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Exerpeutic 4000 Magnetic Recumbent Bike with MyCloudFitness App
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- The Air Soft seat is large and oversized and utilizes aerodynamic health care technology, allowing air to breathe through the fabric
- Mobile App Tracking utilizes built in Bluetooth technology to allow the user to track workout results anywhere at any time
- A 12 Workout Programmable Computer with time, distance, RPM, Watts, Heart Rate Control and 4 individual settings
- The 24 level Magnetic Tension system is adjusted by the user via the computer console
- Extended Weight Capacity up to 325lbs.Kindly refer the user manual attached below for troubleshooting steps and instructions.
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Exerpeutic 4000 Magnetic Recumbent Bike with Bluetooth and Mobile App Tracking
The Exepreutic 4000 'Mobile App Tracking' Recumbent Bike can handle up to an extended 325 lbs. user weight capacity. It also includes our revolutionary 'Air Soft' seat which is over-sized and a generous 3 inch thick, with aerodynamic air flow that will make working out seem timeless. Mobile App Tracking which is Bluetooth enabled, compatible with IOS ( iPhones, iPads, iPods) and Android system smart phones and tablets will allow you to track your workouts and at the same time watch a movie, read a book, check your email while exercising in the comforts of your own home. A programmable computer, magnetic resistance via computer function control, a contoured mesh backrest , hand pulse sensors for targeting heart rate zones , are all high end features included on the Exerpeutic 4000 at a very affordable price.
Mobile App Tracking
Mobile App Tracking is compatible with iPhones, iPads, iPods, and also Android related smart phones and tablets.
Product Dimensions and Weight
Dimensions: 58 inch L x30 inch W x 41 inch H. Weight: 71 pounds.
Note: This product contains two boxes.
- "Open Step In" design providing very easy on and off capability
- Handlebars with Hand Pulse Sensors allowing you to monitor your heart rate
- The precision balanced flywheel and V Belt drive provide a quiet and smooth pedaling motion
- A soft gel pad will hold mobile devises securely.
- The seat adjusts easily and quickly for users 5”to 6’3”
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
- Some assembly is required
Exerpeutic Therapeutic Fitness
Exerpeutic is the brand for home-use exercise equipment including treadmills, ellipticals, upright bikes, training cycles and recumbent bikes. The Exerpeutic line provides affordable, exercise machines that incorporate the newest technology to help users exercise more efficiently and get better results.
Mobile App Tracking With Bluetooth
Mobile App Tracking utilizes built in Bluetooth technology to allow users to track workout results with more enhanced graphical interfaces and functions anywhere at any time. Download the app for IOS and Android systems.
Computer With 12 Workout Programs
A 12 workout programmable computer with time, distance, RPM, Watts, Heart Rate Control, 4 individual settings, 7 different training modes and 24 level magnetic tension system.The computer console also has an adjustable latch to securely keep your mobile devices (tablets and smart phones) secure.
"Air Soft" Seat With Air Chambers
Utilizing aerodynamic health care technology, the large 3 ½ inch thick “Air Soft” seat features patented built-in multi air chambers with a breathable fabric cover, that allows air to flow through the chambers and out of the seat causing supreme comfort without any thigh pinching. It remains cool even after long hours of use.
325 pounds. Extended Weight Capacity
The Exerpeutic 4000 has extended weight capacity up to 325 pounds.
Arm Support With Elbow Rest Pads
The office chair style arm support with elbow rest pads will provide arm comfort and make workout sessions timeless.
The molded mesh and contoured designed backrest will help reduce any back stress and provide real comfort when working out.
Included transportation wheels for easy relocation of the bike from room to room.
The Exerpeutic 4000 Magnetic Recumbent Bike with MyCloudFitness App makes working out more than its own reward. Featuring built-in IOS-compatable Bluetooth mobile app tracking, this unit lets you connect and watch movies, check your mail, or listen to music. The display features 7 preset workout programs and can be programmed to retain your own customs routines. Keep track of your heart rate, calories burned, distance traveled and more. A combination fly-wheel and belt drive guarantee a smooth, quiet motion every time. The seat features a full 3 inches of padded foam with a soft fabric upholstery. Integrated wheels make moving and position the unit a snap. Health shouldn?t come at a high price. That?s the philosophy behind Exerpeutic, a division of Paradigm Health and Wellness Inc., devoted to offering high-quality products at value-oriented prices. Varied features ensure these exercise pieces aren?t static, and most can accommodate up to 300 lbs of user weight. Translation: Exerpeutic has a fitness plan for virtually every body and budget. Soft Air-Tech foam padded seat. Magnetic resistance provides varied workouts. 24 resistance levels and 7 preset workout programs. Built in hand pulse monitor. Transportation wheels for easy positioning. Dimensions: 58L x 71W x 41H inches.
Top Customer Reviews
Edit: I have now owned this bike for nearly a year and it still runs like a champ! The only continuing issue is the seat needs to be tightened about every other day or it will wobble. 3 people use this daily and it is still comfortable and working as if I purchased it yesterday. My opinion remains solid that this bike, with all its options, is still a tremendous value for this price range.
