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reebok fusion treadmill was £999 now £499
reebok fusion treadmill was £999 now £499

reebok fusion treadmill was £999 now £499

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Hi Quiality treadmill was £999 now £499

very good tread at decent price

QUALITY sorry
- madman11

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- madman11

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Mains powered.
Speed (kph): 0.8 - 16kph.
Electronic elevation.
Elevation position in %: front power incline 0 - 12 levels.
Running surface: (L)45, (W)130cm.
Belt dimensions (centre of roller to centre of roller): (L)133, (W)45cm.
Hand grip pulse sensor.
6 user programmes.
Detail of programmes: 3 target programmes - time/distance/calories, incline interval x 9 intensive workout levels, speed interval x 9 intensive levels, weight loss x 9 intensive workout levels, quick start.
Console type: 1 large LCD window,
Feedback details speed/time/distance/calories.
Foldable.
Transportation wheels.
Maximum user body weight 110kg, 17.4 stones.
Dimensions when built: (H)147, (W)90, (D)175cm.
Gross weight: 68kg.
Not fully assembled.

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Once again some nice cold votes, any of you like to let us all into the little secret of why it's cold ?

(not saying it's good or bad, just curious as to why it's cold)

Not bad but your paying for the Reebok brand.

Good discount, nowhere to put it in the house though

Great deal. Glad it has an emergency stop cord. I would definately need that. Voted Hot and Repp'd

kelly_o_fanatic

Good discount, nowhere to put it in the house though



Same problem with me lol. :thumbsup:

Good deal though!

Original Poster

This is main reason why its a good deal
Speed (kph): 0.8 - 16kph. other cheaper models like the one linked above are less.

Just not sure if i have space either !

Electronic elevation too imagine winding a cheap one up !

If you spending £499 wouldn't be be more sensible to just join a gym?

pinkleponkle

If you spending £499 wouldn't be be more sensible to just join a gym?


Privacy & convenience are the best reasons to buy your own equipment. £30 a month or perhaps a thousand to properly outfit a home gym. Home gym lasts longer & you have resale value if you find you don't have the time to use it anymore. Gym membership is a completely dead investment - you may well be tied in for a year, and no comeback if you want to quit or move. Plus if you have to waste 15 minutes driving to the gym each way that's half an hour off the time you could spend working out.

True, and not forgetting the petrol + car park damage received from all the BMW X5's whose doors don't get opened very carefully!!
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