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Reebok ZR7 Treadmill £306.94 delivered - Now £286.94  @ Argos
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Reebok ZR7 Treadmill £306.94 delivered - Now £286.94 @ Argos

£286.94£339.9916%Argos Deals
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Refreshed 2nd Aug 2018 (Posted 13th Jul 2018)
Dropped by around £20 since posting, much better

Inb4 "Cheaper here" only to find it's a clothes Airer and "Why not run outside it's free"
Fair enough to a degree, but for those that actually would use them this is a good price on this model. I'm looking for one for one due to a very old injury preventing me from getting out as much as I would like, and it would be using it every day. I know they aren't for everyone but they definitely have uses.

One habbit I used to have is running until I could give no more, then realising I'm now far away from my house Just zoned out... Not that I couldn't fix that, just thought it was funny (Although true) But in all seriousness I'm looking into a treadmill to aid in recovery and this looks ideal for a tad over £300.

It's just dropped from £339.99 + Del to £306.94 delivered.


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Offering a decent sized running deck of 126 x 41cm, a solid 1.5HP motor and 31 training programmes to choose from, the ZR7 is an ideal choice for regular, at-home exercise. With its easy fold system, the ZR7 provides a compact solution to owning a gym-quality treadmill.

31 programmes include 24 pre-set options, 3 target programmes, body fat and 3 user-defined programmes.

  • Model number: re1-11721pl.
  • Speed 13kph.
  • Variable 2% elevation.
  • 30 user programmes.
  • Console feedback including: speed, time, distance, calories, pulse, heart rate.
  • 1.5hp peak motor size.
  • Maximum user weight 120kg (18st 13lb).
  • Folds for storage.
  • Hand grip pulse sensor.
  • Mains powered.
  • Running surface size L126, W41cm.
  • Programmes include: 24 pre-set, 3 target, 3 user defined, quick start, bodyfat.
  • 6 display functions.
  • Manual incline.
  • Auto stop safety system.
General information:

  • Size H142, W76, D163cm.
  • Size folded H143, W76, D98cm.
  • Weight 68kg.
  • Transportation wheels.
  • Self-assembly.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year parts and labour guarantee.
  • EAN: 5055436102816.
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21 Comments
Tiptop spot, fab bit of kit and great if you want to go running, air your clothes and do them both for free, without going outside!

Had the ZR9's and they are rock solid builds, super sturdy and very easy to use

For a brand new ZR7, fully delivered and hand assembled in person, by the Reebok lady in this video....

This is a B A R G A I N !


* ZR9 shown in video, but same setup
Great for walking the dog.
Istanbul_Kop29 m ago

Great for walking the dog.


It comes with a dog? Bargain
Istanbul_Kop42 m ago

Great for walking the dog.


Until it needs a...
You may want to buy the breakdown care if buying one of these Reebok treadmills! I got through 2 machines, 2 burnt out motors, a failed display, a shredded belt and a snapped running deck in the course of 6 months, even with the recommended regular maintenance. Decided it wasn't worth it and returned it in the end.
bandyrooc5 m ago

You may want to buy the breakdown care if buying one of these Reebok …You may want to buy the breakdown care if buying one of these Reebok treadmills! I got through 2 machines, 2 burnt out motors, a failed display, a shredded belt and a snapped running deck in the course of 6 months, even with the recommended regular maintenance. Decided it wasn't worth it and returned it in the end.



I agree - I've already made the following comment re an offer on the ZR8 Model but it's equally applicable to this - IMHO Extremely poor quality. Bought one b4 Xmas set it up and it wouldn't function. Got it replaced and the second one has been used 3 times and now doesn't work. Seems to have the same issue as the first one i.e. no power getting to motor or dashboard.
Each to their own. Personally if I were after one I'd get a second hand off eBay/gum tree from someone who tried it twice and gave up. Loads about with big reductions off the price when new and still in great condition. I think the running surface on this one is too narrow for comfortable relaxed running imo.
My wife has one (exactly this model) and it's excellent. I can hang a couple of shirts and some jeans on it to dry. Saves me reaching in the cupboard for the clothes airer.
I'd honestly just do what I did, an pay $80 more (since delivery is free even next day). Compare to £320 delivery on average for the other one unless you want to wait up to a week, for the Reebok GT40s

Link: argos.co.uk/pro…710


Not only does it have much better build quality, a much better motor & a bigger running area. It's also a much newer product with many of the quirks of the older generation (points of failure) removed.


Yes it's a little more expensive, but it's a considerably better overall investment. Well unless you're between 17.5 & 19 stone, in which case this one supports a little more weight.
I can add this to the cross trainer that had 15mins use
Voted cold because of the inb4 carry on.
Hiei_Striker10 h, 16 m ago

I'd honestly just do what I did, an pay $80 more (since delivery is free …I'd honestly just do what I did, an pay $80 more (since delivery is free even next day). Compare to £320 delivery on average for the other one unless you want to wait up to a week, for the Reebok GT40sLink: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/2329710Not only does it have much better build quality, a much better motor & a bigger running area. It's also a much newer product with many of the quirks of the older generation (points of failure) removed. Yes it's a little more expensive, but it's a considerably better overall investment. Well unless you're between 17.5 & 19 stone, in which case this one supports a little more weight.


I’ve the GT40s and definitely happy I paid extra for the motorised incline.
I’m not the best runner but doing hill programmes has definitely shifted some weight and toned my thighs
I’d always recommend taking a look at Gumtree first if you’re looking for a treadmill. A lot of people buy them with best intentions and then never use them. Because they’re also difficult to shift they can sell for very low prices. This or This for example. Clearly second hand isn’t for everyone but it worked out great for me.
Edited by: "baz84" 14th Jul 2018
It really annoys me that manufacturers and sellers advertise these in speed rather than pace. All running is measured in min/mile or min/km.

Anyway, the 13kph works out at roughly 7:30 min/mile, so may not be great for some that are looking to do any kind of drills/sprint work.
Chouman13th Jul

My wife has one (exactly this model) and it's excellent. I can hang a …My wife has one (exactly this model) and it's excellent. I can hang a couple of shirts and some jeans on it to dry. Saves me reaching in the cupboard for the clothes airer.


Is this the model with the built in trouser press?
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Coming to Ebay in about 2-3mths time for the price of £50, 1 owner, very little use, buyer must collect
bandyrooc13th Jul

You may want to buy the breakdown care if buying one of these Reebok …You may want to buy the breakdown care if buying one of these Reebok treadmills! I got through 2 machines, 2 burnt out motors, a failed display, a shredded belt and a snapped running deck in the course of 6 months, even with the recommended regular maintenance. Decided it wasn't worth it and returned it in the end.



I bought a Reebok treadmill from my brother-in-law. It is a higher spec model, cost him £800. He used it about four times in three years then sold it to me for £300. However, it has blown up three times! I have paid for a replacement board, then got a free motor under 10 year warranty, but had to pay to get it fitted, now it's blown again! Getting really fed up with it. Poor quality. Guy who fixed it said I hadn't oiled it enough. I've done that loads since, but it's still dead.
Terrible treadmill. Absolutely appalling service. The tech guy they send out will tell you it is normal for a treadmill to creak as you run, jump on it with his dirty feet after taking his socks & shoes off & then leave without doing a repair. Buyer beware. Do not buy a Reebok Treadmill
Edited by: "2minutenoodles" 2nd Aug 2018
One big problem with this is the max speed. Once you have a good level of fitness you could run at the max speed for 2 hours easily. Need at least 15km max speed
What max speed do you need?
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