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  • The original MagneTrainer ER a light, portable mini exercise bike - Top of the Range and Top of its Class. This premium magnetic cycle delivers ultra smooth, quiet, judder free exercise, designed in the USA as an alternative to cumbersome upright bikes. MagneTrainer ER is a user friendly home leg and arm exerciser perfect for general fitness, to aid rehabilitation or remedy mobility and circulation issues; endorsed by therapists & fitness professionals. An exercise bike inspired by its big bike cousins remodeled and packed with a host of quality enhancements including robust components, improved stability and a neo-drive system to give sixty percent more resistance than other similar bikes. In-addition, has a range of bolt-on's to enhance the exercise experience; suitable for commercial or therapeutic applications
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The original MagneTrainer ER a light, portable mini exercise bike - Top of the Range and Top of its Class. This premium magnetic cycle delivers ultra smooth, quiet, judder free exercise, designed in the USA as an alternative to cumbersome upright bikes. MagneTrainer ER is a user friendly home leg and arm exerciser perfect for general fitness, to aid rehabilitation or remedy mobility and circulation issues; endorsed by therapists & fitness professionals. An exercise bike inspired by its big bike cousins remodeled and packed with a host of quality enhancements including robust components, improved stability and a neo-drive system to give sixty percent more resistance than other similar bikes. In-addition, has a range of bolt-on's to enhance the exercise experience; suitable for commercial or therapeutic applications

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  • Compact, lightweight proffessional grade arm and leg exerciser; 37cm/15 inch wide base and sturdy steel frame
  • Patented magnetic resistance; More than twice the resistance range of the other magnetic pedal exercisers
  • Ideal for home use while watching TV, on the phone or working.
  • Adjustable Velcro straps on pedals to accommodate all foot sizes; pedals work with both feet and hands
  • Accessories sold separately include - Ergonomic handles, extra large pedals and PC game interface.
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  • Product Dimensions: 50.8 x 40.6 x 45.7 cm ; 10 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 11 Kg
  • Delivery information: We cannot deliver certain products outside mainland UK ( Details). We will only be able to confirm if this product can be delivered to your chosen address when you enter your delivery address at checkout.
  • Item model number: ER (Extended Range)
  • ASIN: B007WBT1OG
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 April 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,798 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Sit on a comfortable chair and get an excellent leg workout. Use while watching TV, reading a book or talking on the phone use it at work or home. Place the bike on a table and pedal with your hands to strengthen your wrists, arms, and shoulders. MagneTrainer uses a patented adjustable magnetic resistance system which provides ultra-smooth pedal motion in both the forward and reverse directions.

The MagneTrainer has more than twice the resistance range of the other magnetic pedal exercisers on the market making it an excellent choice for physical therapy as well as being perfect for home. The wide resistance range and smooth pedal motion makes it ideal for both therapy and healthy exercise. Great for exercise whilst working though if you want to use it under a desk check out our specially designed DeskCycle.

The MagneTrainer is quiet and durable and is made to last for many years it uses more expensive components than the other similar looking bikes a wider 4V belt, heavier duty pulleys and flywheels and high-quality flywheel bearings. The wider 38cm steel base keeps the bike stable when pedaling. The pedals have adjustable Velcro straps to accommodate most foot sizes with an on-board computer to record your duration, calculate virtual distance and calories.

For more accurate computing we have the MagneTrainer calibrated before leaving the factory enabling us to provide an online calculator which can track your calorie loss far more accurately than most home and many professional exercise machines do. We have optional add-ons which are sold separately these are specialist items designed to enhance the usability range of MagneTrainer. Accessories include Ergo-Handles extra large adjustable pedals, Quick-Release bolts, and medical pedals. See our separate listings for details

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52 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Mo'ohara on 3 Sept. 2012
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My husbands disabilities prevent him from doing conventional exercises, or using standard exercise equipment. This seamed a good idea to be able to exercise sitting in a chair. I looked at the cheaper versions, and was put off by buyers comments of it them being too light and feet slipping, also by what appeared to be poor tension adjustment. The extra for this machine did seem a bit much, but it did say it was used by professionals.