Open the attached side-by-side comparison photo and you will see many of the differences I mention: Darn it! This site is not allowing me to upload the photo, sorry. Open each model in a separate browser window and do your side-by-side view that way.
Size: The 4000 is a larger bike: 30 x 41 x 58 inches ; 71 pounds 325 lb weight capacity, compared to the 900XL 22 by 34 by 54 inches 63 lbs 300 lb weight capacity. Sitting in the 4000 feels stable, safe, and formidable, not to mention totally comfortable.
Tension (resistance) System: The 4000 has 24 levels and is adjusted by the user via tapping the computer console. The 900XL has only 8 levels and you need to reach forward and downward to manually twist a knob with a closed fist (stopping your workout).
Preset Workout Programs: The 4000 has12 Workout Programs and 4 individual settings. The 900XL has none.
Comfort: The 4000 has Vertical hand grips (important to me and not easy to find) with comfortable padded arm rests. The Vertical hand grips allow me to "pull myself up" if I choose, just an inch or two with my arms as I bike resulting in working out my upper body at the same time. The 900XL has your standard horizontal grips with no padding. You're just kind of hanging out there with your arms resting on metal, where I am nicely "contained" in the 4000.
Seating: They went for comfort with the 4000. The seat is "air soft: tech. The seat back is contoured breathable tight mesh. Combine this with the padded arm rests and vertical grips and you have a comfortable and functional arrangement. The seat and back of the 900XL are standard flat padded.
Computer: Big differences here. The 900XL computer is as basic as it gets. The screen will show only one category at a time (like heart rate, or speed, duration...etc). If you want to switch view you need to operate the buttons on the computer while biking. The 4000 is a different story. On its own it will show you multiple categories all on the one screen...but it gets even better. The 4000 is WIRELESS. Blue Tooth. The computer is Pafers compatible. I downloaded the FREE Pafers "FitConsole" software onto my Samsung Tab Pro 8.4 tablet. Take a look at the photo. My tablet sits right into the space provided on the bike's computer (covering the computer's actual face). My Samsung runs the whole show. The screen on my Samsung shows me everything with great clarity, makes the changes I want to make, and gives me workout feedback as I bike, on all the important categories. AND, the software records every workout in detail. Reports show totals (calories burned, distance, etc) for the day, the month, and global. I knew I was going to use my Samsung and Pafers before deciding on which bike to buy. I wanted it. It makes a great "game" and challenge out of the whole experience.
Finally...LOOKS: Take another look at the side-by-side photo. The 900XL looks to me like an old Soviet Union creation (drab color, strictly utilitarian in nature, minimalist). The 4000 looks like a piece of furniture. The color is pleasant, the finish is polished, the build looks formidable. It's just a good looking piece of equipment, and that is important to me too. I want to feel great about all of it, and I do.
There you have it. 4000 vs 900XL. The bike is whisper quiet and working perfectly. I'll update this review periodically.
I am very pleased with recumbent exercise bike now that it is all together and working. But it took me five or six hours to get to this point because of the totally execrable manual.
The bad stuff first: the manual is beyond awful. Paradigm Health & Wellness, Inc. should invest the relatively little it would take to hire a native English-speaking technical writer and competent technical illustrator to produce a first-rate manual. Little things count. For instance, when telling me not to screw in the pedals with a clockwise-motion, tell me the orientation of the pedal! There is essentially a front and a back. Yes, it is simple enough to figure out which end is up, but things would go faster and more smoothly with a decent illustration. Likewise, when telling me to attach color coded cables, tell me that the extension cables inside a column will be both be black because it doesn't matter. And if you change the design of the product, either include an addenda in the package or put it on your website.
Needless to say, in the grand tradition of men everywhere, I started assembling this after 5 PM on Friday when the manufacturer's the support department was closed. But I'll get my chance on Monday, because there's still handle I don't fully understand how to use, an upsetting small wobble and a few other things.
Finally, the manual is useless when it comes to using the onboard computer and display. The Bluetooth program they refer to doesn't exist because it has been replaced and the pidgin English they use to describe much of the operation is incomprehensible.
Some of the parts did not fit as well as I would have preferred, but the quality of the parts is generally high.
When I finally got the Exerpeutic 4000 assembled, I was absolutely delighted.
The seat is very, very comfortable, the handlebars and arm rests well designed and well positioned. The bike is very quiet: no annoying or loud whine when the flywheel is spinning. The Bluetooth computer program is clear and easy to use as is the onboard computer once you figure out how to use it. The seat adjustment is fairly simple and smooth. One hint: when you're assembling the seat and seat-rail assembly, spray some silicon or other lubricant on it.
There is a built-in holder for a tablet computer. If you have a 10 inch screen, you'll have to take it out of the case to use it in portrait mode. Landscape mode works very well for 10, 8 and 7 inch tablets. One other tip: before you attach the every cool and useful vertical handlebars, put the unit in the room where you intend to use it. With the vertical handlebars attached, the unit does not fit through regular doorways. Yes, I learned that the hard way.
There's a five-year warranty, which hopefully I won't have to use.
I'm old and just seeking low-impact exercise, so I'm not doing any heavy-duty cardio training or anything like that. For my purposes the Exerpeutic 4000 is everything I want.