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Isokinetics Inc. Brand Deluxe Pedal Exerciser - Black - With Anti-Slip Strips - Fully Assembled

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  • ASIN: B000LGAPZI
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #415,108 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Satia Renee VINE VOICE on July 2, 2007
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I bought this pedal machine to help me exercise. My biggest complaint is that it will not stay put. One a wood floor it will slide far too easily. Even when put on a sticky mat, it would not stay in place. On carpeting it is not much better. So far the only options I have found to make it work are to put it on a sticky mat on carpeting (and even then it will push out slowly) or to put it up against a wall or furniture. Still, when I can get it to stay in place, I can work up a sweat and get my heartrate elevated. I wish the manufacturer would find a way to get the feet from sliding forward as you push.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By C. Souchik on November 16, 2008
I have this under my desk at work. It provides a nice distraction from the work day. It is noisier than a magnetic resistance unit but not too noisy. You can carry on a conversation while using it. The resistance is adjustable from extremely easy to pedal to not very difficult to pedal. This is OK with me because I'm looking to burn some calories while sitting at a desk for eight hours, but I don't want to work up a stinky sweat. I have not used it above desk with my arms, but the pedals are small enough to grap with your hands. The unit can tend to slide on the floor if you let it get too far in front of you.
It is easy to assemble and comes with all necessary tools. The LCD readout gives you an idea of what you have done, although I doubt the accuracy of the distance and speed. Still, it performs just as I expected. This is a good product at a good price.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By BeckyIiz Sizbicki on June 26, 2007
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Very good product, holds up well. Am able to get a great workout with it. Only problem is that it slids a little too much on the floor.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dottie From the Block on April 12, 2011
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I gave this product 4 stars because for the price point I don't know that you could get anything better. I have an average cube w/an average desk that hits underneath at 2'3", I'm 5'5" I've had to lower my chair to a lower than normal height and keep a little pulled back from the desk to keep my knees from hitting but I assume this is to be expected. If you're much taller than me you may have issues. While it's fairly quiet it can def. be heard from any direct cube neighbor, or cube neighor that sits across from the open side of your cube. As long as your cube mates don't mind you should be okay as I said it's not too loud. My cube mate says it sounds like an ultra sound machine. The tension adjusts well even though other people have said it doesn't. However, it's not the smoothest pedal and the harder the tension the less smooth the pedaling (WD40 didn't seem to help), so I have to keep it on a pretty low tension. In 60 min I managed to pedal 1.5 miles, so I imagine the tension is pretty low right now. According to the calorie meter I've burned 49 calories. I figure if I can burn 500 - 1,000 calories per week on this thing it's worth it. Otherwise I'm just sitting on my but burning nothing. If it's raining at lunch I can probably crank it out faster and burn some extra calories since I won't be trying to work at the same time. It should have occurred to me when purchasing, but it didn't, I have a chair on wheels as I assume most cube workers do. This can make it tricky to stay pulled up to the bike. No worries though it was easy to manipulate one leg of the chair around one leg of the bike and that keeps me in place. I've had no issues with slipping. Ultimately if I had my drothers I'd prefer a lower profile, quieter bike with a smoother ride, but I don't know if you can expect that for the $$$ that this costs. Finally, pretty obvious, but there is a little wire in the bike that needs to attach to the meter, the directions don't note this.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Hepamorphonic on October 1, 2010
I bought this to use at the office under my desk.
But then I had knee surgery so I used it mainly at home for rehabilitation.

Now I use it for exercise while I'm watching TV. I just leave it in front of my viewing chair so whenever I sit down my feet end up on it and next thing you know I'm pedaling without even thinking about it. I can easily do 45 minutes while watching a show on tivo and it's painless.

Others have commented that the unit will slide across the floor, and that's true it does slide a little bit gradually as you use it, but that's not a product defect as I see it. Other than using glue or screws, it is unreasonable to expect that any device resting on the floor isn't going to slide as you apply a large lateral force to it with your legs. However, fixing this is TRIVIAL! Just get a couple 4-6 foot lengths of rope, strap, or something similar and loop one around each side of the rear bar on the unit. Loop the other ends around your chair leg(s) and the unit won't go anywhere. This has worked like a charm for me and takes 10 seconds to put on or take off.

UPDATED: Well, I pedaled this thing to death, literally. The pedals started grinding and slipping after about 6 months of nearly daily usage for about 20 minutes each. I opened it up and there are two gears that form the main mechanism. The teeth on the smaller gear had been rounded down until they no longer interlocked with the larger gear. Had to trash it. Maybe I should've splurged for the magnetic version.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Y. Morris on September 30, 2008
Right pedal continually falls off (about once every 50 rotations), slides on the carpet, tension isn't changeable despite turning the tension knob, feet stabilizers fall off, doesn't pedal smoothly. RETURNING THIS PRODUCT SAME DAY I GOT IT!
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