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Sunny Health & Fitness Magnetic Mini Exercise Bike with Digital Monitor and 8 Level Resistance

Price:PKR. 25,420.00 /

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Make room for physical activity when you are sitting with the Sunny Health & Fitness SF-B0891 Under Desk Magnetic Cycle. Slide your feet onto the pedals with adjustable strap. Achieve a 7-inch stride length smoothly, quietly, and consistently on this under desk machine while you are seated. We crafted this machine around silence. Engage the smooth belt-drive mechanism and the 3.52 lb flywheel as you pedal forward. The pedals have a peak height of 10 inches and bottom height of 3 inches, when on the ground. Use this machine as a low-impact exercise alternative that can help engage your lower body with little joint stress. The pedals can also be used as hand grips. You can use this machine on a desk-level surface and pedal your arms to promote upper body activity. Exercise without being tied to a plug. Stay in control of your seated workout cadence with the manually-powered design. Track your speed, time, distance, and calories burned in real time with the battery-powered exercise display. Cycle through 8 levels of magnetic tension that is controlled by a responsive dial. Weighing just over 19 lb, this machine can be moved easily with the sturdy hand grip. Easily store your under-desk machine (20.5L x 16.5W x 10.5H) in a bedroom, office, or the trunk of your car. Make your next low-impact exercise a quiet and consistent one with the Sunny Health & Fitness Under Desk Magnetic Cycle.
Todd Moroney
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on February 18, 2017

Review:I bought this as a gift for my wife and gave it to her mid January. Within 2 weeks the peddle broke off, but since the company has a specific return time frame I am not able to return it. I am very disappointed in the quality of this product and customer service Read more

W. Kwok
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on November 6, 2016

Review:Assembly of this unit was simple. There is a wrench tool included to tighten the bolts. This unit is kind of heavy, which is great because if it were too light, it would slide around too easily. I spend so much time in front of the computer that it had affected my health because I wasn't getting any exercise in. With this device, there is no excuse. It fits perfectly under my desk (make sure to compare dimensions of the height of this item to your desk). I have a clearance of 23 1/2" and it has been just enough height for me to use this comfortably. I have roller chairs so purchasing something like Slipstick CB840 3-1/4 Inch Bed Roller / Furniture Wheel Gripper Caster Cups (Set of 4) Caramel Color was essential for securing my chair in place while using this exercise bike under my table without my chair rolling all over the place. The different tension resistances are nice and click into place easily. Even at the highest setting, the resistance does not seem too bad and I can easily cycle if I'm pedaling slowly. If I pedal quickly at the highest tension setting, I'll start to build up a sweat after not too long, but if you're in the workplace using this, you probably don't want to go all out and smell like you just got out of the gym around your co-workers. At home alone, I can get in my workout in the morning while working on the computer and then just shower before heading to work. It's perfect for my needs. The non-slip feet seem to hold it securely in place on my chairmat with the edge of the unit against the wall. If I did not have it against the wall, it might slide around a little more than I'd probably like. A simple solution would be to place some strong double-sided tape along the bottom of the rubber feet. The digital display is powered by 2 AAA batteries and it is attached to the cycle so it is not removable. Also, there doesn't seem to be an on/off switch to the LED display so you'll have to remove your batteries when it's not in use to save on your battery life. However, if you leave the batteries in, it'll turn off by itself after about 5 minutes of inactivity. Likewise, if you leave the batteries in and the unit is off, the digital reader will turn on by itself and start measuring your activity if you start cycling. If I'm just cycling and don't care about the stats, I just leave the digital display alone with the batteries out. The foot straps securely hold your feet in place. Overall, the many benefits of this outweigh the minor design drawbacks. This is easily one of the best investments I've made. Pros -Adjustable tension easily clicks into place -Digital device measures progress -Easy assembly -Footstraps hold feet in securely -Quiet Cons -Must remove batteries to turn off digital device -May slide around if not secured with tape or backed against wall If my review helped in any way, [...]! If not, feel free to leave a feedback comment or ask any question that my review didn’t answer. Thank you! Read more

Nephron86
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2017

Review:The bike is great, except that now (and it started less than a month after buying), the right pedal keeps hetting unscrewed and detaches while pedaling! And now it happens after 5 minutes or less :( Read more

