Reebok ZigTech 1410 Treadmill Review

Reebok ZigTech 1410 Treadmill


Reebok has just unveiled its brand new ZigTech 1410 Treadmill, which jumps into the 2013 treadmill fray with some heavy-hitting features and an equally top-end price tag. But is this new model worth it? For more information about this hot new release from Reebok Fitness, please continue reading.

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The top-tier treadmills for 2013 are tending to cluster around similar sorts of technologies, although prices vary significantly among the various brands. Reebok has thrown its hat in as well, and now offers its brand new Reebok ZigTech 1410 Treadmill to compete with other models in its price/feature class, such as the ProForm Power 1080i we  reviewed recently.  But how does it stack up?

The Reebok ZigTech 1410 comes with very solid specifications, much like the ProForm 1080i. For example, the ZigTech 1410 uses a powerful commercial grade 3.5HP motor, which is slightly (0.25 HP) more robust than the ProForm 1080i; it comes with a well-cushioned deck; has 36 workout apps;  0-12 MPH speed control; -3 to 15% grade incline/decline adjustment; and uses a generous 20-inch by 60 inch treadmill belt.

Further, like the ProForm 1080i, the ZigTech 1410 is also equipped with a similar console display; has the usual panoply of heart rate and pulse monitoring features, comes with an iFit enabled console; uses a space-saving folding design; and offers a high-quality onboard sound system that is iPod-compatible. The 1410, however, adds two High-Def video workouts and an Android-powered web browser that provides handy web connectivity while you run.  As far as warranties go, both treadmills are covered by a 5-year parts and 2-year labor warranty.

Overall, the ZigTech 1410 uses virtually the same core technology that the ProForm 1080i does, except for a slightly more powerful motor, a few more workout apps, the Android browser and a couple HD video workouts. Not surprisingly, these two models are priced similarly as well, although the ProForm is currently retailing for a few hundred dollars less than the ZigTech 1410.

So, what’s the verdict? In our view, the Reebok ZigTech 1410 is a 5-star treadmill that comes with the features and design we’d expect from models in its upper-echelon price range. With that said, however, we don’t see the 1410 as providing a clearly better option to the ProForm 1080i, which, for all intents and purposes, is an equally well-built and comparable model. Nevertheless, assuming both were available for the same or similar price, we may be inclined to go with the Zigtech 1410, if only for its slightly more powerful motor, additional workout apps, and extra console gadgetry.

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