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Cando Magneciser Pedal Exerciser

  • Use for upper and lower (arms/legs) exercise
  • Adjustable base for stability and storage
  • Fully automatic 5-function digital display
  • Patented magnetic resistance system - smooth and quiet

Product Overview

Cando Magneciser Pedal Exerciser

Magneciser Pedal Exerciser - Great for Arms & Legs


Allegro is pleased to introduce the new Cando Pedal Magneciser, the latest addition to our line of resistive pedal exercisers. With a smooth and quiet patented magnetic resistance system, the rotor Magneciser pedal exerciser is the perfect alternative to traditional stationary bikes.

The rotor Magneciser is used for UPPER and LOWER body exercises as an arm ergometer or leg pedlar. This versatility allows the user to improve circulation, muscle strength, joint range-of-motion and coordination for the entire body. A fully automatic 5-function digital display indicates the speed, time exercised, calories consumed, distance "traveled" and scan of all functions. The Magneciser Resistive Pedal Exerciser has a convenient tension control that allows a broad range of pedal resistance for a progressive exercise program.

With an adjustable base for stability and storage, the rotor Magneciser is small, portable and lightweight, great for use anytime, anywhere.

Magneciser Pedal Exerciser Magneciser Arm Ergometer

Magneciser Pedal Exerciser Features
  • Patented magnetic resistance pedal system
  • Extremely smooth and quiet operation
  • Features pedal straps for your feet and comfortable, ergonomic grips for your hands
  • Fully automatic 5-function digital display indicates speed, time exercised, calories consumed, distance 'traveled' and scan of all functions
  • Adjustable base for stability and storage
  • Small, portable and lightweight (18 lbs./8 kg.)

NOTE: The Magneciser machine is NOT motorized and requires some muscle strength to operate.


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Cando Magneciser Pedal Exerciser

18030 - Magneciser Pedal Exerciser - $144.95




Magneciser Pedal Exerciser Reviews Summary

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Top Pros

Smooth Operation (27)
Easy To Adjust (27)
Quiet Operation (27)
Easy To Use (26)
Easy To Setup (26)
Top Cons

Unstable (3)
Low resistance (1)
No adjustable foot strap (1)
None (1)
Top Best Uses

Physical Therapy (21)
Low Impact Exercise (18)
General Fitness (16)
Heart Rate Training (10)
Weight Loss (6)
1-5 of 30 reviews
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Pros:
Quiet Operation. Smooth Operation. Stable. Easy To Setup. Comfortable. Easy To Use. Easy To Adjust.
Best Uses:
Physical Therapy. Low Impact Exercise.
Describe Yourself:
Occasional Exerciser.

I bought this for my husband, a Parkinson's disease patient. I was surprised to see he uses it for long periods with no prodding from me! He says it doesn't strain his knees at all. This is one of the most successful Christmas gifts I ever purchased.

by PD partner from Richmond TX
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
4 out of 4 found this review helpful
Great product worth the money

Pros:
Smooth Operation. Easy To Adjust. Easy To Use. Quiet Operation. Easy To Setup. Comfortable. Stable. Great for upper body.
Best Uses:
General Fitness. Physical Therapy. Heart Rate Training.
Describe Yourself:
Casual/ Recreational. paraplegic for 50 yrs..

This product is only a stable as the surface you place it on. I have mine on a small dinette table and it works great, no stability problems as others have encountered.

by wheelchair Richie from Largo, FL
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
3 out of 3 found this review helpful
I would buy and use this again and again Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Comfortable. Ideal for legs and arms. Easy To Setup. Stable. Easy To Adjust. Quiet Operation. Easy To Use. Smooth Operation.
Best Uses:
Physical Therapy. General Fitness. Heart Rate Training. Low Impact Exercise.
Describe Yourself:
Casual/ Recreational.

After illness I tried to ride bike for exercise, was to much, thought of stationary bike, but to large and hard to handle.. Friend tld me about this, it is ideal, can do as many as possible, and then again when rested. Very easy and I am pleased with it. we travel alot and it is perfect size for an RV area.

by little bike from Nixa MO.
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
4 out of 4 found this review helpful
Quite descriptive. Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Stable. Comfortable. Easy To Adjust. Smooth Operation. Easy To Setup. Easy To Use. Quiet Operation.
Best Uses:
General Fitness. Physical Therapy. Low Impact Exercise. Heart Rate Training.
Describe Yourself:
Casual/ Recreational.

Convenient equipment to have in-home for my physical therapy. Can be utilized whenever need be.

by Debbie from Mooresville North Carolina
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 3 found this review helpful
An excellent value Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Easy To Adjust. Smooth Operation. Quiet Operation. Easy To Use. Stable.
Best Uses:
Physical Therapy. Low Impact Exercise.
Describe Yourself:
Occasional Exerciser.

I purchased this product to assist with therapy of an injured ankle. I was very pleased with the stability of this exerciser. The operation is quiet and smooth; the adjustable tension is a nice feature, along with the digitial display. The only downside was no instructions for assembly and set-up, however it was easy enough to figure out.

by Linda from Indianapolis, IN
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
1-5 of 30 reviews
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Is it possible to change the distance from "miles" to "kilometers"???
Asked on Jun 25, 2014 8:50:16 AM by Regis from France
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Purchased the Magneciser Pedal Exerciser....cannot get the left pedal attached. Think there are threads missing on the screw!!!! Help!!!!
Asked on Apr 30, 2013 4:52:50 PM by lydiaandjozefgrohol@gmail.com from Florida
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They turn opposite ways. That is to ensure that the pedals do not spin off. Try turning in the opposite direction
Answered on Dec 30, 2013 10:01:03 PM by Dave from Wisconsin
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Using a Model 18030 Magneciser in a physical therapy setting, it would seem there may be some alternative "pedals" that would more easily accommodate use for arm exercises. What do you have to offer?
Asked on Nov 16, 2012 11:47:51 PM by Jon from Eastern Kansas
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I sent an email to get some info about the Magneciser Pedal Exerciser pertaining to my sons disability if this is good for him since he is a Quadripalegic but I never received a response. I also asked how high is this machine because my son sits on his power wheelchair. I am really hoping that this will help stimulate his legs to loosen up his joints and hopefully would lessen his spasms. I am still waiting for the response.
Asked on Mar 22, 2012 7:18:58 PM by Precy from Greenacres, Florida
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Best check with his Physiatrist first, as this may prove only a PROM (passive range of motion) assist device, depending on his condition. That might decrease contractures, but depending on spinal origin of spasms, may not actually decrease muscle spasms.
Answered on Apr 26, 2012 7:44:08 AM by Geri Doc from NYC
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If I exercise 1/2 hr to 45 mins per evening when can I see results? Is it easy to store?
Asked on Nov 14, 2011 9:35:04 PM by Earl the Pearl from Albuquerque
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First of all I believe exercising is best in late A.M. after a good breakfast and doing stretching to loosen up. Then, "go for it." I'm a Para for 50 yrs.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 7:57:32 PM by wheels from largo FL
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Where can I find replacement parts for this magneciser?
Asked on Oct 15, 2011 11:03:13 PM by Jill from Arizona
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Part Number(s): 849 0018

Mfg Part Number(s): 18030