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Schwinn 220 Recumbent Exercise Bike (2012 Model)

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List Price: $499.00
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  • New oversized console with 8 workout programs and 16 levels of resistance
  • MP3 music input port, speakers, 2 speed fan and water bottle holder
  • Convenient and comfortable contact heart rate pads
  • Transport wheels so you can easily move your bike into any room of the house
  • Anatomically correct, comfortable seat and oversized pedals with toe straps
  • Maximum weight capacity of 300 pounds
  • Measures 56.7 by 10.8 by 25.8 inches; weighs 111 pounds
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Schwinn 220 Recumbent Exercise Bike (2012 Model) + Supermats Heavy Duty P.V.C. Mat for Cardio- Fitness Products (2.5-Feet x 5-Feet)
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Product Description

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The Schwinn 220 Recumbent Bike delivers a challenging workout in a relaxed position with increased lower back support. Its padded seat adjusts in the fore/aft positions to accommodate a variety of positions for multiple users. This relaxed body positioning and lower-back support let you ride in maximum comfort with minimum strain. The Schwinn 220 also features a new oversized console that makes tracking your progress easier than ever, 8 workout programs, 6 course profiles, 16 resistance levels, a 13.2-pound flywheel, in-console speakers and MP3 music input port, magazine rack, and contact heart rate monitoring built into the handlebars. Assembly is simple.








The Schwinn 220 features a perimeter 13.2-pound weighted flywheel for a true road feel, and smooth, consistent workouts

Features

  • New oversized console with 7 preset programs and 16 levels of resistance
  • MP3 music input port, speakers, 2 speed fan and water bottle holder
  • Convenient and comfortable contact heart rate pads
  • Transport wheels so you can easily move your bike into any room of the house
  • Anatomically correct, comfortable seat and oversized pedals with toe straps

BioFit™ Comfort:

  • Ergonomic pedal design for efficiency and comfort
  • Adjustable seat and handlebars
  • In-console speakers and MP3 music input port, with holders for magazines, ebooks or other media

BioDyne™ Performance:

  • Perimeter weighted flywheel for a true road feel, and smooth, consistent workouts
  • Oversized stabilizers and levelers that are built-in for a solid workout platform

BioConnect® Feedback:

  • 8 workout programs, 6 course profiles, fitness test, and custom workout
  • Integrated grip heart rate system for easy fitness monitoring
  • 16 resistance levels

Specifications:

  • Resistance Levels: 16
  • Resistance System: Quiet magnetic ECB (Eddy Current Brake) resistance
  • Number of Programs: 16
  • Workout Programs: 7
  • Heart Rate Monitor: Telemetry and contact heart rate
  • Display Type: LCD
  • Display Readout: Time, interval time, RPM, watts, distance, pulse, speed, calories, resistance level, course profile
  • Reading Rack: Yes
  • Water Bottle Holder: Yes
  • Fan: Yes
  • Rear Stabilizers/Frame Levelers: Yes
  • Transport Wheels: Yes
  • Switchable From Miles To KM: Yes
  • Fore/Aft Seat Adjustment: Yes
  • Oversized Deluxe Pedals: Yes
  • Product Dimensions: 56.7 by 10.8 by 25.8 inches
  • Machine Weight: 111 pounds
  • Maximum User Weight: 300 pounds
  • Power Requirements: 9V 1.5 DC
  • Warranty: Frame: 5 years; mechanical & electrical: 1 year; wear parts: 90 days; labor: 90 days




The Schwinn 220's exercise console.


