There are two things that are not provided, the first is the USB hole on the basis and the second is the fact that it is only for do-it-yourself purposes. There are two The tension screw should not be adjusted without the monitor on it. There will be noise when working with rough tires. Quite when working with road bike tires. rubber feet prevent scratching wood floor, works on any surface. A wide base and low stance for unshakable balance was built. The max load is 330 lbs. It is easy to install and release. The quick release is used to tightly hold the rear wheel. It's easier to take the bike down than other bike trainers. Magnetic resistances meet your needs for resistance and speed, and the handle bar mounted resistance controller lets you adjust resistance. The trainer stand is compatible with any road or mountain bike with a 26-28" or 700C wheel.
👤I was concerned after reading a few of the reviews. There were a number of 1 star with similar complaints. It is getting too dark for me to feel safe on my bike. So. This. The easy mount is easy to assemble. I was worried that the fault had happened to me because first use could not get enough resistance. Nope. I thought what might have happened to others. If the bolt that pushes the roller against the wheel doesn't seat correctly, you can tighten it, but it won't improve contact between tire and roller. You can see the pressure on the tire by seating it correctly. An hour on level 3 feels like a 14 mile ride. I can sprint but not sustain it. I don't want a permanent mount so the cable for the resistance adjustment is annoying. If mounted correctly, it stays out of the pedal sweep. After about 100 miles, all in a great purchase.
👤I'm over 200 lbs and almost 50 years old and have arthritis in my knees and back. I need something to help me get some exercise, but not so much that I have to spend a lot of money. Even if it takes a bit of time and double checking, I'm great with putting together Ikea stuff. You can look forward to the assembly of this item. All pictures are meaningless. Don't be afraid, replace your tire rod, it will work. The front wheel chock is very strong. This will raise your bike by 2 inches. If you have some knowledge of interpreting image to ease reality to use, it's easy to put together, but I need a foot stool to get up the 2 extra inches.
👤This product is really cool. It is COVID-19 time now. I don't want to work out. Also helpful in the event of weather conditions. It is for all seasons if you don't work out. There is a Initially, he was hesitant to buy. I am telling you the value of my money.
👤The BalanceFrom Bike Trainer Stand was purchased to help with the hot summer in Arizona. I recently started biking as part of my weight loss regimen and it has become a regular part of my daily routine, until the heat hit. It's difficult to do serious biking at 120 degrees. There is a Setting up the trainer took about 15 minutes. I put one of my "good" bikes on and that became my indoor trainer after I tried it with a different bike. There is a The trainer works well, but I worry that the resistance is not as much as I would like, but I think that is a limitation of magnetic resistance. There is a It has improved my cycling ability. It has increased my speed on my bikes, and kept me strong. The tire noise and debris from a regular knobby is not really enjoyable if you are mounting a mountain bike. The trainer tire makes it better. It seems like it will last forever. Very happy with the purchase!
Speedometer for bike provides a large display for easy viewing during dark hours. The light will be on for 4 seconds per time between 17:57 and 17:57. During the first 30 days, you could return with any reason. Their priority would be your satisfaction. Feel free to contact them if you have a problem. Risepro® Bike Computer has a large and clear 4 lines display. You can easily see your cycling data at a glance. The newest model allows you to pre-program all settings for two bikes. There was no more re-setting between 2 bikes. It's great to compare recorded data between Bike A and Bike B. The functions highlight include: average speed, max speed, driving time, calorie consumption, speedometer and etc. The range is between 60 and 1 cm between the Bike Computer and the Transmitter. There is a wheel with 4-40 inches. The computer is waterproof against raining and wet conditions. It works on any weather.
