Fitneff Inc. Launches the WALKTop™ Treadmill Desk

by Devon Bolton February 03, 2015

News Release
Fitneff Inc. Launches its First Product - The WalkTop™ Treadmill Desk & e-Commerce Website.
Fitneff™ will provide free shipping to their customers, for a limited time only, when they pre-order their WalkTop™ online at with a $39.00 fully refundable deposit. *   


Toronto, ON, May 30, 2014 – Fitneff Inc. proudly introduces its flagship product, the WalkTop™ Treadmill Desk.  

The WalkTop™ Treadmill Desk is a stylish, light, compact and adjustable treadmill desk designed specifically to attach onto the majority of popular treadmills currently on the market. The WalkTop™ is conveniently delivered fully assembled and can be installed on your existing treadmill in minutes. The WalkTop™ adjusts effortlessly to individual height requirements so each user can position and reposition the desk for optimal ergonomics and comfort.  

To be one of the first to own what will undoubtedly be one of the hottest fitness productivity accessories of the year and to guarantee your spot in line for our fall 2014 delivery, pre-order your WalkTop™ at today! For a LIMITED TIME Fitneff will offer FREE SHIPPING for all pre-orders of the WalkTop™.

Ron Bettin, President at Fitneff Inc. says, “We came up with the idea while doing our MBA last year. I found I was sitting more than 10 hours a day, I had the need to move but I also needed to maintain my efficiency at the same time. The perfect solution was my treadmill desk. I started to use the treadmill desk in my home-based office and realized many benefits like an increase in my mental agility, better circulation in my legs and a greater attention span. Bottom line, I felt healthier and more productive. I have since moved my treadmill desk to my workplace office and continue to enjoy the many benefits.”

About Fitneff™ Inc. – Based in Calgary and Toronto, Fitneff Inc. is a privately owned Canadian company with global reach and was founded in December 2013. Co-Founded by Ron Bettin, Devon Bolton and Laurel Walzak, the trio partnered after completing their Executive MBA together at Queen’s School of Business in Kingston, ON. Fitneff™ is dedicated to innovative products and solutions that help busy people make their productive time more active, both at work and at home! Fitneff Inc. operates under the brand name Fitneff™, which is derived from FITNESS and EFFICIENCY.

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