Resistive Pedal Exerciser Stationary Bike

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  • Adjustable resistance knob
  • Improves coordination - Increases strength
  • Use for upper & lower (arm/legs) workouts
  • Perfect rehabilitation pedlar

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Resistive Pedal Exerciser Stationary Bike


The Resistive Pedal Exerciser Stationary Bike is an economic exercise bike so compact that it stores out of the way under a chair or bed. Appropriate for upper or lower extremities. Use this portable pedal exerciser regularly to increase strength and improve coordination as well as circulation. The Resistive Pedal Exerciser is great for cardiovascular fitness! There is an adjustable resistance knob to customize each user's difficulty level. The Chrome plated steel frame construction ensures durability. The plastic pedals on the Resistive Pedal Exerciser features straps for a secure foot hold during your workout.



Pedal Exerciser Product Features
  • Safe and gentle form of low impact exercise
  • Stimulates circulation
  • Four anti-slip rubber pads prevent sliding and protect floor
  • Ideal for toning leg and arm muscles
  • Tension can be adjusted for pedaling resistance
  • Chrome plated finish

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Resistive Pedal Exerciser Stationary Bike Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
125 reviews
109 out of 124 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Easy To Use (101)
Easy To Setup (99)
Quiet Operation (87)
Easy To Adjust (86)
Comfortable (77)
Top Cons

Unstable (20)
Difficult To Adjust (9)
Rough Operation (8)
Uncomfortable (6)
Unattractive Design (2)
Top Best Uses

Low Impact Exercise (76)
Physical Therapy (73)
General Fitness (47)
Heart Rate Training (18)
Weight Loss (13)
1-5 of 125 reviews
1 2 3
Ok product

Pros:
Easy To Setup. Quiet Operation.
Best Uses:
Low Impact Exercise.
Describe Yourself:
Occasional Exerciser.

I use this product for my warm-up exercises for my ankles.I'd prefer if the peddles were longer,so I could make bigger circles with my feet.

by Motivation 1 from Philadelphia,PA
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
Would not recommend Verified Reviewer

Cons:
Rough Operation. Uncomfortable. Unattractive Design. Unstable.
Describe Yourself:
Casual/ Recreational.

I purchased this to sit at my desk and use every ones in a while. Well no matter what setting you have it on it will not stay on the floor as you pedal. It is very cheaply made. does not pedal smoothly either. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT.

by Megan from charlotte, nc
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
2 out of 3 found this review helpful
Good inexpensive for Physical Therapy

Pros:
Easy To Setup. Stable. Easy To Adjust. Easy To Use. Quiet Operation. Comfortable.
Cons:
does't have any bearings.
Best Uses:
Physical Therapy.

This is an inexpensive exercise device for physical Therapy. The unit's drive mechanism becomes excessively hot after a few minutes of use. There is no ventilation system in the unit for the air to circulate. It should have ballbearings or some mechanism for smooth rotation.

by APS from San Jose, Ca
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
3 out of 4 found this review helpful
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Pros:
Easy To Use. Stable. Easy To Adjust. Easy To Setup. Comfortable. Smooth Operation.
Cons:
A bit noisy.
Best Uses:
General Fitness.
Describe Yourself:
Rarely Workout.

I use the pedal exerciser when I'm knitting and watching TV. Multitasking! I can pedal for an hour without difficulty. When I stand up, I definitely feel like my legs got a workout.

by knitter from MS
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 3 found this review helpful
Good little

Pros:
Easy To Setup. Easy To Use. Compact.
Cons:
Unstable.
Best Uses:
Physical Therapy. Heart Rate Training.
Describe Yourself:
Disabled/ re-conditioning. R&R MS recovery.

It works best if you brace it against a wall or door and position your chair facing the wall/door. Otherwise the unit is not heavy enough to remain stationary.

by CaregiverOne from Worcester, Vermont
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
1-5 of 125 reviews
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Question:
I can't keep my feet from sliding off tbe pedals. Any secrets.
Asked on Jun 11, 2012 6:13:34 PM by Betty haley from Ark
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Hi - I'm a physical therapist and love these little exercisers for home use. I particularly have this problem with men who have larger feet. I keep a supply of little 4" bungies with hooks and hook them on to the foot strap of the pedal so that they go around the back of the heel of the shoe - kind of like a sling - not touching the skin, only around the back of the shoe. Works great.
Answered on May 28, 2013 6:29:02 PM by Mary from California
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How wide is the resistive exercise peddler?
Asked on Jul 30, 2011 8:12:52 AM by Mary Poo from Atlanta, GA
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dO you have handles for this?
Asked on May 4, 2011 2:25:18 PM by cryptster from Cortland, NY
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no handles, sit or recline and pedal away. can use watching tv or doing crafts, reading, etc.
Answered on Jan 5, 2013 2:41:26 PM by redeye gramma from chicago, il
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is this used while standing balancing on it? Without the seat, I am having a hard time visualizing how this is used.
Asked on May 2, 2011 7:07:15 PM by pj from nj
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sit on a chair and pedal away. Easy to use and part of my fitness regimen. I put a pillow behind my back and pedal while watching tv, reading, etc.
Answered on Jan 5, 2013 2:44:39 PM by redeye gramma from joliet illinois
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Part Number(s): 849 0516

Mfg Part Number(s): 10270KDRSV-1