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FitDesk 2.0 Desk Exercise Bike with Massage Bar
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- Durable: Built to Last with high quality gear box components for years of reliable operation
- Quiet: Twin belt, high velocity flywheel
- Unique: Desk features non-slip surface, easy access drawer and massage rollers positioned to make typing while exercising comfortable
- Digital resistance meter tracks mileage, calories, time, etc...
- Adjustable: Seat Back and Extender included allowing for upright and semi-recumbent use
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FitDesk 2.0 Desk Exercise Bike with Massage Bar
Unique Design Brings Productivity & Health Together
The FitDesk 2.0 lightweight folding exercise bike with sliding desk platform is perfect for improving your cardiovascular health while working on that next big deadline, surfing the web or keeping up with friends.
Fitness Has Never Been So Easy
Using a laptop, reading a magazine or playing a video game while engaging your legs in resistance pedaling has significant health benefits over inactive sitting for long periods. Adjust your resistance level throughout the day for a varied workout or use the included convenient upper-body resistance bands for an added cardio boost.
FitDesk offers Comfort and Functionality Together
FitDesk offers comfort for all day riding with a beach cruiser style seat, adjustable back rest, and forearm massage rollers provide relief from daily typing strain. Comfort adds to the functionality by allowing you to spend more time exercising while working. There is no need to limit your exercise to before or after work when you can do both comfortably. You can expect a reliable, quiet and comfortable experience with your new FitDesk exercise bike.
- Folding steel frame for easy storage
- Adjustable non-slip desk surface
- Performance meter
- Massage rollers
- Comfortable 'beach cruiser' seat
- Adjustable back rest
- Resistance bands for upper body workout
- Storage drawer
- User height: 4'10" - 6'6"
- 16"x19" desk surface
Work and Exercise Together
Compact Steel Frame Design
Durable powder coated steel frame is compact yet balanced and rigid for stability. Beach cruiser style seat and adjustable backrest ensures comfort all day long. Quick lock compact folding frame with built in wheels is great for easy transport and space saving storage when not in use. 16 x 28 inch folded footprint.
Adjustable Seat & Backrest for Extended Comfort
Backrest and Extender allow for upright or semi-recumbent use. Easy adjust beach cruiser style seat along with 4″ seat extender allow for quick and correct fit for users from 4’10” to over 6’.
Recommended weight limit: 250lbs.
Durable Design Built to Last
All aluminum and steel gear box components instead of plastic for years of reliable operation. The whisper quiet, twin belt, high velocity flywheel delivers a 'big bike' feel in a lightweight product. 'Balanced' flywheel and 'Precision Sealed' Bearings ensure smooth operation that won’t distract from work or cause vibrations on desk surface.
Features for Everyday Use
8 Position Magnetic Resistance
Magnetic resistance provides smooth and even pedal motion throughout 8 calibrated resistance settings. Easily adjust resistance with frame mounted control knob for a harder or easier workout.
Massage Rollers for Comfort
Adjustable armrest with padded and contoured massage rollers for your forearms provides support and comfort for any body height while working on your laptop and helps relieve typing strain.
Sliding Desk with Storage Drawer
Desk features a 16 x 19 inch non-slip adjustable desk surface that fits laptops, magazines, and more. Easy access storage drawer for convenient storage of small items such as pens, earbuds, music players, and phones.
Easy-to-Read Digital resistance meter tracks mileage, calories, and time.
Upper Body Workout
Ensure a well rounded cardio workout with convenient resistance bands for upper body exercise when not typing.
Practical for Everyday Use & Easy Storage
Fits naturally into your daily routine, bringing productivity and a healthy lifestyle together. The FitDesk is the exercise bike you will actually use.
