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Schwinn 230 Recumbent Bike
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- Dual track two LCD window system allows you to monitor up to 13 different display feedbacks
- Schwinn Connect goal tracking and data export keep you up to date on reaching your fitness goals
- 22 programs, 2 user settings and goal tracking are all there to keep you motivated and challenged
- 20 levels of resistance aligned with a high speed high inertia perimeter weighted flywheel make every workout smooth and quiet
- Charging USB port and data exchange
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From the manufacturer
An iconic American brand with a long history of innovation, Schwinn continues to develop products for healthy, active lifestyles.
Schwinn 230 Recumbent Bike
The Schwinn 230 Recumbent Bike delivers a challenging workout in a relaxed position with increased lower back support. Its vented contoured seat adjusts in the fore/aft positions with sliding seat rail 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 230 also features a new oversized console that makes tracking your progress easier than ever, 22 workout programs, 9 course profiles, 20 resistance levels, a high speed high inertia perimeter weighted flywheel, in-console speakers USB charging port, media rack, and contact heart rate monitoring built into the handlebars. Assembly is simple.
-SchwinnDualTrack two LCD window system allows you to monitor up to 13 different display feedbacks
-SchwinnConnect goal tracking and data export keeps you aware of your progress as you focus on your fitness goals
-USB charging port and data exchange to SchwinnConnect and/or myfitnesspal.com
-22 programs, 2 user settings and goal tracking are there to keep you motivated and challenged
-Vented seat bottom with contoured leg area for comfort
-Large vented seat back with lumbar support for comfort and cooling
-Slider seat rail system has an easy to operate lever system
-20 levels of eddy current resistance
- A high speed, high inertia perimeter weighted flywheel keeps workouts smooth and quiet
Body & Frame
-Two integrated levelers and a center frame support for a sold workout platform
- Transport wheels allow for easy movement from room to room
- Oversized crossbar tubing for added stability
Handlebars, Speakers & Fan
-Ergonomically placed grip heart rate for comfortable use with heart rate programs
-Static handle bars for help getting on and off the bike
- Acoustic chamber speakers for big quality sound
- 3-speed fan to keep you cool.
-10 years frame
-2 years mechanical
-1 year electrical
-90 days labor
-User maximum weight: 300 lbs
Style Name: Bike
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1. The seatback and saddle are VERY HARD plastic. If you're bottom and back don't fit perfectly into the dimensions of the seat, you are in for an uncomfortable ride. After my first hour-long ride, my lower back was left bruised. I solved this problem by using two folded towels to as cusions (see photos).
2. The electronic console is not very intuitive. Maybe I'm used to riding the bikes at our gym which allow me to select a program, level and time with a few quick button pushes, but I find myself having to reset and start over because the controls are not marked very well (arrow UP for next choice, or arrow RIGHT? Whoops, wrong one. Start over.)
3. I'm 6'4" and the seat does not go back far enough. I'd guess this bike is best suited for people 6'2" and under.
4. When I get up to speed and hit a challenging level, the seat creaks loudly. There is no way to tighten any screws or bolts to quiet it down.
5. There are two plastic pieces that are supposed to "snap" into place (See photos). The cap over the post just under the seat does snap on, but if you brush it while mounting the bike, it will go flying across the room. The cap the hikes a joint just under the seatback just rests atop it. If you move the bike or brush against it, it will crash loudly to the floor. I can't believe the designers didn't put a couple screw attachments on these pieces. Trust me -- this will bug you every time you use the bike.
6. After three rides, the left pedal strap broke (see photos). I now have to put the strap on a smaller setting, so my entire foot doesn't fit on the pedal properly.
That said, I only paid $349 for the bike and aside from the creaking, the actual crankcase and mechanism are fairly quiet. I really want to give it three stars, but the compromises this bike demands could very easily have been engineered out during the design phase. They provide just the kind of excuses many of us will use to NOT get on the bike.
If you plan to use this as an occasional exercise option and only for short spurts, then you may be satisfied with the Schwinn 230. But if you ride for more than a half-hour, the seat will most likely leave your back and bottom aching.
Hope this helps.
Unfortunately the bike arrived damaged. The plastic cover for the flywheel had two screw brackets broken off. In addition the display console had circular scratches around each of the mounting screws, indicating to me a refurbished console. I contacted Amazon and they suggested returning the bike on their nickel and they would ship a new one. Unfortunately I had bike parts all over the basement after lugging this baby downstairs. Repacking and hauling it up again was more than my 72 year old body really wanted to handle. Amazon suggested contacting Schwinn for new parts under the bikes warranty. Reluctantly I did, fearing the usual gut searing pain you usually get from companies when trying to exercise warranty issues.
Boy, was I wrong! Schwinn could not have been more responsive! They immediately checked to see if the cover and console parts were in stock and they were. They would be shipped that day with delivery in 4 or 5 days. In addition they were sending out technicians to install the parts within the next two weeks after we settled on a mutually agreeable date and time! I didn't think this was necessary but the Schwinn rep insisted! The rep also suggested I put the bike together and use it until the the parts and techs arrived which I did (90 minute assembly, tops).
That, my friends, is what customer service should be. The bike is everything I thought it would be and with the help of Amazon and Schwinn (Nautilus) customer service, the experience was a breeze. Kudos to everyone.