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Product description

SereneLife Model : SLXB18

Folding Digital Exercise Bike

Smart Stationary Exercise Bike - Digital Fitness Bicycle Pedal Trainer with Pulse Monitor, Fold-Away Style

Features:
  • Indoor Stationary Cycling Bike Trainer
  • Running amp; Training Data Statistics Readout
  • Built-in Hand Grip Sensors for BPM Pulse Monitoring
  • LCD Digital Display Screen with Electronic Button Controls
  • Displays Run Time, Distance, Speed, Calories Burned, Heart Rate
  • Adjustable Flywheel Pedal Resistance Level Adjustment
  • Integrated Arm Resistance Band Training
  • Used for Bicep, Deltoid, Chest Pull amp; Lateral Arm Exercises
  • Folding Exercise Bike Style for Storage and Transport
  • Height Adjustable Bicycle Seat
  • Perfect for Weight Loss, Cardiovascular Fitness, Endurance amp; Stamina Building

  • Technical Specs:
  • Flywheel Resistance Adjustment: 1 - 8 Strength Level Intensity
  • Maximum Weight Support: Up to 265 lbs.
  • *Some Assembly Required
  • Battery Operated LCD Display, Requires (2) x ‘AA’ Batteries, Included
  • Total Folded Dimensions (L x W x H): 53.1 x 20.9’’ x 21.7’’ -inches
  • Total Open Dimensions (L x W x H): 42.1’’ x 20.9’’ x 42.3’’ -inches


  • From the manufacturer

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    Flywheel Resistance Adjustment 1 - 8 Strength Level Intensity 5.5 lbs. (2.5 kg) 8.8 lbs. (4 kg.)
    Maximum Weight Support Up to 265 lbs. 242 lbs. (110 kg.) 242 lbs. (110 kg.)
    Total Folded Dimensions 53.1 x 20.9’’ x 21.7’’ 56.0'' x 14.0'' x 22.0''
    Total Open Dimensions 42.1’’ x 20.9’’ x 42.3’’ -inches 47.0'' x 38.0’’ x 22.0’’ 57.5’’ x 31.8’’ x 23.0’’

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