Gold's Gym Power 390 Recumbent Bike

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Gold's Gym Power 390 Recumbent Bike
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Get a comfortable workout that delivers real results with the Golds Gym Power 390 R Exercise Bike. Featuring iFit Workout Card Technology, this bike delivers 8 weeks of progressive workouts, coaching from a Certified Personal Trainer and automatic resistance control. The Power 390 R Exercise Bike also offers 12 built-in workouts so you can get on, press start and get going! Other features include a Compatible Music Port for iPod, 12 digital resistance levels, a dual-grip heart rate monitor and a 250 lb. weight capacity.

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Get a comfortable workout that delivers real results with the Golds Gym Power 390 R Exercise Bike. Featuring iFit Workout Card Technology, this bike delivers 8 weeks of progressive workouts, coaching from a Certified Personal Trainer and automatic resistance control. The Power 390 R Exercise Bike also offers 12 built-in workouts so you can get on, press start and get going! Other features include a Compatible Music Port for iPod, 12 digital resistance levels, a dual-grip heart rate monitor and a 250 lb. weight capacity.

Recumbent Design:

  • Designed with a chair-like seat
  • Offers plenty of back support

12 Personal Trainer Workouts:

  • Automatically adjust the resistance of the bike
  • Designed by a Certified Personal Trainer
  • Resistance and time length of each workout are pre-determined

iFit Workout Card Technology:

  • Compatible with iFit Workout Card Technology
  • Automatically adjusts your resistance
  • Audio coaching throughout your workout
  • Lose weight, feel great and improve performance
  • 8 weeks of progressive personal training on each card
  • Each card is designed by a Certified Personal Trainer and plugs into the bikes console
  • Workout cards sold separately

Compatible Music Port for iPod:

  • Built-in sound system
  • Plug your iPod or MP3 player into the Interplay Music Port
  • iPod is a trademark of Apple, Inc., registered in the US and other countries. iPod not included.

Intermix Acoustics 2.0 Sound System:

  • 2 built-in speakers
  • Produces broad range of frequencies and rich, equalized sound

12 Digital Resistance Levels:

  • Adjust your workout resistance for increased calorie burn and higher intensity
  • Select between 1-12 resistance levels

Inertia-Enhanced Flywheel:

  • Low maintenance and extremely durable
  • Smooth, consistent feel throughout your workout

Adjustable, Oversized Seat:

  • High-tech, adjustable seat incorporates a gel layer
  • Seat is oversized for comfort

Self-Leveling Pedals:

  • Pedals adjust automatically as you ride to keep feet level

Blue-Tinted LCD with Matrix Display:

  • Easy to Read
  • Tracks speed, time, distance, resistance, pulse and calories burned


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Specifications

Model No.: GGEX61709
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 91.3
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 56.25 x 23.75 x 46.0
Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
Origin of Components: Imported
Walmart No.: 917178
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great bike!
12/14/2010

Customer review by helpfullmissy

4.0 stars 12/14/2010 by helpfullmissy
by helpfullmissy

it's a great bike except for where the batteries r located, it's such a pain, mine broke, but bought the adapter, here's the info if someone needs it! For those having problems with batteries - here's the adapter information (so you don't have to buy it from the manufacturer for about $80): AC-to-DC power adapter; 6V, 800mA; Radio Shack: 273-1766 Adaptaplug "M" at Radio Shack; 5.5mm O.D.; 2.1mm I.D.; Radio Shack: 273-171

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helpfullmissy
illinois
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:11 - 12 months
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
Decent workout, but has issues
12/18/2010

Customer review by MelMayhem

3.0 stars 12/18/2010 by MelMayhem
by MelMayhem

I'm a bit disappointed in this bike. The whole point of this bike was to allow us exercise while watching tv or playing a video game. I was looking at a lower profile bike, but my husband talked me into this one. First, it does NOT come with an electrical cord, and requires 4 D batteries. There is no manual adjustment so you HAVE to put in batteries. It uses a LOT of battery power. I've had it a week and am already moving to a third set of batteries, because there is no off button for conserving battery power. Not only do you have to replace them a lot, they're a pain in the butt to change. Keep a screwdriver handy. The opening is too small for the batteries, so you have to angle the batteries in & they want to pop right back out again.... it's surprisingly time consuming and not well designed at all. The workouts are okay, but they don't vary much. I'm constantly increasing the tension in order to get a better workout, and I have an office job & am not in very good shape. The computer really is kind of useless, except for adjusting the workout level. It only counts down on your current workout. After I completed three workouts, and was on it for an hour and 20 minutes. The summary displays zero as my workout time. In addition, the monitor sits very high, so to watch tv or play a video game, it has to be angled weirdly or you can't see past it. Honestly, I'm not that impressed. Remove the monitor completely, add a manual adjustment & the bike's value would actually go up.

