Reebok Treadmills

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Looking to invest in a Reebok Treadmill for home running?

Before you make your decision, you’ll want to make sure that you’ve researched and reviewed all of the different Reebok Treadmills that are available, as buying the wrong one could prove to be an expensive mistake.

Fortunately, we’ve got you covered. We’ve thoroughly researched, reviewed and given our recommendations on each and every Reebok Treadmill available in the United Kingdom.

We’ve tested each and every treadmill for a minimum of 2 months before writing a full review, covering absolutely everything from the built-in features to the quality of the motor.

The Best Reebok Treadmill

If you’re serious about your running and fitness, then you’ll want the best treadmill that Reebok has to offer.

After researching and testing every treadmill, our recommendation is the Reebok One GT40S Treadmill.

The One GT40S is a perfect balance of incredible build quality, commercial-level features and price. By opting for the One GT40S, you’re not having to break the bank to get a treadmill that will last you a lifetime.

Some of the stand out features of the One GT40S include:

  • Top speed of 16km/h (10mph)
  • 12 levels of electronic incline
  • 36 training programmes
  • 5″ LCD backlit display
  • Reebok ONE Series Cushioning – supportive, shock-absorbing running deck
  • Integrated hand pulse sensors
  • Soft drop folding and unfolding

It’s not the most expensive treadmill that Reebok has to offer, but it strikes a perfect balance between features and cost.

The only downside of the One GT40S is the maximum user weight limit of 110kg, or 17.5 stone. If you need a treadmill with a higher user weight limit, we would recommend either the Reebok Jet 200 (120kg/19 stone) or the Reebok Jet 300 (140kg/22 stone).

Other Reebok Treadmills

Reebok offers a range of different treadmills, and it can be hard trying to figure out which one is best suited to your requirements.

We’ve taken the difficulty out of that decision for you by testing and reviewing each and every treadmill that Reebok has to offer.

Some of the other treadmills that Reebok has to offer are:

Reebok Jet 100 Treadmill

Read our full review of the Reebok Jet 100 Treadmill.

The Jet series of treadmills by Reebok are some of the best treadmills on the market today. The Jet 100 is the standard model and shares a lot of similarities with the Reebok One GT40S, with a couple of key differences:

  • The Reebok Jet 100 utilises 6 LED windows to display data, whereas the One GT40S uses a 5″ LCD display (which we think is a bit more professional)
  • The Jet 100 doesn’t have quite as many programmes as the One GT40S
  • The One GT40S uses One Series cushioning, whereas the Jet 100 uses Air Motion Tech.

Other than that, they are fairly similar in terms of price and other features. Your decision will simply come down to personal preference and what’s available or on offer at the time. Our recommendation would be the Reebok One GT40S, but you wouldn’t go wrong opting for the Reebok Jet 100.

Reebok Jet 200 Treadmill

The Jet 200 is a step up from the Jet 100, with a more powerful motor (2.25 HP compared to 2 HP of the Jet 100) providing a max speed of 18km/h, or just over 11mph.

Some notable features of the Reebok Jet 200 include:

  • A wide running deck (140x46cm)
  • A max user weight of 120kg, or 19 stone
  • 15 levels of electronic incline

The Jet 200 would be best suited to someone who is taller/heavier and would need that little bit of extra running deck width and max user weight.

Reebok Jet 300 Treadmill

The Jet 300 takes things a step further and is one of the more expensive treadmills in Reebok’s range. If you’re looking to spend some money on a home treadmill that looks and feels like commercial gym treadmills, then look no further.

Some of the key differences between the Jet 300 and other Reebok treadmills are:

  • A top speed of 20km/h, or 12.5mph
  • 15 levels of electronic incline
  • A maximum user weight of 140kg
  • An extra-wide running deck (150x51cm)

This would be the go-to treadmill for anyone who needs the extra width and length on the running deck, as well as the additional weight capacity of the machine.