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Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Exercise Bike with Pulse

$199.99
$136.03  in stock
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as of December 19, 2019 6:42 pm

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Product Dimensions31 x 19 x 46 inches ; 42.8 pounds
Shipping Weight52.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Item model number1200

Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Bike with Pulse can be folded up and rolled away when you are finished exercising. It is also designed to support up to a weight capacity of 300 lbs. Features like the “high torque” 3 piece crank system, magnetic resistance ,heart pulse monitoring and a “double...

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I’ll start off by saying that I’ve geared this review toward customers who anticipate using this bike seriously, frequently, and at moderate to high intensity.I began riding this bike in January, and through semi-regular use, I put 315 miles on it by mid-March. Life got in the way, and I didn't ride again until June 2nd. From that date through early-August, I put an additional 770 miles on. To work toward my fitness and weight loss goals, I adhered to the following 35 minute regimen, six days per week:I would warm up for five minutes at the easiest resistance on the dial (1 out of 8), followed by medium to high intensity intervals of Resistance 3, 5, 3, 5, 3, 5 for five minutes each. I went hard, got a GREAT workout, and lost 30 pounds in the process. So why am giving a 3 Star Review for such outstanding results? Here's what went wrong:At 625 miles, the rubber pedal strap (the piece that holds your foot in place) snapped. It's a cheap part, and though I was out of the manufacturer's warranty, I called Exerpeutic [at (844) 641-7921], and their rep was kind enough to send me a new pair of straps free of charge. Shipping took less than a week and the straps arrived in perfect condition.Around 1,050 miles, the flywheel began to make kind of a whirring and clicking noise at any resistance at or above 5. The flywheel is visible through the top of the compartment it's housed in, and I could see that it began to wobble in there. Previously, I loved that the ride was smooth and whisper quiet.At 1,075 miles, the pedal strap mount (the piece that holds the strap to the pedal) broke off, and took a chunk of the cheap plastic pedal with it (pictured in my attached image). After that, I used an elaborate contraption made of multiple strips of duct tape to hold my foot on the pedal.When I bought this bike, I also purchased an exended warranty from SquareTrade, and I'm glad I did! I called them to see what could be done about the flywheel and broken pedal, and the rep that I worked with deemed that the cost of shipping the bike and its repair was prohibitive... and he agreed to refund me the entire value of the product! (You can read my 5 Star review “A+ Customer Service, Very Good Experience, with a Little Bit of a Wait” of that experience here). I asked him what I needed to do with the bike, and he quipped "What everyone else does... use it to hang your laundry!"To sum up, here are my Pros and Cons of this Exerpeutic Upright Bike:***Pros***• Basic console, the original AAA batteries still haven’t worn out• Sturdy, shake-free ride, even at high speeds/intensity• Ergonomically sound and comfortable• Folds-up to save space• Smooth and quiet• Simple assembly***Cons***• Mileage on the console resets to 0.0 after 999.9 miles, I would have liked five digits• HUGE proprietary seat, which can’t be swapped out for a standard seat or saddle• Not durable for more than light to medium intensity rides, a few times per week• The 9/16ths pedals are cheap pre-molded plastic• Cheap rubber pedal strapsThis is a great bike for those who are just looking to get into stationary cycling, or maintain their current weight. If you’re looking for a piece of equipment that’ll take a lickin’ and keep on tickin’, I’d say you’re better off looking at higher quality (and yes, higher priced) options.Feel free to leave me a comment or question, I’m happy to add anything else you’d like to know about the product. Thanks for taking the time to read my review, hopefully this information was useful!
I ordered this bike after considering the Pelaton and other expensive bikes. The reviews for this bike sold me. It arrived very well packaged. I looked up youtube video for assembly and then simply followed that by memory. Very easy setup. It took me about 30 minutes total, including unwrapping the package.I tried it today. Small enough for limited spaces but sturdy and solid. It's heavy to pick up but easily manageable with the two front wheels that will engage the floor as soon as you tip the bike. I rolled it from a closet storage to my living room and climbed aboard. I am 6 foot tall. I am 53 years old. I could reach the pedals at the next to tallest seat setting with a nice stretch during the pedaling. My wife is 5 ft tall. She lowered the seat to the lowest position and had no trouble at all with comfort during pedaling. For myself, I remained higher for the warmup of 10 minutes on the 1st tension setting and then lowered the seat to the next lower setting for a more thigh engaging round. I tried all of the tension settings and found all of them workable and easily switchable. The seat is comfortable and well padded. I also sat both back and close on the seat and both were great positions to alter the workout a bit.Don't forget to plug in the display module during setup. I forgot to do so myself and realized such when the display was not working. Once corrected, the display is easily read and will shift through the multiple readouts. Essentially, I only care about time and heart rate. By touching the button, when the reading is where you want, the display will remain on that point. To move away, just tap the button again. Very simple.The machine is quiet. I was impressed by this. I was also impressed at how the stability of the bike feels secure.After the workout, I simply pulled the pin, raised the seat-side of the back upwards, slid the pin into the last hole and the bike was ready to roll away or just get out of the way.In conclusion, I am thrilled at my decision to NOT spend over 1K to buy the fad-bike peleton. In fact, I'd rather watch TV or a movie, listen to music, or work on my phone than hear a coach try and push me to strive harder - since the coach costs me much $$ and uses my download data. Nope, I don't need all that. I need a bike I can move, jump on, work quickly, and be happy. The cost of this machine, ease of setup, usage, and quality makes it my BEST PURCHASE OF 2017.
I really wanted an exercise machine I could use at home for the days I don't make it to the gym (which, I'll admit, is most days). However, I also have a small apartment with limited floor and storage space. I love that this bike fits snugly against the wall when not in use without sacrificing comfort or sturdiness (even with my big booty) in order to be compact.Bikes are not usually my go-to exercise equipment because they give me a sore butt and crotch when I push myself, and, sometimes, even when I don't. However, this bike doesn't feel the same to use as a regular bike or the standard exercise bike you would find at the gym. The pedals are further forward and the seat is wider, and I actually find it to be more comfortable. I am still able to get my heart rate up and work my legs just as well as other bikes while sitting fully back on the seat. I have not noticed any aches or pains indicating the positioning is problematic, but I have noticed considerably less pain caused by the seat than I usually experience using exercise bikes.It is quiet, smooth, tracks everything I want to track, has appropriate resistance, and still works great six months later. I am very happy with my purchase!

