Treadmill deals: Nautilus and Bowflex prices SLASHED by up to $800 at Best Buy!

These awesome treadmill deals from Best Buy are the best way to keep fit this winter

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Winter is well and truly here, and with it comes the driving rain and freezing cold. Who wants to run in that? Even if you do go to your favourite fitness facility, coronavirus has placed a dampener on things, with many gyms offering only limited access and some closed altogether.

Fortunately, Best Buy have a selection of great deals available on top brand home workout treadmills like Bowflex and Nautilus. Bowflex's BXT116 Treadmill in particular is down to $1,599, saving you an enormous $800 in the process. Check out the deal in full below:

Best Buy treadmill deals: Save $800 here

Bowflex BXT116 Treadmill Black | was $2,399.00 | now $1,599.00 at Best Buy
Save a huge $800 on this awesome Bowflex treadmill. Track the number of calories you've burned in real time on the 7.5" LCD display. The 20" by 60" tread belt gives you plenty of room and nine different programmes let you fine-tune your running or walking workout, your way. Up to 15% motorised incline provides a real challenge. View Deal

Best Buy treadmill deals: Cheaper option

Not what you're looking for? You can also save $700 on the Nautilus T616 Treadmill, which is a more affordable model with an ergonomic design and 26 workout programmes. Check it out below:

Nautilus T616 Treadmill Black | was $1,799.00 | now $1,099.00 at Best Buy
This treadmill, a touch more affordable, has the same 15% gradient difficulting and even more workout options. Paired with the Explore the World app, you can discover 40+ global routes that auto-adjust in real time to your speed. It even keeps track of your heart rate with included chest strap or integrated grips.View Deal

Why get a treadmill?

A treadmill's predictable surface is much easier to account for than unpredictable roads and trails. You're able to set your own exact difficulty levels and gradients, so you can rely on consistent training parameters rather than worry about which hills you ran up last week and how that impacts your training time. 

The training belt is a softer surface than concrete roads too, so your joints take less of a pounding. 

Many runners love the sense of their changing surroundings as they jog through their neighbourhoods, but if you want to tweak your workout more than the road will allow, or your area is plagued by bad weather, a treadmill is the ideal purchase. Check out our best treadmills buying guide for more great recommendations.  

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Matt Evans
Matt Evans

Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and Staff Writer at Fit&Well. He's previously written for titles like Men's Health, and covers all things exercise and nutrition on the Fit&Well website. 

Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen kickboxer and runner. His top fitness tip? Stretch.