Everlast Bluetooth Everfit XV10 Treadmill (Was £999.99) £399.99 @ Argos
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Everlast Bluetooth Everfit XV10 Treadmill (Was £999.99) £399.99 @ Argos

£399.99Argos Deals
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Found 21st Jun 2015
I need to lose weight, and this seems like quite a nice price!?
The bluetooth function looks nifty too!

Product summary

"Whatver your level of fitness, the Everlast Everfit XV10 treadmill will help you to achieve results. From gentle walking to fast running, this compact and functional Bluetooth treadmill allows you to have the comfort and convienience of working out at home."

77 Comments

Original Poster

Model number: 1913CAI.
Speed 18kph.
Fixed 12% elevation.
Variable 12 levels% elevation.
12 levels of incline.
3 user programmes.
Console feedback including: speed, distance, calorie, time and pulse.
Bluetooth connectivity.
1.5hp continuous motor size.
2.25hp peak motor size.
Maximum user weight 110kg (17st 5lb).
Folds for storage.
Hand grip pulse sensor.
Mains powered.
Running surface size L130, W41cm.
Programmes include: 36 pre-set and 1 manual.
5 display functions.
Programmable incline.
Auto stop safety system.

Diet is far more important for weight loss than exercise

Heat just for bluetooth

Thats really good value heat added

Banned

£400 for a clothes horse?

slippytupper

£400 for a clothes horse?



How true :-)

You can walk and run outside, to keep fit.

exmouthred

You can walk and run outside, to keep fit.



Course you can. But some people might be too self conscious to run in public, and others may have an injury that prevents them from running outside.

Hot from me...

You could join a gym for a a whole year and have access to a vast variety of equipment for the same price, if it's at home your less likely to put the effort in.

RobOusey

You could join a gym for a a whole year and have access to a vast variety … You could join a gym for a a whole year and have access to a vast variety of equipment for the same price, if it's at home your less likely to put the effort in.


You could also argue you're less likely to get off the sofa and go to the gym. Hot from me.

comments should be about the deal, not the point of the product. A deal is in the eye of the beholder

This look very very much like my Reebok treadmil. Actually looks virtually identical except for the display panel.

exmouthred

You can walk and run outside, to keep fit.


Not such fun when it's very cold/ raining hard/ snowing/ icy. Health and safety.

Is this a good quality product or a £299 product given an inflated RRP of £999 and 'reduced' to £399?
I've heard of Technogym, LA fitness etc but not Everlasting, reminds me of Lonsdale, is it a Sports Direct own brand?

escortboy

Is this a good quality product or a £299 product given an inflated RRP of … Is this a good quality product or a £299 product given an inflated RRP of £999 and 'reduced' to £399?I've heard of Technogym, LA fitness etc but not Everlasting, reminds me of Lonsdale, is it a Sports Direct own brand?



You can tell if it's what you might think it is from the width of the running area and the motor.
This is most detiniftely a £300-£400 item stuffed up to £1000 then yanked back down to £399.

Specs are rubbish at any price.
Cold unfortunately.
Edited by: "robo989" 21st Jun 2015

I imagine a lightly used Nordic Track could be picked up for the same price on ebay. No way an 'Everlast' branded electrical product is worth £400 let alone £1000!

I bought a treadmill a couple of years ago and it's the best thing I did. It's great to get people started, build up fitness and then run outside. Although your electric bill will increase ....substantially...

scengoid1

comments should be about the deal, not the point of the product. A deal … comments should be about the deal, not the point of the product. A deal is in the eye of the beholder



This is Hotukdeals, it doesn't work like that here

mongo116

Course you can. But some people might be too self conscious to run in … Course you can. But some people might be too self conscious to run in public, and others may have an injury that prevents them from running outside. Hot from me...




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why fight it?

mongo116

Course you can. But some people might be too self conscious to run in … Course you can. But some people might be too self conscious to run in public, and others may have an injury that prevents them from running outside. Hot from me...


how can you have an injury where you can't run outside? is there a different technique for indoor running?????

Quute why people are banging on about doing alternative methods of exercise is beyond me. This isn't a fitness forum. There are plenty of reasons people may prefer treadmill running to running outdoors. I.e. I find the continuity and consistency in speed incline and time better for pushing progress.

Perfect for shedding a few pounds!!!!

helloyoufool

Perfect for shedding a few pounds!!!!


Nearly 400 of them...

If Relievo (the poster) wants to lose weight and they think this is a good deal, then why shouldn't they buy it. After all this forum is about deals isn't it? not advice on whether they need to diet if anyone else can find it cheaper post it.

shareef

Quute why people are banging on about doing alternative methods of … Quute why people are banging on about doing alternative methods of exercise is beyond me. This isn't a fitness forum. There are plenty of reasons people may prefer treadmill running to running outdoors. I.e. I find the continuity and consistency in speed incline and time better for pushing progress.



well said

scoobiedoo

Diet is far more important for weight loss than exercise



Lots of people fail on just diet alone!

I love running and do 1600/1800 miles a year. Just bear in mind, general running is not the best as a fat burner on it's own if that's what your after.
Edited by: "warriorsq" 21st Jun 2015

Will this enable me to eat a can of condensed milk on a Sunday evening but maintain a beach physique?

looks cheaply made. rather Reebok ZR10 Treadmill.

