Reebok 7 Series Cross Trainer - £195 Delivered - RRP £500 (plus £20 Boots pts/3.5% Quidco) Boots.com - HotUKDeals
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Looks like boots are cross-promoting this in error. It's part of the 50% off summer sale but at checkout it's also discounting by a further £60.

It's also part of the 500 bonus points fitness promo and there's a further 750 points available using the attached voucher. A very good final price for this high-end cross trainer!

Reebok 7 Series Cross Trainer is the top spec model. This stylish cross trainer with an incredibly smooth action that offers an extremley low-impact workout as well as helping to tone the upper body and is the ultimate way to stay in shape.
16 Levels of magnetic resistance
10 programmes including target time, distance and calories, random, interval, endurance, manual, fat burning, watts control and heart rate control
3 LED computer with dot matrix and backlight
Computer displays time, speed, distance and calories
9 user profile memory
EKG hand pulse sensor with wireless receiver
Chest belt transmitter
Fixed handle bar
Cushioned footplates
Transportation wheels for easy maneuverability and floor level adjustment
Flywheel weight 8kg
Power supply: AC 9V adaptor
Water bottle holder
Supports maximum body weight of 110kg (17.3st)
User manual included
Assembled product dimensions: H 166cm L 145cm W 68cm
Assembled product weight: 48kg
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#1
http://www.simplyfitnessequipment.co.uk/images/products/reebok/7crossl.jpg
#2
Great find, just ordered one. Been looking out for a deal on one of these for a while. Voted hot.
#3
Great deal! Just don't want one. :(

Heat and Rep Added.

:pirate: CJ :pirate:
[admin]#4
Good price :) voted hot
#5
Fantastic Deal!!! By The Time I'd Registered With Boots They'd Sold Out!! Unlucky! I'm Gutted!
#6
running/cycling to work would be a lot more fun, wouldnt it?
and you can actually save money... but everyone has their own preference ... . I myself would go crazy to stay in one place for that long period of time....
#7
I'm just too lazy for something like this.

Decent price though
#8
Hmmm great price..........and then you end up never using it.
#9
kvee
Hmmm great price..........and then you end up never using it.


Good for hanging clothes on :giggle:
#10
running/cycling to work would be a lot more fun, wouldnt it?

Put it in front of a TV. Make yourself work while you watch. Noise may be an issue but you can get wireless headphones.
#11
Had a look around and the next cheapest is about £450 therefore this is a bargain voted hot :thumbsup:
#12
TinoP
running/cycling to work would be a lot more fun, wouldnt it?
and you can actually save money... but everyone has their own preference ... . I myself would go crazy to stay in one place for that long period of time....


and spend the day sat in sweaty clothes? no thanks.
#13
Do you think they will get anymore in! I really need to get rid of my pregnancy fat!
#14
I ordered mine yesterday and had a delivery set for monday........... but it arrived today.......the box is big, the unit most probably bigger (if I could get it out the box) may need to move home!!!!

Well boots give u credit, got a bargain, got lots of points, got the delivery before expected, so well done.:thumbsup:

Rep given for finding a bargain
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Ollibear
Do you think they will get anymore in! I really need to get rid of my pregnancy fat!

this doesnt have as many resistances but a lot of ppl dont get to the full resistance and you can get the extra points with it too. seems to be £250 in most other places

http://www.boots.com/shop/product_details.jsp?productid=1059267&classificationid=1038730
#16
Absolute bargain if only I'd seen it earlier...........
#17
We were going to buy some fitness equiptment from Boots using our points at the weekend as it was a good deal with triple points and extra 1000 points.

Boots.com CS said we could go into any boots store and ask them to order it (special service called Boots direct) and we could pay with our points.

After about 45 minutes and talking to all sorts of people apparently this isn't possible. We can only use points for stuff instore, boots and boots.com are apparently 2 separate companies. It seems I'll have to waste my £200 worth of points on meaninless things like nappies an wipes.

We weren't very impressed after being told we could use the points. We got about 3000 points from Boots.com for messing us around, problem is what do we spend them on????

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