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10 Fantastic electric treadmills for getting a workout at home

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10 Fantastic electric treadmills for getting a workout at home
Electric treadmills can form a core part of important cardio exercise, here are a few standouts for home 
When it comes to working out, many people may start doing cardio exercises when first going to the gym in order to stay fit, this may include using a Stairmaster, exercise bikes and or using a treadmill.
However, if busy gyms with people queuing for machines after work doesn’t appeal to you, you can always work out at home with similar equipment. This list has some great options for electric treadmills that are easy to use.

Ultraslim walking electric treadmill

Ultraslim walking treadmill
Coming with a slim frame, no handrails and subsequently no assembly required, this treadmill is a great option for quick exercise without taking up too much space.
The treadmill has a shock absorbing running belt, helping you to spread the force of your steps and protect your joints when in use. Plus, the machine also has transport wheels for moving it around easily.
Specifications:
Maximum speed – 10kmph
Weight – 18.9kg
Assembly required - no

CITYSPORTS electric treadmill

Citysports treadmill
This electric walking treadmill is great for a good home workout, featuring adjustment of its speed settings with a handy remote control. Also included are integrated Bluetooth speakers that you can use to listen to music while you exercise.
Other features include an LCD display showing information like time, speed and calories burnt, a non-slip running belt and a slim frame for easy storage.
Specifications:
Maximum speed – 6kmph
Weight – 23.9kg
Assembly required - no

Fit4home electric treadmill

Fit4home treadmill
This machine has a more conventional design and is a folding treadmill, meaning that it’s compact and can be fully folded up when not in use. To give you peace of mind, it has a useful safety lock to stop it from falling, as well as an extra wide running surface for comfortable walking, jogging or running.
Specifications:
Maximum speed – 12kmph
Weight – 28kg
Assembly required - yes

Xeo home treadmill

Xeo home treadmill
With a lower to the ground profile, wide running belt and firm steel tubes, this treadmill is great for a stable and reliable workout. The machine also has two side grips leading from its control panel, which can monitor time and speed and also has a bottle holder.
Usefully the machine also makes minimal noise if you have concerns over noise levels for your family members or partner when you exercise.
Specifications:
Maximum speed – 10kmph
Weight – 29kg
Assembly required - yes

Cosmobuy electric treadmill

Cosmobuy treadmill
Coming in at a heavy 30kg, the Cosmobuy treadmill is a motorised, electric treadmill suitable for use in a home gym set up. It has a non-slip running surface for safe and comfortable workouts as well as a multi-functional control panel with handgrips on the side.
Specifications:
Maximum speed – 10kmph
Weight – 30kg
Assembly required - yes

Canmalchi electric treadmill

Canmalchi treadmill
This treadmill has a slender design, with an upstanding aluminum frame with that can hold a tablet or phone during workouts.
Conveniently no assembly is required so you can get yourself going straight from the box. The machine is also foldable and can lie flat under a desk or a sofa for easy storage.
Note: To allow the treadmill to dissipate heat, do not place it on carpet.
Specifications:
Maximum speed – 12kmph
Weight – 21kg
Assembly required - yes

Buyer Empire electric treadmill

Buyer Empire treadmill
Great for regular workouts, this machine combines foldability with a control panel and phone/water bottle holders. The frame is made from durable alloy steel and features a low-noise motor and belt, so you won’t disturb the neighbours or family while you use it.
Specifications:
Maximum speed – 10kmph
Weight – 20kg
Assembly required - yes

Costway 2-in-1 electric treadmill

Costway 2-in-1 treadmill
Functioning as both a standard-use treadmill or an under-desk treadmill, this machine is a versatile and low-noise option for cardio exercise.
It has a spacious and shock-absorbing belt and high load-bearing capacity to relieve the impact of running on your joints. There’s an upper touch screen to adjust speed and different modes. It has a fully foldable design for easily storing it away.
Specifications:
Maximum speed – 12kmph
Weight – 34kg
Assembly required - yes

HOMCOM electric treadmill

HOMCOM treadmill
With a heavy 36kg weight, this treadmill features a powerful 1.85HP motor that can go up to 12kmph for more intensive workouts. Included are 12 different programs to choose from for a variety of workouts, plus an LED screen to monitor speed, time and calories burnt.
Another feature present is an emergency switch to stop the treadmill instantly when pulled.
Specifications:
Maximum speed – 12kmph
Weight – 36kg
Assembly required - yes

Nero sports electric treadmill

Nero treadmill
Foldable and easy to use with additional Bluetooth connectivity, this treadmill is a good option for a home workout. It has three adjustable incline levels for different types of exercise and an LED display to show key workout metrics.
Specifications:
Maximum speed – 19kmph
Weight – 24kg
Assembly required - yes
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