CanDo 01-8030 Magneciser Pedal Exerciser

December 16, 2018 - Comment

The CanDo Magneciser Pedal Exerciser offers ultra-quiet magnetic, bi-directional resistance in a small, lightweight device. Premium, heavy duty design makes this ideal for high-traffic clinics, while its lightweight portability makes it easy to use at home. It is the perfect alternative to traditional stationary bikes. Magnetic resistance provides a smooth and quiet operation. This quiet

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The CanDo Magneciser Pedal Exerciser offers ultra-quiet magnetic, bi-directional resistance in a small, lightweight device. Premium, heavy duty design makes this ideal for high-traffic clinics, while its lightweight portability makes it easy to use at home. It is the perfect alternative to traditional stationary bikes. Magnetic resistance provides a smooth and quiet operation. This quiet operation and easy portability makes it great to use anywhere whether it be at home while on couch, or under a desk while working at the office. As the magneciser is not motorized it does require muscle strength to operate. Bi-directional pedal rotation allows the pedals to be used for exercise in either direction.

Each device comes with a fully automatic 5-function digital display that indicates the speed, time exercised, calories consumed, distance “traveled” and scan of all functions. Convenient tension control dial allows for a broad range of pedal resistance for a progressive exercise program.

The CanDo Magnecsiser Pedal Exerciser can be used for “upper” and “lower” body workouts as an arm or leg pedlar. This versatility allows for a full body workout. Great to improve circulation, muscle strength, joint range-of-motion, and coordination. This device is best operated on a level surface. Place on top of a desk or table to exercise the upper body, or place it on the floor to tone and strengthen legs. As strength increases and pedaling becomes easier, use the resistance knob to easily increase resistance.

The pedal exerciser has an adjustable base for added stability and storage. Adjustable hand and foot straps and ergonomic hand grips provide extra comfort and security. The device is easy to assemble and uses 2 “AA” batteries.

Product Features

  • Magnetic variable resistance is smooth and quiet; Great for under a desk at work
  • Use on a table or on the floor to improve circulation, muscle strength, joint range-of-motion and coordination
  • Ideal for high-traffic physical therapy clinics or great to use at home
  • 5-function digital display shows speed, elapsed time, calories burned, distance traveled and scan

Comments

Anonymous says:

shoulder surgery recovery I purchased this after having subacromial decompression surgery on my shoulder as well as “manipulation under anesthesia”. This was my second surgery in 2 years on the same shoulder. The first thing my physical therapist would do when I arrived at my appt was put me on an arm bicycle for 6-7 minutes. It really helped loosen up my shoulder. So I decided to purchase my own to use at home. I really like this machine. It’s easy to use and helps loosen up my shoulder. The only thing I wish was that the rotations were a tad bit larger, as it doesn’t move quite as much as my PT one. But overall, I use it 3-4 times a week and it seems to be helping. It works as intended and I would recommend it.

Anonymous says:

Biking it at home! Bought this for my Mom. She had a stroke about 11 years ago, and she needs more exercise. Walking is difficult, especially for a few months this year when she broke her back and had to wear a brace. While at the rehab facility, she mentioned that she liked doing the bike exercises they had her doing. Of course the machine she was using was about $5,000. I discussed alternatives with the therapists, and they showed me one like this that they had at the facility. We had her try it, and she liked it, so I got the info and went out to Amazon to find it. It’s a really nice, sturdy little bike, and she seems to enjoy using it. At this point, we are just trying to keep her legs strong so she can transfer to and from bed, etc. The brace is off now, but she isn’t walking a lot yet, and is in her wheelchair most of the time. This bike helps to keep her legs moving and strong. And she actually uses it! And the price was good, especially compared to the $5,000 model!

Anonymous says:

A little bit does a lot of good! This has been so helpful. I have artificial hips and one artificial knee. Jogging is out of the question and riding a regular bike in my area of the country is also not an easy option. Purchased this because it’s compact and portable (can use it in a hotel room watching TV). Little did I know it would greatly improve the quality of my health. About a year after retirement I was having a laundry list of health problems; lack of energy, swollen ankles, depressed mood, etc. Started using the exerciser twice a day for 1/2 hour each time. No more swollen ankles, have normal energy, no more “blue” days and overall feel fine.

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