👤Give me a break, because it is a 'Five Star' rating, but a wireless cycling computer with a calories count and a Thermometer for 16 bucks? It has to count. The not-great stuff first. It has three menus to choose from and what you get on each screen is what you get. You can't change the lines of data. I would like the speedometer with the thermometer, but I can't get it. To read the temperature, I have to use the second screen and the third screen. The screen displays 'Maximum Speed' instead of your current speed, which is useless for me. It would be nice to know what your fastest speed was after a ride. I don't need to know it on an ongoing basis. The instruction sheet is very detailed and involved, not well written and a bit confusing. When you're setting up various lines of display, you don't always know what the line you're working on represents... if you start reading the instructions, you'll eventually figure it out. You can't cram in a lot of lines of data in a small unit without the small side being visible. It isn't the unit's fault that the lines are small, but it can be annoying. Good stuff... The back light works well. I haven't changed anything from what it came with and you can push 'Mode' at night to get a good 3 seconds of light. It does light up the whole display even though it originated on the left side of the unit. The temperature works! I used to own a Planet Bike puter that was wired and terrible, I bought it specifically for the thermometer. I would leave my house in the 30's and it would be 74 degrees by the time I got to work, but it would go up to 56 degrees by the time I got to work. This one seems to work well and you can program Celsius or Fahrenheit for other settings. It is easy to set up. All the people in the reviews are crazy about what they see. I mounted mine on the left side of the bike, made sure the magnet was centered on the wheel sensor, and turned it on. It had a pulse. I didn't have to do this because the wheel magnet on this unit is pretty strong, and you can buy the tiniest of neodymium magnets and attach one or two to it to increase its strength and range. You won't have to adjust the sensor's distance to fit in with the life of the sensor. The craft magnets have a diameter of 2mm and a thickness of 1mm. The accuracy of the speedo. Yes. I'm not sure. It seems to correlate well with the trip distance and how far away the destination is. The instructions give you some common measurements for different diameter wheels. It doesn't have 700 x 25c, so I can't see how well my calculated circumference stacks up with their estimate. The keys off your mass are shown on the calories count. I don't think any of the features are worth anything. How fast you're going and how many calories you're burning is just one of many variables. Durability, water resistance, battery life, and so on are unknowns at this point. I will post updates if these are bad.
It's suitable for. All types of bicycles include road bike, mountain bike, folding bike and common bicycle. It's not permissible for a stationary bike or spin bike to be parked. There are 22 functions of the cycle computer. The program has functions such as Freeze Fame Memory, Auto Power on/off, temperature, and waterproof. The bicycle computer with 35inch wire and large clear screen is easy to install. If there is a question about installation or wheel size, please help by watching the video below. Customer service is available at all times. The transmission of your riding data is more reliable than a wireless one. No matter what happens, record it. Road bicycles, mountain bikes, folding bikes, and other common bicycles are compatible with this bicycle computer. The wire is 35 inches long and 90 cm wide. Some electric-assist bicycles may not be compatible with this bicycle computer. Please contact them if you have any questions. 1 year warranty Enjoy your cycling and a 1 year warranty, no matter how you install it. They will offer you a better service if you contact them freely.
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👤See my other review. I gave both of them 5 stars.
There are accesories included that include a bike computer, a cable mount, and operating instructions. For maintenance and replacement, accessories are also available. There are also accessories that are sold separately. The Dream Sport Cycle Computer is easy to install and use. Wrie anti- interference cycling computer is more reliable than wireless transmission. Basic 16 functions and two buttons make it easy to read your speed and odometer statistics. Speedometer, start/stop, speedometer, distance, Odometer, save, auto trip time, digital clock, average speedometer, max speedometer, speed tendency, The functions that are also equipped are Speed Comparator /KM or M select, Service Program, Freeze Fame Memory, Auto Power on/off, temperature, waterproof, and others. Dream sport bike computer knows when you've stopped and automatically stops counting when you're done, no matter if you're caught at a red light or stop for rest. Environment temperature is more convenient for riding. Road bicycles, mountain bikes, folding bikes, and other common bicycles are compatible with this bicycle computer. The wire length is 35.43 inches. Some electric-assist bicycles may not be compatible with this bicycle computer. The device should be compatible if the sensor and magnet can be installed within the specified distances. Please contact them if you have any questions. Dream sport has a full range of bike computers for choices and a professional engineering service for all using issues. They are trying to improve on-line service and have a 1.5 year free warranty. If you have a question about using, please contact them.
