York 51039 T101 Treadmill [£289.39 @ Argos] Save £200! - HotUKDeals
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* Mains powered.
* Speed 1 - 13 kph.
* Manual elevation.
* Elevation positions 3 positions.
* Running surface (L)120 x (W)40cm.
* Belt dimensions (centre of roller to centre of roller) (L)120 x (W)40cm.
* Hand pulse sensor.
* 6 user programmes.
* 5 pre set and 1 manual programme.
* Multi view LCD console.
* Feedback time, speed, distance, calories and pulse.
* Foldable.
* Transportation wheels.
* Maximum user weight 120kg/18.8st.
* Size (H)142, (W)75, (D)163cm.
* Gross weight 70.5kg.
* Not fully assembled.
* In pack pre-assembly 'box to build in minutes'.
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This still isnt worth the money, some really good ones on a site on ebay that are commercial tread mills for abour £300
Do you have a link to them, Jamie?
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joy of argos is that with most treadmills , not all you can pay an extra £40/50 and get an extended no quibble warranty for 4years . In my experience these cheaper machines start to go , either tread or engine after 2/3 years so well worth extending it

my most recent one is a year old from argos - a reebok ice - and no complaints with nearly a years regular use . Not as good as the gyms obviously but for £400 for at least 4 years warranty its cheap . Now i'm nearly 16 stone and 6'4" and it has stood up to my 30min 3 times a a week. not sure if stillsell it butwould rec. it
Why would anyone have a tread mill.

Get yourselves fitted for some proper running shoes and take to the road.

Yes, you feel like a plonker for the first few times, but after that you dont care.

Sorry Cold,

Like previous poster said get some decent running shoes and hit the road.

There is no way that running on a wooden plank (which is what is underneath) provides any benefit to the knees, even if you dial in an incline.

And just to reitterate what has been said the commercial ones on ebay might have a bit of ware, but are designed to be hammered get a Lifefitness one, the ones from the late 80's are still going strong!



PS: Don't pay more than £350 as they come up on ebay all the time!
some people have young kids and cant leave them alone while they go out for a half hour run
Why would anyone have a tread mill.

Get yourselves fitted for some proper running shoes and take to the road.

Yes, you feel like a plonker for the first few times, but after that you dont care.


Agree as I run on the road but some people cant pound the roads due to shin splits etc and other road running related problems (including weather!) and Treadmills dont take so much out of the knees for those people affected. I've run on a treadmill in a Gym and also take to the roads and it IS different and less hard on the knees on a Treadmill.
Looks a good Treadmill there for the price but I would take the fairly cheap extended warranty as well.
And yes agree with the above sometimes it isnt convenient to leave the house and some slap it in front of the TV lol!

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