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EPAuto 12V DC Portable Air Compressor Pump, Digital Tire Inflator

$33.87  in stock
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BrandEPAuto
Item Weight3.75 pounds
Package Dimensions7.8 x 6.9 x 5.6 inches
Item model number8542042813
Manufacturer Part NumberAT-010-3

Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; CONVENIENCE: Plug directly into Cigarette Lighter Socket of your Vehicle. 12VDC 10~15 amps, 120~180W; MULTIPLE USES: Inflate tires on cars, bikes, sedan and midsize SUV. DOES NOT SUPPORT LT, HT and Truck Tires. Adaptors for balls and inflatables...

User reviews

Ha! I love this little guy.When I say "little guy", I mean that affectionately. I've had a portable tire inflator since, well, I can't remember when, but it's been at least three cars. It was measurably bigger than this one and not nearly as impressive.I'm a big fan of avoiding gas stations for keeping my tires inflated. Beyond the awkwardness of the pumps, their effectiveness is sometimes sketchy. Now, with today's tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS), you get the reminder if you've gone too long without checking and what more perfect and convenient time to refill tires than on a rested and cool car outside your own front door.This does everything you would ask of a portable inflator: it's fast, it's efficient and it's quiet. My old inflator sounded as if I was tearing up my driveway when I used it and it probably took twice as long to work.I saw some questions about the potential lost air while detaching the connecting hose and it seems like the pump may run a little over the stated PSI as protection for that situation. The automatic shut-off when it reaches the pressure you set is a huge boon, as I can rumble around in the trunk or work inside the car without having to constantly monitor the pump.I can't say much about the carrying bag, it's a silly little thing that's likely to tear over time, but that's meaningless when talking about performance and value. If I had any quibble at all, it would be that I don't seem to be able to shut off the light on the pump. It's not a big deal from a power perspective, just an OCD thing (why have it on in the daytime?).This is a great purchase at a terrific price.
I purchased this to leave in my trunk for emergencies and the first time I tried to use it, the power/flashlight comes on, I set the PSI I want and the compressor doesn't work at all. I tried switching power sources, verified my vehicle supplies the correct current, turned it on and off again, set the PSI higher than I needed and the compressor motor still never comes on. For a product rated so highly, I can't believe it didn't work even once. I ended up with less air in my tires after the bleed from attaching and detatching the valve. Would not recommend anyone buying this as you can't be sure you will get a working one.Edit 10/9/2017I called EPAuto after my issue with the tire pump, but hung up shortly after not being able to reach their support. They called me back a few days later and after a quick discussion, offered to send a brand new unit for free. I didn't get a chance to test it until just recently to inflate my wife's spare tire in her trunk. The manufacturer recommendation for this spare is 60 PSI. It was doing a quick job at it up until around 45 PSI where it slowed down dramatically. It still got the job done eventually so I can't fault it on that.Pro: This air compressor has one of the best cable management systems compared to those I have used in the past; there are notched to hold the air hose around the unit with additional slots to hold the 12V wire on the leg base. It also comes in zip up travel bag. Setting the desired tire pressure is also very quick as the numbers scroll very rapidly.Con: Pumping slows down dramatically at higher PSI. The light on the unit also can't be turned off. Not too many negatives as long as this one keeps on working!