👤I now own two of these units. I bought the same model of bike after the first one worked so well. I like the wired model because it's more reliable than the wireless models. The unit is easy to use and tracks all the data I need. My first unit has been in use for 9 months and has been working great. There is a If you're looking for a bike computer that's wired, this is the one for you.
👤I have a bike. There's a distance between the spot where I need to put the sensor and the center of the handlebars on the electric bike. I tried wired computers, but they were too far away and they wouldn't work. I returned all of them because it was very frustrating. The sensor cable was always too short when I bought wired computers. I sent them back. I finally found the Dream Sport Cycle Computer that I was looking for. The cable is long enough to cover the 32" I love that it has a thermometer built in, which is very accurate, along with speed and distance. The clock and timer are also included. It was very easy to install. I found a cycle computer for a good price. You can't beat it. This product is very good.
👤The vendor has contacted me 3 times, trying to make sure I'm happy. I can tell they care from the tone of their emails. It's nice to see that. Vendors who use their follow up emails as a way to get the customer to do a review have not been like that. I would do business with this company again. There is a The computer went to my secondary school. I ship my bike from one coast to the other for island biking events. Most of these computers install the same, so it was mounted up pretty fast. I used their calibration chart for inputting my tire size, but not the included instructions. Setting up a smart phone is similar to installing bike computers. There's no need for instructions once you've done it a few times. Maybe that's just a guy thing. I was able to check the mph readings on my computer because I have a nearby neighborhood radar sign. The instructions' calibration chart was spot on. Everything else seems to work well. The display unit is small. The display is easy to see and not too big or small. I thought the unit's color might be too white. It looks good when placed on my bikes. I haven't ridden with it long enough to assess its accuracy, so I won't go into other technical details. The unit works well for the price I paid. I own a lot of bike computers. It's been due to owning lots of bikes that it's been too many to count. There are different brands of bike computers. Unless you are a weekend warrior who enjoys a lot of data and is very hard core about what you are doing during your workouts, it's not really necessary. I would rather spend my money on other things than on a bike computer, even though I've been in both of those groups. Most bike computers are the same way, and you just need to load in the right tire size to make it read correctly. Most people have problems getting their computer to work if they have to adjust the sensor's distance to the receiver. I've had to play around with computers to get them to do something. You're good to go once it's set. It's important to be patient and experiment. I've probably only had to return two of the bike computers I've purchased. When I read negative reviews on bike computers, I think some of the people didn't have much patience. It's not complicated, but sometimes it takes a bit of adjustment. I think you will be very happy with this computer.
SWITCH between bikes. You can use one computer for two bikes with dual tire size. The bicycle computer can record cyclists' RMP, cycling real time distance, speed, driving time, and calories consumed. The riders can better manage their training processes. The bike computer can be adjusted to three brightness levels. You can read the screen data during the day. It will help reduce the security risks caused by the distraction of viewing small screen or screen reflection during riding. The waterproof design of their bicycle computer can resist the rain and snow. It can be used for more than 80 hours without a backlight, which is suitable for long-distance cycling. Simply mount the sensor in the correct location and it will read the data while cycling. The sensor should not be more than 2 cm from the magnet. You can install it in different positions with two special mount holders. It's not suitable for solid wheels for most types of bicycles, including common bicycles, mountain bikes, road bikes, electronic bikes, folding bikes, and almost all cycling bicycles with a Spoke-Wheel frame. The products are produced by the Meilan Factory and have a three-month replacement and one-year warranty. If there is a problem with using, please contact them, their customer service team will help you out.
👤I had issues with the companion app, but a software update fixed them. The computer is perfect after the update. The setup isn't easy. The manual is hard to understand. It doesn't say that changing from metric to imperial affects the wheel size table. It took me a while to figure out how to divide the values. The odometer is a bit off as compared to my phone gps and mile markers on the trail. The entire setup is needed to change the wheel size value. The included tie wraps for the installation of the cadence sensor are weak and should be replaced. There is a I have no issues with the computer after I solved the initial problems. The numbers are easy to read. The battery life seems to be as advertised, I'm still on the first charge. I don't think you can get a better computer for less. There is a change to be made. I reduced the rating because the data sync on the phone is not fixed after several app updates. Still like it.
