Exerpeutic 1000 High Capacity Magnetic Recumbent Bike with Pulse

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  • "Step Thru" design providing easy on and off capability
  • Leg stabilizers to prevent any movement or tipping
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    The Exerpeutic 1000 High Capacity Magnetic Recumbent Bike with Pulse has a wider seat for comfort, magnetic resistance for challenging workouts and hand pulse pads for targeting heart rate zones. The precision balanced flywheel and V-belt drive provide a smooth and quiet operation.

    Exerpeutic 1000 High Capacity Magnetic Recumbent Bike with Pulse:

    • "Step Thru" design providing very easy on and off capability, providing a more a more effective and comfortable workout
    • Weight capacity: up to 300 lbs
    • Extended leg stabilizers to prevent any movement or tipping when exercising
    • Some assembly required
    • Included transportation wheels for easy relocation of the bike
    • An 8 level magnetic tension control system allows the user to adjust the tension level for an easier or more difficult workout
    • An easy to read large window LCD display that indicates distance, calories burned, time, speed, scan and heart rate monitor
    • Hand Pulse Monitor to stay within the Target Heart Rate Zone
    • "Smooth torque" cranking system provides a smooth and consistent pedaling motion
    • 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
    • Larger pedal design with safety strap prevents any foot slippage when exercising
    • Large oversized seat cushion and back rest for users of any size
    • Easy and quick seat adjustments for users 5'3"-6'3"
    • Dimensions: 54"L x 22"W x 34"H
    • Weight: 63 lbs
    • Made in China


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    Specifications

    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: 1111
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 70.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 54.0 x 22.0 x 34.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 551168417
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    Customer Reviews | 686 reviews | 4.4 out of 5

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    Awesome Bike, I am addicted!
    1/23/2012

    Customer review by KYWildcatsfan

    5.0 stars by KYWildcatsfan

    I wanted something that I could use as a way to get my exercise routine started. I needed something that would not cause me discomfort in the beginning, so I did not get discouraged. I have trouble with my knees, and sometimes the treadmill makes my legs hurt. This seat is padded and comfortable, it is wide, and gives you plenty of room, and the backrest is great. I am significantly overweight and had to have something low impact. I have been using the bike for 2 weeks, and am addicted. I started out at 2 miles at a time, three days after I started riding it, I rode 4 miles straight. A week after I began using it, I rode 8 miles at one time. On the 10th day of using the bike, I sat down watching a movie, and realized I had ridden 10 miles. I wanted to push for 11, then 12, and I ended up riding 15 miles in 1 hour and 46 minutes. For someone who is overweight, that is a major accomplishment. I would never have dreamed I could have ridden 5 miles in one day, much less 15 miles at one time. When riding a long length of time, I ride on a resistance of 3. I rode 4 miles on a resistance of 7, and had some discomfort the next day, which is to be expected. Just make sure not to push yourself too hard. I am sure I have done more than I probably should have, but have been so excited to finally find something that I can do and stick with. I have an electric treadmill that has all of the bells and whistles, and a home gym, but this is by far my machine of choice. It is a great deal now, we paid $20 more for ours, it went on sale the week after we ordered ours. It was easy to assemble also. This bike is so quiet, you would never know that you were on it. I watch T.V while riding all of the time. I am addicted to riding it. I love it so much despite having an exercise room, I have this sitting right in my living room. Every time I walk in to my living room when I would normally have sat down on the couch, I go straight to the bike. I have lost 7 pounds in 12 days, and gone down a pant size. I highly recommend this bike to anyone of any age who is searching for a method of exercise. You can make your workout as easy or hard as you want, by changing the resistance. Everything is placed so strategically, and easy. I love that my pulse is constantly displayed. After each workout, I know exactly how many calories I have burned, how far I have ridden, and how long I rode. It is encouraging! If you have any doubts, don't. Just buy it! :)

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    KYWildcatsfan
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    Amazing value!
    12/27/2011

    Customer review by exbicyclist

    5.0 stars by exbicyclist

    This is a great value. easy to assemble, solid, completely silent. I chose this model over others because of the seat adjustment. Other units you have to adjust the length by adjusting the actual frame. I knew my wife would not appreciate that. This unit has an adjustment under the seat, very easy. Completely silent, you can watch tv while riding. I rode for 4 hours the very first day. I love this thing! It is actually addicting. Best of all.........no sore rear end like i would get riding an upright cycle. ( which is why I stopped riding, just couldn't stand the pain any longer) Set the computer on scan and you can see all your stats. Love the heart rate monitor. Did I mention I love this thing. Do not hesistate to purchase one of these!

