New Reebok Treadmill Reviews

Reebok 8400C

One of the older models in the Reebok lineup and with the price increase to $1400, we would look ...

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Reebok 9500ES

The LCD screen is both a strength and weakness. Looks great but if it breaks, you won?t fix it w...

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Older Reebok Reviews

Reviewed in 2016

Reebok 1410

Reebok's serious challenge for other treadmills in the $1,500 range. A solid contender against th...

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Reebok 1910

Best Reebok ever made! Lots of value for the money. It is packed with features and some of the be...

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Reebok 710

A swing and a miss! If Reebok lights your fire, step up to the 910 model. You get much more for t...

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Reebok 910

Overkill for most walkers and as solid a $1,000 treadmill as there is on the market.

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Reebok Challenger 150

Not a great deal at $899 but we've seen on sale from time to time. The better deal is the Reebok...

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Reebok Competitor RT 6.0

Short warranty is the just the start of shortcomings on this model! It is overpriced, is equippe...

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Reebok Competitor RT 8.0

A nice overall package but if I were in your shoes I would be looking either higher or lower in t...

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Reebok R 6.90

Cheap components in the drive system will make you want this model like you would want a head-on ...

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Reebok V 8.90

Massively overpriced compared with other models that this factory makes in the NordicTrack and Pr...

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Reviewed in 2014

Reebok Crosswalk RT 5.1

Not a bad machine but when you are buying an $800 treadmill keep in mind that some serious corner...

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Reebok ZigTech 1410

Reebok's serious challenge for other treadmills in this $1500 range. A solid contender against th...

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Reebok ZigTech 1910

The best Reebok ever made! One of the best treadmills in the $2000 price range.

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Reebok ZigTech 710

A nice try but keep on trying Reebok. You are better off spending $200 extra for the ZigTech 910.

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Reebok ZigTech 910

Solid $1000 treadmill from Reebok and if you are a walker, this is probably as good a treadmill a...

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Reviewed in 2013

Reebok 8000C

Good looking unit but is short in the motor area. Since they give the motor a 12 year warranty, ...

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Reebok R 7.90

Another me-too Icon model in the $800 price range. Some bright points but some shortcomings as w...

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Reebok V 6.80

It has a tiny motor in comparison with other models at this price, and also, when comparing it wi...

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Reviewed in 2012

Reebok Crosswalk RT 5.0

Not a bad machine but when you are buying an $800 treadmill keep in mind that some serious corner...

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Reviewed in 2011

Reebok Crosswalk V 7 90

Once again, forget about the Crosswalk units'the arms aren't that helpful and you just pay extra ...

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Reebok T12 80

Best Buy winner for the $1000 range! A fantastic machine for the money- still the heart rate gri...

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Reebok Vista 8500

You would be better off paying the extra $300 for the Reebok Vista model. The 8500 has a few shor...

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Reviewed in 2010

Reebok 8100ES

Although this one has a short warranty, a $999 treadmill with all of the features and components ...

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Reebok R 5.80

Reebok put a large motor in a low-priced treadmill. You can get it at Costco.com for $650 (who k...

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Reebok S 9.80

Our best buy winner in the $699 price range! A clear winner for $700 at Sam's Club and Costco.co...

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Reebok V 6.80

Although it is numbered after the R 5.80, it has a tiny motor in comparison. It also pales in com...

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Reebok Vista

A great looking new model for Reebok, and they took our advice and now provide a separate display...

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Who Manufacturers Reebok Treadmills?

General Information:This is a licensed product for Icon Health and Fitness. Like other Icon built products, the features are heavy and component quality has rocketed upward with the exception being that some of the electronic features have been glitch prone. The pricing disparity we've seen on this brand in the past has equalized with the other Icon brands so there is no longer a premium for the name. The quality has really stepped up and they are making some very good machines- an excellent value for the money.

Manufacturing Philosophy:Reebok is produced by Icon, a company with thousands of employees and large resources. Put simply, their machines have the best design in the business. Icon has a long, storied history that provides an example of how the big keep getting bigger. Icon used to be the mass-market darling because of their cheap prices but they used to have quality to match. These days they put quality into the machines and pack them with features. Service by most of the lower priced companies can be spotty but you get what you pay for.

Company Outlook : Icon is the largest fitness equipment producer in the world with over $1 billion in sales. If the fitness industry were a solar system, Icon is so powerful that they would be the Sun. Although you get a great value price for the product, you also get value service so keep this in mind when buying their machines. We don't get nearly as many complaints about Icon's service as we have in the past. Due to the sheer number of units they produce, we pick up support in many cases where this factory leaves off.