Reebok Pure+ Treadmill. 319.99. was £999.99 Less Than Half Price  delivered at Agos
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Reebok Pure+ Treadmill. 319.99. was £999.99 Less Than Half Price delivered at Agos

£319.99Argos Deals
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Found 17th Nov 2012
This stunning treadmill from Reebok has everything you need for a great workout. The built-in auto stop safety system and MP3 player enhance your fitness experience. A foldable design means this treadmill fits in perfectly with busy lives and homes and can be safely tidied away when not in use. Customise your workout with 6 different user programmes.

Mains powered.
Folds away for storage.
Variable 2 % elevation.
6 user programmes.
Running surface size L120, W40cm.
Speed 14kph.
Pulse sensor.
Programmes include: 3 target - time, calories and distance. 3 preset - 15, 30, 45 minutes.
Console feedback including: speed, time, distance, calories, pulse and RPM.
MP3 player link with built-in speakers.
Auto stop safety system.
Maximum user weight 100kg (15st10lb).

General information:

Size H131, W80, D161cm.
Weight 55.6kg.
Transportation wheels.
Assembly required.
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.

5 Comments

I tried this and the Z9. But both were too noisy above 10kmh - and I'm just under 13st. By noisy I mean machine vibration/banging when running, as opposed to jogging.
In the end I spent a bit more and went for a Nordic Track T9 Si (albeit at £549, now £599). Well worth the extra IMO.
Not having to clean dog poop off running shoes is a bonus!
Edited by: "buddhabelly" 17th Nov 2012

@buddhabelly. I'm thinking of purchasing the Nordic Track, are you really pleased with it? Thanks

The price is £399.99 not £319.99,

* Please note item 3358089 has previously been on sale at 319.99. oO
Edited by: "simplyjimbo" 17th Nov 2012

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@buddhabelly. I'm thinking of purchasing the Nordic Track, are you really … @buddhabelly. I'm thinking of purchasing the Nordic Track, are you really pleased with it? Thanks


Yes. very pleased with this. The quality is very good and sturdy. Gets good reviews, and is a Which Best Buy.

One thing to note though is that it's very heavy 100kg, and much bigger than the Reebok style treadmills. It does fold, and have wheels, but I found a space to leave it permanently, which I find more convenient. Though I suppose its bulk means it is more robust.
There is some assembly involved, and although I managed to do it in a couple of hours on my own, 2 people would be better.
Performance wise, 20kph is more than enough for most, as is 10 degrees incline, and the motor is nice and quiet and powerful. Belt is nice and grippy too.

I was initially thinking of getting a treadmill with the newer version of iFit (where you plug in a PC, and go on virtual - google streetview style - runs). But don't seem to miss this, as the built in programs are fine, and the controls easy enough to access while running. I can only run a max of 1 hour at a time though.

Also having somewhere to access/store a towel and drinks bottle while running is a plus.

Having spent quite a while researching and trying out other treadmills. This seems to be the best value for something that should last a while. Hope this helps.

@buddhabelly. Thank you so much for taking the time to send such a detailed response. We, like you, have done lots of research and this seems to be the one we'll go for.
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