The Schwinn 220's ergonomic pedals with toe straps



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Model
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Nautilus R514c (2012) Schwinn 520 (2013)
MSRP
$299.00
$499.00
$599.00
$599.00
$699.00
$699.00 $999.00
Number of Programs
7
10
17
20
15
20
3
Performance Tracking
No
No
Schwinn Advantage
Schwinn Advantage Nautilus Advantage Nautilus Advantage No
Seat
Standard Contoured seat bottom, side bolsters and lumbar support
Contoured seat bottom, side bolsters and lumbar support Contoured seat bottom, side bolsters and lumbar support Contoured seat bottom, side bolsters, lumbar support and adjustable back
Contoured seat bottom, side bolsters, lumbar support and adjustable back Extra padded with ventilated seat back
Heart Rate
Contact
Contact Contact Contact and Telemetric enabled
Contact and Telemetric chest strap Contact and Telemetric enabled
Contact
Display Type
LCD
LCD
Extra Large Blue Backlit LCD
Extra Large Black Backlit LCD with Multi-color Brickyard
Extra Large Blue Backlit LCD Extra Large Black Backlit LCD with Multi-color Brickyard
Enhanced Resolution LCD
Resistance Levels
8
16
16
16 16 16 Infinite
Eddy Current Brake
Yes
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes N/A
Power
Battery (not included)
AC adaptor (included)
AC adaptor (included) AC adaptor (included) AC adaptor (included) AC adaptor (included) AC adaptor (included)
Other Features
Fan, Transport Wheels, Water Bottle Holder, Reading Rack
Speakers, Fan, Transport Wheels, Water Bottle Holder, Retractable Reading Rack Transport wheels, Reading rack, Supply basket
Speakers, Fan, Transport Wheels, Water Bottle Holder, Reading Rack Transport Wheels, Reading Rack, Water Bottle Holder
Speakers, Fan, Transport Wheels, Water Bottle Holder, Reading Rack
Single stage high torque belt drive, oversized footplates for multiple positions, non-intrusive console placement
Dimensions (L x W x H)
61" x 17" x 41"
55" x 25" x 52"
63" x 25" x 46"
63" x 25" x 46" 68" x 26" x 52"
63" x 25" x 46"
62" x 28" x 40"
Product Weight
60 lbs 111 lbs
117 lbs
117 lbs
120 lbs
120 lbs
120 lbs
Warranty
Frame: 2 years
Mech/Elec: 6 months
Wear Parts: 30 days
Labor: N/A
Frame: 5 years
Mech/Elec: 1 year
Wear Parts: 90 days
Labor: 90 days
Frame: 5 years
Mech/Elec: 1 year
Wear Parts: 90 days
Labor: 90 days
Frame: 5 years
Mech/Elec: 1 year
Wear Parts: 90 days
Labor: 90 days
Frame: 10 years
Mech: 2 years
Elec: 1 year
Wear Parts: 6 mths
Labor: 6 months
Frame: 10 years
Mech: 2 years
Elec: 1 year
Wear Parts: 6 mths
Labor: 6 months
Frame: 5 years
Mech/Elec: 1 year
Wear Parts: 90 days
Labor: 90 days
Maxium User Weight
275 lbs
300 lbs
300 lbs 300 lbs 300 lbs 300 lbs 300 lbs



Product Details

Product Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 56.7 x 25.6 x 10.9 inches ; 99 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 101.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0055WRW9U
  • Item model number: 220
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (157 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,360 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

The bike is great, it was easy to assemble and it is very sturdy.
MPG
Currently working fine although the display is not lit and even under a light it is hard to see but it does what you wanted to do.
Carlos S
As many others have said (and what I didn't listen to before purchasing) is that the display on this model is terrible.
K. Carter

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

116 of 118 people found the following review helpful By Big Dawg VINE VOICE on February 21, 2012
Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
This Schwinn 220 is my second recumbent bike, I had purchased the Marcy recumbent bike for under $150 several years back, which works great, very basic, just shows speed, odo, miles, avg speed. (I'll get back to this later).

So now to the Schwinn 220, this bike works great as a recumbent bike, easy to adjust the seat height, easy to move around the house. Great features like the heart rate monitor, speakers, fan (does not work good), and training regiment is great, these items that I did not have with the basic Marcy. As everyone have complained, the display is subpar for the price of the equipment but not a deal breaker for me.

Now that I have used two bikes, the extra features are nice on the 220, but if you will be dependent on the display as a trainer, you might want to look elsewhere. If you want something on a lower budget, there are other options out there that would do better. I find just sitting in front of the TV and pedaling for about 45-60 mins will give me a good sweat, I rarely look at the display.

UPDATE:
We have gotten rid of our older Marcy bike (for space reasons), the Schwinn bike still works great, however, I'd like to mention some items that bugs me about the Schwinn.

1. Requirement for external power to adjust tension.
2. Display is really bad (already mentioned).
3. The display/fan module is too big for its function.

