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Schwinn A10 Upright Exercise Bike (2011)

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  • Upright exercise bike with eddy current resistance system
  • Features 8 resistance levels and 7 workout programs
  • LCD console tracks your speed, time, distance, calories, and more
  • Grip heart rate monitor; adjustable T-knob handlebars
  • 275-pound capacity; measures 28 by 17 by 48 inches (L x W x H)
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Schwinn A10 Upright Exercise Bike (2011) + Schwinn A10, A20 and A40 Power Supply / AC Adapter
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Product Description

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Get fit on your own schedule and in your own home with the A10 upright exercise bike from Schwinn Fitness. Boasting a computer-controlled, eddy current resistance system, the A10 runs smoothly and quietly, with eight resistance levels to keep you on your toes. The battery-powered bike also supports several different workout programs, so you can customize your workout and keep things fresh. And thanks to the informative LCD console, you can easily monitor your workout progress with readouts for speed, RPM, time, distance, watts, calories, and pulse.

Other details include a grip heart rate monitor, adjustable T-knob handlebars suitable to different riding positions, integrated leveling feet for better stability, a padded saddle, and regular platform pedals. The A10, which also includes transport wheels for enhanced mobility, supports up to 275 pounds.

Features and Specifications:



The A10 tracks speed, RPM, time, distance, watts, calories, and pulse
  • Ergonomic pedal design for efficient and comfortable pedaling
  • Unique console design with integrated fan and control buttons
  • Adjustable seat and handlebars for the perfect fit
  • Perimeter weighted flywheel for a true road feel, and smooth, consistent workouts
  • Fast and reliable electromagnetic resistance system
  • Oversized stabilizers and levelers for a solid workout platform
  • Integrated grip heart rate system for easy fitness monitoring
  • Resistance Levels: 8
  • Resistance System: Quiet magnetic ECB (Eddy Current Brake) resistance
  • Number of Programs: 7
  • Workout Programs: 1 Manual, 6 Profile
  • Heart Rate Monitor: Contact heart rate sensors built into console
  • Display Type: Multi-function LCD
  • Display Readout: Time, RPM, Distance, Pulse, Speed, Calories, Resistance Level, Course Profile
  • Reading rack
  • Water bottle holder
  • Fan
  • Rear stabilizers/frame levelers
  • Transport wheels
  • Adjustable handlebars
  • Switchable From miles To kilometers
  • Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 28" x 17" x 48"
  • Product Weight: 56 pounds
  • Maximum User Weight: 275 pounds
  • Power Requirements: Battery operated, optional AC adapter accessory

Manufacturer's Warranty
Frame -- 2 years, parts and electronics -- 6 months, wear parts -- 30 days



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MSRP
$249.00
$399.00
$499.99
$499.00
$599.00
Number of Programs
7
10
17
20 15
Workout Programs 1 Manual, 6 Profile
6 Profile, Fitness Test, Custom, Results, Quick Start 11 Profile, 2 Custom, 2 Heart Rate, Manual, Quick Start
8 Profile, 6 Heart Rate, 2 Custom, 2 Feedback, Quick Start, Distance Goal 1 Quick Start, 8 Profiles, 1 Distance Goal, 1 Custom, 4 Heart Rate Controlled
Seat
Standard Standard
Contoured & extra padding Contoured & extra padding Contoured & extra padding
Heart Rate
Contact
Contact Contact Contact and Telemetric enabled
Contact and Telemetric chest strap
Display Type
LCD
LCD
Extra Large Blue Backlit LCD
Extra Large Black Backlit LCD with Multi-color Brickyard
Extra Large Blue Backlit LCD
Resistance Levels
8
16
16
16 16
Eddy Current Brake
Yes
Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power
Battery
(not 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
Speakers, Fan, Transport Wheels, Water Bottle Holder, Reading Rack
Transport Wheels, Reading Rack, Water Bottle Holder
Dimensions
(L x W x H)

28" X 17" X 48" 32" X 20" X 53" 42" X 21" X 52"
42" X 21" X 52" 42" X 21" X 52"
Product Weight
55 lbs 80 lbs 88 lbs 88 lbs 88 lbs
Warranty
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: 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
Maxium User Weight
275 lbs
300 lbs
300 lbs 300 lbs 300 lbs


Product Description

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Product Details

Owner's Manual [PDF]| Assembly Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 42 x 20 x 55 inches ; 56 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 62.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B003UNZHNY
  • Item model number: 100193
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (131 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,061 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I've been a lot of very uncomfortable seats.
R. McGinnis
There are enough programs / resistance levels to make training interesting and is a great alternative to the gym cycles.
Slow Runner
The cons are: the fan is usless, a total joke, and the display does not really light up at all.
RibsBrisket4me

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

168 of 173 people found the following review helpful By andy on November 18, 2010
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The Schwinn A10 is a relatively new product, and is the new iteration of the much more reviewed Schwinn Active 10. It has improvements over the former, but also commands a higher price as of now. Whether or not Schwinn will eventually phase out the Active 10 for the A10 is unknown to me.

