Fuel Fitness Treadmill Reviews
The latest brand to hit the UK – trusted in the USA
Fuel Fitness are a relative newcomer to the UK, although they are well established over in the USA.
The Fuel fitness treadmills are aimed at the mid to high price range of the market with prices starting from around £600 to over £1200.
Those at the top end of the price range have a host of extra features such as fans and built in speakers. The treadmills benefit from belts that are thick enough to compare to those on “orthopaedic” models from other brands.
As they are new to the UK you may not have heard much press about their treadmills, but based on our test runs and reviews we would compare them to manufacturers such as York and NordicTrack for build quality, features and general appearance. Fuel are setting themselves apart from their competitors with generous warranties.
Each treadmill will have a slightly different warranty period but you can expect at least 2 years parts and labour, with up to 5 years parts and lifetime frame and motor on some models
Our reviews found the installation of the machines to be simple and although there is some assembly required you can expect to spend around 30 minutes putting the treadmills together.
So in summary, Fuel Fitness are taking on the competition in the best way possible and we expect them to win over many happy customers.
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