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Drive Medical Deluxe Folding Exercise Peddler with Electronic Display

Drive Medical Deluxe Folding Exercise Peddler with Electronic Display 

  • Scan feature alternately displays all measurements automaticallyamazon_products_2
  • Ideal for leg and arm muscle exercising; Resistance easily adjusted with tension screw
  • Five function display indicates exercise time, revolution count, revolutions per minute (rpm) and calories burned; Button cell battery included
  • Four anti-slip rubber pads prevent sliding and protect surfaces; Attractive silver finish
  • Completely assembled, foldable design

Product Description

Advances Mobility – Health and Independence The Folding Exercise Peddler with Electronic Display by Drive Medical is simply unbeatable when it comes to helping you increase your mobility and circulation, as well as the strengthening of your legs and arms. Combined together, these benefits can be an immense boost to your overall health and independence. As a leading edge exerciser, this peddler is sturdy, yet light-weight and comes complete with an attached display which monitors and records, five different functions that can help you improve your overall health and well-being.This fabulous piece of exercise technology offers you exceptional value. It includes a scan feature that allows you to monitor the calories you’re burning, together with how long you’ve been exercising, as well as your revolution count (rpm) per minute.Another handy feature you’ll enjoy is the ability to time your workouts, which is a convenient time management tool that allows you to track and measure your progress.You’ll also love the fact that this Folding Exercise Peddler with Electronic Display is also easy to fold up and take with you while travelling for pleasure, or on business. Go ahead…Experience the Drive Difference Now!

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Al Amin Azad

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11 Comments

  1. Profile photo of Miles Hansen
    December 9, 2014

    This might take up a lot less room than my excersise bike and ball. I live in a sort of small and cramped apartment, so it definitely has it’s benifits. I don’t quite know if I can afford it on my current budget, but it might go on my christmas wishlist, or at least I’ll probably consider it the next time I’m purchasing athletic equipment.

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  2. Profile photo of Natalie
    December 5, 2014

    This seems like an interesting product, and I can definitely see its health benefits. Once again though, I feel like that once I buy it, it’s just going to sit at my house gathering dust. It seems like a cheaper and less space-taking alternative to a treadmill though, and as I live in the north, it will definitely be useful during snowy days. Thanks for the article!

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  3. Profile photo of Florence Dupuis
    December 3, 2014

    This looks like a good idea; it has many advantages, like it’s size, but the problem is I know I’d lack motivation. I’d need something that could somehow keep me motivated enough to actually do the work…If not I know I’d spend money on this, but then never use it. Or use it the first week then give up…

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  4. Profile photo of Marquita
    December 3, 2014

    Has anyone tried this product before? Is it worth getting? I need to lose some pounds because of health reasons and I wouldn’t mind taking it slow. Thanks in advance for the reply!

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  5. Profile photo of Allison
    November 28, 2014

    That “exercise cycle mechanism” would take up less room than my standing bicycle exerciser. That one I could place under a table or store under a chair. Additionally, an electronic timer makes it even more appealing than my standing bicycle. My stationary bike is in the corner. It has clothing all over it.

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  6. Profile photo of Cristian
    November 26, 2014

    Even if this sounds pretty interesting, I’d stick with the old and heavy barbell when it comes about training. This seems to be an exercise for people who are lazy and don’t want to really work out, even to the older people I would recommend weight training, they have a very good effect on your body on overall and you don’t need to lift 100kg in order to stay in shape, you can as well lift 4-10 kg if you are older and this will get you only benefits.

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  7. Profile photo of Scott
    November 21, 2014

    This looks like a somewhat average device, but it still reminded me that I need to get one soon. The weather has started to turn foul and that alone makes indoor exercise equipment worth it!

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  8. Profile photo of Miku
    November 14, 2014

    Yeah, this definitely looks like the kind of thing you’d keep under your desk in an office. I wonder how noisy it is, if it isn’t too bad I could totally see that being a great thing to have to get some light cardio in during the work day.

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  9. Profile photo of Jason Chinnis
    November 11, 2014

    That exercising peddle is a piece of typical equipment. Just peddling would really have me work on my legs.The display looks average.

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    Kimberly Davis
    November 11, 2014

    I’ve seen this in a magazine once. This would be great for someone who sits all day, like a office worker. The only problem I see with it is that it would work out the muscles in your legs but what about the muscles in the rest of your body. Burning calories is great but you need to work on your muscles too.

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  11. Profile photo of Kim
    November 9, 2014

    This looks like such a great exercise tool for older people. Being small and portable is really important for those who live in smaller spaces and don’t have room for something larger like a stationery bicycle. I hope this kind of thing catches on. I know of quite a few older people who don’t get the exercise they need because it is too difficult and when dealing with low energy it’s hard to get out and go to a gym to exercise, even when exercise would greatly improve energy levels. This could really help people in those situations.

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