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Treadmills - advice, information and where to buy

Buying a treadmill for your own, or your family's, personal use allows you to workout at your convenience and means that you no longer have to sacrifice your creature comforts to do so. Treadmills are also becoming much more affordable and as a result, increasingly popular.

Our guide will help you decide which model to choose by providing extended product information, images and reviews.

Why buy? - looking at why you may want to buy a treadmill
Buyers' guide - useful tips on what to look for when buying
Using your treadmill - how to use it properly
How to maintain your treadmill - maintenance is key to lasting performance
Second hand treadmills - looking to buy or sell?
Refurbished treadmills - where to buy and what to look for
Reconditioned treadmills - advice and where you can buy one

Browse treadmills by brand

       
Kettler

Kettler

The Heinz Kettler group is a leading company in the leisure industry and produces stylish, high quality sports and fitness equipment under the Kettler brand.

Trimline

Trimline

A good range is on offer from Trimline with a model to suit everyone: beginning fitness enthusiasts and elite athletes alike.

       
Life Fitness

Life Fitness

Life Fitness is the number one treadmill manufacturer for commercial facilities. It is also a very popular choice for those looking for premium treadmills for home use.

Tunturi

Tunturi

Tunturi offer a good selection of treadmills, from good entry-level models starting at around £750 to top of the range models packed with features for just over £3000.

       
Proform

Proform

Proform are most widely known for their treadmills which have continued to grow in popularity ever since they first introduced the SpaceSaver® folding design.

York Fitness

York Fitness

Treadmills from York fall into the entry-level to mid-range category, including some real budget options for those that only require the basics (starting at under £200!).

       
Reebok

Reebok

Reebok treadmills range from around £750 to £1800 and all come with an EasyUp power fold system, wireless heart rate monitor and a good range of workout programmes.

   
       
 

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