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scoobiedoo

Diet is far more important for weight loss than exercise



Just not true.... It depends on the reason on why you are over weight. If you don't regularly exercise then your metabolism slows right down and therefore just by exercising you can loose a stone or two easily! It's also the most likely way of actually keeping it up as dieting does not work long term because it is too easy to get back in to old habits whereas exercising gives you more energy and a feel good factor that rewards your brain and makes you want to continue to exercise. So good on anyone of most fitness levels or physic for starting to exercise more all I can say is after the first 5-10 times of running and pushing yourself it does get easier but until then it feels worse every run as your body tells you that this bloody hurts and to stop! Don't let this beat you as its all in the mind, running 80% mental IMO so just push as hard as you can! Another word of advice try to run outside when you can as it keeps your mind occupied (try and find a nice quiet park or canal not on the road if your starting because of the idiots in cars who think it's funny to beep and hurl abuse!) and it's cooler and can be easier on the body. Voted hot as well as it seems a good price!

Running is excellent for cardio fitness, but there's better methods for actual fat burning such as HIIT cardio (YouTube). But at the end of the day it all comes down to what suits you the most and you enjoy.

ajdj

I imagine a lightly used Nordic Track could be picked up for the same … I imagine a lightly used Nordic Track could be picked up for the same price on ebay. No way an 'Everlast' branded electrical product is worth £400 let alone £1000!



Like this one
ebay.co.uk/itm…37a

samuelsmith87

how can you have an injury where you can't run outside? is there a … how can you have an injury where you can't run outside? is there a different technique for indoor running?????



I've been running for years. Last year I thought I tweaked my knee, and found out that I've actually got ITBS, and can no longer run outside for more than 10 minutes before experiencing excruciating pain. But I can use a treadmill without injury. A treadmill will never be as good as actually going outside, and if I could I'd be out there pounding the streets every day. A treadmill means I can at least keep my cardio going, and also rehab the ITBS.

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ace_rees

CommentJust not true.... It depends on the reason on why you are over … CommentJust not true.... It depends on the reason on why you are over weight. If you don't regularly exercise then your metabolism slows right down and therefore just by exercising you can loose a stone or two easily! It's also the most likely way of actually keeping it up as dieting does not work long term because it is too easy to get back in to old habits whereas exercising gives you more energy and a feel good factor that rewards your brain and makes you want to continue to exercise. So good on anyone of most fitness levels or physic for starting to exercise more all I can say is after the first 5-10 times of running and pushing yourself it does get easier but until then it feels worse every run as your body tells you that this bloody hurts and to stop! Don't let this beat you as its all in the mind, running 80% mental IMO so just push as hard as you can! Another word of advice try to run outside when you can as it keeps your mind occupied (try and find a nice quiet park or canal not on the road if your starting because of the idiots in cars who think it's funny to beep and hurl abuse!) and it's cooler and can be easier on the body. Voted hot as well as it seems a good price!



Good advice in the main but it's not true that diet isn't more important than exercise. Weight loss is VERY simple, it's ensuring net calorie loss. As such, even intensive training is only going to lose you 600-800 calories per day - the same amount as is in 3 lattes.

Dieting (as in having a healthy diet) absolutely works long term. Fad or short term diets don't work. It's got to be a lifestyle change not a time bound/target weight diet.

Diet is the most important thing to get right for weight loss, exercise is a secondary (but important) factor.

RobOusey

You could join a gym for a a whole year and have access to a vast variety … You could join a gym for a a whole year and have access to a vast variety of equipment for the same price, if it's at home your less likely to put the effort in.



What about the year after? 100% price increase compared to buying this which is for life.

computerGal

I bought a treadmill a couple of years ago and it's the best thing I did. … I bought a treadmill a couple of years ago and it's the best thing I did. It's great to get people started, build up fitness and then run outside. Although your electric bill will increase ....substantially...



I just bought a new treadmill from ebay, great price, but I never thought about electricity costs. I just assumed it wouldn't be much. Erm...reading your post...just how much of an increase in bills I should prepare for?

J4GG4

What about the year after? 100% price increase compared to buying this … What about the year after? 100% price increase compared to buying this which is for life.



TBH Most people would quit within the year (so saves money!) or realise the treadmill is pointless compared to the other gym equipment available.
Edited by: "bojangles" 21st Jun 2015

J4GG4

What about the year after? 100% price increase compared to buying this … What about the year after? 100% price increase compared to buying this which is for life.


Life you must be joking everything fails in the end even humans, but a £399 mechanical electrical gym device come on.

Banned

good if you like **** that breaks after a month.

vvee

I just bought a new treadmill from ebay, great price, but I never thought … I just bought a new treadmill from ebay, great price, but I never thought about electricity costs. I just assumed it wouldn't be much. Erm...reading your post...just how much of an increase in bills I should prepare for?



​It depends on how often you use it. The most I've added on is £70 a quarter which is a lot of money for some people and not for others... that was a lot of use though. I look at it this way, if it's less than or equal to a gym membership then I'm happy. I would never be motivated enough to go to gym whereas the treadmill at home is easy, I just hop on 30 minutes before I go for a shower in the morning :).

Worth noting my treadmill is an Everlast EV9000. Don't know how much they were brand new but I bought it secondhand for £150 three years ago and it's only fault is the lcd screen which sometimes plays up when I'm running and changing between time, current speed and distance. I also don't know whether more expensive machines maybe have a better energy rating?
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