Reebok Edge 2.2 Motorised Folding Treadmill was £599.99 now £279.99 @ Argos
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Reebok Edge 2.2 Motorised Folding Treadmill was £599.99 now £279.99 @ Argos

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Found 18th Jun 2012
This mains powered treadmill from Reebok is a great way to work out at home. With a range of pre-set and target programmes as well as a large amount of feedback from the console, you are able to customise your own fitness plan. A large running surface makes this treadmill really easy to use. When you're finished, simply fold it away for quick, convenient storage.
Reebok Edge 2.2 Motorised Folding Treadmill.

This mains powered treadmill from Reebok is a great way to work out at home. With a range of pre-set and target programmes as well as a large amount of feedback from the console, you are able to customise your own fitness plan. A large running surface makes this treadmill really easy to use. When you're finished, simply fold it away for quick, convenient storage.

Mains powered.
Manual elevation.
3 user programmes.
Running surface size L120, W40cm.
Speed 0.8 - 14kph.
Hand grip pulse sensor.
Programmes include: 3 pre set programmes and 3 target programmes.
Console feedback including: speed, time, distance, calories and pulse.
Maximum user weight 110kg (17st5lb).

General information:

Size H156, W71, D131cm.
Transportation wheels.
Assembly required.
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Just buy a pair of trainers, some shorts and a t-shirt!

(not voting either way)
Not a massive saving because it was £299 before Christmas.
max speed 14kph??

I'll be honest I've never looked at the price of these, but it seems quite slow for a max speed. then again I only really use treadmills in the gym for interval work or warm ups. Is 14kph standard for home treadmills?
Edited by: "Saintledger" 18th Jun 2012
Nad_84

Just buy a pair of trainers, some shorts and a t-shirt!(not voting either … Just buy a pair of trainers, some shorts and a t-shirt!(not voting either way)



No, just no. If you are a serious trainer then a treadmill has serious benefits, not to mention road running is harsh as **** on your knees.
londonstinks

No, just no. If you are a serious trainer then a treadmill has serious … No, just no. If you are a serious trainer then a treadmill has serious benefits, not to mention road running is harsh as **** on your knees.



If you were a serious trainer, would you really buy a Reebok treadmill from Argos? I think not.

Nad_84

If you were a serious trainer, would you really buy a Reebok treadmill … If you were a serious trainer, would you really buy a Reebok treadmill from Argos? I think not.


+1

Like I said above the top speed on this thing is not great 14kph is not enough for interval work. Been running a good while now and I agree a treadmill is very useful (as you've full control of the distance and speed you are running at) but if you really want to make an investment in a treadmill get something you can grow into. To give people an idea of you run 14kph in a 10km race would be just under 43 minutes.
pay extra for the 4 year insurance , the motors / mcb always burn out on these and in my past two ones they couldnt be fixed. This was good because my insurance paid out the amount i paid for the machine plus i got the insurance refunded , i then bought another one and the cycle goes on ....... they are not designed to last forever. They look huge but once you take the over off its a very small motor working it
Agreed. 14km/h is way slow for a top speed. I don't see the point in just jogging on these things. But I suppose you can't expect a gym quality treadmill for under £300.
Any idea when this will be back in stock?
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