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MelMayhem
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
Not a bad bike--would recommend
2/5/2011

Customer review by acgretlcello

4.0 stars 2/5/2011 by acgretlcello
by acgretlcello

I don't understand all the 1-star ratings. I really enjoy using this bike everyday! I got it around Christmas time, and I'm already seeing results. Really does tone up my leg and butt muscles. I can finally fit into those pants again that I thought I never would. I love how I work up a really good sweat working out on the bike. And I feel like I have more energy afterwards. The bike is really quiet when it starts up. And the seats are very comfortable and adjusts easily. The only negative thing, like everyone else, is it doesn't come with an electrical cord. So you'd have to buy an adapter in order for it to work like you would want it to. And the price isn't too bad. This bike DOES work, but you have to work hard to get the most out of it. Would recommend.

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acgretlcello
Salina, KS
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 3 months
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
Great but lacking
10/25/2010

Customer review by TheWaterboy

4.0 stars 10/25/2010 by TheWaterboy
by TheWaterboy

This is a great bike but it should be sold with the AC adapter as a standard part instead of an accessory you must mail order. The unit takes 4 D cell batteries and goes through them in one week. Be ready to buy the AC adapter first thing when you get home. It is phone ordered only.

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TheWaterboy
Houston,TX
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Every few days
You get what you pay for.
11/1/2010

Customer review by crackedpot40

3.0 stars 11/1/2010 by crackedpot40
by crackedpot40

I brought this home and assembled it today. Right out of the box I could see that I had one with a few manufacturers' defects: the holes in the front stabilizing bar were placed so that the leveling feet don't even sit on the floor once installed. The handlebars are wiggly and one was missing an end cap. A call to the toll-free number for customer service was met with very congenial help, however, and they are shipping out replacement parts right away. So, okay, I can handle that. Every once in awhile there's going to be a bad apple, right? So as the previous commenter noted, it does not come with an ac adapter, but there is a little insert that gives you a toll-free number to call to order one, except that it doesn't tell you what to expect to pay for one. And after all that work putting it together, I wanted to be able to use it NOW. So I bought new batteries and installed them, overjoyed to hear a nice satisfactory little whirring sound - power at last! - and then I noticed a very disconcerting constant high-pitch noise. One of those really faint but really high pitch noises that not everybody can hear but which will pierce your head if you CAN hear it - that kind. There's no "off" button for this bike, and since my ears are bleeding (or it feels like it) so I can't wait for it to shut down on its own (will it? or will it burn down my batteries? I don't know!) the only way I can MAKE IT STOP, is to take off one of the battery covers and break off the power supply. I don't know if an ac adapter will fix that or not. It would be very hard to exercise with that noise in my ears. Another phone call to customer service coming up....

