Stamina Products Conversion II Recumbent Bike / Rower
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- The Stamina Conversion II Recumbent Bike/Rower has some extra unique features. In addition to rowing and biking, you can also set up a leg press or upper-body cable exercises. Simply change the position of the rowing handle with the seat hook.
- Warranty Three years frame and 90 days parts, 250lbs weight capacity. Some assembly required.
- Two-in-one design great for biking and rowing. Option for additional upper and lower body strength exercises with rowing handle. Eight levels of adjustable magnetic resistance. Multi-function monitor tracks metrics, Set target rate for metrics. Heart pulse sensor built into handlebars.
- Padded rowing handle. Comfortable seat and seatback. Oversized aluminum rail for smooth row glide. Textured cycling footplates with straps. Pivoting rowing footplates.
- Adjustable foot straps. Durable steel construction. Foldable frame. Built-in transport wheels.
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Get More Done with Two-for-One: Stationary cycling has proven to be a wonderful cardiovascular workout that’s great for burning fat and working the entire lower body. On the flip side, rowing is often recommended by experts for it’s advantage of building and strengthening the entire body and increasing one’s metabolism. Now, you’ll experience the benefits of both in one package. The Stamina Conversion II Recumbent Bike/Rower is the ultimate all-in-one solution for getting a great full-body workout. Best of all, both exercises are super easy on the joints. You’ll feel less pain and more satisfaction in building the body you desire. Rowing, A Robust Routine: You don’t need multiple pieces of equipment to get the job done – rowing is a robust workout for the entire body. Great for the beginner and advanced alike, rowing is an easy, convenient and efficient way of working all major muscle groups. Even better, you’ll burn calories and tone muscle. The distraction-free design also means you can focus more on getting results in your rowing workouts. A large, oversized aluminum seat rail provides a smooth, consistent glide and is great for people of all shapes and sizes. The padded seat back and molded cushion are comfortable even in longer workouts. Lastly, you’re constantly on the move when rowing. That’s why the oversized pivoting foot plates, adjustable straps and foam padded handlebar will help you feel extra stable. Biking for the Body: Cycling is great for tightening the thighs, hips and buttocks without any of the stress on your joints. The recumbent design slightly reclines the body, great for isolating the lower body and increasing cardiovascular endurance. You’ll be burning fat in no time. The seat position is adjustable, too, so it’s great for all. Your Goals, Your Way: Eight levels of adjustable resistance get the job done when you need to up the workout challenge. The conveniently-located dial makes changing it a breeze.
Color: Black w/Gray
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Packaging: packed very well and had zero broken or missing parts. A big concern prior to purchase was how the bike was packaged as many other reviewers reported broken or missing parts. I am happy to say it arrived very quickly after the shipping error was remedied, and was packed very well. It comes in a brown box, about the size of a small coffee table. The box was printed with a description and picture of the item, but as this was not a gift, I was not concerned with it being open. The box is quite heavy at roughly 100 lbs, so having a second person to assist with bringing it into the assembly area would be a great idea.
Unpacking: everything was very well packed and protected inside the box. There was a lot of Styrofoam, plastic baggies, and flexible padding to get through. The instructions were pretty clear (for me, at least), and I was able to lay out everything to get ready for assembly.
Assembly: the box does contain some tools needed for assembly, but other tools from a personal stash are recommended since the tools provided are meant to be temporary. Allen wrenches, screw drivers, regular wrenches, and a small hammer were what I needed to complete the assembly. All told, the assembly took me about an hour once I unpacked everything. The length of time was partly my fault because I made a wrong turn when putting together the seat. The instructions are a fair representation of accurate assembly, especially once I got the hang of them.
Use: So far, so good. We have had the product for a few months now and it has held up very well. I have put a few hundred miles on the bike/rower and there have been zero malfunctions. The resistance is good for what we need it for and after a few months, I'm only using level 6 and 7 out of 10. The seat extends far enough to be comfortable for a person who is 6'5" tall (me) and is able to be used by a person who is 5'2" (wife) with no issues. The machine is very quiet and we are able to use it while watching TV without it being very loud at all.
Cons: I have very large feet and this is not great for this machine for two reasons. 1. When using the bike portion, I have to make sure my feet are snugly fit into the bike pedals or they will bump into the foot holds for the rower. Anyone with size 14 or greater shoe size may have an issue with this if they're not careful. 2. When using the rower, my feet extend above the molded plastic holders and routinely slip out of the back heel stop, which cause my entire shoe to come loose. It makes me have to stop the rowing motion to re-strap my foot and is quite annoying at times, especially when in rhythm. If I strap in tight enough, I can get by, but it's not ideal. If the rower foot holds were better suited to hold large feet, I would absolutely give a 5 star rating.
Note: not sure if this is specified on the product page or not, but the unit does not need electricity or batteries to operate. It's ready to go as soon as fully and correctly assembled. However, the display will not function without AA batteries, and those are not included.
The other reviews saying it takes about an hour to assemble the machine are accurate, but the work involved is pretty easy. The Owner's Manual is written well, the illustrations are clear and easy to follow, and all the tools needed to complete the assembly are included. Impressed? I certainly was, but, I do have one minor gripe about the machine.
The seat is comfortable, the backrest is comfortable, however, the seat is kind of slippery. This is noticeable in particular when rowing. Sliding forward on the seat makes rowing inefficient and even causes interruptions when you have to adjust your position on the seat. I think a great addition to the Stamina would be a seat-belt. I tried using an old belt this morning, and it helped a lot, but it did not solve the problem of the slippery seat. Once I figure out how to reduce, if not eliminate, the slipperiness of the seat, the use of the improvised seat-belt will make rowing a much more efficient exercise.
To sum up, this is a great machine offering a nice variety of exercises; it's portable, easy to assemble, it's really quiet, the mechanism is really smooth at any resistance setting, and it doesn't take up much space at all wherever you choose to put it. Enjoy.
The machine is very quiet. The seat slides smoothly when rowing, and is easily adjusted into several fixed positions for the recumbent bike. Although the resistance at the highest level will not be what you experience at a gym, it is more than sufficient for a home workout. You will feel the burn! It folds/stands up easily and can be quickly moved out of the way when not in use.
I've just started using the machine, but am happy with what I've experienced so far. Its a great purchase for the money spent.
The only thing that I would caution is that if you are looking for exact stats on your workout, you will need to purchase a heart rate monitor. The calculation for calories burned is complex and the machine does not caputure all of the data necessary to make a correct calculation. I wore my old Impulse 12 chest band and my new Fitbit wrist monitor to compare to the machine. The Impulse and the Fitbit were close in stats. The Stamina machine was a couple hunderd calories high.
Overall, we love this machine.