Opti Folding Treadmill Review 2024 – Value


Are you thinking about buying the Opti Folding Treadmill in the coming days? If so, then please make sure to check out our Opti Folding Treadmill review which will cover 3 different folding treadmill options under this brand. That way, at least you have more than just 1 option when it comes to making any final decisions. At a glance, they have Folding treadmills to suit different people be it casual walkers or intermediate runners so you need to make sure you select the correct model when making any purchase.


The focus of our review will be on the lower priced Opti Motorised Walking Folding Treadmill to find out if it is really worth the money and we will compare it to 2 other Opti Folding running treadmills which offer more features and functionality. These alternative options are for more intensive cardio workouts, but please note that these higher spec treadmills will come with higher price tags.

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Video Support

Throughout our review, we have included several video support inserts that you can check out in your own free time and these will give you some guidance when it comes to assembly, the applications of lubricants and adjusting the running deck belt. These are short video clips and they are certainly worth a few moments of your time in particular the lubricant application video.

Video 1 - How to Lubricate the Opti Treadmill

Opti Motorised Walking Folding Treadmill Review

This lower priced Treadmill under the brand name of Opti offers 15 programs to choose from, a folding mechanism to reduce the storage space required and it only weighs 30kg which is a whole lot lighter than your average motorised treadmill.

The console on the frame reports back on the main parameters such as speed, distance, calories and timings, the motor power is 0.75HP continuous (peak 1HP) and it offers a maximum speed of 6km per hour (walking pace). In addition, the max user weight allowance in 17 stone and 5 lbs or 110kg and you get the transport wheels built in along with the auto stop safety clip and a standard 12 month warranty


Once assembled, this treadmill measures out at H114cm by W66cm by D129cm and when folded, the dimensions are reduced to H124cm by W66 cm by D58cm. The running deck is pretty good at L102cm by W40cm which is plenty for casual or faster walking paces.

Price Range

One of the main attractions for this treadmill is the low price tag and you should be able to get your hands on it for between £300 and £350 when seen at the time of our review. Instead of having to pay for it all upfront, you can choose to pay for it in 3 equal instalments using PayPal if needed

Pros for the Opti Folding Treadmill

1, It has a cheap low price and it offers good value for money to be fair as you should be able to get your hands on it for less than £350 when seen at the time of our review

2, Not all basic low priced treadmills offer programs yet you have 15 programs to choose from here

3, Many treadmills can weigh 100kg or more but this treadmill is significantly lighter at just 30kg which makes the job of moving it about a whole lot easier to do.

4, Assembly is quick and easy to do with well laid out instructions and you should be ready to go after 15-30 minutes assembly work

5, The noise level is lower than expected which is down to the lower powered motor and compact size

6, The brand is well established in the UK market place for some time now and it has received plenty of positive customer reviews which is also good to see

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Cons for the Opti Folding Treadmill

1, You can only walk on this treadmill as the maximum speed it offers is 6km per hour (the average walking speed is 5km per hour). If you need a running treadmill, then  you should skip this one and try the alternatives further down on this page.

2, There is only 2 manual inclines available unlike premium treadmills that offer multiple auto incline options.

3, There is no Bluetooth connection, no MP3 connection, no loud speakers and no fitness app so it is quite basic overall so boredom could set in rather quickly.

4, You will need to buy and apply treadmill lubricants separately

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1, How long is the power lead on this treadmill?

A, The length of the power lead for the Opti folding treadmill is approx. 2m long

Q2, Can the speed be adjusted or changed?

A, Yes, you can change the speed level as needed from 1 to 6km per hour

Q3, Can you use extensions leads?

A, It is recommended that you don’t use extension leads for this treadmill

Q4, Are there spare parts available for this treadmill?

A, It depends on the parts in question however they would not be readily available

Q5, Does it have a holder for your smart device?

A, No, unfortunately there is no holders for smart devices (but yes on alternative models)

Video - How to assemble the Opti treadmill

Alternative Opti Folding Treadmills

If you need a treadmill to go faster than just 6km per hour, then check out the 2 alternative motorised folding treadmills from Opti Fitness below instead which are summarised briefly as follows

Opti Motorised Folding Treadmill with Incline

Brief Overview

Operates up to 12km per hour

0.8HP continuous motor power

Max user weight 100kg

Foldable with 10 pre-set programs

Pulse Sensors & smart holder

2 Manual incline levels

Larger running deck 120cm by 40cm

Price Guide: £450 - £550

Opti Motorised Easy Folding Treadmill

Brief Overview

Higher running speed 13 km per hour

5 console tracking parameters

Running deck is 120cm by 41cm

Includes an MP3 connection

Maximum user weight is 110kg

Includes 2 built in speakers

Covered with 1 year warranty

Price Guide: £500 - £600

Opti Treadmill Comparison Table

To provide further clarity on what these Opti treadmills can offer you, then please check out the comparison table below which includes, dimensions, weight capacities, motor power and speed levels

Opti WalkingOpti FoldingOpti Easy Fold
InclineManual 2Manual 3Manual 3
Max user weight110kg100kg110kg
Max speed6kph12kph13kph
Motor Power0.75HP0.8HP1HP
Peak Power1HP1.5HP2HP
Hand pulse sensorNoneYesYes
Deck size102 x 40cm120 x 40cm120 x 41cm
Warranty1 year1 year1 year

Video 3 - Adjusting the Belt on an Opti Treadmill

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After completing our review for the Opti Folding treadmills, we hope our work here can help you out in some small way and perhaps give you some idea of what to expect if you decide to order one. While the lower priced Opti walking treadmill has limited features and functionality it still offers great value for what you are getting in our opinion – that is if you just what a simple motorised walking treadmill without any of the thrills.

Which one would we choose? For a larger deck and higher speeds and more power, our preference would have to the Opti Easy Fold Treadmill and further reviews, prices and images can be double checked below

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