as long as you want. I've started to walk about 30 - 60 minutes a day, and stand a lot more. My overall health is improving substantially.