I'm a car guy and have dozens of these things. I tend to review stuff I really love or really suck. This I like!It's heavier than average and feels quality, quieter than most pumps - almost too quiet, as I can't tell its done, love the auto pressure button! I can work on other parts of the car while the tires are inflating. It will stop on your pre-selected PSI. cord wraps up neater than most others and has quick connect clips to keep them snug! Comes with a handy storage bag. (I think I heard someone complain about the quality of the bag) - it is more than adequate and most importantly fits easily. It has a nifty carry handle on top. cord length good, light is a handy feature, easy to read display. Controls are intuitive and your pre-set tire pressure stays as default til u change it. Very little noise and vibration when operating way better than average. Pump time is about average. One new feature for me is the screw on attachment to valve. I was skeptical about this, but at the same time wanted to give it a try. As suspected you can loose 1/2 to 1 psi when disconnecting it. I just add 1 psi to selector - it is still quick and easy to connect and disconnect. I paid full price for this pump. 5 star.

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LE LED Bike Light, Bicycle Rear Light, 3 Lighting Modes, Clip On Cycling Taillight, Batteries Included

$12.99  in stock
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Product Dimensions2.2 x 0.7 x 1.2 inches
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)

Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; Multi-function: Safety light for running, walking or any other sports especially at dawn, dusk, night or rainy days; tail light for bike or bicycle; collar light for your pet, not only keep your dog/cat safe, but also make you identify them...

User reviews

These seller claims that these lights are water resistant per the IPX4 standard. Perhaps they are, but they aren't very water resistant. I have had mine for two weeks; I went for a long run today and when I got back the light wouldn't turn off. I took it apart (the four screws that hold the back cover in place and also the four screws that hold the circuit board in place), and it had drops of perspiration on the circuit board. I washed it under the faucet, blew the water out of the switch, and let it dry. It works fine now.So, you can count on getting a really bright light, but if you ever expose it to water - even a little water - it may become stuck on. If it does you can probably fix it by completely disassembling it, washing it thoroughly, and letting it dry. However, you need to do it just as soon as you can; it can corrode quickly if the batteries get wet.Update: I used a toothpick to carefully spread a thin layer of silicone caulk on all of the mating surfaces before reassembling the light; this included removing the little rubber bulb that covers the switch and caulking where it seats. I waited 24 hours, then held the light 15 cm under water for one minute; it didn't leak a single drop.
True that these are small, but plenty bright and secure enough / waterproof enough to get me through the Ragnar Chicago (a 200mi 12 man relay race from Madison, WI to Chicago, where each person runs three or more legs, at least one occurring at night). Unlike some other lights I saw there (mandatory for the runners at night), this was bright enough, visible enough, not unnecessarily large, expensive or heavy, and stayed secure the entire run. Having the two pack was great because I ended up having to loan one out.The Velcro straps are of good quality, but don't expect to use them as a wrist or armband (even if you put them together). They are probably best suited for bike handlebars and the like.I was not paid or given the product free for this review.
Buy these if you want to because they are bright and cheap. But don't bother to buy replacement batteries, because it is IMPOSSIBLE to change them. Even if you manage to get the thing apart without stripping the head of the tiny, tiny, tiny, screws (four of them!), there is a little spring inside that will pop out. So buy these with the understanding that when the batteries are done, just throw the darn things away. Ugh!!!

