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Motorised Treadmill - £149.99 @ ebuyer

£149.99 @ Ebuyer
I've been on the lookout for a treadmill for my brother, and I saw one in Asda for £199, which seemed like a good deal, but this seems like a really good price. Using a treadmill can give you a tot… Read More
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9y, 6m agoFound 9 years, 6 months ago
I've been on the lookout for a treadmill for my brother, and I saw one in Asda for £199, which seemed like a good deal, but this seems like a really good price.

Using a treadmill can give you a total body workout, you can improve the performance of your heart, lungs and burn fat. Treadmills are great for the whole family whatever your fitness level. Walking and running are the most natural types of exercise and with a treadmill you can do both in the comfort and safety of your own home.

Features

* Clip on sensor measures heart rate
* Damping cylinder for easy folding
* Console monitors - Speed, Time, Distance & Heart rate
* Safety Key
* 5 preset speed changing programs

Specifications

* Speed - 0.8 - 12km/h
* Maximum weight - 130kg
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banned#1
Great price but isnt 12kmph max a little slow?
#2
only if u like permanent sprints
banned#3
fair enough but i was thinking that 12kmph is jogging speed and thats the max this does. I guess you can incline it for short duration for a quick workout.
#4
Been looking at the Argos ones and this speed seems good for the price.Many of their £299 ones are the same speed.
#5
These will probably have quite a low weight limit, about 16-17 stone max (probably 16 though).
#6
Good price IMO.. thanks doyled:)
#7
MarreZ
These will probably have quite a low weight limit, about 16-17 stone max (probably 16 though).


130kg = 20.47 stone
#8
Biggest concern is the running mat width. Too narrow and you could find yourself having a nasty accident. Especially if you're not of small dimensions.
#9
csiman
fair enough but i was thinking that 12kmph is jogging speed and thats the max this does. I guess you can incline it for short duration for a quick workout.


5 min km = 50 min 10K (dead clever me ;-) ) - not exactly competitive speed. You are right in highlighting it as a bit limiting (although treadmills do feel more demanding at any given speed compared to being on the road). It wouldn't really be of much use to anyone doing slightly serious training for an race/event.
#10
Really impressed with this. I've been on my mother's "York Pacer 2750" and it does up to 6.5 km/h. At that speed you can just keep pace walking very fast but if you break into a jog it doesn't feel fast enough to sustain it. 12 km/h would be ideal for me, and i consider myself quite athletic. Put an incline on it and you'd be worn out after 40 minutes. The York costs her in the region of £400.

I do a hilly 5 mile circuit around where i live and it takes me just short of 39 minutes which is exactly the same pace as 12 km/h. I might consider buying one of these but i would definitely recommend one to you if you're in the market for one :thumbsup:

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#11
i supose it would be good for the misses if she was trying to lose abit of weight.
#12
Good call Wizball - i am looking to buy one for race training but since my warm up speed is 12km/hr this isnt any good.
#13
good find. generally they are above £300 mark
#14
Blanco
Biggest concern is the running mat width. Too narrow and you could find yourself having a nasty accident. Especially if you're not of small dimensions.

I agree a small mat is no good I have spent over a week looking for one and settled for one priced twice this amount because I wanted a large mat size and extra programmes, etc, this seems a great price for a starter model to see if you really into threadmills.
#15
Blanco
130kg = 20.47 stone


Well buckle me sideways, thats a pretty impressive piece of kit for the money then :thumbsup:
#16
Anyone know if there is any way of getting them to ship to Northern Ireland? States UK mainland shipping only.
#17
thanks
banned#18
I run at the gym and 12kph is more than enough for most of you I assure you! Only a trained athlete could keep up that speed for any amount of time for this to be considered not worth their money.
#19
I don't think it has incline ability at least I cannot see it. That means you will not get your hilly run!
#20
im looking for a treadmill, looking to spend around £300. (needs to have hand sensors and incline)

anyone got any good links.
#21
12km/hr is NOT trained athlete speed its prob average or just above. its my job to know!. It is fine for beginners or those starting out to try and lose a lot of weight but those Mr and mrs averages of you out there may soon find this limiting.
I'll admit it would be unusual to use this speed for prolonged periods but people do 'jog' at this pace. Also if you want to do interval training (jog, sprint, jog, sprint) in order to vary your training then this will be limiting. The lack of incline function would also make it limiting. One of the biggest reasons people stop using these is due to boredom. You need to be able to vary your routine.
Please bear this in mind before purchasing but note that this is not a bad price and if you're just starting out or dont have £250-400 spare then this could be ok.
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#22
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#23
Running Mat Width - 36.5cm

without getting my tape measure out that doesnt seem very wide if your legs are on the large side
#24
csiman
Great price but isnt 12kmph max a little slow?

Yup, about 7.5mph - far too slow a maximum speed but would probably be ok for occasional / beginner use.
I normally pace at 8.5mph, with sprint laps at 11.8mph (machine max) thrown in.
#25
Out of curiosity, what makes this listed deal any better than this one

I mean, neither would be suitable for me, but I wondered why the dearer item that doesn't list a previously higher price was getting all heated up...

A very, very quick google didn't turn up anything to suggest one was particularly better than the other.
#26
If you want something better built with excellent reviews then this one from e-buyer is a better option. It's currently out of stock, but is usually back within a day or two. Price is all over the place as well - I've seen it as low as £249.99 in the last few weeks so worth keeping an eye on if you aren't in a hurry.

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/120805
banned#27
wizball;1490744
Out of curiosity, what makes this listed deal any better than this one

I mean, neither would be suitable for me, but I wondered why the dearer item that doesn't list a previously higher price was getting all heated up...

A very, very quick google didn't turn up anything to suggest one was particularly better than the other.

I agree with you that the one you spotetd looks far better (folds completely flat and has a wider running mat). Good spot.
#28
You often get what you pay for - there is a reason this is cheap. When you are buying something like a tread mill its better to spend more and get a quality product.
#29
but remember re the running mat width, its not got arms like the ones in the professional gyms so even if u are a bit larger i cant see it being a problem.

i recon its a good deal.... not for a prof. runner but, certainly for someone wanting to improve their fitness and loose some weight...

the ones with the programmes are good but, you get what you pay for...

and for a lot of people they buy these things and they gather dust!!!!

happy running..
#30
got mine and its ok plenty fast enough for me lol
#31
12 mph is very quick most could only run at that speed for a few minutes if that...i better the ones in the gym dont go much over perhaps 14 i think
#32
Now £134.99!
#33
Sorry, this product is now discontinued and is no longer available for sale on the Ebuyer.com website.

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