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crackedpot40
Georgia
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Female
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Some exercise bikes can use either a battery or a plug. What kind of power supply does this one come with?
by DONNY64 10/11/2010
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  • A. The way it arrives, it takes 4-D batteries (NOT included). But in the enclosed info, there's a number to call for the adapter. I don't know how much it costs. Rumor has it that Radio Shack has a suitable adapter at a better price.
    by sharyna5/11/2011
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  • A. This product does not include a power supply you have to purchase your own (6 volts) $70-$100 or purchase 4 huge batteires.
    by ShoppingBliss23/1/2011
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  • A. This bike uses either. It takes 4 D batteries which fit in the back of the display which is mounted on the handlebars. You may purchase an adapter, which is also plugged in on the back of the display, from the manufacturer or from Radio Shack, which is considerably less. I purchased from Radio Shack and had it available when the bike got here.
    by stayinslim1/27/2011
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  • A. It comes with nothing. Batteries (4 d cell) can be used, OR you can buy the optional adapter (not worth it, get one from radio shack, 6 volt 2 amp minimum type "m" tip)
    by Omadigan1/20/2011
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  • A. It takes 4 D batteries or you can buy a power supply for wall plug in.
    by momaminister1/8/2011
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  • A. It does not come wuth the adapter. They sell it for almost $100 but you can get one for 99 cents at almost any goodwill store. The batteries ($10 worth) ONLY LAST 1 DAY.
    by msaucier11/5/2011
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  • A. This bike can use 4D batteries (which may last 7-14 days) or an optional power cord. The adapter from the company is close to $90. Ouch! The cheapest I've seen a OEM replacement cord for was about $40 both on eBay and a site called HomeGymPower.biz.
    by DietFreeME1/1/2011
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  • A. Batteries, that you supply. Or you can buy their adapter to the tune of $73, or you can use an AC adapter that you have for something else. I use the one from my husbands had-held spotlight.
    by LeapinLen12/21/2010
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  • A. The unit does NOT come with an optional 6-volt power source.
    by Liquorish1/20/2012
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  • A. Both but the batteries are drained within a week of use, and the power cord costs $94. dont buy this bike.
    by ihatelebron11/27/2010
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by an anonymous customer 9/28/2010
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  • A. Based on my own 5'8" and the adjustment I had to make to use it, my guess would be 'yes,' 5'3" should be doable!
    by PAganLinq3/30/2012
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  • A. I'm 5'4" and have no problems with the 390.
    by sharyna5/11/2011
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  • A. Im 4'9 and it worked just fine, expect that the monitor was way up in my face, lol
    by ShoppingBliss23/1/2011
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  • A. My wife is about the same height and she uses it without problems. If you intend to use it too, it IS a little stiff trying to adjust to another size, so you would most likely have to switch it for yourself, then back again for the next time she wanted to use it. A little grease wouldn't hurt either
    by Omadigan1/20/2011
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  • A. I am 5'4 and use it just fine. I AM pretty close to the console though. I think it would go a little shorter if needed.
    by momaminister1/8/2011
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  • A. I'm 5'2 and it is perfect
    by msaucier1/3/2011
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  • A. I'm 5'4" and my daughter is 5'3", we both had no problem reaching the pedals; however, neither of us could see over the console because it sits very high.This was a problem because we work out while watching TV - so we had to set the machine at a weird angle to the TV then when our neck ached from the angle, we had to get off, and turn the machine the opposite way. It is also a little weird how you adjust the seat distance to the pedals. It is the base of the machine. You have to get off, unscrew it with a large knob, move the frame, sit back down, test it, get back off and adjust it again, repeat until you get it right, tighten the knob. It's a lot easier on machines that allow you to just move the seat.
    by MelMayhem1/14/2012
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  • A. My wife is shorter and it adjusts to her size just fine, except that It will not stay in that position while being used. It is a real pain sliding the unit back in. We used to have a recumbent that had a sliding seat adjustment and it adjusted like a car seat... Pretty easy. On this unit, you have to get off the unit, twist a set screw handle, lift the bar at the floor and push the seat and everything bolted to the seat forward, then screw down on the set screw to tighten it down. I am 6' 1"
    by Liquorish1/8/2011
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  • A. we bought this bike. my son, who was recovering from a running injury used it. he is about 5'4".
    by ihatelebron11/27/2010
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  • A. I am 5'2" and it adjust just fine for me.
    by Indianqueen201011/5/2010
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by honeyeagle 12/15/2010
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  • A. nope
    by seriouslyfolks1/1/2014
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  • A. An adapter or D batteries. An adapter will be more cost effective.
    by TheSpecial16/1/2012
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  • A. All readouts can be operated from the batteries. You need to use a good quality of 'heavy grade' batteries. I've been on mine first set for 6 weeks now. Using the fan will probably chew them up at a much faster rate. Another alternative would be a set of re-chargeable batteries w/ a charger.
    by PAganLinq3/30/2012
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  • A. You can use batteries or purchase an adapter. I also bought an elliptical from another store which is made by proform. Prior to buying the elliptical, I contacted Icon Fitness to ask about the adapter for the bike. The rep said they would sell it to me for $88 which would include a warranty already purchased at store of for $40. When I asked the rep what type of adapter the unit used, he told me that he would not give me that information just in case i used the wrong adapter and broke the electronics voiding the warranty. When I called to register my elliptical with Icon Fitness and told him that i purchased an adapter from Dick's Sporting goods to be used with the elliptical, he confirmed that I could use that adapter because it had the correct amount of REGULATED power. Anything too strong could burn out the console. I purchased the adapter made by Proform from Dick's Sporting Goods for $19.99 which is the regular price. Icon Fitness owns Proform, Weider and GoldGym products or they are affliated somehow. Who wants to use batteries which would burn out all of the time. Before I purchased the adapter, I did buy rechargeable batteries from Walmart and a charging unit because dependent on the use, you would go through batteries all of the time. The cheapest place to get batteries is the $1 store.
    by shopadvice7/27/2012
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  • A. You either need an adapter or 4 D batteries in order for anything to work on the display.
    by stayinslim1/27/2011
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  • A. You can either use batteries or purchase an adapter from radio shack (6 volt 2 amp type "m" tip). The milage will work either way, but without batteries or power cord you won't even get any resistance or display at all.
    by Omadigan1/20/2011
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  • A. yes, and you can get one at almost any Goodwill store
    by msaucier1/3/2011
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  • A. You can use batteries but they'll need to be replaced almost weekly. I wouldn't risk a universal adapter on this device. However, the adapter from the company is close to $90. Ouch! The cheapest I've seen a OEM replacement cord for was about $40 both on eBay and a site called HomeGymPower.biz.
    by DietFreeME1/1/2011
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  • A. Yes, but do NOT buy their adapter. I use the adapter from a portable spotlight and it works just fine. It also does not cost $73.
    by LeapinLen12/21/2010
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