Reebok Jet 100 Treadmill @ Argos £386.94 inc.delivery
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Reebok Jet 100 Treadmill @ Argos £386.94 inc.delivery

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Found 2nd Sep 2017Edited by:"dazdm"
Looks like a good deal for a Reebok Treadmill.Price includes delivery.
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Can some please confirm how many shirts and trousers these hold
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16 kph is a fairly decent speed as well.

Good find OP
Can some please confirm how many shirts and trousers these hold
davepierpoint1 h, 30 m ago

Can some please confirm how many shirts and trousers these hold



if only someone made a wardrobe with a built in treadmill.....
Nice buy. I bought a second hand Reebok treadmill gt30 and use it every other day and its really good. Nice absorption (good for the shins) and good enough top speed. I bought it too upgrade a cheaper treadmill. I only jog outdoors a bit as it keeps doing my shins in, but getting better. Jog 10k outdoor and the treadmill is a good inbetweener.
Also bought a 16" floor fan for about £35 and angle it up towards me and it makes a big difference to have some air getting blasted at you.
Also Spotify blasting out.
Started off doing a c25k jogging app and was a really good start as I'm a crap jogger.
Would buy this if I didn't already have mine.
I burnt through two Reebok treadmills in a year. Motor burnt out both times despite proper maintenance and they couldn't source the correct parts, so had to replace the whole treadmill. Eventually just got a refund, but I get the impression these products are not designed for even a moderate amount of use.
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For safety this is a warning sign that you cannot and should not play around with a treadmill while running
bandyrooc31 m ago

I burnt through two Reebok treadmills in a year. Motor burnt out both …I burnt through two Reebok treadmills in a year. Motor burnt out both times despite proper maintenance and they couldn't source the correct parts, so had to replace the whole treadmill. Eventually just got a refund, but I get the impression these products are not designed for even a moderate amount of use.


That's a lot of washing.
MRGRINGO3 h, 11 m ago

I only jog outdoors a bit as it keeps doing my shins in, but getting …I only jog outdoors a bit as it keeps doing my shins in, but getting better.


I take it you have already gone to the asics store (or similar) and had them measure your feet and run on a treadmill whilst being videoed so they can recommend the right type of trainers for you (e.g. stability trainers for over-pronaters)?

I found using stability trainers an improvement. Though I think I can just about manage 8-10K twice a week. When I increase the distance or frequency, it takes a bit longer for the clicks and niggles to reset themselves, though I live in hope that I'll gradually strengthen and be able to increase. In the meantime, I try to be sensible by chucking in spin classes to get some cardio without as much impact along side the maximum of 2 jogs.
Save taking the dog for a walk.
It has a 2 year warranty plus a very decent 10 year warranty on the motor and in my experience of owning a Reebok exercise bike, their warranty customer support is also very good.
Edited by: "Robbo11" 2nd Sep 2017
amazon.co.uk/gp/…new
Also in Amazon for the same price but temporarily out of stock
Would love one but I don't know if I'd use it. Could maybe splurge 200 but this is a bit rich for someone who never runs
Better than a posh health club membership..good for winter days..can do indoor walk and hang the clothes as well
kkthomask29 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B01MZFHUFO/ref=dp_olp_new?ie=UTF8&condition=newAlso in Amazon for the same price but temporarily out of stock


I'm a little wary of ordering 'temporarily out of stock' exercise equipment from Amazon since my daughter ordered a Reebok exercise bike at the end of June that said the same thing but still hasn't come back in stock after more than two months of waiting. I would suggest paying the bit extra for delivery and order it from Argos who do have it in stock.
Edited by: "Robbo11" 2nd Sep 2017
Run in the park.

Cost £0.

Save £386.
Edited by: "Picard123" 2nd Sep 2017
chrisredmayne1 h, 20 m ago

Would love one but I don't know if I'd use it. Could maybe splurge 200 but …Would love one but I don't know if I'd use it. Could maybe splurge 200 but this is a bit rich for someone who never runs

Have you tried a couch to 5 k app? (C25k)?
It really helps you keep at it and I started to actually, almost, a little bit look forward to doing the next stage.
I hated jogging but for the first time got into it.
digger872 h, 9 m ago

I take it you have already gone to the asics store (or similar) and had …I take it you have already gone to the asics store (or similar) and had them measure your feet and run on a treadmill whilst being videoed so they can recommend the right type of trainers for you (e.g. stability trainers for over-pronaters)? I found using stability trainers an improvement. Though I think I can just about manage 8-10K twice a week. When I increase the distance or frequency, it takes a bit longer for the clicks and niggles to reset themselves, though I live in hope that I'll gradually strengthen and be able to increase. In the meantime, I try to be sensible by chucking in spin classes to get some cardio without as much impact along side the maximum of 2 jogs.


Cheers.
No I haven't but I think I've managed to get over it now I've just pushed things a bit too much in the past. Tried buying different trainers and settled with new balance.
chrisredmayne2 h, 17 m ago

Would love one but I don't know if I'd use it. Could maybe splurge 200 but …Would love one but I don't know if I'd use it. Could maybe splurge 200 but this is a bit rich for someone who never runs


An exercise bike might be a better bet for you. Cheaper to buy, takes up less space, involves less joint stress and still provides a good cardio workout. Running does burn up to 50% more calories than cycling at the same intensity but that is because it is a weight-bearing exercise that requires more effort and why many people end up giving up and reducing the treadmill to the expensive clothes horse people are joking about on this thread. It's also a lot harder to fall off an exercise bike than a treadmill ! At the end of the day, any exercise is better than none so best to choose the piece of equipment you think you are most likely to continue using.
Edited by: "Robbo11" 2nd Sep 2017
Picard1232 h, 44 m ago

Run in the park. Cost £0.Save £386.