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|More FitDesk Products:||Work while exercising with the FitDesk 2.0 Bike Desk combination||Work while exercising with the upgraded FitDesk 3.0 Bike Desk combination||Pedal at your desk with the FitDesk Under Desk Elliptical||Work at a height adjustable desk for easy standing or sitting||Make any desk a standing desk with the Table Top Standing Desk||Get work done on your bike trainer with the Universal Mounted Bike Desk|
FitDesk FDX 2.0 Desk Exercise Bike with Massage Bar Bring productivity & health together with the FitDesk.View larger Unique Patent Pending Design Brings Productivity & Health Together The FitDesk 2.0 lightweight folding exercise bike with sliding desk platform is perfect for improving your cardiovascular health while working on that next big deadline, surfing the web or keeping up with friends. Using a laptop, reading a magazine or playing a video game while engaging your legs in resistance pedaling has significant health benefits over inactive sitting for long periods. Adjust your resistance level throughout the day for a varied workout or use the included convenient upper-body resistance bands for an added cardio boost. FitDesk offers Comfort and Functionality Together FitDesk offers comfort for all day riding with a beach cruiser style seat, adjustable back rest, and forearm massage rollers provide relief from daily typing strain. Comfort adds to the functionality by allowing you to spend more time exercising while working. There is no need to limit your exercise to before or after work when you can do both comfortably. You can expect a reliable, quiet and comfortable experience with your new FitDesk exercise bike.
Top Customer Reviews
That idea stuck with me, and since then, I've been in the market for a similar solution, what being a writer/gamer myself. Unfortunately, most treadmill desks are well over $1,000 and not suited to running as well as walking.
Then I ran across the FitDesk, a semi-recumbent exercise bike that has a tabletop attached. Depending on where you buy it online, it's between $200 and $300, which is much better than the $1,000 that treadmill desks tend to go for.
So I snagged one, and since early November (right at two months as of this writing), I've been using the FitDesk 2.0 almost every day. I play World of Warcraft and Final Fantasy XIV on it, I watch Netflix and Hulu on it, and I write novels and blog on it (in fact, I'm pedaling away right this very second).
If there's a single piece of exercise equipment I wish I could put in every home in America, it'd be something like the FitDesk.
The best thing about the FitDesk is that it's super comfortable. The saddle is wide and soft, and so is the the backrest. They're both fully adjustable in terms of height, and it's super easy to do. My wife is 5'0", and I'm 6'0", and it takes all of 30-seconds to set and reset it between us.
I don't get saddlesore after riding this like I do my road bike on a trainer, and any discomfort in that area was gone in just a couple of days. I've spent periods of up to 5 hours on this thing with only bathroom breaks between it, and I was fine to go around and sit on hard surfaces after that. I cannot say the same thing with my Fixie on a trainer. I never got fully used to it.
There are 10 resistance settings (with 1 being so frictionless it's uncomfortable and 10 really requiring a lot of effort to move). I keep it on 5, and I never think about it. I just pedal away while I work or game, and I tend to have a good sweat worked up by the time my sessions are over.
The tabletop (which is textured so your laptop or keyboard/mouse doesn't slide) has a small desk drawer in it, and I keep my Star Wars: The Old Republic security key, some scratch paper, and some pens inside it. It's not much bigger than that, but honestly, what all other kind of stuff do you need while getting stuff done on an exercise bike?
There are arm/wrist rests, and they're soft and comfy. I don't think about them much at all, which is about what you want from a feature like that.
It also folds up when you're not using it, so you can tuck it in a corner. It weighs about 50 pounds, which is light for a piece of exercise equipment, but you may not be toting it around the house every day. I just leave mine set up in front of my desktop
As awesome as the FitDesk is, there's one major problem with it, or at least with mine--the speedometer/odometer is garbage. Mine came with one that was perpetually stuck in kilometers instead of miles, and after an hour of use, I realized it was horribly calibrated (and I could find no way online to calibrate it). I know based on how much I've used other cycles and how hard I was going that I was not cycling at a constant 17mph rate. I wish I had been, but alas...
To combat this odometer issue, I simply tie my Jawbone UP to my shoelaces and pedal away. As luck would have it, it syncs up pretty well with my steps (in my testing 1 rotation was 1 step), and I've been able to keep up with my distance and do a decent bit of calorie/effort tracking that way. I know that's not for everyone, but if you've got a fitness tracker like a Fitbit or a Jawbone, it's an option.
(Though be aware, I have noticed my Jawbone not tracking movement if I'm not pedaling consistently. I have to keep myself moving at a regular pace with steady effort or it won't track. I'm sure I've lost a bit of distance that way, but it happens. I know it's not as exact as an odometer would be).
The only other real issue is that while it came with a resistance band for minor arm workouts while you're riding, my band broke the very first day I had it. Since I wasn't going to use it anyway (and resistance bands are super cheap), I don't even consider that a con. I'm not going to be lifting weights, riding a bike, and writing a novel at the exact same time. But if that's your thing, know the band wasn't the highest quality.
