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Kirsty Motorised Treadmill with Free Cross Trainer.

Treadmill. Model number KG-W10301. Mains powered. Speed 08 - 12km/h. Elevation: 3 triangle block. Elevation position flat plus 1 levels. Running surface (L)120 x (W)50. Belt dimensions (L)120 x (W)40. Ear pulse sensor. Feedback time, speed, calories, distance and pulse. Foldable. Transportation wheels.Maximum user body weight 110kg/17st. Size when built (H)155, (W)73, (L)134cm. Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee. Cross Trainer. Kirsty Gallacher X Train. Model number KG-10211. Magnetic resistance system. Ear pulse sensor. User programmes 3 target and body fat. Feedback time, distance, calories. Tension control manual 8 levels. Flywheel 5kg. Transportation wheels. Maximum user weight 110kg. Size when built (H)143, (W)60, (L)60cm. Packed flat for home assembly. Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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Review 1 for Kirsty Motorised Treadmill with Free Cross Trainer.
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3 / 5
3 / 5
Reasonable Items!
Posted11 November 2008
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By Crystal
From:West Midlands
" I must say i am reasonably happy with the gym equipment that i had purchased some time ago. Putting them together was easy- i enlisted the help of father (lol) and they are fairly small, although i was a little disappointed that the treadmill 'folds away' at an almost 90degree angle! It is impossible to store it under my bed as i was hoping to do, it neither fits in my downstairs cupboard nor my wardrobe! Aside from that i really enjoy the crosstrainer, it is a sound piece of equipment, not as hard/firm as gym equipment, but for the price, you can't really moan. In regards to the treadmill it rocks slightly from side to side whilst in use, and it does take some time to respond to the slower programmes once you are at a higher speed, and the decrease happens at a shocking pace once it comes into affect. However it is a sound piece of equipment, which can handel my considerable weight! If i was going to make any additional comment, i would say that the crosstrainer is definatley the better of the two items as you burn considerably more weight without feeling like it is a major feat! Thank argos for the good offer! "
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Review 2 for Kirsty Motorised Treadmill with Free Cross Trainer.
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2 / 5
2 / 5
beginners machine
Posted04 October 2008
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By stod
From:cumbria
" treadmill is fine if you are just getting into exercise, as I am, not the most substantial machine, frame wobbles when using it and the readout needs to be re-tightened periodically, is suitable for fast walking or light jogging. The first cross-trainer broke into pieces after 7 sessions, but was replaced without a problem. This package is fine if you want to try both apparatus and decide if you want to spend more money on better machines but don't expect them to last too long. Would I buy them again, no. "
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Review 3 for Kirsty Motorised Treadmill with Free Cross Trainer.
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5 / 5
5 / 5
Great products, well made
Posted30 September 2008
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By Scott
From:Bedfordshire
" This was a great buy, both of the products are well made and easy to assemble. These products, although not as robust as those you would find in a gym they certainly take a lot of punishment and should last for ages in the home environment.
the controls are easy to use and get used to, ideal for all the family, although not young or un acompanied kids.
Both items give you a great workout!
Totally recommend this deal! enjoy
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Review 4 for Kirsty Motorised Treadmill with Free Cross Trainer.
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5 / 5
5 / 5
Fun keeping fit
Posted30 September 2008
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By Roger
From:Southampton
" The treadmill was well packaged. From the moment we set it up we were ready to go. My wife and I are both using it regularly together and didn't realise how unfit we had become. The unit is very easy to set up and use even for people like us who have never been to a Gym before. It is vey well built and is very sturdy. It works well in conjunction with the Kirsty CrossTrainer which we bought at the same time. "
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Review 5 for Kirsty Motorised Treadmill with Free Cross Trainer.
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4 / 5
4 / 5
Posted30 September 2008
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By Bryan
From:hampshire
" Both units are working satisfactory NOW I had a problem with the treadmill as the Computer stopped working after two days contacted manufactor who supplied new one free of charge. "
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