Reebok Jet 300+ Treadmill review 2020

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Spotify or Netflix while you run? Now you're listening (or watching).

Finder rating: ★★★★★

Details

Price£1,099.99
Foldable
Motor2.50CHP
Max. speed20kph (12.4mph)
Incline15 levels of incline
Workout programmes45 (includes 28 pre-set; 10 user-defined; 3 targets: distance, time, calories; 3 virtual runs and the straightforward "Quickstart")
Heart rate sensorHand grips
ScreenInterAct 2.0 10.1-inch TFT touchscreen display
Wheels
Workout fan
Cup holders2
Bluetooth
Max. user weight140kg (309lb)
Manufacturer's guarantee2 years
Other featuresInternet-enabled InterAct 2.0 console and built-in 5W speakers. USB charging port.
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Pros and cons

  • A treadmill that's actually nice to look at!
  • Netflix and Spotify come pre-loaded to take your mind off those aching legs...
  • Plenty of pre-set programmes and slots to devise your own.
  • A motor that's likely to provide lasting power and speed.
  • Auto stop safety system.
  • "SoftDrop" hydraulic folding and unfolding.
  • Bluetooth doesn't come as standard (although bluetooth-enabled versions are available).
  • The angle of the track when folded means that it still takes up a fair bit of space when not in use.
Reebok Jet 300+ console
The Jet 300+ comes with the Internet-enabled “InterAct 2.0” console with its touchscreen display. From the console you can control your workout and your entertainment. Users report that the Jet 300+ does a good job of offering a world of great tech while still keeping it straightforward, fast and easy to get up and, er, running. Although the touchscreen is a little small for it to feel truly immersive, its “Virtual Active” function offers three scenic “simulated reality” settings for your work-out.
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Expert review

Amelia Glean

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Amelia is a writer for Finder, specialising in shopping, style and travel. She has several years of experience writing about all things lifestyle, including health and fitness, fashion and beauty, food and drink and travel. When she's not at work, you'll find her jetting off somewhere hot, baking sweet treats or playing football.

Expert review

Looking for a treadmill that goes with your coffee table? Probably not, but there’s no doubt that the Jet 300+ is a bit more designer than the average treadmill.

The good design extends to the hardware and software alike. You’ll benefit from inclines up to 15%, in 15 increments, a powerful motor and a generous running deck with ‘Air Motion Technology’. Reebok says this technology creates an undercurrent to cushion the foot as it lands and then enhance the ‘toe-off’ as it leaves the belt. In theory, that means less energy wasted and less stress to joints.

While the 300 Plus isn’t drastically different from its little sister the 300 in terms of its build, the console and programmes where you’ll really notice a difference. The console boasts an impressive touchscreen where you can track your progress and keep yourself entertained. The Jet 300+ can accommodate 3rd party apps and comes pre-loaded with Netflix and Spotify, so you can blast through episodes or playlists while you blast through the miles.

There’s not a lot to complain about with the Jet 300+. However we would have liked to have seen bluetooth included as standard, and, as is the case with many of the more solid folding treadmills on the market, it could take up less room when folded. But on the whole this is an impressive, interactive, high-spec running machine.

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