👤I was looking for a cycle computer to replace my Cateye. I liked the features of that computer and wanted to duplicate them as close as possible. I ordered the description because it met my requirements. I was able to install it on my bike after having it for a few weeks. I am an instruction reader and found the instructions to be very brief and not very clear. I got the basics setup and linked it to the sensor and headed out for a ride. I was concerned that the speed was not right and confirmed it quickly, but continued on the ride. I spent the better part of an hour going through the setup process multiple times and restoring factory defaults after I moved the bike inside. I couldn't get the wheel size to stay set. I have been looking for a wheel size set for a long time and finally got it. It took most of the first ride to figure out what the temperature gauge was, but I think it's an accurate reading. As soon as the weather permits, I will add many more miles. Many people are moving to phones for their tracking. I like the attached computer and know the details when I ride. The install and setup instructions are clear.
👤The company that made this has had several email interactions with me. There is a Here are the issues I described to him. I think the issue is not the sensors. There is a I think the issues are. The online video's instructions are poor. The order of operation is what gets the computer to connect. The order of operation is used to get the correct wheel size. The app was poor. There is a I need to save a workout on the computer for it to be transferred to the app. I found that the app connects to the sensors easily. I no longer use the computer, but I use the app. I'm considering returning the computer and keeping the sensors. I decided to buy the sensors and return the whole system. There is a The customer service rep went out of her way to accommodate me. There is a The system is flawed.
The heavy duty design has a streamlined style that looks good on any bike and weighs 0.26 lbs. You can track and train for cycling on your bike computer or phone. It is easy to install and lightweight. Attaches to your bike's wheel hub. The RPM sensors are integrated with ANT+, and connect to a variety of devices. You can record workout data with the Wahoo Fitness app. Works with over 50 Smartphone apps.
👤I bought this to use with my app. I didn't know how much the Peloton app relied on. The sensor makes the workout. The Candence can be seen on the Peloton app screen if you connect the sensor directly from your workout. A lot of the reviews say you can't, but that's not true.
👤I bought both speed and cadence at the same time. Delivery was made late at night to my neighbors house. I retrieved after intercepting. The Star Trac NXT Spinner has a solid wheel. You can install onto a spin bike if you want, but you can't do it on a regular bike. It took less than a minute to install the two watches and display them in the app. I measured the wheel diameter with a soft tape measure and entered it in the "Custom" box when setting up the Speed sensor. I got on my spinner and started pedaling, the app showed that I was going 16 mph and was at 67rpm. I will try to update my iPad mini 4 with workout info. I was riding in Italy with a group of riders and I was able to get a 7 day trial of Zwift. If you can judge the real life feel of the resistance you apply to the spin wheel, it is realistic and can be used to play a game. I am very pleased with my setup.
👤It works great. I bought this to attach the arm of my bike to the app so I can follow along with my workouts. The sensor seems to work well. I was able to follow the suggestedrpm during my workout. Very happy with the purchase! This is the sensor for your bike. You can attach it with zip ties or with a sticky 3M piece. I used the sticky 3M during my workout.
👤It's referred to as the TLDR. If you want to use the external speed sensors directly with the Strava app, you should not purchase this combo, as they don't appear to have any intention of changing this. You can use the Wahoo app to track your ride and then have it uploaded to Strava, but this means you'd miss out on some of the premium features of Strava that you only get in-app. There is a I don't need the speed sensor since it is pointless to me since I use it exclusively with Strava, and the cadence sensor does what it's supposed to do.
👤For a few weeks now. I was able to put the Speed sensor on the left side of the bike using zip ties and double-side tape. I set the diameter and size of the wheel in the app. I'm just starting spinning and it's only up to about 15 mph. The pedal arm had a sensor on it. It's not a problem to get active on the phone. The blue light blinks when I spin the wheels and the app connects. Happy with the set up. Even though they don't recommend it, it's a good way to go. MyFitnessPal records it as walking very annoying if you pay for one of the premiums, so it's a little clunky connecting the data from the fitness app to the Wahoo App. If you want to follow along with training videos adjusting your speed and cadence, these senors will work for you. There is a photo added 5/14.
