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Reebok ZigTech 1410 Review

Reebok ZigTech 1410

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[wptab name=’Our Analysis’]The Reebok ZigTech 1410 runs on a 3.5 CHP Commercial Plus Motor and is able to reach a maximum speed of 12 mph, making it suitable for everything from walking, jogging and sprinting on. The speed can be changed at just the touch of a button due to the QuickStep Speed Controls, which is always a plus.

One of the best aspects of the motor is the way in which is uses a self-cooling process that is able to extend its life, making it likely that the motor will last for many years to come. Furthermore, the motor is quiet and runs smoothly thanks to being spin-balanced.

The ZigTech’s treadbelt features a cushioning system, which those who need to take it easy on the joints will appreciate, particularly as it works so effectively. This further quietens the treadmill when in use as well.

The treadbelt measures 20 x 60 inches, which is something that very tall users with long strides will appreciate, as they won’t feel confined as they exercise. The incline can be adjusted all the way up to 15% for a more challenging workout and for targeting different muscle groups.

Reebok ZigTech 1410 Computer MonitorThe ZigTech 1410 (along with the Reebok ZigTech 910) is certainly one of the most feature packed and technologically advanced treadmills on the market. It comes with 36 built-in workout apps, all designed by a Certified Personal Trainer, allowing you achieve your fitness goals, whether they be weight loss, endurance, and so on.

The LCD display measures 7” and features a touch screen design. You can view speed, time, distance, calories burned, and your pulse via the contact heart rate grips or Polar chest pulse strap, with the latter being the more accurate of the two.

The LCD display also features a browser that is powered by Android, allowing you to surf the net while you exercise, or you can even go online and take advantage of iFit technology, which includes online fitness tracking, workouts powered by Google Maps, event training, and video workouts.

Other features include a workout fan, which isn’t powerful enough to be effective; an Intermix Acoustics 3.0 Sound System, but the sound quality is a bit lacking; a compatible music port for an iPod or MP3 player; and an EasyLift Assist which allows you to quickly fold the treadmill.

The ZigTech 1410 has a maximum user weight capacity of 375 pounds, and is backed by a lifetime frame and motor, 5-year parts, and 2-year labor warranty.

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