Positives:
1. Feels more stable than our older Marcy.
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103 of 106 people found the following review helpful By D. Waters on November 2, 2011
I recently bought this bike to replace a previous Schwinn recumbent bike (that broke of no fault of the manufacturer, mine entirely) I was very pleased with my previous Schwinn and wanted another one. It is comfortable and very quiet, the display can be hard to read in a bright or dark room as it is not back lit but seeing as how I just hit quick start, click up till I hit a good resistance level and then watch tv it hasn't bothered me to much. However, those of you who want to keep track of your heart rate, time, resistance level etc I would recommend the Schwinn 240 as it has a very nice bright back lit display. The only two things I have noticed so far is the absolutely USELESS fan that it comes with. It is far to small and to far away to do anything. I turned it on and put my hands 2 inches away from the fan and could hardly feel it so to believe that it will cool your face as your pedal is a complete dream. A good Idea but poorly designed, a larger fan with a bigger motor would work but then you would be getting into noise and maybe they wanted to keep it quiet. Either way, don't consider this a factor if you are looking between various models. The other think I have noticed is the connection between the two main body pieces, even though I have tightened all 5 screws home when I pedal on a high resistance level where I am pushing myself I do notice it tends to flex at the connection, not nearly enough to interfere with my workout but just something I noticed. Overall I am pleased with what I go for the money. I have had a good experience with Schwinn Recumbent bikes and look forward to having this one for a while to come.
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58 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Fizzle VINE VOICE on February 14, 2012
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I had purchased a Schwinn 213 around four years ago it only lasted 2 years before the electronics failed. I gave up on electronic recumbent bikes and bought a manual Resistance bike after that, the Stamina 4825. The Stamina is a good bike but I really missed the electronic programmed routines that come with the electronic style bikes and the heft of the Schwinn. Then I got a chance to get this Schwinn so I thought I'd give Schwinn another chance.

This Schwinn is just as heavy as my last one and the first thing I notice is that the design is a walk through style which makes it a little easier for maybe older people to get onto. This bike is more solid than the Stamina but you are paying one hundred bucks more for this bike so it should be heftier. When you get on the bike the seat is solid but very comfortable and you have a good view of the display and the controls are well within reach and the console is adjustable. the control panel is very easy to figure out, I do agree with another viewer that the display should be back lit. I'm not too bugged about the fan like some people are, I didn't get this for the fan so it doesn't figure into my ratings. I like the magazine rack and the Ipod port because it's nice to be distracted when you work out. The heart rate monitor works fine, on my Stamina 4825 recumbent I would really have to grip to get it to work but the Schwinn you just have to hold it to get a reading. It has a heavy flywheel which I like because it makes you feel like you are riding a real bike and it makes the pedaling smoother. It has a eddy current brake system that helps you stop pedaling in a second if you need to stop quickly. They make this bike for every type of fitness level with 16 levels of resistance so you can start out with no resistance and work your way up.
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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Phoenix on April 20, 2012
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Okay, so everything you've heard that's bad about the bells and whistles is true. The fan is a worthless use of space, the display is so light you'd better wear your glasses, the bottle holder -- I hope you have a small water bottle or don't get thirsty, the speakers are awful, and why on earth is there a "magazine prop" on this? You'd have to be a giraffe to read anything that high up!

Bad things aside, that's not why I bought this bike. Because I most certainly knew that all the "extras" were just thrown in by the manufacturer to make it look like you're getting value for your dollar. I bought it because for the amount of cash I had to spend on this it didn't actually get any bad performance reviews. The resistance is great and transitions so smoothly you'd never know it's happening were it not for the additional strain you suddenly start to feel when you're peddling. The seat is as comfortable as any piece of gym equipment I've been on. The heart rate monitor takes a few cycles to get an accurate reading but it gets as close to accurate as anything else out there. For those things alone, it's worth the price.

I should add, that the manual was written without a lot of words but with diagrams that were actually easy to follow. I've put together a lot of gym equipment, and this was by far the one that had me scratching my head the least.

Two stars had to come off because the manufacturer really should remove the bells and whistles that are useless and market it honestly as a well-made no frills bike. Putting useless extras in there and not having them add actual value makes me feel like I'm being pandered to as a consumer.
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