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Pro Fitness Treadmill 12kph,15(°) Automatic Elevation £196.94 delivered Argos
Pro Fitness Treadmill 12kph,15(°) Automatic Elevation £196.94 delivered Argos

Pro Fitness Treadmill 12kph,15(°) Automatic Elevation £196.94 delivered Argos

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Fed up of chavs and there untrained wolf descendants chasing you? Cyclists mowing you down? pedestrians on there phones not looking where there going? Vehicle Fumes? Tourists taking pictures on prime running routes? Gym Queues etc

IF you answered yes to any of the above then take a look at this well reviewed, decent spec,and not too expensive treadmill from Argos Clearance.For what it offers i don't think it can be beaten on price

Save £80.00Was £269.99

The Pro Fitness Motor treadmill is a great way to experience a home workout, improving your cardiovascular fitness and lower leg muscle tone. With numerous programmes and built-in incline you can tailor your session to suit you. Then when you're done it folds easily for storage.

Speed 12kph.
15 levels of incline.
15 user programmes.
Console feedback including: Speed, Time, Distance, Pulse, Calorie, Incline.
1hp continuous motor size.
1.5hp peak motor size.
Maximum user weight 110kg (17st 5lb).
Folds for storage.
Hand grip pulse sensor.
Mains powered.
Running surface size L123, W42cm.
Programmes include: 10 preset, 3 user setting workout mode, 1 pulse control and 1 body fat analysis.
6 display functions.
Programmable incline.
Auto stop safety system.

General information:

Size H131, W73, D159cm.
Size folded H143, W73, D73cm.
Weight 57kg.
Transportation wheels.
Self-assembly.

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This is probably a cheaper option in the long run.....
Edited by: "Uridium" 14th May

KareemSaid

THEIR...


Quite. Someone who can't spell "their" describing others as "chavs" in the same sentence - the irony.

THEIR...

Can you walk, get outside, have the inclination to exercise? Affirmative - you have your answer and have saved £196.94

Treadmills have their place - in a gym.

12 K is a ridiculous max speed. My average speed on one is 12.5K and I'm a bum!!

But also mix it up with intervals of up to 20K

This is a complete false economy but good for agoraphobics

Judging by comments on this thread, and nearly every other treadmill thread, I understand that some on here may give me grief on this. I bought my wife a treadmill last year for her birthday after having a delicate conversation with her. It's in the garage and she runs a minimum of four times a week on it. Completed a 10k Run for Life yesterday in 54 minutes. So, whilst there are many machines lying dormant, there are others that are well used and tremendous value. Just another side of the argument.
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Not available for home delivery in my area which is
a shame. Great price

This is probably a cheaper option in the long run.....
Edited by: "Uridium" 14th May

Uridium

This is probably a cheaper option in the long run.....



​ha ha ha. absolutely.

lazerblade

Not available for home delivery in my area which is a shame. Great price



Have a jog to the nearest store and pick one up.

Best sub £200 treadmill? Tempted, but not sure how it stacks up against competition!

No ipod dock ?

THEIR...

Can you walk, get outside, have the inclination to exercise? Affirmative - you have your answer and have saved £196.94

Treadmills have their place - in a gym.

12 K is a ridiculous max speed. My average speed on one is 12.5K and I'm a bum!!

But also mix it up with intervals of up to 20K

This is a complete false economy but good for agoraphobics

gonna wait for the 16 degree elevation model to drop.

KareemSaid

THEIR...Can you walk, get outside, have the inclination to exercise? … THEIR...Can you walk, get outside, have the inclination to exercise? Affirmative - you have your answer and have saved £196.94Treadmills have their place - in a gym. 12 K is a ridiculous max speed. My average speed on one is 12.5K and I'm a bum!!But also mix it up with intervals of up to 20KThis is a complete false economy but good for agoraphobics



I'm agoraphobic and I don't use a treadmill because my agoraphobia makes me phobic of them, complicated

Every time I went to a gym and used one I'd get motion sickness on it so I wouldn't use it, the same would happen at home.

KareemSaid

THEIR...


Quite. Someone who can't spell "their" describing others as "chavs" in the same sentence - the irony.

otterboxer

gonna wait for the 16 degree elevation model to drop.


No need to wait for the 16 degree one then if your waiting for it to be lower, 12 degree would be high enough elevation .X)

Uridium

This is probably a cheaper option in the long run.....



A clothes airer? I don't get it!

Muig1972

A clothes airer? I don't get it!



Anyone who has ever owned a treadmill will. .....

Uridium

Anyone who has ever owned a treadmill will. .....



Ah, the penny has finally dropped

Theres something really dodgy with the way argos sell their treadmills. This, the roger black and the opti are all the same. They even send a manual that has stickers in it that they put on depending on what the branding on the one sold is.

At this price point it's no wonder they end up as clothes horses.
£800 to £900 is just about getting there for a reasonable treadmill for the amateur.

None in stock for home delivery, how many they selling, 3.

pibpob

Quite. Someone who can't spell "their" describing others as "chavs" in … Quite. Someone who can't spell "their" describing others as "chavs" in the same sentence - the irony.



It should be: "Not looking where they're going."

XP200

None in stock for home delivery, how many they selling, 3.

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Max user weight 110kg lost it for me !!

Save your £200 you won't use it.

not very quick 12km I have one which was 250 quid and it goes to 16 I think. still good for the price though. I absolutely hate the treadmill but it's handy when you can't get out of.the house, snow , ice etc.

I have a treadmill and it's great for winter when I find I get ill if I run outside. It amazes me the people who claim 12km an hour is not that fast. Ok it's not world beating speed but I doubt many on here can run 10k in sub 50 minutes. I know some can but everyone claims they can here lol. Running outside is much nicer though as treadmill running is boring and it's too easy to stop at any time. I haven't been to a gym for years but also running in a gym keeps some motivated as they have people watching them and don't want to stop so soon or will run faster because of the pressure. If you do buy it buy a powerful fan to keep you cool when running as it is easy to overheat in the house.

Judging by comments on this thread, and nearly every other treadmill thread, I understand that some on here may give me grief on this. I bought my wife a treadmill last year for her birthday after having a delicate conversation with her. It's in the garage and she runs a minimum of four times a week on it. Completed a 10k Run for Life yesterday in 54 minutes. So, whilst there are many machines lying dormant, there are others that are well used and tremendous value. Just another side of the argument.
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