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Exerpeutic ExerWorK 1000 Fully Adjustable Desk Folding Exercise Bike with Pulse

by Paradigm Health & Wellness Inc. -- DROPSHIP
 (4.2 stars from 511 customer reviews)

8 new from $229.99    

List Price: $229.99
  • Sliding Desktop: large fully adjustable desktop with tilt, forward, back, up and down adjustability for sitting or standing positions. 3 angle adjustments (0, 16 and 33 degrees), 5 height adjustments 41" up to 45". Storage Drawer. Arm rest. LCD Computer
  • Patented XBike Desk and Exercise Semi-Recumbent Bicycle. 2.5" Thick large AirSoft seat with extra comfort and adjustable to fit 5' 2" to 6' 3" user height
  • Weight capacity: 300 lbs. Semi-recumbent design for comfortable, effective workouts
  • Folds up for storage. The bike can still fold up when fully assembled, with a foot print of 21.3" L x 25.5" W
  • An 8 level Magnetic Tension control system allows the user to adjust the tension level for an easier or more difficult workout. The actual work surface is 24 inches (W) x 16 inches (H) and it can hold objects up to 44 pounds


Product Description
Product Description

The Exerpeutic ExerWorK 1000 Desk Station Folding Bike is not only an exercise bike but also you can use the desk top as a work platform for your laptop, your favorite book, iPad, Smartphone or whatever device you choose. No more sedentary sitting at a desk when you can exercise and get healthy while working. It features the state of the art high torque 3 piece torque crank system, heart pulse monitoring and a "double drive" transmission system. You can burn those calories while you work, read or just watching a movie on your tablet. Cruise the internet, check and reply to your emails without changing your schedule or work routine. The Exerpeutic 1000 Desk Station Exercise Bike folds easily and can be relocated using the built in transportation wheels. The benefits of work/exercise can improve your mental alertness, heighten creativity, fight depression, burn calories, tone muscles and just improve your overall well being. Features: Adjustable Height Leg Stabilizers: Prevent any shaking or tipping when exercising. Durable powder coated steel frame construction. Heart Rate: Hand Pulse Sensors for monitoring your heart rate. Quiet Belt Drive System: The precision balanced flywheel and V- belt drive provide a smooth and quiet operation. It will not interfere with watching TV or listening to music. Safety: A larger pedal design with safety straps prevents any foot slippage when exercising. Desk Top Features: 3 angle adjustable desk top 0 Degree (level) , 16 Degree and 33 Degree. 5 height adjustments 41" up to 45". Exclusive AIRSOFT seat: 11"L X 15"W. 2.5" Thick foam. The AIRSOFT Seat is large and oversized, using aerodynamic healthcare technology allowing air to breathe through the fabric. The seat will remain cool after many hours of use. Large cushioned backrest: 151/2"H X 111/4"W. 1 1/4" Thick foam. All batteries included (2 AAA). Laptop, iPad and dumbbell not included. Product Set Up Dimensions: 451/4"L x 25"W x 511/4"H. Product Weight: 64.7 lbs, Assembly Required. Warranty: 3 years.




Customer Reviews

348 of 354 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfectly suited for my sedentary lifestyle, December 18, 2016
By 
just your average consumer
Customer Video Review Length:: 0:19 Mins

Freaking love this thing. Super sturdy, easy to move around and out of the way. My only "complaint" would be the desk area could be a little bigger - it's not well suited for my MacBook and papers sitting next to it. If the padding on the bottom was straight instead of curved, then it would work, but the curving makes it so the Mac has to sit about three inches in from the side, which makes about eight inches of workspace not as easy to utilize. At first my kids made fun of me, but now I catch my teens on it all the time working online or even just watching Netflix. One of them posted a video of me working on it, and after I got tagged and it got shared I've had at least three friends order the bike and they love it too. It's a little bit of a pain to put together by yourself, but I managed to get it done in about an hour and a half (while watching a movie). Would highly recommend it, especially for the price.




186 of 190 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Riding it as I'm typing this., December 8, 2016
By 
LFrock (Ohio)
I can't believe how much I love this thing!

Ease of typing: I'm a fantasy writer and spend many hours a day sitting and typing. I tried a treadmill desk but I was bouncing too much to be able to type very well.

Comfort/ Ease of Use: Another concern is that I have rheumatoid arthritis in my knees and ankles but I can sit and ride for hours without a single complaint. I'm not competing for the Tour de France or anything but I keep a steady pace. I'm on this thing more than I'm on my couch. I watch a lot of soccer and I sit and ride while I watch them running up and down the pitch. My husband and I are also big gamers and now I'm always riding when I'm on the Xbox One.

Overall: I know what you want to know, comfort and weight loss-Well, like I said I can sit on here for hours. I'm only 5'1 but can reach the pedals with ease.I have not weighed myself (too depressing) but I have noticed that my jeans are loose and I've had comments from friends and... Read more




229 of 237 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Solid construction, but the fit is all wrong for short people, June 13, 2017
By 
H. Killough-Walden (Texas)
  
Looking at the picture, you'd think this thing would fit perfectly, and the problem of being sedentary while you work would be solved. However, I should have looked more closely at the image. The woman sitting on this bike is tall. TALL. She's probably around 5'10", if not taller. In reality, the average human is around 5'3". That's exactly how tall I am. Because of that, I have to scoot all the way forward on the seat cushion, so I have zero back support (it's not adjustable back and forth, which is bizarre to me). I also have to raise my arms UP to reach the computer, which drains the blood from them. This occurs on the lowest setting for the platform (they made it so it can't go any lower because your knees will bump the platform). In the end, I can't use it. I can see that it's a good, solid construction... but suitable only for someone who has enough height in their legs and midsection to get them up in the seat and keep the blood from leaving their hands and arms (that's... Read more

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