MedMobile® Digital Mobility Aid Pedal Exerciser for Arms & Legs

December 16, 2018 - Comment

This pedal exerciser is an economic exercise bike so compact that it stores out of the way under a chair or bed. Use this portable pedal exerciser regularly to improve coordination as well as blood circulation. The steel frame construction ensures durability. The plastic pedals on this Pedal Exerciser feature leather straps for a secure

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This pedal exerciser is an economic exercise bike so compact that it stores out of the way under a chair or bed. Use this portable pedal exerciser regularly to improve coordination as well as blood circulation. The steel frame construction ensures durability. The plastic pedals on this Pedal Exerciser feature leather straps for a secure hold during your workout. There is an adjustable resistance knob to customize to each user’s difficulty level. NOTE: the pedal exerciser is NOT intended for gym-like workout.

Product Features

  • The portable stationary bike stimulates blood circulation and muscle strength.
  • Place it on tabletop to exercise arms or enjoy bicycle-type exercise from your chair.
  • Made of heavy duty steel with a large tension knob to adjust for variable resistance.
  • Comfortable pedal straps has 3 levels of adjustment, large legs for extra stability.
  • Built-in Computer with LCD Mensures Time, Revolutions, Strides/Min and Calories Burned.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Served is purpose Got it for my mom following a surgery that required physical therapy. It definitely served its purpose for much less than many of the products out there. The only reason I didn’t go with the five stars is that it is not completely smooth in rotation. However, given the price, the minor jerk in peddling is not unexpected nor does it decrease my satisfaction with the product as a whole. It does stay where you place it on carpet, we didn’t use it on bare floor so I can’t speak for that part at this time. I consider it money well spent, and now we have one if anyone else in the family decides they need bionic parts so require PT after surgery.

Anonymous says:

great mini bike I recently bought one that is auto-pedal. I am going through Physical Therapy and want the motion with no stress on my knee joints. I really like it with the minor reservation of it being light to where it scoots across the floor away from me when I am sitting on the sofa. I am used to walking 3-7 miles per day, but haven’t been able to do that with the knee injuries. My friend Candy walks with me, so she is unable to walk while I am on the side like. She tried mine, and loved it — same problem of it scooting though. I decided to buy her one so she wouldn’t miss out on her exercise. However, since she didn’t need the auto option, I looked at a similar model without the electric go….lol. This one looked really good.I bought it on Amazon Prime with two day ship, but it came the next day. It was very easy for me to put it together for her. The pedals screw into the bar easily and had it’s own wrench to tighten them down. The bottom strands, again, were very easy…

Anonymous says:

Very good product for the price Very good product for the price. I use it almost everyday for 10 to 20 minutes per session. I started last week and I’ve already lost about an inch off my waist. I’m going to purchase another one so I can have one at my computer desk as well as in front of the TV.

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