Reebok Fitness brand is owned by Icon Health and Fitness, who also own ProForm, Healthrider, NordicTrack, FreeMotion, Weider, Weslo, Gold’s Gym and the iFIT workout technology.
Reebok is a low end brand. They build very cheap products of low quality, such as treadmills, ellipticals, exercise bikes.
Reebok treadmills are famous for being affordable and easy to use. On the other hand, they are not meant to last for many years.
We recommend some of their machines if you need a simple treadmill to stay in shape and you do not have too much money to spend. We must warn you though. Do not set your expectations too high, because you may be disappointed.
The treadmills under $1,000 have an entry level motor, appropriate for light jogging only.
The $1,000 + model have a more serious motor, and that is why they can be considered by runners too.
The components quality is not the best, and the warranty proves this. The most you get is one year for parts and labor. This is a strong warranty for a $700 Reebok treadmill, but too little for a $1,300 machine.
They are affordable:
Offers start with $700 and there are several options in this price range.
iFIT LIVE: Starting with 2011, the new models have the iFIT LIVE module compatibility included. This is a detail we like because iFIT LIVE adds interactivity and workouts diversity.
All machines have a standard warranty, 1 year for parts and labor. This is better than what was offered before (90 days only), but there are other competitors that offer more.
Reebok is not the best brand, but some of their machines are worth the attention. We can recommend the $700 versions for those who need a treadmill to jog 30-45 minutes a day. If you have more money to spend, choose NordicTrack, LifeSpan or Yowza.