Lifespan treadmills are owned and manufactured by PCE Fitness – a Utah based company founded in 1994.
While not as well known as other brands, Lifespan does have a growing reputation for building well-designed machines with high quality parts.
They also get our award for the most innovative designs this year. This includes treadmills with decline, open deck design, compact footprints and automatic safety stop sensors in the belts.
Lifespan treadmills have received awards from experts like Consumer Guide, Health Magazine, Los Angeles Times and the Industrial Design Society of America.
Starting at around $799 and up they offer several starter treadmills up to the high end home and light commercial treadmills.
Lifespan treadmills are like the dark horse in the treadmill race. Not many people know about them (yet) – but they pack a very strong punch.
These treadmills are built to be more compact than other brands. They offer strong construction and lots of unique touches like a belt-sensor safety stop, speed and incline controls on the handrails, open deck design and even decline.
Given the company’s approach to building higher quality machines and deliverying prompt, reliable customer service, we think they’re going to become very popular in the near future.