I ordered this Smart Treadmill so that the wife and I could get a little bit more convenient exercise on a daily basis without having to visit a gym or ever leaving the house.
The treadmill, what little has to be assembled, goes together easily and it comes with a detailed easy to read and follow instruction book that explains all its functions. I was worried that it would bog down when I used it, my weight is 210lbs, and I need not have worried as it does not bog down in the slightest. Adjusting the treadmill speed is simple as every button is within easy reach on the front arm rest and the display is large and clearly shows its current setting. The arm rest, once tightened, is sturdy feeling and if you wanted to use the treadmill without the arm rest than you can also do this, and the functions then would be operated by the remote control. The treadmill has an emergency stop cord that fastens to the front of your shirt via clamp, and if you should ever fall off the treadmill or stretch the cord to far it will pull the key out and automatically stop all motion. The key has to be inserted in order for the treadmill to work.
We have not tired the Bluetooth functions nor the app as it just really is not our thing, but the technology is there and available if you really wanted to use it. One thing that I was really impressed about with this treadmill is how quite it operates, it is almost near silent.
Storage of the treadmill is simple as the front arm rest folds down, but the treadmill is heavy to move so they have included front wheels and can tilt it up and roll it around to better assist in its movement. The treadmill while being compact is still wide and will take up a decent amount of space (width wise) wherever you choose to store it.
My only complaint about this treadmill is that I like to have my arms all the way stretched out on the armrest and in doing so I end up walking at the very back edge of the track and the emergency cord is stretched to its limits and has come out a few times inadvertently. My wife does not have this problem when using it and I guess it comes down to personal preference more than any real flaw in the treadmill.