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Treadmill with Power Incline and Heart Rate Monitor - £299.99 delivered @ ebuyer !

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Description : 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. This treadmill is ergonomically designed and provides superb impact-absorbing cushioning. The durable 2.5HP continuous duty motor drives the large running belt at up to 18km/h with a maximum gradient setting of 18%.

Features: Super steel main frame | Handrail sensors measure heart rate when held with both hands | Power incline | Damping cylinder for easy folding | Motor: 2.5HP DC motor, PWM driver | Speed: 1.0 - 18.0km/h | Incline: 0-18% | Tread belt: 500 x 1,410mm | Maximum weight: 130kg | Console: Incline, speed, time, distance, energy, heartbeat rate

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#2
Uses 1.87 kW of electric, that is 2 electric kettles, so only go for short runs, unless you are rich!
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#4
hucks_is_god
Uses 1.87 kW of electric, that is 2 electric kettles, so only go for short runs, unless you are rich!



what? a minute a hour a day?

dont sound that much to me
banned#5
G8 Find!
#6
steve10574
what? a minute a hour a day?

dont sound that much to me



The watt (symbol: W) is the SI derived unit of power, equal to one joule per second.

A kW is 1000W - the measurement has the per-second bit built in.

So this machine uses 1870W every second.

At a maximum price of 22.03p (£0.2203) per kW hour though, I think you multiply 0.2203 * 1.87 to get a cost of about £0.42 per hour. Use it for an hour per day and you'll be looking at £150 per year.

- the only proviso here is I'm not sure how representative 22p per kWh is nowadays.
#7
rossjamesparker
The watt (symbol: W) is the SI derived unit of power, equal to one joule per second.

A kW is 1000W - the measurement has the per-second bit built in.

So this machine uses 1870W every second.

At a maximum price of 22.03p (£0.2203) per kW hour though, I think you multiply 0.2203 * 1.87 to get a cost of about £0.42 per hour. Use it for an hour per day and you'll be looking at £150 per year.

- the only proviso here is I'm not sure how representative 22p per kWh is nowadays.


I pay 10.98p per kW hour with Powergen. It's probably cheaper elsewhere....This has excellent reviews on Ebuyer
#8
Thanks for the comments guys...

bumpty bump :)
#9
hucks_is_god
Uses 1.87 kW of electric, that is 2 electric kettles, so only go for short runs, unless you are rich!

My kettle has a 2kW element.

Most people only run for 20-30 minutes at a time. If you use this 3 times per week then -
1.87 x 0.5 (hours) x 3 (days) x 15p = 42.1p per week or 21.88 per year.

This is assuming you are running the motor at full power (12mph up hill). Running at lower speeds uses less power.

This really is a great machine. I guees most people on here prefer to spend all day watching the TV or surfing the net:-D .
#10
Now back up to £388, just as I was about to order:x
#11
merlinthehappypig
I pay 10.98p per kW hour with Powergen. It's probably cheaper elsewhere....This has excellent reviews on Ebuyer


I know I wrote one of them :p

Paid £420 for mine delivered when it was on offer with a weights bench included. If you got this at £299 you got a bargain!!!!
#12
Back down to £299.99!!:?
#13
Sold out!! :cry:
#14
Does anyone know the make and model of this treadmill?

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