30 riding records can be stored in automatic storage. Long press the right key to enter the history data view, then exit the history interface. The M3GPS bicycle computer doesn't support some functions. If you have any questions, please contact them and they will help you solve your problems quickly and accurately. The wireless bike computer can be soaked in water and be dustproof, thanks to its waterproof function. On a rainy day, please don't be afraid of the data errors caused by an unexpected rain. Enjoy your ride! If you want to protect your odometer well, please don't soak it in the water for a long time, and dry it as soon as possible after you finish riding on a rainy day. A slight touch can start or close the backlight mode, resulting from their distinctive and efficient touch technology. The latest sport data can always be found in ways that you can check anytime. What a great companion. Are you still concerned about the use of the bike computer for indoor cycling? Take it easy! Their bike computer exerts a wireless distance of 130 cm, which is much longer than an ordinary one. It's still sensitive enough to accurately measure the real-time data when mounted on the rear wheel. Only suits for bicycles over 16 inches with 2mm spokes are allowed. The built-in CR2032 3V button cell battery can last for at least 8 months, which is quite durable. There will be a low battery reminder if you forget. When the battery is replaced, the previously stored data will be automatically cleared, but the shutdown will not affect the data storage. The bike computer has a variety of functions, which can match your daily riding needs, such as real-time/average/maximum speed, odometer, trip distance, temperature, trip time, timer, calories, fat burned and kilometer to mile. You can change the interface at any time. You can get your riding status instantly.
👤The magnet sensor needs to be put in a certain way so that it's 1/16 inch away from the magnet. It takes several hundred feet for the speedometer to wake up if you don't do this. This fix cured an issue where the speedometer would stop working. There is a I mounted the speedometer with the right/ left mounting holes. Pull the zip ties slowly. It's hard to get the speedometer on/off if you do that. There is a The batteries were installed before the unit was lit. The instructions should be changed and a pull tab put on the batteries. The Green Prunus has worked well for 9 months after I bought a second bike speedometer. I searched for a Prunus Speedometer and found nothing. I found an older silver version at the Prunus store. I returned a competitive speedometer that I bought. The Green Prunus showed up when I searched again. I got it and it works just as well as my Green Prunus. Both of them work well.
👤This is a great price for someone who just wants to know how fast they are going and how far they traveled. The instructions need some work, so I included photos of the finished product. The sensor and spoke magnet proximity are important. Please take a look at the photos because that was not clear in the instructions. The unit does not come with a screw on mount, as shown in the photos. My wife had a basket attachment, so I modified the mount to screw onto her bike. I am sure the zip tie mount will work, but this was permanent and made sense since her basket was in the way. There is a This thing works perfectly once I figure out the spoke magnet and sensor. After a couple of wheel revolutions, the activity stops. She likes it, and it does what is needed. Our main reason for purchase was the speedometer and eometer.
👤The product is worth the money. I bought this to use with a bike trainer stand and I'm using it to track my exercise. I didn't expect much out of this device, just wanted a general idea of my work out statistics, but I am very impressed with its accuracy. This device is so accurate that I can't believe how accurate the info from my stationary bike is. This product has an edge over other brands because it can be mounted to the back frame, a necessity for me because my front tire does not spin in the trainer stand. I returned a highly rated reader because it didn't have the range to collect information from the back tire. The sensor and magnet used to generate your info needs to be very close, like 3mm away, but the other device I returned had the same distance, so I think that will be a common flaw. Make sure to put the magnet on the outside of the spokes, close to the tire. The closer it is to the center, the more inaccurate your reading will be. I am very happy with the product, price and shipping speed.
If you have a question, you can reach out or watch the videos. Click "add to cart" now to have peace of mind. All of your favorites. Current, max, and average speed, total distance, trip distance, elapsed time, calories, carbon offset, pace arrow, and clock are displayed. Don't go to the small stops. Are you caught at a red light? Do you stop for coffee? They've got you covered. When you stop, your CatEye computer stops counting time and average speed. The Velo 9 has a wired speed sensor. Because you care. The 9 velo tracks calories and carbon offset. Go the distance. You can forget about the battery if it lasts up to three years.
