Compare Reebok treadmills for sale in the UK

One of the most popular makers of affordable running machines, Reebok has a great range to suit your budget and your wishlist.

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Reebok is a pretty big household name when it comes to fitness clothing and accessories. But is the brand worth placing your bets on if you’re in the market for a treadmill?

Our guide compares the range of price-friendly, foldable Reebok running machines out there right now in that handy little table you see below (featuring motor power, top speed, deck size and price), as well as expert reviews from our gym-loving shopping team.

Compare Reebok treadmills

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Name Product Price Motor Speeds Running area Rating link Other features
Reebok One GT30 Treadmill
£399.99
1.50CHP
Up to 16kph
(9.9mph)
0.55m²
(130cm x 42cm)
Finder rating
★★★★★
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Argos

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Console feedback, including time, speed, distance, calories and heart rate.
Reebok I Run 4.0 Treadmill - White
£499.99
1.25CHP
Up to 16kph
(9.9mph)
0.58m²
(125cm x 46cm)
Finder rating
★★★★★
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Argos

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Reebok One GT40S Treadmill
£499.99
2.00CHP
Up to 16kph
(9.9mph)
0.56m²
(130cm x 43cm)
Finder rating
★★★★★
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Argos

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Programmable incline. Floor level adjustment. SoftDrop hydraulic folding.
Reebok Jet 100 Treadmill
£499.99
2.00HP
Up to 16kph
(9.9mph)
0.56m²
(130cm x 43cm)
Finder rating
★★★★★
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Argos

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Media hub with mobile holder and USB port. SoftDrop hydraulic folding and auto-stop safety key.
Reebok Jet 200 Treadmill
£599.99
2.25HP
Up to 18kph
(11.2mph)
0.64m²
(140cm x 46cm)
Finder rating
★★★★★
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Argos

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Air motion cushioning.
Reebok ZJET 400 Treadmill
£599.99
2.00HP
Up to 16kph
(9.9mph)
0.56m²
(130cm x 43cm)
Finder rating
★★★★★
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Argos

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24 pre-set workouts. Built-in speakers.
Reebok Jet 300 Treadmill
£699.99
2.50HP
Up to 20kph
(12.4mph)
0.77m²
(150cm x 51cm)
Finder rating
★★★★★
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Argos

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Media hub with mobile holder and USB port. SoftDrop hydraulic folding and auto-stop safety key.
Reebok ZJET 460 Bluetooth Treadmill
£699.99
2.50HP
Up to 20kph
(12.4mph)
0.64m²
(140cm x 46cm)
Finder rating
★★★★★
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Argos

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Built-in speakers. 9 display functions.
Reebok Jet 300+ Treadmill
£1,099.99
2.50CHP
Up to 20kph
(12.4mph)
0.77m²
(150cm x 51cm)
Finder rating
★★★★★
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Argos

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Internet-enabled InterAct 2.0 console and built-in 5W speakers. USB charging port.
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Are Reebok treadmills any good?

In short, yes. Reebok has had its fair share of not-so-excellent home fitness machines in the past (like every other sports brand more or less), but the majority of its more recent models have turned out to be right on the money. This can be said for both beginners and advanced runners, which we’re going to touch on in the next section.

Other foldable models that aren’t included in our Reebok treadmill comparison table are the ZR8, ZR9 and ZR10. They were, in fact, discontinued, with many shoppers complaining of a hefty price tag that wasn’t always backed up with a decent maximum speed or incline level.

What’s the best Reebok treadmill?

These Reebok treadmills can look pretty similar from the outset, but our comparison table allows you to zoom in on all the individual features more easily. You’re welcome.

Like anything, the “best” option will depend on your circumstances and reasons for using the machine.

For beginners

We wholeheartedly recommend the Reebok Jet 200. Yes, at £599.99 it’s pricier than the Reebok One GT30 (£399.99), but for good reason.

  • Jet Air Pods: That’s treadmill jargon for air cushioning, making running on one much more comfortable.
  • User-friendly interface: It’s easy for beginners to navigate through the programmes and settings.
  • 15 incline levels: It offers a higher level of incline than many other models in its price bracket.
  • Better value for money: You get more features for your money than the Reebok ZJET 460 (£699.99), in our humble opinion.

For advanced runners

Looking to ramp up your running routine? It has to be the Reebok Jet 300+, the crème de la crème of the treadmill market.

  • Netflix and Spotify connectivity: Watch movies, TV shows or listen to your favourite tracks while running.
  • VirtualActive functions: Pick your own scenery to follow as you run and transport yourself away from your home gym.
  • Connection to the Reebok Fitness App: Track previous workouts and results on your smartphone for analysis.
  • 20kph maximum speed: Sprint faster with one of the quickest treadmills on the market.
  • Pre-installed cooling fan: Perfect for keeping you cool on sweatier days in the summer.

How long do Reebok treadmills last?

The warranty for the majority of these Reebok running machines is 10 years for the motor and 2 years for parts. This means you can expect your treadmill to last you over 10 years – a pretty good investment, no? Specific models will last you longer, after all, you get what you pay for. The Reebok One GT30 may be on its last legs before the Reebok Jet 300+ breaks a sweat, although wear and tear will, of course, depend on use.

Our verdict

Major treadmill brands such as Life Fitness, Technogym, ProForm and York Fitness will be keeping an eye on the development at Reebok HQ. After a few minor hiccups, the brand has firmly asserted itself as a top running machine supplier, launching a series of ground-blazing treadmills over recent years.

The best pick of the bunch we’ve compared is the Reebok Jet 300+, the ideal choice for advanced runners looking to shake up their routine. More affordable options that don’t compromise on performance too much and are best-placed for beginners include the Reebok Jet 200 and the Reebok ZJET 400.

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