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Reebok V 6.80 Treadmill

by Reebok

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  • Horse Power Rating : 2.8 Mach Z™ CHP Motor--Employing an axial fan, this motor reduces noise as it cools internal components, enhancing your workout environment and extending the motor's life.
  • Space Saver: SpaceSaver® Design --To give you more room to stretch or stretch the room you have, this patented design allows the deck to fold vertically for storage.
  • Shock Absorption: AIRTECH™ Cushioning--Integrates firmer support at the foot-strike and take-off portion of your stride, and a softer support zone throughout the rest.
  • Display Panel: Blue Solaris™ LED Illumination Control--Precisely illuminates the portion of the console being used, so you can easily track your workout progress.
  • Quarter-Mile Track Indicator--This is an interactive feature that allows you to pace yourself just as if you were walking around a regulation track.

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Product Description

The Reebok® V 6.80 treadmill is engineered with a 2.8 HP Mach Z™ motor offering a quiet, self-cooling drive system. Precision-machined rollers reduce noise and help the V 6.80 operate smoothly and quietly, while AIR TECH™ impact-reducing cushioning integrates firmer support zones.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 73 x 31 x 11 inches ; 193 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 193 pounds
  • ASIN: B0038X6R9E
  • Item model number: EBE1045
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,626,005 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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On 9/1 I received a call from a person at Costco headquarters in Washington.
Sherrie Ferguson
The tread is really good too good cushion perfect if you have sensitive knees and cant run to much on hard surfaces.
A. Thompkins
Gee, I guess I must be old fashioned, but I think a treadmill should last longer than a year.
Sandra K. Holm

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Scott Coleman on March 10, 2011
This treadmill has done me and my wife good in the last year that we have owned it. Everything works as advertised. We don't run on it, but we power walk at a good angle. The Ipod speakers aren't exactly Bose quality but they aren't bad. You get what you pay for. Speaking of the cost, we paid less then 500.00 at Academy for ours, so that makes the price here seem ridiculous.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sherrie Ferguson on July 26, 2011
Update:
10/12/2011
A representative from Costco contacted us and after one month and much hassle, on the Costco rep's part with ICON Fitness, the treadmill was returned and refunded. Costco has great customer service but ICON, even in dealing with its partners, has awful customer service. Writing letters and not being willing to accept shoddy products and service worked in this case.

Update:
The new motor control did not work. From the first try after installment the treadmill did the same things. I tried calling the tech's number on 8/31 and 9/1. No reply. The letter that I had mailed to ICON I had also sent the letter to the Better Business Bureaus in Louisiana and Utah. The LA BBB was lacking in reading comprehension and thought the complaint was against Costco, though it clearly stated it was against ICON, and forwarded my letter to the BBB in Washington. On 9/1 I received a call from a person at Costco headquarters in Washington. I explained that the complaint was not against Costco at all. She said she'd call ICON right away and get them to deal with my treadmill. Shortly after we hung up a different person from ICON called me back. After going through the same diagnostic checks as before she said they'd send a new console panel out. Then she tersely told me that this was the last thing they would do for this treadmill. The new console panel arrived on 9/8 and was installed on 9/11. I used it on 9/12 and it still doesn't work properly. The treadmill sped up suddenly and then cycled through different speeds like 0.0, 0.3, etc. I am beyond frustrated at this point.

Update:
The part that the ICON tech sent out arrived on 8/15 and is now replaced in my treadmill today, 8/21. He has not called to check on it but I will test out how it works for a while.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sandra K. Holm on March 14, 2012
I purchased the Reebok V 6.80 Treadmill in January, 2010. It quit running in late January 2011. Service? No Repair? No. Oh, that isn't fair. It can be repaired, but it will cost about $350 more than what I originally paid for the treadmill. Gee, I guess I must be old fashioned, but I think a treadmill should last longer than a year. Of course that year was just past the warranty on the parts and labor. Now I have this big piece of junk equipment in my room that doesn't work, can't be fixed, and now will be trashed! Don't waste your money!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By PinkieTwinkie on January 8, 2012
These are one of those workout equipment that's the cheapest and collecting dust while it's on display. I was a little bit skeptical about buying any form of treadmill. Reading reviews and people saying things like, "If you want a treadmill you HAVE TO spend at least 1000 bucks to be satisfied with what you're getting." My budget was low but fitness was crazy important to me to help transform my lifestyle. I knew I had to get something. Where I live, it's difficult to do anything outside due to sporadic weather.
There are a few tid-bits that I can get into about this treadmill, although they're really small. The speakers aren't phenomenal, and it's not whisper quiet. It's not top notch, it's purely average. Putting it together wasn't too strenuous.
Don't judge a book by its cover, this item lasted me a long time without failing; I owe it a lot.

EDIT: It's been almost 4 years now since I got this treadmill. I started marathon running and practiced on this treadmill non-stop. This is an old model, but it's STILL running strong. I still give this treadmill 5 stars and maybe even more if I could.
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