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Reebok One GX50 Cross Trainer-9kg flywheel, 2 yr grt £199.99 @Homebase was £599.99
Reebok One GX50 Cross Trainer-9kg flywheel, 2 yr grt £199.99 @Homebase was £599.99

Reebok One GX50 Cross Trainer-9kg flywheel, 2 yr grt £199.99 @Homebase was £599.99

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I have just ordered this one.

£249.99 (delivery £8.95) but 20% off by Homebase in store Fri 26th December to Thurs 1st January and online from Weds 24th December to Thurs 1st January.

Please note, It was listed £599.99 on Argos then £299.99 now £249.99. Although Argos and Homebase are of same Home Retail Group, Argos doesn't offer 20% discount at the moment.

Product details

This Reebok cross trainer is provided with a 9kg (19.8lbs) flywheel that ensures a smooth action and offers 32 amounts of electronically controlled resistance. It has a 38cm pace length and enables users to command workout data and improve training results thanks to a backlit LCD monitor.

HR monitor inbuilt for added workout options.
Programmable resistance system.
Hand grip pulse sensor.
23 user programmes.
Number of programmes: manual, time, distance, calories.
Console feedback including: single LCD.
32 level tension control.
9kgflywheel.
Transportation wheels.
15 inch stride length.
Maximum user weight 120kg (18st 13lb).

General information:

Size H167cm, W64cm, D143cm.
Weight 48.7kg.
Batteries required 2 x AA (included).
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
Self-assembly.
EAN: 5055436105268.

8 Comments

How much? It'd be better if your title stated what the price is now, not what it used to be

Original Poster

Shambles

How much? It'd be better if your title stated what the price is now, not … How much? It'd be better if your title stated what the price is now, not what it used to be


It was at the end of it. As you suggested, I have put the now price in the middle (_;)

Edited by: "the_fat_alex" 27th Dec 2014

Good price from what I've seen. Delivery charge though of £9 to be added.

I'm completely confused.

All reebok machines have stride lengths around 15" to 16.5", but what I read on the Internet suggests this is only good if you're around 5ft ??

The recommendations for the stride length of an elliptical machine vary … The recommendations for the stride length of an elliptical machine vary slightly between manufacturers. In general, if you are shorter than 5 feet 3 inches, you will be comfortable with a 16 to 18 inch stride length. If you are between 5 feet 4 inches and 5 feet 7 inches, you should choose an 18 to 21 inch stride length. If you are over 5 feet 7 inches, a 20 or 21 inch stride length is best.



Being 6'2" I don't want to waste my money on this if it's wrong, but I don't understand why their whole range is 15" "to suit most people"
Edited by: "joedredd" 27th Dec 2014

A lot of people seem to recommend Kettler cross trainers, their stride length is 50cm = 19.6"
That's quite some difference.

Original Poster

joedredd

I'm completely confused.All reebok machines have stride lengths around … I'm completely confused.All reebok machines have stride lengths around 15" to 16.5", but what I read on the Internet suggests this is only good if you're around 5ft ??Being 6'2" I don't want to waste my money on this if it's wrong, but I don't understand why their whole range is 15" "to suit most people"



IMHO, stride length on cross trainers is not as important as treadmills. Resistance plays main parts for maximum workout. I could be wrong.

the_fat_alex

It was at the end of it.


No, it wasn't in the title at all (the £value box isn't transcribed into the title), but it is now so all's good

Annoyingly it says it's available for delivery, but when ordering it then says that it's not available! Was about to purchase but cannot
Edited by: "louisallen" 1st Jan 2015
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