👤I bought my first bike computer in the 80s and it cost around 80 bucks. Oh! Being able to track miles with incredible accuracy added a whole new aspect to my cycling. I've ridden 186,000+ miles since then. Cateye computers track most of it. I've tried other brands, but always came back to the Cateye for its ease of use and reliability. The "Velo 7 model" is a bike that has 7 functions, including speed, trip miles, odometer, clock, average speed and max speed. There is a Well, lo and behold, they've changed it to a "Velo 9." I'm budget-conscious and the Velo 7 is more expensive than the Velo 9 in white. I'm happy with it, except for the two new functions. "Beuse you care" is explained in the promotional literature. The 9 velo tracks calories and carbon offset. There is a Well, guess what? I don't care. It's just good for people who care. There is a I might care if those figures were meaningful. Guess what? Calories are subject to many variables that are not factored in. I weigh over 200 pounds. I will burn more calories than a rider who is half my weight. If I coast for the same number of miles, I'll burn more calories riding 5 miles uphill or into the wind. And... The Carbon Offset is located in the middle of the city. Huh? Is that dependent on what form of transportation I would be using, if not riding my bike? I'm probably offsetting carbon when I ride my bike, instead of borrowing the Missus' Family Truckster. I'm below Algore, who rides in a limo. It's silly to make a pretense of measuring carbon offset. I don't think my bicycling will make the planet last another year. I'll take back everything I said if I can get some carbon money. Toggling past my caloris and set is not a big deal. I care. Ride on, friends. If you like the numbers, feel free to ignore my editorializing.
👤My wife uses her bike on a bike stand for indoor training so she had to mount it on the rear wheel. I had to mount the computer on the tube part of the frame because of the short cord. The frame for the wheel was too far away from the wheel spokes so I had to jury-rig the sensor so that it was close enough to register. There is a The package and instructions we received were all written in Japanese. The English instruction manual was on the Cateye website. There is a It is working well. I have given this 4 stars so far because I would like the cord to be longer so I could actually mount this on the handlebars. I don't know if there is a technical reason for not using a longer wire. It's still a problem. I wish there was a backlight to make it easier to read when it's not as light.
👤There is an update on 08/15/2020. To get a direct read on the cadence, set the wheel circumference to 166 cm. Magnets were only needed on one spoke of the chainwheel. 86rpm is equal to 8.6kph on the display. It was easy to read on the Velo 9. I use my Velo 9 as a cadence meter. I use a sensor to detect magnets on my bike. If you have a four-spoke chainring, you can enter your tire circumference as your speed unit. The biggest number that can be entered for tire circumference is 299 cm. There is an update on 08/15/2020. To get a direct read on the cadence, set the wheel circumference to 166 cm. Magnets were only needed on one spoke of the chainwheel. 86rpm is equal to 8.6kph on the display. It was easy to read on the Velo 9. I used a gps app on my phone to check theoretical and actual mph. The actual mph was always within a hair of the theoretical mph. It is important. magnets are not toys. They should be kept away from kids. There are additional notes. A smaller display will work. The same programming is used. I used rare earth magnets. The neodymium are much stronger than ceramic. The smallest chain ring I own has four spokes. I put two magnets on each spoke to get closer to the sensor. The magnets have not moved in over 100 miles of riding. Someday, I may use Silicone glue to secure them. I am an old, fat, out-of-shape guy who has gained weight during the COVID-19 shutdown. Getting serious about riding the bike has gotten me back down to my pre-pandemic weight. There is a It was a good thing that I pedaled faster than I thought. My cadence is about 60. My exercise cadence is 76-86. My shift to a higher gear is anything over 90. I wanted a cheaper meter than my bike. I didn't want to deal with wireless internet. My 9 velo meter works well. I am happy with the results.
