DeskCycle Desk Exercise Bike Pedal Exerciser, ...

September 15, 2019 - Comment

If you want to burn calories, improve your health, mood and productivity while typing at your desk, then the DeskCycle is the bike for you. The DeskCycle was specifically designed to be used in the work environment. It has the same patented magnetic resistance mechanism as in the MagneTrainer. This insures smooth and quiet operation.

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(as of December 8, 2019 11:20 am GMT+0000 - Details)

If you want to burn calories, improve your health, mood and productivity while typing at your desk, then the DeskCycle is the bike for you. The DeskCycle was specifically designed to be used in the work environment. It has the same patented magnetic resistance mechanism as in the MagneTrainer. This insures smooth and quiet operation. Smooth pedal motion is healthy for your joints and won’t distract you from your work. Quiet operation insures that you won’t disturb your coworkers. Other bikes use friction resistance which is not smooth and can be noisy. The DeskCycle has a lower profile than the MagneTrainer. The pedals are 5 inches lower than the MagneTrainer so that it will fit under desks better. It could be used at a 27 inch desk by a person as tall as 5’7″. At this height you will need to push the cycle further under your desk and extend your legs. You may also need to lower your chair. If you are taller, you will need a taller desk. The highest resistance level is twice as high as the highest resistance setting of the Magneciser, and MagneCycle. At the lowest level it takes no effort to pedal it. The pedal motion is bidirectional, which means you can pedal it forward as well as in reverse. This lets you work opposite muscle groups. It comes with the Large pedals with adjustable Velcro straps. It has 8 calibrated resistance levels. We also provide an online calorie calculator on the desk-cycle website.

Product Features

  • Lowest pedal height available; Only 10 Inches; Can work with desks as low as 27 Inches; See description for details,Pedal arm Length:3 1/2 inches
  • More than twice the resistance range of the other pedal exercisers; 8 calibrated resistance settings; from very easy to more than you need
  • Magnetic resistance provides smooth, quiet pedal motion; let’s you focus on your work and your co-workers focus on theirs
  • Same patented magnetic resistance mechanism and high quality components as the MagneTrainer
  • 5 function display shows speed, time, distance calories and scan; Online calorie calculator on website for very accurate calories burned

Comments

Anonymous says:

A Type 2 Diabetics new best friend! I’ve had horrible A1C for the past … Lifesaver! A Type 2 Diabetics new best friend!I’ve had horrible A1C for the past several years at around 10. Then last year I went low carb, hi fat diet and lost 83 pounds so far and dropped my insulin injects from 200 units per day down to 24. Recently with this DeskCycle, I could get off insulin altogether. Just one 20 minute session of interval cardio (on tension setting 2 only) drops my blood sugar by 30 mg/dl! I often start around 105 mg/dL and end up at 79 mg/dL! I only…

Anonymous says:

1 week of use: I bought this and the Sunny Mini Exercise Bike, one for home and one for work I was not sponsored for this review, I bought these for my own good because I now have no excuses for not moving.I purchased this and the . When I did a search for “desk cycle” the DeskCycle and this were the first two that came up. I did some extensive research to see if this was worth getting instead of a walking treadmill desk. The price difference…

Anonymous says:

Brilliant. I hesitate to do Amazon reviews anymore due to problems with the company ethics, however this device is brilliant and it could make real differences in the quality of folks lives, so I’m taking the time.Not everyone will take to it like I have, but it has made a huge difference for me! I have a very nice treadmill down in the basement, but the impacts on the knee joints were a problem. I was looking at getting a recumbent stationary bike when I happened across this gem…

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