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Sunny Health & Fitness Mini Cycle

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  • Portable stationary bike is a compact, surprisingly versatile home fitness device
  • Achieve a challenging cardiovascular workout in a minimum of space
  • Can be used on the floor to strengthen legs
  • Also can be operated via hand on a tabletop to improve upper body strength and tone-up arms
  • Adjust intensity with twist of a dial; built-in LCD screen displays distance, time, calories burned, and total reps
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A compact, surprisingly versatile home fitness device, the Sunny Health & Fitness Mini Cycle is a portable stationary bike. It can be used on the floor to strengthen legs, operated with your hands on a tabletop to improve upper body strength and tone-up arms, all while achieving a challenging cardiovascular workout, as well. Adjust the intensity with the simple twist of a dial, and keep an eye on the built-in LCD screen as the onboard computer displays distance, time, calories burned, and total reps.

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030 Features: -Versatile, space-efficient accessory for any home gym.-Portable mini cycle features adjustable resistance for customized workout.-Built-in LCD shows scan, time, calories, count, and total count.-Place portable stationary bike on floor and cycle to strengthen legs.-Place it on a tabletop and operate with your hands for firming up hard-to-tone muscles under arms.-Turn the dial to adjust the resistance from a light workout to a rigorous one. Dimensions: -13'' H x 14.5'' W x 15.75'' D, 13 lbs.

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  • Product Dimensions: 15.8 x 14.5 x 13 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • ASIN: B0016BQFV0
  • Item model number: 030
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (247 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,678 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Easy to assemble small enough to store easily.
Marianne Messina
Finally I can get some exercise on days I have too much work to even leave my desk.
Fayth Green
The tension control does not provide a work properly.
Max

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169 of 170 people found the following review helpful By Biogrrl on April 3, 2007
This little exerciser fits right under my desk, and when it's on its mat, it does not move around on the floor (wood) at all. The noise level is pretty quiet--just a low-level ssssss, but I work at home, so I'm not sure how it would play in a cubicle setting. It was easy to assemble.

I, too, found that the tension setting doesn't make much of a difference, although it got a little tighter with more turns that I would have thought necessary. But sitting here pedaling away for a half hour felt like it lasted about a minute as I surfed and worked and allegedly--according to the calorie counter--burned about 250 calories. I did break a sweat in my air-conditioned livingroom. I expect to find myself pedaling off and on all day without even thinking about it, and I don't have to leave my work and carve out a half hour or an hour to get in a bit of daily exercise. That leaves me all the more time for my kids and family time when everyone gets home from school and work.

The pedals can be a tad slippery, but I pedal barefooted and maintain traction that way. Your desk, of course, needs to have clearance for your knees, although it is possible to turn a little sideways and pedal just off to the side of your desk while still being online or doing other work. Also, you can pedal with your hands to get a bit of an aerobic and upper-body workout in. That precludes surfing or typing, so get something good to read in front of you!

Overall, exactly what I wanted and what I hoped it would be, tension notwithstanding.
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86 of 88 people found the following review helpful By suttleman on March 22, 2011
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I don't usually write reviews, in fact, this is my first in 20 years on the net, but several things need to be addressed here. Contrary to complaints the plastic housing is absoutly sufficient, the cracking of some of the housings is due to the manufacturer's packing and not Amazon"s (I got one too it got replaced) no biggie. And as far as that person complaining about having to put in four bolts to attach the feet goes...I'd hate to see them with a device a little more complex.....they'd look like a monkey with a math problem. I too found the maximum resistance that you can get from the knob too light. When I found mine to be that way I removed the cover and there is an adjustment inside that will allow you to make the pedals so tight you can use them for a step stool. All-in-all, for the money, the device is more than you usually get and is built much better than a lot of people are assuming. Bottom line is if you want a Mercedes don't buy a Ford...but remember you pay lots more for the Mercedes.....let's get real.
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108 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Linda Martin on July 25, 2006
Nice compact unit that fits well under my desk so I can justify the long hours I waste online. It's replaced my footstool and I find myself pedaling subconsciously - probably a good thing. My only wish is that it had more tension, as it seems to go quite freely no matter where I set the tension wheel.
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104 of 110 people found the following review helpful By Andrew C. Walker on March 11, 2010
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I've seen a lot of people mention problems with the tension on this and there is an easy fix for that. When you first get the unit the band that controls the tensions tends to stretch out a bit, after the initial stretch if you make this adjustment you shouldn't have to do it again for a very long time. There are 2 screws on the sides below each pedal, remove these and the plastic piece slides out from below the pedal. There is one screw in the center of the tension control nob, remove that then pull the nob off (it may be a little tight as mine was). Remove the calorie meter and there should be a button release to detatch the cable. Now the whole cowling of the unit should slide right off. Turn the tension knob as far out as it will go (counterclockwise). You will find a strap and latch, very similar to ones you might find on a backpack. Release the latch, and pull the strap till it is tight, then close the latch. Now reverse the process to re-assemble and you should be good to go.

One problem I did have with the unit is a bearing in one of the pedals after just a few days of use. The pedals are kinda cheap so I was planning on replacing them anyway with some bike pedals with rat traps. They are standard bike pedals so finding replacements shouldn't be to big of a problem.
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58 of 60 people found the following review helpful By S. Sarabia on September 30, 2008
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The Sunny Health & Fitness Mini Cycle is even better quality then what I expected for the price! It is VERY sturdy and does not slide on the floor or table. For ëmpty nesters" who are trying to downsize but still want some sort of exercise equipment for those rainy or inclement days--this is great. It stores in a closet very easily. I am handicapped and I am able to sit in a comfortable position, infront of the TV and exercise my leg muscles, yet pick this up and put it on a table for upper body strengthening. TERRIFIC BUY!
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62 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Gina D on May 24, 2007
Like this little bike a lot. It's sturdy and lightweight. Able to fit under a desk. Does not move around when riding on it. The tension knob does not really increase the tension to much but, its enough to impact your workout.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By L. Black on October 24, 2008
I am a Physical Therapist and got this for a former patient to use at home. She loves it and is keeping in shape.
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53 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Charlotte Mitchell on June 26, 2009
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I was disappointed with product. I bought it to do arm exercises that help with my neck problem. The product info showed it worked for both legs and arms, but when I tried to use for arms it kept wanting to lift from the table and shift. Tried on a couple of different tables and heights. Unfortunately, I ended up returniong it for a refund. So remember to keep the box all the stuff inside if your going to give this product a try.
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