Run in the park = Get asked for drugs

Cost = 2 pints of blood upon refusal of "product"

Save £386 = Save a lot more money on fuel/transport by being bed-bound with PTSD, and only ever using a treadmill in VR.
For someone who does not have the best knees this is great. I can't run on hard pavement anymore but on this I can. Get in a routine of first thing in the morning rain, hail or snow and it is done. Love mine and my clothes are all hung up in the wardrobe
scroterot11 h, 27 m ago

Run in the park = Get asked for drugsCost = 2 pints of blood upon refusal …Run in the park = Get asked for drugsCost = 2 pints of blood upon refusal of "product"Save £386 = Save a lot more money on fuel/transport by being bed-bound with PTSD, and only ever using a treadmill in VR.




You're suggesting that its unsafe to run in your local park?

Which park is that then because I don't know anywhere where a jogger would be asked for drugs and then stabbed if they didn't had it over.
Picard12315 h, 47 m ago

Run in the park. Cost £0.Save £386.

I do both. The treadmill is good for those days you can't be bothered getting out or don't have a lot of time. Or when the weather is crap.

Anyway, I've had my Reebok ZR9 treadmill for nearly 5 years and it's still going strong. If you're going to use it then this is a great buy (if you've got the space for one).
Picard1232nd Sep

Run in the park. Cost £0.Save £386.


Until I get mugged, and they steal my £400 phone.

£14 lost.
For anyone wondering, 16kph = ~ 6 min/mile, which is a fairly decent top speed for a treadmill imo.
buddn078 m ago

Until I get mugged, and they steal my £400 phone.£14 lost.


Where do you live that you get mugged as soon as you run in the park??
Picard1233 m ago

Where do you live that you get mugged as soon as you run in the park??


When I stay at the in-laws in Bristol.
buddn078 m ago

When I stay at the in-laws in Bristol.


I lived in Bristol for over 6 years. Where are you talking about in Bristol?

And you want to install a treadmill at your in-laws house??
buddn0757 m ago

For anyone wondering, 16kph = ~ 6 min/mile, which is a fairly decent top …For anyone wondering, 16kph = ~ 6 min/mile, which is a fairly decent top speed for a treadmill imo.

If you can run at 16 kph consistently your doing 10ks in under 40 mins and half marathons in 1 he 20... So elite !. Nice to have a good top speed to sprint occasionally, plus a feeling that you aren't burning out the motor when doing a steady 12kph
Picard12322 h, 45 m ago

I lived in Bristol for over 6 years. Where are you talking about in …I lived in Bristol for over 6 years. Where are you talking about in Bristol?And you want to install a treadmill at your in-laws house??



Why are you getting so defensive about whether or not I choose to use a treadmill?! It's not your money, it makes literally no difference to you whatsoever! Why do you care?!
buddn071 h, 11 m ago

Why are you getting so defensive about whether or not I choose to use a …Why are you getting so defensive about whether or not I choose to use a treadmill?! It's not your money, it makes literally no difference to you whatsoever! Why do you care?!


I'm not getting defensive at all - you're the one who seems to be getting defensive in the face of questions which you don't seem to be able to answer. I just find your story about the park and in-laws difficult to believe. I notice that you still haven't named the park which you claim is so ultra dangerous that its unsafe to jog there....

Name the park.
Edited by: "Picard123" 5th Sep 2017
Picard1232 h, 12 m ago

I'm not getting defensive at all - you're the one who seems to be getting …I'm not getting defensive at all - you're the one who seems to be getting defensive in the face of questions which you don't seem to be able to answer. I just find your story about the park and in-laws difficult to believe. I notice that you still haven't named the park which you claim is so ultra dangerous that its unsafe to jog there....Name the park.



The majority of them. I wouldn't feel comfortable going running in any of the parks in Bristol at night.

Again... I still don't see why you seem to care so much about whether I run outside or on a treadmill?
buddn079 m ago

The majority of them. I wouldn't feel comfortable going running in any of …The majority of them. I wouldn't feel comfortable going running in any of the parks in Bristol at night. Again... I still don't see why you seem to care so much about whether I run outside or on a treadmill?



At night? Who the hell goes jogging at night???

Get up earlier and run in the morning.
Picard1231 m ago

At night? Who the hell goes jogging at night??? Get up earlier and run in …At night? Who the hell goes jogging at night??? Get up earlier and run in the morning.


Shut up.
You literally have no idea about my lifestyle. Job hours etc.
Get a life.
buddn074 m ago

Shut up. You literally have no idea about my lifestyle. Job hours etc. Get …Shut up. You literally have no idea about my lifestyle. Job hours etc. Get a life.



Work hours? You said this was for when you were at your in laws.

Just jog down the streets. Buying a treadmill just for when you're at your in laws makes zero sense.
Picard1239 m ago

Work hours? You said this was for when you were at your in laws.Just jog …Work hours? You said this was for when you were at your in laws.Just jog down the streets. Buying a treadmill just for when you're at your in laws makes zero sense.


Am I not able to work whilst at my in-laws? Are the two mutually exclusive?

I said that if I went running in the park, as you suggested, I could get my phone stolen.

You asked what parks I go running in, could I be mugged. I answered Bristol.

I didn't say that I was buying the treadmill for my in-laws. SImply that there are parks in Bristol that I don't feel safe running in.
Edited by: "buddn07" 5th Sep 2017
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