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LE Rechargeable LED Bike Light, Bicycle Rear Light, 6 Lighting Modes, Clip On Cycling Taillight, USB Cable Included

$9.99  in stock
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Product Dimensions3.1 x 1.2 x 0.9 inches ; 2.08 ounces
Shipping Weight2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)

Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; Multi-function: Safety light for running, walking or any other sports especially at dawn, dusk, night or rainy days; tail light for bike or bicycle; collar light for your pet, not only keep your dog/cat safe, but also make you identify them...

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There are a lot of different bike lights out there. This one seemed to have all of the features I was looking for: small, rechargeable, waterproof and has different flashing options. To that end, it works well. It charges quickly enough, and is very bright so as to grab attention of anyone in traffic. I like that the light can be easily clipped onto a loop, attached to a provided durable rubber mount, or magnetically attached to a metal item (likely not suitable for riding, but more for storage). I also like that the side of the light has an orange strip that flashes at a different cadence to the main light, so as to be noticeable from the side. What I don't like is that the light itself is a small (less than half) proportion of the overall light face. The rest is a mirror-like decal with a large logo, which is a bit obnoxious. The instruction manual is also useless, as it doesn't tell you how to operate the different flashing sequences (short press to cycle through high/medium/low solid brightness, then off; short press then long press to activate the quick/slow/SOS flashing). Also, on one of the two lights I purchased, the magnet came out of the back and was damaged (but easy enough to super glue back again). For under $10 each, even after all of those deficiencies, I would still only take off one star. We'll see how they stand the test of time...
This light is nearly the same in form as the NiteRider Sabre, which I had used previously until the charging port corroded with road grime and it would no longer charge. The Sabre was a great tail light (except for the faulty charging port cover), so I considered replacing it with the same one. But looking on Amazon at this one, I figured it was likely made by the same Chinese manufacturer as the NiteRider, so it would function exactly the same but at one-third the price.It doesn't. The actually LED pattern is different and I don't think it's as bright as the NR version. It also doesn't have the same flashing patterns. And the seatpost strap is much flimsier. The magnet is a nice idea but truthfully has no practical function on a bicycle.But overall this light gets the job done. While not as bright as the NR light, it's bright enough and the flashing patterns are enough to get noticed. I haven't used it long enough to know if the battery life holds up. But for the price, it's good enough.
It's bright, with several flash settings.It comes with a tube mount, and the unit has a magnet and clip so you can put it almost anywhere.

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Mini Exercise Bike Portable Home Pedal Exerciser Gym Fitness Leg Arm Cardio Training Adjustable Resistance LCD Display Women Men

$42.99
$37.99  in stock
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Product Dimensions16.5 x 12.6 x 7.9 inches
Shipping Weight9.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)

Home Pedal Exerciser: Combined with Arm & Leg exercise by adjustable multi-level resistance , this mini bike trainer can target at providing different exercising level to train your muscle group, upper & lower body exercises with best effect to accelerate blood circulation, strengthen lung...

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This is great for lazy people like me that doesn’t want to exercise. You can use this when you’re working on homework or playing on the computer. You can put this under your desk or table and you’re basically exercising. I really like this and think this is great if you broke your leg and you need physical therapy than you can use this to gain strength on your leg again.
I've had a lingering knee injury for years in addition to having a desk job which doesn't help the pain & stiffness associated with my injury. I've used this mostly daily for the past 3 weeks and my legs are finally starting to feel normal again!
Main reason for purchase was to allow my mother to exercise her legs. The unit is very light weight and can easily be moved from floor to table. It does not grab onto carpet and so it moves and makes a rhythmic motion more difficult. She was frustrated by the movement of the unit when trying to cycle.

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