The Regenerating Magnetic Upright Bike ME-702 by Marcy is a stationary bike that generates its own energy. As a result, there is no need for an electrical outlet, thus you can place the bike anywhere you wish.
To better suit any location, this exercise bike has adjustable levellers at the back of the bike. At the front of the bike, transport wheels make it easy to move your bike around as necessary.
With comfort in mind, the Regenerating Magnetic Upright Bike ME-702 has a comfortable seat that adjusts both forward to backward and high to low. This will accommodate users of varying heights as well as leg lengths. While the looped pedals will have you focused on getting the most intense workout possible, lose yourself in your run and music with the speaker built into the display monitor!
The large computer display will help you easily keep track of your workouts to maximize your progress. The Monitor displays time, distance, RPM, speed, calories, body fat, watts, pulse recovery, and pulse. To bring variety and organization to your runs, the monitor has 23 Programs including a Heart Rate Program, a body fat program, and more!
Maximum user weight: 136 kg.
Assembled Dimensions: 38" (97 cm) L x 20" W (51 cm) x 52" H (132 cm)
Specifications & Computer Details
Large Computer Display utilised to track your progress.
The display shows distance, RPM, speed, calories, body fat, watts, pulse recover, and pulse.
The monitor has 23 programs including a Heart Rate Program, body fat program, and more!
The monitor includes a built-in speaker as well.
2-year all parts covered
This rowing machine is fully compliant with the below safety standards:
CE Marking on a product is a manufacturer's declaration that the product complies with the essential requirements of the relevant European health, safety and environmental protection legislations
European EN957 safety standards, these standards ensure the product is placed through the following tests:
Mechanical Safety Tests : Mechanical safety testing evaluates the equipment design for pinch points, shear hazards, pull in and trapping hazards and similar hazards, which can arise during use of fitness equipment.
Intrinsic Loading Tests: Intrinsic loading tests the equipment to determine if the equipment can withstand the loads which are an intrinsic part of the usage of the equipment (such as weights), plus an adequate safety margin.
Extrinsic Loading Tests: Extrinsic loading tests the equipment to determine if the equipment can withstand the loads, which are extrinsic (such as user body mass), again with an adequate safety margin.