COZYINN walking pad review – Get your steps in with this mini treadmill

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REVIEW – I can be found walking outside in all kinds of weather, from the steamiest summer days to drizzly winter days. However, on the rainiest, coldest, darkest days, I like the idea of an indoor workout. I also have trouble sitting still after hours of working on my computer. The COZYINN walking pad compact treadmill seemed like a good option to supplement my workouts and get some extra steps in while working on my laptop.

What is it?

The COZYINN walking pad is a small treadmill with a max speed of 3.8 mph and a 300-pound weight capacity. It’s 47 pounds and the walking pad is 45 inches long, so it’s compact and can fit under a standing desk. It comes with a remote and an app.

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What’s in the box?

  • Treadmill (need to attach feet)
  • Remote
  • Instruction manual
  • Maintenance kitCozyinn WalkingPad 9

Hardware specs

  • Maximum horsepower: 2.5 horsepower
  • Maximum incline percentage: ‎3
  • App: ‎WELLFIT
  • Maximum weight recommendation: 265 pounds
  • Deck length: 45 inches
  • Deck width: 16.5 inches
  • Speed rating: 3.8 miles per hour
  • Minimum speed: 0.6 miles per hour
  • Item package dimensions: 47.7 x 22.3 x 5.6 inches (L x W x H )
  • Package weight: 21.3 kilograms/46.9 pounds
  • Item Dimensions: ‎4 x 21 x 49 inches (LxWxH)
  • Manufacturer ‎COZYINN
  • Input power: 2.5 horsepower

Design and features


Once you remove the COZYINN walking pad mini treadmill from the very large box it comes in, you’ll need to install the feet.

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You’ll need to flip it over and screw them in. It’s easy and intuitive.

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Once you get the COZYINN walking pad treadmill back into place, you just need to grab the remote. It’s very simple with just a start/pause button and speed increase/decrease buttons.

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You will also need to plug in the treadmill and hit the toggle on the side to turn it on. It glows red when on.

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Getting started with the COZYINN walking pad is very easy. We tried it both on its own and with a bar-height folding table in front of it. I prefer the table so I can use my laptop on more relaxing walks, and for more intense workouts to have a spot for my drink and remote. Plus, I like to have the security of something in front of me to hold onto if needed.

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We do have a “real” standing desk as well, which we reviewed two years ago. However, that’s set up in our office area, and I prefer the treadmill downstairs by the TV. At 47 pounds, it’s certainly moveable but also heavy enough that we’re not going to be lugging it up and down stairs between uses, so in the basement, it stays.


As you walk or jog, the display toggles through the settings to show you speed, time, distance, and calories burned.

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It’s clearly marked as having a max speed of 3.8 mph so this isn’t meant for serious runners or intense athletes. I’m a walker, so it’s great for me. I can even take a brisk walk, and it’s certainly possible to jog on this mini treadmill if you’re so inspired.

It’s also important to note that the COZYINN walking pad is a compact treadmill with a deck length of only 45 inches, so if you have a long stride/gait, it’s something to be aware of. I actually prefer the small size so it doesn’t take up much space. I have a 32-inch inseam and am a brisk walker, and for me, the size was just fine; a taller/faster person may find it too small.

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My only issue so far with the COZYINN walking pad is that the strap on the remote broke within a couple days. It’s not a big deal for me because I keep the remote on the table in front of me, but if you want to walk or jog with this around your wrist, you may need to get a replacement cord if you have the same issue that I did.

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Also, there is no safety key/auto-turn-off feature, and the max incline is 3 percent, which you get from unscrewing the legs a little bit.


There’s an app that pairs with the treadmill to track your workouts and offer some pre-set routes.

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Once you download it, you need to register your account. The app easily paired with my treadmill.

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You can choose from a free run, target run, real scenery run, or customized program.

The free run is pretty self-explanatory, you just select your preferred settings. The target run lets you set your distance, duration, or target calorie count.

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The smart run offers several programs at different levels, including walking and running programs. I enjoyed a 20-minute pre-set walking program that pushed me to walk harder than I’d normally choose, but that only lasted about 5 minutes at the peak of the workout before it started a cooldown.

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During these options, it puts on a video-game-type screen that shows your stats as you go. It feels like you’re walking through an endless path of triangles! I was interested in the real-scenery options…

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The real-scenery options had some interesting places, including Indonesia, Australia, and Malaysia.


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Once you select a place, it shows you the route you’ll be taking, which is really cool. However, to be honest, I’m not a runner, so I didn’t do any of these programs. I was disappointed that they only offered running and no walking routes through the real-scenery programs.

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What I like

  • Intuitive to use
  • Works well

What I’d change

  • Fix the wristband strap on the remote
  • Add walking routes to the real-scenery programs on the app

Final thoughts

The COZYINN walking pad compact treadmill is an easy, efficient way to boost your workouts or get a little exercise while working.

Price: $199.99 (with current discount)
Where to buy: Amazon
Source: The sample for this review was provided by COZYINN

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