Reebok Treadmill - Was £899 now £324.99 + £4.99 Del @ Sports Direct
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Reebok Treadmill - Was £899 now £324.99 + £4.99 Del @ Sports Direct

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Found 7th Jan
The Reebok i-Run 3.0 Treadmill is a

ultra-compact treadmill, suitable for any room in the home, it features

an innovative folding mechanism enabling it to be folded completely flat

with the console and handles sitting in line with the running deck. The

treadmill comes 100% built so there is no tricky assembly required.

Simply unpack, unfold and go! Exercise in comfort with the 8-piece

cushioning system which absorbs every foot strike whilst running. This

elastomer cushioning offers a spring like feel to minimise pressure on

the joints.

The Reebok i-Run offers 12 pre-set workout programmes, 3 user

profiles, 3 heart rate control programmes and a body fat tester. Grasp

the pulse sensors on the treadmill's handlebar to pick up a heart rate

reading. It also has MP3 input with speakers for you to run to your

favourite playlists. Add to this a 1.5HP motor, a max speed of 13kph and

two levels of manual incline and you have everything you need for a

varied, challenging and effective workout.



Key Features:



> 120 x 41cm running area

> 13kph maximum speed

> Max user weight: 100kg

> 2 levels of manual incline

> 8-piece elastomer cushioning to reduce impact

> 1.5HP Motor

> Ultra-compact folding design

> Transport wheels making it easy to move

> 12 pre-set programmes, 3 user profiles, 3 HRC programmes and a body fat tester

> Integrated hand pulse sensors

> LED display console

> 100kg user weight limit

> Setup dimensions L 160cm x W 80.4cm x H 126cm

> Folded dimensions L 160cm x W 80.4cm x H 25.5cm

> Weight: 62kg

> 2 Year manufacturing warranty

> 10 Year warranty on motor
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Just bear in mind this treadmill was never anywhere near £899
Good price, but it has never been £899. Generally around £400.
An expensive clothes airer before the years out. Save your money and run in the fresh air.
Anyone know what delivery is like, would they deliver up 3 flights of stairs with no lift
Edited by: "luketelfer" 7th Jan
RichSturman1 h, 24 m ago

An expensive clothes airer before the years out. Save your money and run …An expensive clothes airer before the years out. Save your money and run in the fresh air.


I started running a couple of years ago now doing the C25k but unfortunately, after about the 3rd 5K I ran every time I started having trouble with both knees. After a handful of sessions the physio couldn't work out what was the issue and nothing came up on an x-ray. Now I can't run for more than 5 minutes without either one of them causing pain that forces me to stop. However, on holiday in the summer, I was easily able to manage 20 mins on the treadmill at the gym.

I really want to be able to run outside
smk775 h, 20 m ago

I started running a couple of years ago now doing the C25k but …I started running a couple of years ago now doing the C25k but unfortunately, after about the 3rd 5K I ran every time I started having trouble with both knees. After a handful of sessions the physio couldn't work out what was the issue and nothing came up on an x-ray. Now I can't run for more than 5 minutes without either one of them causing pain that forces me to stop. However, on holiday in the summer, I was easily able to manage 20 mins on the treadmill at the gym.I really want to be able to run outside


Its most likely an issue with your running gait. I have been running for year now and i've had knee issues for the past 2. i recently had gait retraining and now no longer have the knee issues.
In answer to luketelfer -delivery was good and kept me informed of delivery on the day of delivery. The guys carried the box around the back of my house and into a conservatory, however I would suggest you ask about delivery upstairs as these are very heavy and carrying up 3 flight of stairs would be quite a challenge.
I completed the c25k in the Autumn but had to stop running due to lower back and hip pain . Really sad to have had to give up but couldn't risk a long term injury
bluntmachetti2 h, 8 m ago

Its most likely an issue with your running gait. I have been running for …Its most likely an issue with your running gait. I have been running for year now and i've had knee issues for the past 2. i recently had gait retraining and now no longer have the knee issues.


I started running with normal trainers but after about week 5 I went to find out what was most suitable and did a gait test. I overpronate and bought suitable footwear. The issue first happened after about 13 weeks. Interestingly, the times I've run on the treadmill I was in a much warmer climate. I do stretch and walk to warm up when at home.

The physio (NHS) didn't seems to be interested in looking at it further and suggested I give up and swim or cycle. I have no interest in either. I suspect that the unwillingness is probably down to cost of further investigation so my best option now might be a private referral.
smk771 h, 40 m ago

I started running with normal trainers but after about week 5 I went to …I started running with normal trainers but after about week 5 I went to find out what was most suitable and did a gait test. I overpronate and bought suitable footwear. The issue first happened after about 13 weeks. Interestingly, the times I've run on the treadmill I was in a much warmer climate. I do stretch and walk to warm up when at home.The physio (NHS) didn't seems to be interested in looking at it further and suggested I give up and swim or cycle. I have no interest in either. I suspect that the unwillingness is probably down to cost of further investigation so my best option now might be a private referral.


I agree with the physio just wanting to get you out the door. I was seeing an actual sports physio via my health insurance who wasn't working to get me better but rather getting me back out running (there is a difference). Take a look at therunningschool.co.uk i've had a couple of sessions with them and they are brilliant
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