Reebok I Run Plus Treadmill Reviews
Product Type: Reebok Fitness
Description:Fitness Equipment / The I Run + Treadmill from Reebok is designed for the fitness enthusiast training at home with no compromise on space. The super slim folding irun treadmill can be easily stored away after exercise and looks ultra modern reaching speeds of ... more
Reebok I Run Plus Treadmill ... 14km/h when in use. In a range of contemporary colours, the irun is the MP3generation design statement. Yet it performs, too with a running speed of 14kph, two incline levels, multifunctional backlit computer and heartrate sensors. And, with a spacesaving compact design, you are sure to find room for an irun in your life and your home. Specifications: Motor 1.75 Hp 240V / 50Hz 2 elevation levels manual folding. Speed 0.8 14km/h. User Weight Limit 100kg.
Newest Review: ... yourself at alternating speeds rather than getting used to one set level. This was useful for me as it meant i'm not getting ... more
Customer Reebok I Run Plus Treadmill Reviews (5)
by - written on 09/03/09 (Very useful, 3759 readings)
Ok I thought I would write a review about the Reebok I Run +, mainly because I wanted to highlight the difference between this runner compared to the more expensive models out there. The last runner I reviewed was the Horizon Elite 507 which came in at a touch over £1000. This is an expensive treadmill, but it came with everything you need from a running machine. The Reebok I Run + is considerably cheaper, but as the old saying goes, "You get what you pay for", in this case, a running machine that does half a job. Let me explain. SPECIFICATIONS 1.75 horsepower (HP) continuous Now the engine on this machine is actually not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/03/09 (Very useful, 1688 readings)
Like pretty much anyone else who's thinking about getting one of these, I bought it with the intention of getting fit, without spending big bucks on a treadmill. Course the cheapest way of doing this is to just get out there and run, but I'm not a fan of the cold, wet, dark etc. etc., basically I'm pretty lazy and if I can come up with any excuse not to do something, I won't do it! So I bought an I-Run, thinking I'd take it with a pinch of salt, it's not going to be as good as a professional machine at that price, but it's expensive enough to force me into using it once in a while. So it comes pretty much ready made, in fact I don't think I had to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/08 (Very useful, 1115 readings)
This threadmill was bought by my mother and wasn't being used much so I took it off her. She bought it from Argos for £499 but now it is on offer for only £333, if anyone is interested in buying it. These are it's main features: Mains powered. Manual elevation. 2 section adjustment. Running surface (H)40, (W)120cm. Hand grip pulse sensor. Detail of programmes quick start, 3 target program, 3 preset programmes. Console type back lit LCD 1 window. Feedback details speed, time, distance, calories. Foldable. Transportation wheels. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/10 (Very useful, 374 readings)
I newly bought this treadmill for £499.89 with Argos and so far it delivers what you'd expect. The speed range covers 1-14KPH which, even at the top end isn't hugely fast, however, it makes the treadmill useful for people who want to maintain a healthy fitness rather than more vigorous training. Also, there are 5 pre-set programmes which really provide variation, allowing you to challenge yourself at alternating speeds rather than getting used to one set level. This was useful for me as it meant i'm not getting bored of using the treadmill. Another great feature are the incline settings, i really love this because it adds another more life-like challenge of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/09 (Useful, 1251 readings)
After deciding that I really should get fit but couldnt go out running in the mornings due to it being pitch black and freezing I looked at buying a treadmill. This is by far the best one I found because it looks so much more modern than all the rest (that look like they are for real die-hard fitness types), it really simple to use and it folds away to nothing and can be stored upright against a wall, or flat under the bed etc. You get a backlit display which shows how far you've been, how many calories burned, and the time you've been running for. The buttons are really simple, theres go, stop, up and down. It comes ready assembled which is a bonus, but you get oil with Read the complete review
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