We have had many pedal cycles over the past few years and although much more expensive than we normally spend this one is in a league of its own. It would appear that the old saying of you get what you pay for holds true. This is a sturdy, well built machine. It is quite heavy and the span of the legs combined with good gripping feet mean it doesn't move when peddling, it is very stable on the floor, easy to pedal and has minimal noise. The front feet can be slid forward to extend the base length half as much again, so it is very stable. The tension adjustment knob has to be turned five complete revolutions between low and high tension, so you get very fine control. The peddle action is very smooth and quiet, though I think you may have to get fit before tackling the maximum tension. If you want to use the machine sitting in a computer chair which normally has casters, straps are provided to go round the base of the chair and attach to front legs of machine to stop the chair moving. I'm not sure how accurate the readout is, of distance and speed etc, but I don't think that really matters anyway, you know your own limits. This is a perfect machine for those with limited mobility. Very pleased
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By miffy on 12 July 2013
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Very quiet, can use whilst watching TV with no problems. Small profile so easy to tuck away. Quite heavy though- so watch your back when moving it ;-)).

On higher resistance settings, you will probably need to sit on a higher chair rather than the sofa, otherwise you may push the trainer away from you.

Wider pedal straps are good for my big feet! It is necessary to keep toes pointing forwards so as not to catch heels on the floor or support struts and beware your ankle bones if, like me, yours are more prominent- as long as you are careful to keep feet correctly aligned its not a problem.

A full bike would be better for sitting position and foot position, but it would take up a LOT more space- we are very happy with this item for what we chose it for.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Robert J. Wasdell on 24 July 2014
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If you're looking for a mini exercise bike (say, you, or a relative, has had a stroke/uses a wheelchair/[needs to be able to sit down whilst exercising]), this is probably the best one out there. You must understand, though, that all similar bikes (including this one) do seem to be very overpriced (but anything with a 'disability' or 'rehab' tag is) considering the materials, design, and development costs.

I say this one is better for several reasons: firstly, the magnetic resistance. Most similar devices use a fabric strap against the wheel to provide the resistance. This leads to some very jerky resistance, and the strap finally wears out. This doesn't happen with the magnetic resistance used in this.

Secondly, you can buy separate accessories (pedals for larger feet, handles to use it as a hand-cycle instead, etc.). To my knowledge, no-one else sells accessories for their bikes. This is good for two reasons - firstly (and most obviously), it makes this bike more adaptable. I have size 13 (UK, so 14 US) shoes, and I struggled with smaller pedals. It's nice to have larger pedals available. Secondly, it means you can buy new pedals when they wear out (and they will, sooner or later). Most (if not all, but I can't say for sure) pedals on exercise size use a rubber strap on their pedals. This wears down fast, and, as it's under so much stress, breaks. With most similar bikes (who don't sell pedals separately), this means buying an entire bike (probably <£100 to replace a strap worth pennies).

It's still overpriced, but, over the long-term, this saves money. However, the materials used aren't exactly representative of the price tag. The metal spacer bar is held in place by a low-quality screw. That's it! One screw!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By ronald richardson on 2 Jan. 2013
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This item was selected for my son who is confined to a wheelchair. The intention is to strenghten his legs and be able to help him, with aid, to walk short distances within a home. Unfortunately, he cannot operate the pedals sat in his wheelchair, so he is transferred to a normal chair. He currently feels it is working and believes his left leg is becoming more flexible. Hope it continues. Perhaps it could be a more heavier in his case.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jan on 13 Oct. 2013
I have Multiple Sclerosis and can barely walk but because the trainer has velcro straps so your feet don't slip off the pedals it has enabled me to cycle. I started off very gently and in a couple of months i'm now reaching at least 12km a day in around 20 mins. It has encouraged me to try out more excercises and given me stimulation! It has extending front legs to stabilise the machine which i found to be excellent. I now also use the machine for 10 mins a day on my arms and do around 5km a day. It was a 50th Birthday present off my wife and i am extremely happy with the device. Would definitely recommmend for anyone with a disability to try and get some movement restored in their arms or legs!
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