V-Fit Treadmill Reviews

V-Fit treadmills mainly cater to the budget end of the market, though this doesn’t mean cheap and nasty. In fact, they are a pretty reliable make at great prices. Like many manufacturers, they build their machines in the Far East which allows them to keep costs down. Their products are well thought out and are made using up to date manufacturing processes resulting in credible machines at very competitive prices.

Beny, the UK importer, has a good reputation for customer service and cover most of their machines with two-year parts and labour warranties – which is not bad (in fact it’s pretty good) for the lower end of the market.

V-Fit treadmills are obviously not going to have all the whistles and bells that higher price models boast, but they can provide a reliable machine that will help you to get fit at a very reasonable price.

With plenty of choices for someone looking for affordable home fitness equipment they certainly cater well to a part of the market that’s often overlooked by some of the more well-known manufacturers.

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