Exerpeutic 2000 High Capacity Programmable Magnetic Recumbent Bike With “Air Soft” Seat and Heart Pulse Sensors

It can handle up to a 300 lb user weight capacity.

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Description & Features+

The EXERPEUTIC 2000 Recumbent Bike can handle up to a 300 lb user weight capacity. It also has a wider seat for comfort, magnetic resistance for challenging workouts and hand pulse sensor pads for targeting heart rate zones, all at a very affordable price. The “Air Soft” seat will make your workout feel timeless, with extraordinary comfort and relaxation.

• “Step Thru” design providing very easy on and off capability, resulting in a more a more effective and comfortable workout
• “Air Soft “seat is 3 ½” thick and is constructed of individual air chambers that are shock absorbing and disperse the user’s weight.
• ”Air Soft” seat includes a high technology honeycomb mesh around the sides and a soft PVC weave cushion top which increases air flow and provides maximum comfort.
• ”Air Soft” seat remains cool even after many hours of use.
• Extended user weight capacity up to 300lbs
• Extended leg stabilizers to prevent any movement or tipping when exercising
• Some assembly required.
• Included transportation wheels for easy relocation of the bike.
• An 8 level Magnetic Tension control system, allows the user to adjust the tension level for an easier or more difficult workout.
• 6 Preset workout programs with time, distance, RPM, Watts, Calories Burned and Heart Rate readouts.
• The computer has a built-in iPad holder which also can be used for other mobile devices as well as books or documents for reading.
• The computer has an easy to reach design that lets you concentrate and focus on your work out.
• Hand Pulse Monitor to stay within your Target Heart Rate Zone
• ”Smooth torque” drive system provides a continuous and consistent pedaling motion
• The precision balanced flywheel and V- belt drive provide a smooth and quiet operation.
• The user will not experience interference from noise with watching TV or listening to music.
• Larger pedal design with safety strap prevents any foot slippage when exercising
• A large contoured backrest is provided for comfortable back support.
• Elbow pads on the handlebars will support arms while exercising
• Easy and quick seat adjustments for users 5”3” to 6’3”
• 1 Year Limited Warranty

Assembled product dimensions: L 58.00 inches x W 26.00 inches x H 41.00 inches x W 73.00 pounds


Assembled Product Length
54 Inches
Assembled Product Width
22 Inches
Assembled Product Height
34 Inches
Assembled Product Weight
63 Pounds
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Exerpeutic 2000 High Capacity Programmable Magnetic Recumbent Bike With “Air Soft” Seat and Heart Pulse Sensors is rated 3.4285714285714284 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy! We purchased this machine for my parents. They were wanting a piece of equipment to use for excercise. They have limited mobility so needed something that was easy to get into and out of. This machine is perfect. There only a small stabilizer in the middle which they need to step over so this makes it really easy for them. Installation took about an hour. It was easy following the instructions.
Date published: 2015-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than expected... My new 'bike' arrived today - just 1 day after it was ordered online from Walmart. Opening the box is a bit intimidating at first - lots of parts, lots of packing material to deal with, but not a problem. Assembly took about 2 hours at a leisurely pace. Everything went together perfectly and everything needed was in the box - including the few tools required. After it was all together I plugged it in, pushed the button, and to my glee -- it worked perfectly. Tomorrow morning is my first real workout on it. I expect it to be great, albeit sweaty, fun.
Date published: 2015-02-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great value, Works great I found it easy to assemble, instructions ok but lacking detail. The icons on the display screen are too small to read. The instruction mentioned that there are different programs and lists them, but does not tell you what they do, or what icon they are. So it is try them and log what they do.
Date published: 2016-05-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible piece of equipment Purchased beginning of January 2016, took longer to put together than other recumbent bikes. As many other reviews indicate, the computer component stopped working officially 4/15/16--just over the 3 months time frame covered by the warranty. Prior to 4/15, the computer would not work but if I unplugged it, left it unplugged for a few, replugged it in and did this 2-3 times, the computer would eventually come online. Not any more. The seat, also as other reviewers have mentioned, wiggles and wobbles, have to tighten it every time I ride (every day). Additionally, the seat makes an annoying clicking sound each revolution. I was unimpressed when I was taking it out of the box, very cheaply made. And am now completely unimpressed as I can no longer use the product. Leaving the computer unplugged makes the bike WAY too easy to pedal and the seat of course feels like it's going to fly off. I also had contacted Experpeutic to find out what criteria were used to determine calories burned, rpms, etc because I have owned several other recumbent bikes and the #s on this bike were WAY off. Someone in their customer service dept did e-mail back saying that the info has been requested from the correct dept but I never heard back. All other stationery bikes I've had, I had to enter at least my weight, M/F and often age. Nothing here. Which I didn't care too much about, can find info elsewhere but the stats on this computer were always way off. Level 3 on this bike was like level 7 on others--which was a good thing since there are only 8 levels on this bike. But just giving an example of how much the developers of this bike didn't care. Waste of $. The only good thing is that after reading the poor reviews and deciding to buy the bike anyway because of the good reviews, I did something I never do and purchased an extended warranty. Just filed a claim, hope something can be resolved. Such a pain to get and put together one of these bikes, let alone the expense. And now after getting into a good exercise habit, can't exercise...it's a real bummer.
Date published: 2016-05-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't work We assembled the bike and the pulse monitor didn't work. We basically took the bike apart verifying all of the connections and it still doesn't work. The rest of the bike works just fine, and it is remarkably quiet in operation.
Date published: 2016-01-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works for my Total Hip Replacment physical therapy This machine is not difficult to put together, although it does require (for us anyway) at least 2 hours. As others have noted, the instructions are limited and I'd venture, perhaps even lacking in some areas (electrical wiring connections for certain). I'd suggest having good close up bright lighting when you attempt putting the wee wee wiring connections together and while we searched diligently to see writing on each wire to assure we connected the right ones...only the wiring by back seat had individual wires that needed exact wire to wire. The front assembly under the computer part were "sheathed together" . You'll see what I mean when you get yours. No matter, we managed and the inbuilt computer works on each section of the display. Had to experiment with display controls for a minute to figure it out...again, the instructions could have been better, but once you press Start and select which level, you then press Setup which bounces across each section on screen allowing you to choose your minutes, distance and blah blah. Fairly intuitive. I am pleased with the pedals magnetic QUIET and easy glide . Since recently having a total hip replacement with additional knee considerations, it was important to me for ease of seat placement for pedaling and this is sufficient. Advertisement boasted of an extra wide cushioned seat and in concert with the comfy wide back (also nicely padded) DID deliver allowing my new hip prosthetic to sit on it without pain. Using the walk through is also high interest for those with leg/knee/hip issues because you don't have to raise your legs up to get off===wherein you have the recumbent bike, I guess. smiling The comfort is such that I truly could just sit there after riding and watch tv instead of transferring to a regular chair. Good purchase, even for a serious senior.
Date published: 2016-01-13
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