V Fit are a major player when it comes to home treadmills. They offer and array of foldable fitness machines, with the majority being motorised. A manual low cost model is available in the V Fit range, and it gets good reviews. Actually, people suggest that the fact that you need to manually power the running belt as you walk, jog, or run causes you to work harder than with a standard treadmill or running outside.
The manual treadmill is however the budget option, and most of you will be looking at getting a mid- to high-range V Fit model. Below is a quick comparison table so that you can compare the vital statistics of each treadmill in the V Fit range, and can therefore make up your own mind as to which treadmill is best for you.
By clicking the image or name of each individual treadmill you will be taken to a more detail description on this website. Clicking the top of each column will sort the treadmills, for example clicking the top of the Top Speed column will order the treadmills by their top speed. The Fastest in the V Fit range is the PT12/4 Athlete Motorised Folding Power Treadmill, peaking at 18km/h, which is a fast top speed that even well travelled runners will struggle to maintain for a long period of time.
Top 3 V Fit Treadmills
Below we have selected our top 3 V Fit treadmills. These will appeal to most users, with one lower cost treadmill for those looking for light to moderate exercise, and two mid- to high-priced treadmills for the more advanced user.
V-fit MTT1 Manual Folding Treadmill
As it’s name suggests, the V Fit manual treadmill is not electronically powered and the walking/jogging surface is powered directly by the user. This is an entry-level fitness machine that is aimed for those wanted to get more light exercise at home. Costing around £100 this is an extremely cheap treadmill with a price significantly lower than motorised treadmills.
Users say that this treadmill is ‘fantastic value for money’ and that it is a ‘brilliant alternative [to motorised gym treadmills] for those on a budget or short of space in your home’.
V-fit BST-TM Folding Electric Treadmill
The V Fit BST-TM is solid mid-range electric treadmill that costs around £500. It is fully folding and is therefore ideal for home use with easy storage. This is a fully motorised and digitally controlled treadmill, meaning that the speed and incline of the running surface is controlled via a central main control unit at the front of the treadmill. Top speed is 12Km/h (around 8mph) with a maximum incline of 15%. These are steady to fast jogging speeds, and with the 15% incline will lend itself to good workouts for most people.
V Fit PT12/2 Intermediate Motorised Folding Treadmill
Costing around £550-£600, this is a mid-priced treadmill that comes with a lot of features. It’s top speed and incline are 12km/h (around 8mph) and 8% respectively, but its strong 1.5hp motor will deliver a consistent performance minimising any slowing down of the running belt under heavy use. The V Fit PT12/2 treadmill has special shock-absorbing technology so that it is easier on your joints, and the belt will run smooth because it is impregnated with silicon. There is a 6 function LCD control monitor, and displays calories burnt, heart rate, distance travelled, speed, and workout time. There is also 1 manual mode and 12 pre-set workouts. It also folds for easy storage.