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    exbicyclist
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    Initial impressions.
    10/26/2011

    Customer review by arty08

    3.0 stars by arty08

    I have mixed feelings about my purchase. I also don't have anything else to compare it to. I had it delivered directly to me for $13 from California to Wisconsin. It took about a week. First, remember that this is a $169 bike, not a $1699 bike. I am extremely over weight and walking bothers my lower back. My doctor told me to get a recumbent exercise bike. I don't have a lot of money to spend on something like this. Walmart's web page states that this bike is rated at 325 pounds, but the box and user's manual state 300 pound. I weigh 331 pounds, so I bought it because of the price and also because I thought I only weighed 6 pounds over the 325 pound limit shown on the Walmart web page, not 31 pounds over the limit shown in the user's manual. The bike does not seem to have any problems holding my weight, so this has not been a problem. My main complaint is with putting the bike together. The instructions are not very good. When assembling the bike, you have to connect a number of wires together. The wires have connectors on their ends, so all you have to do is push the connectors together. The problem is that it is not obvious which wires get connected together. I had to look at each connector and then had to decide which of the connectors had to be pushed together. Niether the connectors nor the wires are numbered, marked or color coded to make this easier. I wasn't sure I had the wires connected together correctly until the entire bike was put together, and I put the batteries into the computer module. It turned on and appears to work (more on this latter#. There are wires in the very bottom part of the frame, in the front part of the frame that holds the front handle bars, in the computer module, and from the rear set of handle bars #for the pulse sensor.# You also have to stuff the excess wire length back into the different parts of the bike and then slide the different parts together. The bottom frame is made of two parts that you slide together and tighten together with bolds. There are wires in both of these parts. I had to push excess wire back into these two parts, and I was worried that the wires might get damaged when I slid the two parts back togther. I stopped twice to rearrange how I put the excess wire back into the two parts, because I was sure the wires would be damaged when I slid the two pieces together. Most of the bolts, washers and nuts used for assembly are already connected to the various pieces of the bike. You have to remove these bolts, put the different pieces together and then re-use the bolts you just removed. There are only 5 other bolts that are included in a seperate box/bag. This isn't a complaint, just a comment on how they did things. But, the instructions just say something like "remove 4 bolts and 8 washers from the bottom frame" with a little diagram and numbered arrows pointing to different parts of the bike. In my opinon, the pulse sensor is useless. You have to grip it with just the right amount of pressure to get a pulse count that is close. If your grip is not tight enough, the pulse the computer module displays is low. If you grip too tight, the pulse displayed it too high. I did a manual count of my pulse at 105, and had to play around with the tightness of my grip to get the computer module to show 101. Otherwise, my pulse ranged from 80 to 150 ! Also, the wires fom the pulse sensor are exposed to the outside, so there is a slight chance the wires could get damaged or pulled out. The computer module is made of cheap plastic. It won't take much to damage it if it would get bumped hard enough. You're supposed to be able to 'preset' various things with the module, like monitor your pulse rate during exercise and get a beep from it if your pulse goes below a preset limit, like entering the distance you want to do and have it beep when you've reached it, and also count down to a preset amount of exercise time #enter 5 minutes and when it gets down to 0, it beeps.# The count down timer is the one extra feature I would like to have, but it's not working for me. The other preset features do work. The straps on the pedals took some force to stetch out and attach, which was a bit of a pain, but once attached, but they do the job of holding my feet in place. Not really a complaint, just a statement. It took a bit of force to connect the tension control wire to the tension control knob during assembly. Again, not really a complaint, just a statement of what I noticed. But, the instructions explaining how to do this are not great. I don't really have a comment on the tension adjustment itself. I don't have anything to compare it too. Low tension is very easy, and highest tension is not impossible, but easy seems rediculously easy right after using the highest tension setting. The plastic used for the main body of the bike isn't really high grade. I was a little disappointed in that. But, I was impressed with the metal pieces of the frame. This is where they did a good job. It's not cheap or flimsy. The metal body is designed to be sturdy. Like I said, I weigh 331 pounds, the bike is rated at 300 pounds, and it has no problems supporting my weight, and it is not unstable when I use it. To adjust the seat for different users, you have to losen three bolts #they have plastic handles on them# and then slide the seat assembly to a new location and tighten up the nuts again. You have to line up the holes in the sliding part with holes in the stationary part of the seat assembly. But, the three bolts do hold the entire seating assembly together securely. Again, not really a complaint, just a statement on how it works. For what I need, the bike is adequate, but I didn't like the thing with the wires, or the assembly instructions. I don't know what the manufacturer would had done if I had damaged the wires during assembly, or connected some of the connectors together incorrectly. Actually, I'm still not totally convinced that I have all of them connected correctly. I am not going to dissasemble it to find out. Right now I am using it on the lowest tension level and going at a slow speed until my legs get used to using it. It does work the leg muscles differently than walking, especially the outer leg muscles just above the knees. I've started out using it 3 times a day, usually for 5-10 minutes during each time. I can do 20 minutes straight , but the outer leg muscles just above the knees feel it. If you're like me and you don't need advanced features then this bike will do. All I do is sit down and peddle for a given amount of time and watch TV, a DVD, or just listen to music. The bike does not make much noise . My complaint is mainly with the assembly needed for the wires, not the bike itself. If you get one, I advise that you go through the instructions slowly. You may want to ask your local Walmart if they would do the assembly for you.

