Currently available for £699.99 from Argos
Reebok ZJET 460 Treadmill Review
We have not yet had the opportunity to properly review the Reebok ZJET 460 Treadmill, but hope to be able to very soon.
Always one of the names that’s likely to make it onto your shortlist when looking for a new treadmill, Reebok has a range that includes a wide selection of models from entry level to upper-midpoint machines. The current catalogue caters for most domestic running needs and has some unique propositions including an ultra-compact model. We took a look a the Reebok ZJet 460 which is priced very much at the midpoint to see what you can expect for your money and how that compares with other similarly prices running machines on the market. Here’s what we found.
Putting the ZJet 460 together is a bit easier than most (non-preassembled) treadmill as it is partially assembled in the box. Having the upright posts pre-attached and only needing to unfold them and then lock them into position does make things easier and after that there aren’t many steps to complete the build. With one other helper most people will be able to set this machine up in less than an hour.
Looks-wise this model is predominantly black. Black uprights, black console, black frame and black plastic trim. There’s a quality matt finish to everything and while the console does look a bit early millenium in style the overall impression is pretty good. In terms of size the 182cm (71.7”) x 78cm (30.7”) footprint places this model in the small-to-mid range, being similar in length, yet narrower, than many full size models meaning it’ll fit into narrower spaces than a lot of models in this bracket.
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