York T200 Treadmill Was £599.99 Now £299.99 @ Tesco Direct
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York T200 Treadmill Was £599.99 Now £299.99 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 8th Jan 2009Made hot 14th Jan 2009
This seems a decent price for a good quality treadmill.

This York T200 motorised treadmill has a maximum speed of 16km/h with 2 LED windows for easy viewing and a user friendly approach. It has 10 workout programs and pulse sensors. It has a maximum user weight of 120kg. It has wheels and comes with assembly tools.
Brand York
Colour Blue/ black
Features of Product Max speed of 16km/h 2 LED windows for easy viewing Speed and incline handlebar control Transport wheels for easy storage 10 workout programs Soft drop fold down
Free Accessories No
Incline Options 0-10% powered incline
Max Body Weight 120kg
Maximum Speed 16kph
Number of Computer Functions 5
Packed Flat For Home Assembly Yes
Product Depth 167 cm
Product Height 133 cm
Product Width 78 cm
Pulse Sensor Included Hand grips
Tools Included Yes

19 Comments

why not just go out running??

sorry my personal view on a lot of keep fit equipment is that it is a waste of money. and i'm sure a load of people will state that it's better to run in the warm but then surley you get warm FROM running anyway

Best excercise i used to get was riding my bike 3 miles to work everyday.

Good reduction but i'll stay away from voting on this one.

Vimes220;3993149

Best excercise i used to get was riding my bike



So true.

Or not...

Tesco

Sorry, this product has been discontinued.

Vimes220;3993149

why not just go out running??sorry my personal view on a lot of keep fit … why not just go out running??sorry my personal view on a lot of keep fit equipment is that it is a waste of money. and i'm sure a load of people will state that it's better to run in the warm but then surley you get warm FROM running anywayBest excercise i used to get was riding my bike 3 miles to work everyday. Good reduction but i'll stay away from voting on this one.



I would rather go for a run for free but keep in mind some people dont feel comfortable going out for a run and others might not have time in the day and dont want to go out running at night for safety issues. There could be a whole host of reasons.

i vote hote

Best treadmill I found in this price range was the Reebok iRun.

Retails for £499.99, currently £244.69 at Argos...
argos.co.uk/sta…htm

I tried out a couple of York treadmills before getting mine, and wasn't impressed, particularly with the build quality.

The weather could be another issue for running outside. Have you ever go out running at -5 celcius ? With England's long winter a running machine is not too bad. But I think machine is still too expensive. If this was like £100 I would get one.

wotguvnotmeguv;4062719

Best treadmill I found in this price range was the Reebok iRun.Retails … Best treadmill I found in this price range was the Reebok iRun.Retails for £499.99, currently £244.69 at Argos...http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3350458.htmI tried out a couple of York treadmills before getting mine, and wasn't impressed, particularly with the build quality.



I like the idea of the foldable i-run, but I wasnt sure the motor would cut it, and that the track looks quite short and narrow.

Is it quite good then?

Banned

For most people its best to run outside, voted cold because it's still alot of money

It's fantastic. I really did do my homework on treadmills before buying, and it really is a different class to everything else I could find in the sub-£400 price bracket. Even things that were half price from £700ish weren't as good.

I've had it for a year now. The motor's great. When I first looked at the specs on paper before seeing it, the track did seem short and narrow to me, but once you actually see and use it you realise how little room you actually need. I can put it up to something like a quarter full speed, press stop (which gradually slows it down to a stop), stop running and I won't reach the back before it's stopped completely. The length is more than ample.

Ditto the width. Watch yourself walking and running and look how little room your feet need. There's at least 6" either side of my feet on this thing.

On the inside/outside thing - I got a treadmill because I wanted to be able to run whatever the weather, as I know how easily I get put off by rain and wind. In summer months it got relatively little use, but when there's ice on the pavements or rain in the air, it's a godsend.

asandino;4062757

If this was like £100 I would get one.


Good luck! For that you will be forever having to adjust the belt, manually adjust the height, run with your arms tight to your sides and all on a platform about as stable as the UK economy.

I have been doing a lot of research recently and whilst this one isn't at the top of my list, for the money it is good value.

Vimes220;3993149

why not just go out running??sorry my personal view on a lot of keep fit … why not just go out running??sorry my personal view on a lot of keep fit equipment is that it is a waste of money. and i'm sure a load of people will state that it's better to run in the warm but then surley you get warm FROM running anyway



I am in training for Edinburgh marathon, the weather outside doesnt bother me but the uneven roads do, camber causes me to get ITBS. If i had a treadmill it would be so bad as the gradient is constant

Vimes220;3993149

why not just go out running??Best excercise i used to get was riding my … why not just go out running??Best excercise i used to get was riding my bike 3 miles to work everyday. Good reduction but i'll stay away from voting on this one.



3 miles? that's like 10 minutes biking .. u need to cycle more to get anything out of that short exercise....

Vimes220;3993149

why not just go out running??



Cold/rain, and can't read the newspaper/watch tv while running.

wotguvnotmeguv;4063620

It's fantastic. I really did do my homework on treadmills before buying, … It's fantastic. I really did do my homework on treadmills before buying, and it really is a different class to everything else I could find in the sub-£400 price bracket. Even things that were half price from £700ish weren't as good.I've had it for a year now. The motor's great. When I first looked at the specs on paper before seeing it, the track did seem short and narrow to me, but once you actually see and use it you realise how little room you actually need. I can put it up to something like a quarter full speed, press stop (which gradually slows it down to a stop), stop running and I won't reach the back before it's stopped completely. The length is more than ample.Ditto the width. Watch yourself walking and running and look how little room your feet need. There's at least 6" either side of my feet on this thing.On the inside/outside thing - I got a treadmill because I wanted to be able to run whatever the weather, as I know how easily I get put off by rain and wind. In summer months it got relatively little use, but when there's ice on the pavements or rain in the air, it's a godsend.



Thanks for the info.
Its nice to have a wide berth as you can relax and not worry about wandering slightly (which can happen if you push yourself).
I am also unsure whether 14kmh is quick enough for me. The last time I ran on a treadmill I did 14kmh for 45 mins , so not sure if it will allow me any progression. (and my shins hurt if go on incline so don’t wish to use that).
But the speed is more than adequate for my gf.
Decisions decisions

I like the idea of the foldable i-run, but I wasnt sure the motor would … I like the idea of the foldable i-run, but I wasnt sure the motor would cut it, and that the track looks quite short and narrow.



Took delivery of the i-Run the other day, and it really is a nice bit of kit,can't rally make any judgments on it's performance yet, but if build quality is any indication there should be no worries.

Was also worried about the track width as it seems quite small when you get the tap measure out:oops:, but it is plenty wide enough and the track is also well long enough and it really does look nice, and is quite big, but if you are buying blind I can't recommend the i-Run enough.

Sorry, this product has been discontinued.

If you are happy to spend £300 then why not take out gym membership? You can get a year for as little as £50 in the smaller gyms, can use a variety of equipment, get fitness tips and, more importantly, someone else pays the electric bill!

Expired.

weetonscum;4065733

If you are happy to spend £300 then why not take out gym membership? You … If you are happy to spend £300 then why not take out gym membership? You can get a year for as little as £50 in the smaller gyms, can use a variety of equipment, get fitness tips and, more importantly, someone else pays the electric bill!



I bought the treadmill in the end the other day , and the price went up to £290 odd today (Reebok i run). I already belong to a gym, and thankfully I already know more than the instructors down there so I should be ok
Dont think you will find a gym down here for £4.50 a month :w00t:
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