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Mini Exercise Bike, himaly Under Desk Bike Pedal Exerciser Portable Foot Cycle Arm & Leg Peddler Machine with LCD Screen Displays

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  • 【Home Pedal Exerciser】: Combined with Arm & Leg exercise by adjustable multi-level resistance, this mini exercise bike trainer can target at providing different exercising level to train your muscle group, upper & lower body exercises with best effect to keep fit.
  • 【Adjustable Pedal Resistance】: The under desk bike pedal exerciser with adjustable resistance whirling, you can set different level resistance according to different groups, different exercising degree of difficulty for different exercising period.
  • 【Digital LCD Display】: The multi function LCD monitor displays time, count, calories and distance(unit:meter). Moreover, it also can show all measurements in sequence, make you know your exercising journey more easily.
  • 【Lightweight & Portable Design】: With compact design, mini size: 43x32x20cm, weight: 4kg, you can training at anywhere and anytime, such as home, office, even outside, no limited for such small body.
  • 【Easy Assembly & Non-Slip Function】: With all supplied accessories, in few minutes and without asking for any tools. The anti-slip pedal and the non-slip bike foot provide excellent attachment and will not slip during exercise.

Specification: Mini Exercise Bike, himaly Under Desk Bike Pedal Exerciser Portable Foot Cycle Arm & Leg Peddler Machine with LCD Screen Displays

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H

‎16.73 x 13.58 x 7.76 inches

Package Weight

‎3.94 Kilograms

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎16.54 x 12.6 x 7.87 inches

Item Weight

‎4 Kilograms

Brand Name





‎Alloy Steel, Plastic


‎Green Joy


‎1 Count (Pack of 1)

3 reviews for Mini Exercise Bike, himaly Under Desk Bike Pedal Exerciser Portable Foot Cycle Arm & Leg Peddler Machine with LCD Screen Displays

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  1. B.D.B.

    this is a almost decent. it should be a little more heavy. padels arent bad. the lcd display is 70% worth less and basically unreadable. i know timer and one is distance. no idea on rest. another improvement consider back heel strap. but it does what it needs to, move legs.

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  2. Brenda Taylor

    I received one email on 8/23/22 regarding the pedal Candy offered new pedals to be sent to me. I replied but I am not sure that will fix issue. But I am willing to try it first. IF not fixable I will need to replace the entire exerciser. When I got the box, I looked like it had been retaped plus had a red sticker on outside of the box. Don’t know if this tells you it was faulty to begin with??? Thanks.

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  3. Elise Brown

    At first I thought the instructions were just confusing, but it turns out I was missing two support plates that are supposed to go under the front and back supports. I managed to put it together anyway, and it feels relatively solid. But when you have 4 bolts and washers left over, you wonder.

    The instructions also don’t really explain how to work the display, so I’ll let you know. The red button turns it on, and it will go off by itself with inactivity. Press and hold red button to zero out the readings. Quick press the red button to cycle between readings. Each reading (time, distance, #pedal cycles, calories) can be on constant display or scan between all of them. However, the scan function is available between each function, which is a little confusing. Each press on the button gives you:

    Scan: time
    Scan: distance
    Scan: rotations
    Scan: calories

    So if you just want to watch your time, you have to click that little button until the tiny arrow points to T and the word “scan” is absent.

    This has a small pedal radius, so it’ll take some finagling to get yourself positioned optimally. Otherwise, it’s a bit jerky. I think it helps to be up a bit higher than your standard couch, recliner, or kitchen chair. But it’s still not going to allow the full motion of a bicycle or gym bike. How could you expect it to?

    We got this for my daughter who is doing a recovery program and needs something to do while seated to elevate her heart rate for a few minutes. For that, it’s more than adequate. But if this was going to be your main or sole source of exercise, and if you had the space and money, I’d get something like a recumbent bike. Still easy to use, but much more natural full movements. However, this might just be me because the comments seem full of people who do use it as a sole exercise source and sing its praises. Overall, it was under $50 and I think is pretty much what we expected for that price.

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