Both the ants and the wireless devices are compatible. The Unisky direct drive bike trainer stand can be used for road or mountain bikes. The bike trainer is compatible with the SHIMANO/SRAM card type. When you use 8/9/10 speed cassette, an adjusting shim is needed to be put on the hub. You can directly fit the flywheel if you use an 11-speed cassette. The cassette is not included. The direct drive fluid bike trainer has both ANT+ and Bluetooth connections. You can keep track of your performance data with ANT+ orBluetooth connected. The power module's button battery is not included in the package. The trainer is for speed bicycles. The service team is here for any questions. The indoor bike trainer with noise reduction wheel makes cycling virtually silent and affords lower friction than other stationary bikes. The trainer does not make noise. The bike stand is made of smooth aluminum and has a direct drive fluid resistance. The exercise bike home trainer has a wide base and low posture. The wide frame and front wheel block keep it stable. The anti-slip rubber feet fit for the floor in different conditions, preventing movement for stability on any surface. Installation of the bicycle trainer, connect to the app, indoor riding can begin within 10 minutes. Take the bike off the trainer and fold it up. It will take no space at your home. You can decorate your home with silver and red.
👤The trainer I bought was to replace a cheap one. I was never able to find a solution to the dilemma of getting enough resistance with acceptable tire degradation and good reliability. There is a This trainer is cheap. It is very sturdy and has good build quality. You have to install the legs, adjust the height, level the unit, and rotation the 4 leg end caps for a perfect leveling. The left side of the axle has an accessory on it. A bike with a front suspension could be an issue if the fork is locked out. There is a It does not come with a cassette, so you need to install your own. The free-hub is a standard type. The installation of the cassette is the most difficult part of the assembly, but it is not that difficult with the right cassette removal tool set. I installed a 7-speed cassette with a 4-mm spacer on my bike. I have not adjusted the belt tensioner mechanism yet. It comes with a ANT+ /Bluetooth accessory, but no battery. I don't use it very much. The power curve would have to be entered somehow, because I assume it will only give speed information. There is a The first thing I noticed is how quiet it is. The combination of high inertia and fluid resistance works well. Changing gears and cadence is the only thing you can do with it because it has a fixed power curve. The resistance housing gets warm in use. It depends on how hard you push this thing. I have been using it on my bike highest gear, and I wish the resistance was a little stronger at low speed. The relatively low power limit of 1128 W / 60 km/hr is not an issue for me because there is way more resistance that I can use when I increase the cadence. There is a This trainer was very good. I have been using this trainer for almost a year now and I use it every weekday. At some point, it developed a really loud annoying noise, like an internal plastic part hitting the housing at each revolution. I split the big resistance/brake housing and was happy to find a very fine design. The big silver housing contains the fluid resistance/brake. It is a sealed unit and there is no rotating shaft. The resistance/brake is driven by magnets that are attached to a wheel in the shaft. The noise was caused by a hard point on the shaft bearing. The plastic wheel was hit and separated from the fan by the combination of strong magnets and small speed drops. A squirt of oil got rid of the hard point. The noise was gone.
There are accessories. There are other accessories available for purchase. The CR 2032 10xBlister is a battery. You can use the wireless connection to connect external devices to get more accurate data. The large screen can be seen from all angles under the sun. There is a white backlight and a 2-level brightness. Data in high-speed operation can still be seen clearly at a glance with the high grade IML anti-scratch mirror. The battery life is up to 80 hours after full charged. Any charging device with a 5V port can be used to charge theusb. The package of Blade includes a set of BLE4.0 wireless speed & cadence sensor. The sensor and magnet need to be fixed firmly. Please make sure that the gap between the speed sensor and the cadence sensor is not more than 2 cm. There are two small triangles on the sensor. The triangle should be aligned with the speed and cadence magnets. Spin bikes, indoor sports bikes, indoor bikes and some bikes have a larger flat-fork span or short crank are not recommended. If the sensor and blade can't be used together, please contact the seller for a software upgrade. If you have any questions, please contact them and they will be glad to help.
👤Where to start? The experience of trying to install, sync, and make the product work was a nightmare. The product should not be sold to the public. The instructions are written in Chinese and English. The sound of one hand clapping was what I heard when I tried to use the downloaded app, which looked and functioned like it was created by a 9 year old. The device would not recognize its own speed or cadence. The power meter wouldn't pair since it couldn't meet basic functions in other areas. Amazon should ban this product from being sold in the US.