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    arty08
    Wisconsin
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
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    by memere 12/19/2013
    • YES!! I am 5' and works great for me. No need for a pillow or anything behind my back.
      by productwatcher4/20/2015
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    • My wife is 5'2". It works for her.
      by Satisfiedin20144/11/2015
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    • Absolutely, the seat is very adjustable!
      by LindaIrene3/20/2015
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    • Yes it does. I bought it for my wife and she is 5 foot tall. She can set it on the lowest setting and her leg does not fully extend (her knee is still bent a little). I am much taller and it adjusts fine for me too. So it has a great range for all heights.
      by Brickmaker4/15/2015
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    • YES
      by BBiggins10/31/2014
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    • Yes, the seat is adjustable so it can fit any height.
      by An anonymous customer1/4/2014
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    • I am 5'5" and I can still make the machine shorter and my son is 6', so you can vary it.
      by Disneymom112/31/2013
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    • Yes, the seat is adjustable.
      by Caboose44491/4/2014
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    • Seat adjustments will adjust for users between 5'3"-6'3.
      by Paradigmhw4/18/2015
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    • Probably. It depends more on your leg length then actual height. My son is 5'1" and it works for him.
      by JamesShef12/27/2013
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    by chris 5/22/2013
    • The manual says it's maximum weight capacity is 300 lbs. I would not push it.
      by Satisfiedin201410/31/2014
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    • This will hold you. I can't speak for long-term because I haven't had mine long enough to know that but, initially, it should hold you.
      by 8itty82/23/2014
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    • my dad is about your weight and this equipment is very sturdy so he didn't have any problem using it.
      by An anonymous customer1/1/2014
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    • not this bike, limit 300lbs.
      by An anonymous customer12/12/2013
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    • Bike weight limit is 300lbs per book.
      by Amber10709/17/2013
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    • It says maximum weight is 300 pounds and the handle bars that are located in the seat are 20 inches wide.
      by lovessmitty7/29/2013
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    • no--I am 250 and I think this should be the max weight
      by Luvlo7/23/2013
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    • The framework of this bike, I don't feel, is very sturdy. This is an inexpensive bike so you are getting what you are paying for. I weigh 160 lbs and I feel some movement in the frame when I'm on it.
      by Tznbrown7/22/2013
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    • YES
      by gannd7/5/2013
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    • Yes, The Exerpeutic 1000 Recumbent Bike says only 300 lbs. limit, But I have found that it will hold our weight. I started at 345 lbs. I am losing weight daily and soon will be under 300 lbs.
      by SSeiwin6/21/2013
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    I need the seat to adjust up and down for my knee!
    by metoo 4/1/2013
    • the seat is adjust back and forth but you don't need to adjust up and down if you concern about your knee because the seat is design to lay back so it won't put much weight on your knee when you ride on it.
      by An anonymous customer1/18/2015
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    • The seat does not adjust up & down, but it does adjust back and forth. Unfortunately you have to be off the bike and remove three knobs to slide the seat into another position then replace the knobs. This is not something you want to do every time.
      by BGFox10/23/2014
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    • only back and forth, that accounts for height, try one out at a store
      by An anonymous customer1/18/2015
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    • Back and forth only
      by Amber10701/18/2015
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    • back and forth
      by winwash8/21/2013
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    • Only back and forth
      by Skeeter11111/18/2015
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    • Does adjust back and forward with loosening then tightening of three screws. Does not adjust up and down.
      by exp10001/18/2015
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    • Seat adjust forward and backward only. The angle seems to raise it slightly as it goes forward.
      by whatcon1/18/2015
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    • the seat moves forward and backward. The pedals are in front of the seat, not below it. I am using it for post-surgical knee rehab and it is suitable for me.
      by mj920751/18/2015
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    • Does not move up and down.
      by Golfnut481/8/2015
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