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|265 lbs||3.0 HP,|
0.5 - 8.7 MPH
The UREVO URTM003 is one of the treadmills released in 2021. It’s actually an improved version of the previous model featuring a slightly wider running surface. It’s a fairly small, foldable treadmill made for home use but does have a pretty decent construction and sturdiness.
Key Features and Specifications
- Assembled dimensions: 55.2L x 27.8W x 38.2H inches (140L x 71W x 97H cm)
- Tread belt dimensions: 45.7L x 17.3W inches (116L x 44W cm)
- Shipping weight: 89.2 lbs (40.5 kg)
- Supported weight: 265 lbs (120 kg)
- Motor: 3.0 HP, 0.5 – 8.7 MPH
- Incline: No
- Console: 12 programs
- Extras: Remote control
- Warranty: 12 months
The UREVO URTM003 treadmill features a steel frame made of rectangular tubing. All the steel parts are coated with a rust-resistant and chip-resistant paint finish. In terms of color, there are actually two versions for this particular treadmill model, a black one and a white one. Both have the same features.
The treadmill also integrates several plastic parts. For example, the side rail covers, the motor cover, and the console casing are made from a durable thermoplastic material.
As we’ve mentioned above, this UREVO treadmill is not too large. It has a 55.2″L x 27.8″W (140 x 71 cm) footprint, while its highest point (with the side arms unfolded) is 38.2″ (97 cm). It is recommended, though, to allow at least two feet of clearance on each side of the deck, and at least three feet of clearance at its rear, for ease of access and safe usage.
Compared to other treadmills, the UREVO URTM003 is not too heavy. Its net weight is around 85 lbs (38.5 kg). This being said, the boxed unit can be carried by only one person, but it is recommended that it is transported by two persons. Also, once the machine is unboxed and fully set-up, it can be easily moved by only one person; its front base features a set of small wheels.
This treadmill is foldable. The two side arms and the console fold flat over the running surface. In a folded position, its height is only 5.1″ (~13 cm). Thus, you can store it under a bed or under a couch if there is a clearance of at least 5.5-6 inches. Also, the unit can be stored vertically against a wall when folded.
The UREVO URTM003 treadmill offers a running surface similar to the LifePro Electrostride treadmill. Its active area is 45.7″ (116 cm) long, and 17.3″ (44 cm) wide. This being said, it should be able to accommodate users up to 6’1″ (185 cm) for running, while for walking, even taller persons should have no problem using this machine.
The unit’s deck is pretty sturdy. It is rated for a maximum user weight limit of 265 lbs (120 kg) which is not bad for a home-use machine. It does not have an automatic or manual incline system.
The deck doesn’t have large, visible cushions like other treadmills, such as the ADVENOR YD100003AAA treadmill, for example. However, it does integrate a few small shock absorption elements which are concealed by the covers of the side rails. Also, its deckboard has a bit of flex. Therefore, a run or walk on this treadmill has a lower impact on your joints than a walk or run on asphalt or concrete.
The integrated belt is multi-layered. Its top layer features a textured surface in order to provide a superior grip for all athletic footwear. It’s designed to minimize the static effect. The exact diameter of the internal rollers is not specified, but since it’s a rather small and light treadmill, they’re not too thick. They do have a crowned design, though, in order to provide a better traction for the belt. They also integrate high-grade ball bearings for a smooth belt motion.
Last but not least, the height of the belt is only approx. 4″ (10 cm). Therefore, the ceiling height shouldn’t be an issue. However, it is recommended to place and use the machine in a room with a ceiling height that is at least 10″ (25 cm) higher than the tallest user.
The UREVO URTM003 is an electric treadmill. It comes with a power cord featuring a standard US 3-prong plug and requires to be connected to an external power source. It integrates a 3.0 HP peak power motor designed to withstand prolonged running sessions without overheating or losing performance. It also features a small flywheel which is meant to reduce vibration and improve motion stability.
The motor offers a speed range between 0.5 MPH and 8.7. The speed is shown in miles per hour and there is no option to set it to kilometers per hour. When adjusting the speed manually from the +/- controls on the console or on the remote control, the increments are 0.5 MPH. If you press and hold the + button to increase speed, it will go up to 8.5 MPH in increments of 0.5 MPH, while the last increase pushes the speed to 8.7 MPH. The machine only adjusts the speed in 0.1 MPH increments if you are using one of the pre-set workout programs.
The console and the remote control only have gradual adjustment controls, so you can only increase the speed in 0.5 MPH increments. There are no quick speed selection controls, so you cannot jump to 3 MPH, or 6 MPH as it is possible on other treadmills, such as the XTERRA Fitness TR200, for example.
The motor itself is pretty quiet; it does not generate too much noise even if the machine is set to its highest speed. However, depending on your running technique, footwear, weight, and other factors, your cadence may generate more or less noise.
The UREVO URTM003 is equipped with a pretty basic console. It features an LCD display with LED backlight that tracks time, distance, speed, calories, and pulse. Speed and distance are shown in imperial units; there is no option for setting them to metric units. Also, the pulse reading function is grip-contact only. The machine cannot read your pulse from a wireless chest strap, so you have to hold on to the sensors integrated into the handgrips.
The console does not have Bluetooth connectivity and it is not compatible with any fitness apps. However, it has 12 pre-set programs. Their segment layouts are shown on the console. Some of them have an interval layout, others progressively increase the speed, then decrease it, while others are great for improving stamina.
The machine’s console is pretty easy to use. It has +/- buttons for controlling the speed, a Mode button for selecting the desired workout metrics to view on the display, a Program button for selecting the desired workout program, and the Start/Stop buttons.
The console arm is foldable which considerably improves the machine’s storage possibilities. The dashboard also features a small slot where you can place your phone. However, there are no ports for connecting your phone to the console (no USB or AUX).
Assembly and Maintenance
Like most other UREVO treadmills, the URTM003 comes completely assembled. All you have to do is remove it from the box, unfold and secure the two side bars with the console in the upright position, plug the machine in, and you’re ready to go. The manual provides all the necessary instructions, and a set of tools for adjusting the belt (if necessary) is included.
For maintenance, it is recommended to keep the belt clean to prevent any dirt or textile fibers from being caught in the motor. The belt requires lubrication; the manual provides all the necessary instructions for it and lubricant is included.
- Sturdy construction – can support users up to 265 lbs (120 kg);
- Folding design and low profile;
- Transport wheels;
- Shock absorption elements integrated into the deck;
- Speed settings up to 8.7 MPH;
- Low power consumption;
- Accessory tray built-in the dashboard;
- LED-backlit display;
- 12 preset workout programs;
- Pulse reading function;
- Little assembly required;
- Little maintenance required;
- Lubricant for the deck included;
- Remote control included.
- No online connectivity;
- No incline;
- Manual speed adjustment increments only 0.5 MPH.
The UREVO URTM003 is an electric treadmill made for home use. It is equipped with a 3.0 HP motor, offering a speed range between 0.5 – 8.7 MPH, has a folding design, and includes a console with 12 workout programs. In all, it’s a fairly decent machine for light to medium-intensity cardio training, interval training, stamina development, muscle toning, and weight loss.