Exerpeutic 1000 High-Capacity Magnetic Recumbent Exercise Bike with Pulse

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Exerpeutic 1000 High-Capacity Magnetic Recumbent Exercise Bike with Pulse
MSRP : $202.8

Sale : $164.93
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The Exerpeutic 1000 High-Capacity Magnetic Recumbent Bike with Pulse has a wider seat for comfort. It is also equipped with hand pulse pads for targeting heart rate zones. The precision balanced flywheel and V-belt drive provide a smooth and quiet operation. It has a unique design to provide for very easy on and off. Extended leg stabilizers are in place to prevent any movement or tipping when exercising. Transportation wheels allow for easy relocation of the bike. It has an eight level magnetic tension control system that allows the user to adjust the tension level for an easier or more difficult workout. A large window LCD display indicates distance, calories burned, time, speed, scan and heart rate monitor. This magnetic exercise bike has a larger pedal design with safety straps to prevent any foot slippage.

Exerpeutic 1000 High-Capacity Magnetic Recumbent Exercise Bike with Pulse:

  • "Step Thru" design providing very easy on and off capability, providing a more a more effective and comfortable workout
  • Weight capacity: up to 300 lbs
  • Extended leg stabilizers to prevent any movement or tipping when exercising
  • Some assembly required
  • Included transportation wheels for easy relocation of the bike
  • An 8-level magnetic tension control system allows the user to adjust the tension level for an easier or more difficult workout
  • An easy to read large window LCD screen that indicates distance, calories burned, time, speed, scan and heart rate monitor
  • Hand Pulse Monitor to stay within the Target Heart Rate Zone
  • "Smooth torque" cranking system provides a smooth and consistent pedaling motion
  • The precision balanced flywheel and V-belt drive provide a smooth and quiet operation. It will not interfere with watching TV or listening to music
  • Larger pedal design with safety strap prevents any foot slippage when exercising
  • Large oversized seat cushion and back rest for users of any size
  • Easy and quick seat adjustments for users 5'3"-6'3"
  • Dimensions: 54"L x 22"W x 34"H
  • Weight: 63 lbs

FloridaPete

Heavy but beefy

I have had and used the bike for about 1 week. If you are not very mechanically inclined, get someone else to assemble it. It is also very heavy. Im a big guy and I struggled to bring it in the house after it was delivered. There are a lot of parts to assemble (see picture) and some pieces are heavy. The directions are thourough but the drawings can be a little confusing. If you miss a small step (like the bracket at the base of the front assembly) you'll end up needing to disasemble and reassemble. Took me 90 min and Im pretty handy. Plus my back was aching. The magnetic resistance is not as smooth as Id like either. All said, once assembled it is a sturdy piece of equipment. Im at the upper end of the weight rating and it supports me fine. Final note- plan to keep this. You'll never get it back into the box (youd need an engineering degree to figure it out) and it is so heavy I dont know how you could ever get it out of your house again.

Snickleberry

Great

This is a great machine. I am 75 and I had no trouble putting it together, it took me about 1 1/2 hours. I work out on it 5 days a week, I am diabetic and need to exercise 5 days a week and this helps me a lot.

Snickleberry

Right Pedal fell off after 30 miles

At first I was quite pleased and rode it every day, then the right pedal started working loose every time I rode it until it finally would not stay in place at all. The directions warn that you must tighten the left pedal counter-clockwise and the right one clockwise -- directions which I followed correctly when assembling, however after 30 miles the right pedal worked loose repeatedly and a lot of metal filings fell out of the arm that connects the pedal to the bike. My husband said it was because the arm was not "case-hardened". He fixed it for me by getting a bolt with a very long nut (about 1.5 inches) and put the bolt through the inside of the arm and connected it to the pedal bolt (see photo). It works fine now, but this was an extra $10 that should not have been spent. Also, the seat gets wobbly every time I use it, so I have to remember to tighten the knobs each time I use it. Other than that, it works well and I spend about 30 minutes daily on it while watching TV -- usually about 2 to 2 1/2 miles.

SuperNana

Buy it!!!

I LOVE this bike!! I have a ruptured plantar plate and can’t do anything that puts pressure on the ball of my foot. I needed something that would work my legs and get my heart rate up without hurting my foot. This was exactly what I needed! It was easy to assemble (about an hour by myself from opening the box to riding it), it has a small footprint, it’s comfortable (I sometimes lay a small cushion on the seat for additional comfort), the seat position adjusts with one hand as does the intensity level. The heart rate monitor works great and I love the how the digital readout cycles through all the info as I ride. It keeps track of total distance as well. I’m so glad I purchased this bike. One week after receiving it I’m already seeing results in my leg strength with just riding twenty minutes a day. I watch tv or play word games on my iPad while I ride. The bike is virtually silent. A great purchase!!!

citygirl

Easy to use, great work out!

Pro's -Great workout for the price. -Comfortable seat. You do have to unscrew knobs to move the seat. My husband and I are the same leg length, so this is not an issue for us. -The monitor and pulse tracker are awesome. -Various levels of resistance. -Rollers on front allow you to move it to a different room easily. -Wide seat -Great workout! Cons - The foot pedal strap is not large enough to go over a tennis shoe. So we've added a rubberband to the last opening to attach it to the pedal. (From the bottom of my shoe to the top underneath the strap is 3.5 inches)