The only real piece of ugliness with the FitDesk is that the tray is very narrow. It's absolutely perfect for my 13-inch laptop (and probably would be for any size laptop up to 15 or 17-inches), but for a keyboard/mouse, it's very small.
I ended up buying a $15 mini keyboard without a numpad to replace my Logitech G15, though nothing will make me do away with my Naga Razer Epic mouse. I figure that's a decent price to pay for being able to exercise and play an MMO at the same time, you know?
And I had read some reviews online that said it was a nightmare to put together. Mine wasn't. I have a refurbished unit, so I don't know if that changes my experience, but mine was pretty easy to put together. I'm kind of illiterate when it comes to making things and following assembly instructions, and I was able to get the FitDesk together in about 2 to 2.5 hours with minimal wailing, crying, and gnashing of teeth.
Go buy a FitDesk. Right now. If you have the money and the space, I can't recommend this enough. It's small, light, and has stood up to 2 months of pretty solid torture without a mark on it (and remember, mine is refurbished, too!).
After I finished my half-marathon in October, my foot started hurting, and I think it's a stress fracture. I've taken it light with running, and since my asthma doesn't like the super-cold winter weather, anyway, the FitDesk has been my best friend.
In the past two months, my FitDesk has allowed me to grade a round of final research papers, finish a round of edits on my next novel, level to 100 in Warlords of Draenor, listen to two audiobooks, watch a few seasons of TV shows I wanted to catch up on, play an absolute ton of Hearthstone and other games, and still burn enough calories and stay active enough to not gain a single pound over Thanksgiving and Christmas (even without being able to run because of my hurt foot).
I don't think I can give a higher recommendation than that.
After owning this product for almost a year I had enjoyed it very much and was thinking of buying 1 as a gift for a friend. So when I was reading the reviews I was surprised to see my review was the number 1 rated on the page. This was exciting so I thought well let me give an update to the product after using it for 1 year.
Here are my detailed experiences. I hope you enjoy.
#1 reason to buy - gets a lot of use. I was quite surprised how much I use this FitDesk. I would estimate I use this bike for 2-3 hours a day and about 4 days a week. This is more than I have used any exercise bike before, so I really recommend this for that reason...and others.
Comfort - the saddle and bike design work well for me. I had read reviews on other bikes about comfort issues and was a little concerned this would be like that.
Happy to say that after a little time in the saddle I got use to it and have no more issues getting on and riding for long periods. I remember the first few weeks I used a pair of padded bike shorts to help with adjusting to so much exercise time.
Desk use - I like the non slip surface and overall quality of this part. I learned that I could bring the computer closer to me so I could lean back by placing the computer on both the desk and armrest at the same time. We have the optional wide desk kit they sell. It has helped me have room for a mouse and my morning coffee. This seems to be sold separate but is nice.
Reliable- my family and I have used this for almost a year at an average of 60 hours a month. The odometer has turned over once and at 5737miles now. So with over 15,000 miles of use and really no maintenance I would be confident to say it had performed quite well.
Still very quiet and looks like new.
So I am sitting here pedaling on my new FitDesk 2 and thinking I really need to write a review.
This is not my favorite thing to do but I feel I need to tell people about this product.
So what I have found is that it really works great for both my fitness
and my ability to get the extra things done, like sending a letter or email.
This was a pleasant surprise and I look forward to using it more everyday as part of my daily routine.
After having the FitDesk for a while I wonder how I lived without it.
Here is my list that I think will help others know what to expect.
Comfortable Saddle and back rest with easy "pull" height adjustment knob
Desk Surface is extra gripping and slides back and forth to adjust to my height of 6'2" and my wife at 5'6"
Drawer under desk is nice touch
Ultra quiet and smooth pedaling also resistance level can be set very high
Arm exercise bands are great and easy to use
Massager is nice feature and I do use it
Feels stable when riding and no shaking screen
Folds up easy and rolls on wheels to make putting away fast
BEST OF ALL "I use it daily" unlike other exercise equipment I have tried
Meter is simple, but keeps information so is easy to use
Would like other color option
Need 2 so I don't have to ask my wife if I can use it now
Great product, highly recommend because I am amazed at how much I use the product.