Exerpeutic WORKFIT Exercise Bike Review
One of the great things about exercise bikes is that they let you distract yourself while doing your workout.
You can easily listen to music, watch television, or even read a book while using an exercise bike.
But, one thing you are not able to do on a regular exercise bike is work.
Well, that is the idea behind the Exerpeutic WORKFIT Exercise Bike.
This exercise bike lets you get a workout while still working on your laptop. But, is this novelty exercise bike worth your time and money?
In this short review, you will find out everything that you need to know about this bike, including its key features, its pros, and its cons.
Key features of the Exerpeutic WORKFIT Exercise Bike
- The exercise bike comes with an adjustable desk that operates at 3 angles (0, 16, and 33) and 5 different heights.
- Designed to handle people weighing up to 300 pounds.
- 8 different levels of resistance.
- Exercise bike comes with storage desk and foam arm rest.
Is the Exerpeutic WORKFIT Exercise Bike Worth Buying?
Many of you are probably skeptical about working while exercising, but believe us when we say that this bike is extremely comfortable.
The desk can be easily adjusted to work with your laptop or tablet.
The bike is extremely comfortable. It has extra soft seating and foam arm rests. This allows you to work for long hours without becoming sore.
Plus, the added storage desk makes it easy to keep any papers organized and at the ready.
Of course, if you do not feel like working, you can do other things while exercising as well.
You can watch movies on your laptop, play games, etc.
In terms of actual exercise quality, the bike is serviceable.
It has 8 resistance levels, so those just starting out can start at the lowest level and slowly work their way up to the highest level.
Even at the highest resistance levels, the bike does not really make any noise, so you will not be distracted while trying to get work done.
There are 2 major issues with this bike. First off, the seat is not adjustable.
So, if you are a bit shorter, then you have to lean forward a bit, which means that you end up not having any back support.
Secondly, the screen on the bike which is supposed to show you information like how long your workout has been going on is a bit hard to read and it seems to break relatively easily.