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Best treadmill deals: Stuck at home? Take a look at these bargain treadmills from £480

Working from home? Take a look at these awesome treadmill deals

It might be hard to adjust to a new working from home lifestyle, but it doesn’t mean you can’t get some daily exercise in. Maybe you’ve just never had an affordable gym close to your house and running around the parks and pavements in unpredictable weather just never feels appetising – there’s always the option of buying a treadmill for your home.

Treadmills are great for a number of reasons, and they can fit neatly in the corner of your living room, study or another room, ready for when you need a break from hunching over your laptop. It goes without saying that they’re much more convenient than gyms, and certainly more cost-effective than a monthly membership. 

We’ll be keeping on eye on the best deals and discounts,  so make sure you keep coming back to this page to see what we find.

The best treadmill deals this March

1. Kettler Arena (was £899, now £799)

The Kettler Sport Arena features in our best treadmills list for many reasons, however, what impressed us most was its variable speed range. Its credited for being a speedy treadmill, topping out at 18kph, however where the Kettler Arena gains unique status is from its slowest speed being 0.3kph. This slow speed makes it perfect for an easy start to your session or for anyone in recovery. What’s more, being able to jump from quick to super slow and back again really makes this treadmill a great HIIT accessory. Fancy some tunes to really hit the spot for your HIIT workout? Fortunately, Kettler has that covered with Bluetooth connectivity you’re able to link your smart device to the treadmill and play music out of its speakers.

Buy now from John Lewis

2. Branx Fitness Foldable Treadmill (was £999, now £500)

With a maximum speed of 17km/h, 12 pre-set programmes and a 3.5 CHP motor, the Branx Fitness is a highly versatile treadmill. It also folds away, freeing up that space when you need it – and right now at Amazon, it’s half the usual price.

Buy now from Amazon

3. Reebok ZR9 Treadmill (Was £1000, now £480)

With a set of speakers, pulse readouts and a top speed of 16km/h, the Reebok ZR9 treadmill isn’t something to be ignored. You have the option of following one of the 16 user programmes, or you can do your own thing. And, once you’re done, it folds up for neat storage.

Buy now from Argos

4. Reebok One GT60 Treadmill (was £1,000, now £650)

Another treadmill from Reebok, with £350 knocked off the RRP. The GT60 certainly isn’t short of features: it has 45 programmes for you to choose from, has an astonishing 15 levels on inclines, and has built-in speakers for you to blast songs and podcasts as you run.

Buy now from Argos

5. Roger Black Platinum Treadmill (was £600, now £500)

We’ve seen a number of discounts across Roger Black exercise equipment of late, including a couple of exercise bikes. This one at Argos is only to the tune of £100. But it comes armed with all the features you’d expect of a mid-range treadmill – 12 pre-set programmes and 18 incline settings, an impressive top speed of 18kph, a pulse hand grip sensor – and £500 is hardly a great cost if you’re investing in home fitness.

Buy now from Argos