👤It is a sleek unit. It's simplicity and design are what I like. There is a There are pros and cons to sync times. Slow. Doesn't give you feedback. Sometimes the app crashes and needs to be restarted. There is a It's either temp or HR, but not at the same time. The model that shows the TEMP on the top next to the time is similar to the one that shows the HR. I've only been able to display the temp when it's in PAUSED MODE. I couldn't find a way to export the file. From the app or theusb. There is a The pros are listed. It's easy to use if you use a simple head unit. It is easy to install Bright backlight. On, low and high. There are 4 buttons. There is a button on the back. There is a The COOSPOO BC107 can be had with the same sensors and you can export the files from the app. The temp is displayed on the top bar. There is a It gets the job done despite the inaccurate altitude.
👤I'm very happy with this. This is on a mountain bike. I do a lot of curb jumping in the city, and the bike has not fallen yet, and it does not rattle around. There is a I get about 6 hours on a charge with the light on, it works well for night riding. There is a The wireless sensors are nice, but I had some issues with the crank and chain stays. I had to modify the shape of the magnet. The instructions state that the sensor and magnets have to be less than 2 cm from each other. The readings will not be correct if the gap is too big. There is a Everything fitness has an app now. None of them work together for me. I have anther app on my phone. It allows for a summary of the ride.
The features include moto-style handlebars, pro-style grips, triple crown fork, and a tow hook attachment. The 2-In-1 Trainer has dual exercise modes which saves space in your home gym or home office. The option of full body Seated fitness is provided by their foam bike seat. Transitions are easy to stand, sit and adjust resistance. The seat can be adjusted vertically and horizontally for up to 7 different user heights. The safety features include: an inflatable cushion, 4 handlebars and a covered fan flywheel. The front and rear stabilizers give the user side-to-side safety. The Fan Resistance provides a smooth glide.
👤It's easy to put together, it fits in small space, and it serves the purpose I bought it for. I don't feel it has enough tension to make it a really sweat-worthy workout, the elliptical motion is not very smooth, using the moving handle bars makes the bike feel a bit unsteady, and you have to slightly concentrate on making sure your weight is balanced in the center of the The instruction manual tells the user to tighten everything every 30 days.
👤It is loud. The wheel leans to the left of the base while it is being used. The louder the noise, the more you use it. Sometimes when I use the elliptical part while standing on the peddles it makes a loud bang. This was the replacement for the first one. The first one did it. Would I ever buy this again? Absolutely not.
👤I have been using my elliptical trainer for 4 months and 24 lbs. It was easy to put together and it's holding up nicely. I have hard wood floors and they tend to slide a bit when I run fast, but I don't think I'll fall, so I'm happy with it. I use grease on the bolts that move the most to keep them from wearing and sometimes the foot cups get loose so I tighten them every week or so. It's a good deal for what I paid, but I would recommend getting the two year warranty after reading a lot of reviews. I paid $16 for it. It's added peace of mind that I paid for a machine. It's been a great thing to have in front of the TV, because after a while I forget I'm exercising. I enjoy watching and moving. Hope that helps!
👤I will say that the bike does its job. I like the stand up option. The tracker is fine. Nothing special or accurate. I loved it when I first got it. It was perfect. After about 1-2 months of use, it has begun making a loud clicking noise. It sounds like a herd of elephants are running in my living room. A herd of dogs sometimes. It's as quiet as one would expect. If anyone is trying to do anything else in the house, it renders it useless. You can't hear your music or videos. You cut your workout short because of it. I really wanted to like it, but there are days when I don't. It's loud and obnoxious.
👤If you're looking for something on the smaller side, this is a great elliptical. It took me a long time to decide which one I wanted. I have done a lot of research on elliptical machines, and I am very happy with this one. I thought it would be cheap compared to others. I'm surprised by how strong this is. I like the fact that you can use it as a bike. The seat adjusts so that you can sit at a comfortable height and distance from the handle bars. There's no difference between it and any other bike or elliptical. It's not loud. I would recommend this machine to everyone. So far, so good. I will update this review if there are any changes. I hope this helps.
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