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PACKAGING:

The bike was in a large box which had a shipping weight of 65 pounds. All of the components are placed into two foam molds, which were very secure. The condition it will arrive in will most likely vary depending on the carrier and how they treat it.

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ASSEMBLY:

Each component is wrapped in a plastic bag, and the console comes in its own box inside the package. Assembly instructions are provided, along with two User's Manuals, in both English and Spanish. All necessary tools and fasteners are supplied***. If one did not have trouble taking the components out of the package, it should be easy to assemble alone, otherwise additional help may be required. The heaviest individual part would be the mechanical component housing which needs to be angled slightly upwards in order for the stabilizing bars to be attached on the bottom. Remember to connect the console to the base before attaching the support.
***During assembly, it became clear that the supplied hex key did not fit several of the bolts. A standard 5/16 hex key works fine.
***One of the four capped nuts for the stabilizers was unthreaded. A trip to the hardware store was required to obtain a metric M8x1.25 nut.

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USAGE REVIEW:

The bike is powered by 4 D-cell batteries (unsupplied) which had cost around $6 locally.
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140 of 151 people found the following review helpful By Allegiance on February 26, 2011
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When I ordered this I didn't see the one star reviews. Bought this about two weeks ago. Just got home and put it together. Just like everyone else said the cable is reversed. Can't use bike. Called Nautilus Inc and they are closed. I see this is going to be a pain in the butt. Don't buy unless you want frustration! Purchase your bike from a local store! Lesson learned!
Update - Did get hold of customer service after an hour and half wait on phone! Said they would send two cables but would take about a month. Waiting on cables. After reading other reviews I see a new console in the future which will probably take another two months! Still recommend you to stay away from product!

Update 4/1/11 - Ended up having to get a new console as well. I have not received the cables or the console. I have not been able to use the bike since it arrived. I also have two other friends that have bought this bike. Each one has had the same problem. It doesn't even deserve a star!

Update - May 11th, Received new cable. Does not help as the Console still reads E2 - error. Called Nautilus again. Stated new console was being shipped out at the end of May! Buyers be aware. I wonder how many times we are going to have to take this bike apart! They should pay us for buying it!

Update - May 31st. Received new console. Still reads E2 - error. Bought new batteries, tried everything we could think of. Looks like another call to Schwinn!

Update - June 14th -Sending another part. I guess they hope I will give up. Why don't they just let me return it? It hasn't worked yet!

Update October 2011 - Never was able to use the bike as none of the replacement parts worked.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Un-Happy in Brooklyn on March 19, 2011
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I rarely if ever write a review, but this bike has been a giant doorstop since it was delivered.

The electronic console which ships with this bike is cheap. (Don't take my word for it, just do a search "Schwinn A-10 E-2 error")

In order to fix this problem you need to contact Schwinn customer service and they will send you out a new one. Not a big deal right? However the average wait for Schwinn customer services is 45 mins to an hour (Also well documented on-line) and to no surprise the part is back ordered 3 weeks.

So I wait on the phone for 55mins to speak to a customer service rep (who was very helpful) and wait 3 weeks for the parts to arrive. And ??? The replacement console doesn't work either.

Now I frustrated and figured I'd return it, but it only has a 45 day return window. I order in the beginning of Dec as a Christmas gift didn't put it together till the 1st week January when I discovered the problem.

Aside from the console not working it looks nice.

Stay clear of this product
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Charlie Girl on April 5, 2011
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I was so excited to get this bike. The reviews were decent, the size was compact, and it arrived very fast (thanks Amazon!). After 2 hours of putting the bike together we discovered the console did not work. It starts up, goes to the menu then gives and E2 error. First troubleshooting tip: take it all apart and check the wiring. Ugh. Why not tell us to check the console BEFORE assembling the handle bar/stand? So the wires are fine, we reassemble, but the console still starts up, goes to main menu and gives an E2 error.

When I called customer service to get replacement parts they wouldn't put the order through until I tried the console with batteries. Just using my AC adapter was not enough. They will also give you crap for not using their special AC adapter sold on their website. So I had to wait until the next day after I bought batteries and looked at the cords again,etc. This second call went very smooth, but the console and replacement cords I need are out of stock! The console will not ship for 3 weeks and the cords will not ship for 4. My option to return this thing will be gone by that point. Here's hoping this works out. I will update my review once those items arrive.

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Update! It has now been about a month and I still haven't received a replacement console, only the wires which didn't solve antying. I contacted Amazon's customer service to ask if an exchange was possible even though my return window had closed. They have already placed a new order for a replacement bike and asked that I send the bike back within 30 days, the shipping is on them. I should have contacted Amazon from the start, they are so much more helpful than Schwinn/Nautilis. If you receive a faulty bike don't deal with Nautalis, tell Amazon and they'll make it right. If this new bike does not work either I'll give an update haha
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