Kentucky Watchman
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2019

Review:I am so stupid. With a 4 1/2 star rating, I just couldn't believe the pedal bolts were falling off for so many people. Guess what? After 10 minutes the right bolt had backed off almost all the way. I knew better. Couldn't belive Amazon would leave a product with a known design flaw on it's store front. A bunch of us should get a lawyer and look into a class action suit.. Now what? Shame on you Amazon?. Read more

sanddollars
Rating:2.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2017

Review:3/29/18 update: Went from 5 stars to 2 stars after nearly 1 year.. -1 star for the following: after almost 1 year of constant use in a corporate desk job setting, one of the pedals (right side) started giving out. Found out that the threads on the pedal attached to the frame are getting stripped since I saw a bunch of shiny dust on the floor that came from this. This is due to normal wear and tear. I have been using the other brand $150 DeskCycle for about the same amount of time at home. That one is still working well just like brand new. -1 star: Wrote to the vendor inquiring about warranty. The product falls under a 1 year warranty for the frame according to the PDF linked in the Amazon listing description, so naturally, mine would be up in June. Read the terms. Got the typical "we have a high volume of calls" automated response. Apparently my issue falls under their "within 90 days" purchase category. They emailed me back within a day stating that I have to pay $15 to get a replacement pedal part. The issue isn't the pedal part that you have to screw in, but the actual screw thread part that is on the frame. -1 star for the following: After a year of use and getting adjusted between the DeskCycle and this, I realize that the major difference is the height at which you are cycling at. This does not have that much of a clearance with your knees hitting your desk and as a short small person, I still keep hitting my knees on the desk and setting my chair really far back (about 2 feet away from my cycle) and strapped to the cycle. I have to adjust this literally EVERY day I come into work to feel decently comfortable. This being said, I went from a 5 star rating to a 2 star rating. Get the more expensive $150 deskcycle bike. It's much more worth it in the long run. ------------------------------------ Originally written June 2017: 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 the DeskCycle and this bike. 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 between a walking treadmill desk and an under desk bike is HUGE and each setup has its own pros and cons... but if you don't have that big of a budget to afford a treadmill desk to work out while on the computer... the under desk cycle is great! Background: I use the DeskCycle for home ( I spend lots of time on the computer after work, I'm also a PC gamer!), and the Sunny Exercise Bike at work (I work full time). Things to consider: If this is your first time setting up a bike under your desk, it is NORMAL to have to make desk/chair adjustments because you need to make sure you have a comfortable and ergonomic setup or your back can get strained over long periods of time. My dimensions: I'm 5 feet 1". I compared using this against my 6' husband and he didn't seem to like it. He's picky about his desk setup and with his stagnant and stationary setup he likes the way his desk is currently setup. With the under desk bike he would have to make major adjustments and raise the desk because his knees kept on hitting the desk. I could imagine taller people than me would have this issue but it is NORMAL to make desk adjustments if possible to accommodate for this desk bike device. DeskCycle Pros: - Very quiet - Easy and quick to assemble (it took me less than 30 minutes) - Well packaged out of the box - Sturdy pedal straps, Straps are permanently attached to the pedal and are adjusted via velcro - LCD monitor is removable and can be extended to be placed on top of a desk for display - When setup properly my knees don't hit the desk - You can and will break a sweat while using this, at least I did (resistance set to 2 and I'm at "20"+mph? if I'm reading this correctly) - No weird pungent factory smell (see below) out of the box Cons: - When first using the bike I found it difficult to concentrate on whatever I was doing on the computer, but after a day or two of constant use you get used to it - No handle for easy transportation if needed - Not really sure what the LCD units of measurement are, it's not super clear Sunny Mini Exercise Bike (cheaper than the DeskCycle) Pros: - has a handle for easy transportation - Pretty much what I mentioned about the DeskCycle with some minor differences - Easy setup, less than 30 mins out of the box - Very quiet, my coworkers sitting next to me don't even notice nor hear a thing when I start pedaling Cons: - It smells like hardcore factory smell out of the box. Similar to walking into Harbor Freight. - LCD screen is not removable - The pedal straps don't look as sturdy as the DeskCycle straps. They can detach from the pedal and over time it can rip from overuse. It's a rubbery material. Straps adjust similar to putting a watch tab in different holes. Differences: - Sunny Exercise Bike pedals are slightly higher off the ground than the DeskCycle - Sunny's LCD screen is not removable, you only display it from the front. (DeskCycle default is from the back) - DeskCycle includes a long velcro strap to tether your rolling chair to the bike, Sunny does not - Sunny has a handle for transportation, DeskCycle does not - My observation between the two.... the DeskCycle has a more rigid construction than the Sunny Bike. DeskCycle has more comprehensive instructions than the Sunny Bike does. Similarities: - With either one you still need to set up your desk/chair as ergonomically as possible - Both of these force you to sit up straight - You should take a break after a long period of cycling nonstop every once in a while unless you want some slight lower back pain and sweat at work - The measurements between the two appear to be very close to each other when looking at the LCD screen using the same resistance and energy force on your legs - With a good diet and using this, you will lose weight. So far I have in 1 week, maybe about a 1lb or two. Results will vary. Conclusion: This all being said and considered, the price difference is quite big and it all comes down to personal preference to which device you'd rather get. To achieve the same goal of fitness and maybe weight loss, both devices pretty much do the same thing with the same important main features. If you're on a super budget, I'd get the Sunny Bike. If you want something that's a little seemingly sturdier with extra features (i.e. removable LCD screen), then get the DeskCycle. If you want a home/work setup, heck, get two of these Sunny Bikes. Extra bonus stuff for fun: - I strapped a Fitbit watch Fitbit Blaze Smart Fitness Watch, Plum, Silver, Small (US Version) to my left foot and it still measures steps while using these two desk bikes.... I left it on and it registers as either walk or elliptical when looking at my Fitbit dashboard! Read more

