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Stamina 5325 Magnetic Upright Exercise Bike
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- Upright stationary bike for effective low-impact aerobic exercises in your home
- Smooth magnetic resistance with eight-step adjustable tension control to set workout intensity
- Six preset fitness programs with pace guide; pulse sensors built into handlebars
- Oversized, sculpted seat is padded and adjustable to fit any size
- Some assembly required; 1-year warranty on frame, 90 days on parts
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|Special Features||Smooth, quiet, magnetic resistance||Heart rate monitor||Easy to read large lcd window||Contact heart rate sensors|
|Warranty Description||Frame: 1 Year||Information not provided||Frame: 2 Years||Frame: Lifetime Limited|
|Item Weight||68 pounds||42.8 pounds||54.7 pounds||126 pounds|
|Dimensions||56 inches x 34 inches x 26 inches||46 inches x 31 inches x 19 inches||47.5 inches x 27.5 inches x 16.5 inches||46 inches x 42 inches x 23 inches|
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Being 6ft tall and weighing about 275 pounds, my first objective in purchasing an exercise bike was to find one with a suitable weight limit since most seem to top out at the 250 pound range. So I decided to give the Stamina 5325 a try since it has a 300 pound weight limit and the price was pretty good.
When I got it, I had the bike put together in about 30 minutes. As some have said in other reviews, the hardest part is attaching the tension cable. But all I did was push down with my thumb on the clip part and the cable slid right in to place.
So I hop on the bike figuring that I would take a 10 mile ride since I do that almost everyday on my mountain bike. I put the resistance on 4 and away I went.
I quickly found out that I would not be doing 10 miles due to the fact that I cannot coast on this bike, haha, so I rode 5 miles non stop. I can say that 5 miles on the exercise bike feels like 10 to 15 miles on my mountain bike which I consider a good thing. So everyday I ride at least 5 miles on my exercise bike, sometimes twice a day. Even on days that I ride my mountain bike.
I have had it just over 1 week and I have to say that I really like it. It is a very sturdy bike, I really figured it would shake all over the place but it doesn't. The handlebars are at a perfect distance for comfort, I have no problems with them at all. The bike it very quiet. Once I started getting a slight noise but it was just the plastic center cover. I tapped the cover with my foot and the noise went away and has not come back yet.Read more ›
They will all die in 1-2 years if you use them every day.
I use mine 20 miles a day - it doesn't matter if it's a $150 model or a $700 model, they die in under two years. Pulse monitor? Rusts out or breaks in ~4 months. Straps on the pedals? Break in 3-9 months. Plastic drive belt? Minor damage in 6-9 months, fatal damage in 12-24 months that requires replacement, since you can't fix them. These things even come with a warning that if you actually try to use them seriously you could suffer 'severe injury or fatality.' They're cheap consumer crap and they expect you to stop using it and turn it into a clothes rack.
So you might as well get a cheap one with good features and expect to replace it. This one works well enough and is quite quiet, but is lacking several features you'd expect for a $200 model (and I should have checked for first):
* Worst of all, no pedal straps. If your foot ever slips, the pedal goes upside down and you need to come to a halt and resync. After one night of this I just took the pedals I saved off my old ones and used them instead.
* You can't see your speed and distance at the same time.
* The timeout before the computer resets everything if you don't pedal is quite short compared to other models. Need to rush to the kitchen or computer or phone?Read more ›
I am 5'1 and it goes short enough for me.
The seat is wide. Since I was not used to exercising the seat still felt uncomfortable but as time goes on it is feeling better. I have a wide back end too.
The bike is compact and doesn't take up alot of space. I have mine in the living room next to the couch.
It offers pre-programed workouts.
Heartrate monitor built in.
It is quiet. I can watch tv and ride.
Price for a stationary bike it is considered inexpensive.
Easy to put together. I assembled it myself without any help from my husband. My son did have to help hold the bike so I could put the cables together.
Honestly, I can't think of any.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After only a week of owning a brand new stamina 5325 the computer quit working and would not program...it worked fine the first week. Read morePublished 2 months ago by K
Nice bike at a great price. it has worked well for me and nice and quiet which helps since I like to ride late in the evening watching news. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dave M.
I owned an earlier model of this which lasted me 9 years of good use. This piece of junk is dead one year after purchase. The tension has snapped completely. Very disappointed.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Bike is OK. Can not easily reach the handles especialy the heart rate sensors. Legs adjusted well. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sandra