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Portable Under Desk Stationary Fitness Machine Collection – Indoor Exercise Pedal Machine Bike for Arms, Legs, Physical Therapy or Calorie Burn by…

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  • COMPACT EXERCISE BIKE – This conveniently compact pedal exerciser can be placed on the floor or on top of a desk or table so you can squeeze in a calorie burn while you work at home or watch TV, then fold this handy piece of workout equipment for easy storage when it’s not in use.
  • EASY TO USE – Simply place the machine on the floor and cycle to work leg muscles and burn calories. This pedal bike can also be placed on a tabletop to help tone arm muscles. Non-slip feet pads and secure straps add stability and prevent sliding. Fitness Goal-Increase Cardio
  • ELECTRONIC DISPLAY – Electronic display allows users a 5-function view of time, revolution count, revolutions per minute, and calories burned. The easy to read screen alternates automatically through a sophisticated scan feature.
  • ADJUSTABLE RESISTANCE – The resistance dial is easy to adjust as needed. The low-tension setting is perfect for rehabilitative purposes, while the higher intensity is great for strength training and toning muscles.
  • PRODUCT DETAILS – Dimensions: (L) 14” x (W) 19.5” x (H) x 9.5”; Pedal with Strap fit most feet: (L) 4” x (W) 1.6” x (H) 2.75” ; Folded Dimensions: (L) 14” x (W) 13” x (H) 6”. Electronic display requires one 1.5v battery (included). No assembly required. Color: Gray and Black.

Specification: Portable Under Desk Stationary Fitness Machine Collection – Indoor Exercise Pedal Machine Bike for Arms, Legs, Physical Therapy or Calorie Burn by…

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H

‎15.35 x 13.78 x 7.09 inches

Package Weight

‎2.66 Kilograms

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎19.5 x 14 x 9.5 inches

Item Weight

‎5.82 Pounds

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Warranty Description

‎30 Days

Model Name

‎Wakeman Fitness Folding Pedal Exerciser with Electronic Display





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‎Trademark Global

Part Number



‎Calorie Tracker

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‎Wakeman Fitness Folding Pedal Exerciser with Electronic Display

3 reviews for Portable Under Desk Stationary Fitness Machine Collection – Indoor Exercise Pedal Machine Bike for Arms, Legs, Physical Therapy or Calorie Burn by…

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  1. DianeDiane Davis

    I bought this for my mother, she doesn’t even use it very often but it works pretty good.

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  2. GVB

    So I’ve had it for about 1 hour, unboxed, under desk, peddling away.

    The PRICE. A trip for 4 to a fast food restaurant will exceed the price of this. Buy it. Use it. Get healthy.
    It’s really light weight. The bike is as sturdy as it needs to be. I dont feel like the basic mechanics will fail. The display thought simple is easy to see. I take a photo with my phone camera w/ flash and it’s easily readable. I can type and ride and think this could be a positive influence on my health. Of course there’s always folllow through.
    The device is light enough to move around with my feet which is important to get it placed in the right spot. I have a corner desk that’s open at the back. (actually a simple square Ik.. desk in a corner). So I can push it out of the way and pull it back into place easily. If you had a desk against a wall that might mean you have to pull your desk away from the wall.

    Not so nice:
    Easily fixed, the pedal straps are not wide enough for a US size 10 mail shoe. I unscrewed the strap and am going strapless to this party. Seeems to be working fine.
    Not so easily fixed. The tension does not hold for me. Again 1 hour of use so I can say it wont stick it I keep trying to tighten it. I have tried 3 times and I get about 4 revolutions and its back to no tension. Even with this I can keep it and go faster for more calorie burn. For me this is not a problem and again it may hold tension if I keep trying.
    The tension knob is hard to reach for me without pulling it out from under the desk.
    Mostly silent I had some squeaks when first using it but they seem to have cleared up.
    Knee clearance. This could be a show stopper for some. Its not the products fault. Legs arent made of jello. This is a bicycle. Knees go up and down. On my simple desk, I have a very inexpensive stand up desk attachment. My keyboard tray hangs over the edge of my desk. For this reason, I could back my seat up, lift the keyboard try up and still be able to type without hitting my knees. I could not have my knees under the desk. The top of the pedal is about 12.5″ inches from the floor at its highest point. So measure your leg knee down and add 12 inches. Compare this against the desk clearance and see if it’s going to work for you. One video review showed someone tilting the bike by raising the back side but not the front. This translates some up down into back and forth and reduce the max knee height somewhat. I did not try this.

    I would recommend it to anyone. Especially based on the price.

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  3. Wayfinder

    I give this three stars, but almost gave it four considering function for price. But a couple of design considerations dropped it a star. Still, I am pleased enough to recommend this. At this price one should not expect either a professional unit nor anywhere near best on the market. I bought this as a cheap cardio device, and for that job it works fine.

    The crank knob offers SOME resistance, but not much. Cranked to full (without using a pipe wrench) it creates just about perfect tension for the arms. For legs, it’s hardly noticeable. Cranking it to full will prove very difficult for older ones, those lacking muscular strength, or anyone with arthritis. In such case a pipe wrench may literally be a necessity.

    The “pedals” are barely that; narrow as shown in photo. I didn’t think about how the narrow width would feel on bare or stocking feet. One will need some kind of shoe to use this comfortably. And of course since they aren’t round they don’t offer a comfortable grip for the hands either. Still, they work.

    These things aside, this is a passable exercise machine, especially in these days when funds are often scarce. It has some downsides but it works. The stability is acceptably good. I use it on a low-nap rug and there is some wobble (as would be expected) but it stays in place. On a wood or linoleum floor it does fine– doesn’t slide an inch.

    I decided to use the device with stocking feet even though not comfy, because there’s the side-benefit of foot acupressure. People pay money for acupressure pads; these pedals do a similar job on bare or stocking feet.

    The gauge is not lit so I pretty much ignore it. I just use it until I’m tired then stop. Still, it’s a multi-function gauge. If someone wants the data, there it is.

    A main positive is its easy portability. It has two large pull rings, allowing the legs to fold up easily and quickly. To open it just pull the legs out until the pins auto-snap into place. Couldn’t be easier nor imo better-designed. Nice feature of this item.

    The build appears sturdy. Its feel and appearance promises lengthy use so long as the inner resistance mechanism holds up. That can only be determined over time.

    All in all, for a low-cost exercise peddler it is fine. I suspect it will do exactly what I bought it to do: give me some exercise while I’m watching TV.

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