floden
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2017

Review:My daughter has spasticity in her left hand and needed something like this to exercise with 2-3 tines a day. This Sunny equipment is sturdy and light enough to move around the house. My only small problem was that it moves on the table when my daughter is pedaling with hands. We placed an exercise rubber mat underneath which eliminated the problem. In 2 mts I would know how effective it is for her spasticity. Read more

Artee
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in Canada on May 7, 2020

Review:Your browser does not support HTML5 video. I can confirm the reviews of some earlier customers that reported a rickety/clanking noise with every pedal after about only 2.5 months of casual use. Please listen to the included video for the noise this machine makes after several weeks of use. THE GOOD - I primarily bought this machine to use casually while watching Netflix. For the first few weeks, this was the perfect machine. It was quiet, easily portable, comfortable to use, and helped me lose a few pounds relatively quickly. It also seemed very well built and solid, or so I thought... THE BAD - After about 2.5 months of use, the machine started to progressively breakdown and it sounded like some of the internal mechanics were becoming loose. It now sounds as if the machine is off track inside and makes a rickety noise with every pedal. This makes it incredibly noisy and unusable for using while watching TV. As I primarily bought this to use while watching TV, due to the high noise level, I can no longer do so. This unit has now become useless to me. ***I have written to the company and am currently awaiting their response. Will post an update once I hear back. Read more

One book at a time
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in Canada on June 16, 2020

Review:I ordered this hoping it would help me recover my strength after a knee and hip replacement. I used it once with no problem. The second time I used it it started making a loud noise, something like you might remember as a kid if you attached cards to your bicycle spokes. It was a thing back then. I used it three more times and it only got louder, too loud to hear music or the tv while using it and a very unpleasant sound. This was not a cheap machine, or at least not to me. I asked Amazon for a refund and was told too much time had passed. This was less than two months after I bought it. I was very disappointed in the machine and with Amazon's customer service in this instance. My daughter sent me a different machine for Mother's Day. It cost less and although it took more assembly it works just fine, This one is being used as a very expensive doorstop. I would suggest you try another machine and don't count on Amazon to help if you have problems with it. Read more

Sofa Shopper
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in Canada on March 3, 2018

Review:6 weeks of use and we still love it, took a rubber tube( physio) and tied it to chair legs, now it doesn’t move.3 months of use The right pedal is not smooth all the time. It’s like it catches on something inside. 3.5 months its making a horrible noise now, just waiting for company to return my email .. very dissatisfied Read more

MechanicalKitten
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in Canada on December 1, 2016

Review:I bought this because I started a desk job and have some terrible knee problems. It was the perfect solution for me to be able to work pain free. :) It doesn't fit perfectly under a desk and I had to switch chairs a few times in order to find one that wouldn't cause my knees to knock against the bottom of the table. >.o It was easily assembled as it came mostly in one piece and was shipped in a timely fashion. On of my favorite functions would need to be the tension setting, the highest tension gives you really good resistance if you're looking to to a light workout. It makes you feel a little less lazy when you're watching tv to! Only downsides of this device is that it is very heavy (thank god it has a handle!) and not very portable. Bringing it to and from places is inconvenient as nothing folds or tucks away for travel. It also tends to slide on hardwood! So make sure to use it on carpet, up against a wall or put a mat down. Overall this is definitely worth the money! :) Read more

Kirsten
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in Canada on June 9, 2020

Review:Bought to use for hyper 8-year-old during pandemic schooling at home. It has been great! He likes it and I use it while working at home too. It fits under the kitchen table and doesn't make so much noise, or take so much effort that you couldn't use it while in a Zoom meeting. I read a ton of reviews on these because I wanted one that would be durable, but not too expensive. This one is medium price-point but seems sturdier than others I have seen. The resistance is set with magnets and "8" ( the highest resistance) is a bit too easy to much of a workout for me, but for a child, "4" is a good setting. It has been good so far, and my son spontaneously uses it throughout the day for little breaks to blow off steam. You can sit comfortably in a chair and peddle this while you watch TV and it's at least something better than just sitting. I don't think I'd buy this as a primary work out method (doesn't replace an exercise bike) but we don't have room for anything else bigger. We are very happy with it and would recommend. It came with tools to assemble and took only 10 minutes max as already mostly put together. Read more