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1/2 Price Roger Black Silver Medal Treadmill £205.94 delivered @ argos

£205.94 @ Argos
Great Spec Treadmill for £199.99 + del Mains powered. Speed 0.8 - 12kph. Elevation from 0 - 5%. Running surface (L)121, (W)41cm. Hand pulse sensor. 18 user programmes. 6 preset programmes each … Read More
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
Great Spec Treadmill for £199.99 + del

Mains powered.

Speed 0.8 - 12kph.

Elevation from 0 - 5%.

Running surface (L)121, (W)41cm.

Hand pulse sensor.

18 user programmes.

6 preset programmes each with 3 different levels.

Console feedback on time, speed, distance, pulse and calories.

Foldable for easy storage.

Transportation wheels.

Maximum user weight 100kg/15.7st.

Size (H)130, (W)74, (L)166cm.

Fully assembled
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#1
[SIZE="4"]Maximum user weight 100kg/15.7st.[/SIZE] :oops:

Guess that excludes some of us who could do with buying this then !!
#2
ha ha !!! loooool! @ comment above

And btw these have been this price at Argos for quite a few years now.
#3
Capitalist
[SIZE="4"]Maximum user weight 100kg/15.7st.[/SIZE] :oops:

Guess that excludes some of us who could do with buying this then !!


I guess this will be a mini survey on the weight of HUKD users - voted hot they're quite fit - voted cold they are big fat barstewards!:whistling:
#4
Capitalist
[SIZE="4"]Maximum user weight 100kg/15.7st.[/SIZE] :oops:

Guess that excludes some of us who could do with buying this then !!
#5
12kph? Is that really its top speed?
#6
I wish to buy this but couldnt find Good reviews for this product. Could anyone provide feedback on this product please.
#7
Aashu
I wish to buy this but couldnt find Good reviews for this product. Could anyone provide feedback on this product please.


http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews114079.html
#8
Hinzy9;8066696
12kph? Is that really its top speed?


If it is it's far too slow.

It's a few seconds over 8min/mile pace and provides no headroom for speedwork - Would not recommend.
#9
Spring is in the air.Go for a Walk
#10
ianshona
I guess this will be a mini survey on the weight of HUKD users - voted hot they're quite fit - voted cold they are big fat barstewards!:whistling:


Not necessarily - at 6'1" and 18 1/2 stone I would consider myself quite fit, just larger than average, and never had too many complaints from my team mates down at the rugby club. At my last medical I had to explain to the poor nurse that I would have to go into seriously negative body fat to acheive the weight she was suggesting for me. The doc took her figures, threw them away and talked about me losing 10 - 14 pounds instead.

kinesin
If it is it's far too slow.

It's a few seconds over 8min/mile pace and provides no headroom for speedwork - Would not recommend.


Surely 8 min/mile pace is speed work ?
If I need to get somewhere quicker than that I use the car :whistling:
#11
Capitalist
Not necessarily - at 6'1" and 18 1/2 stone I would consider myself quite fit, just larger than average, and never had too many complaints from my team mates down at the rugby club. At my last medical I had to explain to the poor nurse that I would have to go into seriously negative body fat to acheive the weight she was suggesting for me. The doc took her figures, threw them away and talked about me losing 10 - 14 pounds instead.



Surely 8 min/mile pace is speed work ?
If I need to get somewhere quicker than that I use the car :whistling:


You have a BMI of 34.2 which puts you in the Obese catagory:whistling:
#12
ianshona
You have a BMI of 34.2 which puts you in the Obese catagory:whistling:


Which is why BMI is clearly not an accurate measurement. ALL professional rugby players would be considered obese but I'd definitely not catergorise them as being unfit (well not to their faces anyway :D )
#13
Anyone have any idea how this compares to treadmills of similar value? I ask because this is one of the few on the Argos website that doesnt have any customer reviews.
#14
:roll:
kinesin
If it is it's far too slow.

It's a few seconds over 8min/mile pace and provides no headroom for speedwork - Would not recommend.


Roger Black would have averaged over 32kph hour for his sub 45 sec 400m.

So although this is half price it is almost half speed as well :roll:
#15
For this price I could get a years membership @ puregym :-D
#16
Free for me for local gym (at home and work). But sometimes it's nice to do the exercise at home.
#17
ianshona
You have a BMI of 34.2 which puts you in the Obese catagory:whistling:


And if you rely solely on the BMI suggests you have an IQ of less than 50 which puts you in the thick category :thumbsup:
#18
Capitalist
And if you rely solely on the BMI suggests you have an IQ of less than 50 which puts you in the thick category :thumbsup:



Hit a raw nerve then:whistling:
#19
ianshona
Hit a raw nerve then:whistling:


No, you hit 250lb + of muscle actually ;-)
#20
Capitalist;8067217

Surely 8 min/mile pace is speed work ?
If I need to get somewhere quicker than that I use the car :whistling:


Just judging it by my own speed and what others around me at the gym seem to run at. Most non-runners** seem to run between 7mph & 7.5mph (11.3 & 12km/hour).

When I started running I quickly improved from zero distance to a 90 min half marathon (14.4km/hr) within 6 months. With this item you have to carefully it's not going to limit you. The popular target 2hour 1/2 marathon is 10.5km/hr, but if you were training for that then your 5km pace should be much faster and needs be to keep the body adjusting.

Probably better joining a gym, getting a routine and working out what your own body is naturally good at - plus you get the benefit of spin bikes, classes, pool, weight machines, instruction etc (I changed run style 2months in). The outside is always there 6month later if you fancy a real run.

**Average gym goer, not the run club.

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