This low-set 10-inch device will fit under most tables, meaning it's perfect for workouts at the office. It features a convenient online calorie calculator.
Modest range of motion.
An ultra-quiet exercise pedaler, perfect choice if you want a workout while you're in the office. It's low enough to put under pretty much any desk and the pedals are non-slip so you can use the machine comfortably no matter what type of shoe you're wearing.
Speed, time, distance, calories, scan
Keep track of 1000 minutes of exercise activity
Online calorie calculator; Includes desk display stand
24 x 20 x 10 inches; 23 lbs
Anti-skid pedals are suitable for almost any shoes and even let you train wearing socks only. An adjustable foot band can be adjusted to the user's feet of different sizes.
Turning the pedals not as smooth as expected.
The Hausse Portable Exercise Pedal Bike is a universal piece of sports equipment. It can be used on the floor for leg exercising and for arm muscle training on the desk. A built-in handle and lightweight construction ensure easy carrying.
LCD screen displays exercise time, distance, revolution count, revolution per minute and calories burned
Adjustable foot band; Built-in transport handle; Nylon strap (for securing exerciser to furniture)
13.7 x 15.7 x 11.6 inches; ~8 lbs
The full-metal steel frame won't get wobbly with time. The construction is collapsible, so it doesn't require a lot of storage space.
Weak resistance, suitable for physical therapy only.
You might not get a workout from this exerciser but that's only because it's intended for physical therapy, helping people recover the strength in their feet. It has wide pedals for comfortable use and the device is made out of sturdy steel so you can put your weight on it.
LCD screen displays exercise time, revolution count, revolution per minute and calories burned
Chromed steel frame; Non-skid ribbed rubber platform
16 x 20 x 14 inches; ~5 lbs
This machine boasts great durability. It can support users that weigh up to 220 Lbs.
This model is rather heavy.
If you're a bigger person and want to work out to get some good leg strength, this is a great pick as the device supports substantially more weight than its competitors. It's also pretty heavy so it won't skid on your floor while you're spinning the pedals. A reliable and affordable choice.
LCD displays Time, Speed, Distance, ODM, Calories
Supports up to 220 lbs
18 inches high; 20 lbs
The Cool Rev technology prevents overheating during intense workouts. The machine is fitted with a big, well-readable LCD display.
The pedals are too small for people with big feet.
A high-tech exerciser with cooling technology that prevents it from overheating during the most intense workouts. If you're not trying to get back on your feet but looking to build muscle instead, this is the choice for you.
LCD readout displays exercise time, revolution count, revolutions per minute and calories burned
1 AAA battery included; Bonus anchor strap
15.8 x 11.4 x 6.6 inches; 5.7 lbs
Limited lifetime warranty
DeskCycle Desk Exercise Bike
Ride off into the Sunset
Come to work early and spend the whole day groggy and irritable? You could caffeinate heavily to try and wake up or you could kill two birds with one stone and go for a small workout routine that can be done right at your desk! We’re talking, of course, about the DeskCycle Desk Exercise Bike pedal exerciser, a machine that can maintain your leg muscles strong and your mind awake even when your job gets mundane.
It’s a low-set 10-inch device that will fit comfortably under any desk, though we recommend using it with some leg room left. Don’t worry about the bike sliding away as it has a wide base with rubber inserts holding it in place. Spin the pedals as fast as you’d like, the DeskCycle bike will stand still though you’re bound to cover quite a few miles.
Don’t think that these devices are for gym rats only. If it’s your first workout in a while and you want to take it easy, you can choose between 8 resistance levels to determine how smoothly you want the pedals to glide. And you can spin those pedals all day long if you want to since the digital display will keep track of up to 1000 minutes of exercise at a time. You’ll see the calories burned, the distance “traveled”, and the speed at which you were going. Don’t worry about getting a speeding ticket though, as the range of motion is a bit restricted so you’re not likely to go all that fast.
So while the DeskCycle might not offer a full-body workout, it’s certainly one of the best choices for keeping your legs strong while you’re busy at the office. It’s a very quiet model so you’re not going to disturb your colleagues and the 8 resistance levels give you plenty of choice on how hard you want the workout to be. And if you don’t know what type of workout you want to do on your pedal exercise machine, check out these tips and see if you find something you like!
|Last updated price||$179.00|
What customers say about this product
Light And Portable
Those who seek a portable pedal exerciser should take a closer look at the Hausse Mini Exerciser Peddler. This model boasts a smart design that allows for carrying or moving it around with ease. First of all, the unit comes with a built-in handle that ensures a secure grip, so there is a low risk that it may slip off your hands. Secondly, the appliance weighs only 8 pounds, which makes it one of the lightest models on our list. Thanks to that, everyone including elderly people will be able to lift it up with ease.
In addition to this, we can call the Hausse exerciser a universal device since it allows users to train different muscle groups. You can put it on the floor and train your legs or use it as a tabletop exerciser and strengthen your arms. Thanks to the ergonomic design, it will fit on any standard-sized desk. The set also includes a strap that allows you to secure the exerciser to the furniture.
The pedals of the unit are pretty convenient as well. They can be adjusted specifically to your foot length, and you don’t have to wear sneakers to turn them. You can even do it in socks. Do note that the pedals may seem quite tough at first, moving less smoothly than expected, so you might need to apply extra force during the first couple of uses. That said, this issue isn't permanent and solves itself pretty quickly. Lastly, the model boasts a convenient display that shows useful info like time, distance, revolution, and burned calories.
Summing up, if you're looking for a universal and easy-to-carry device that will help you to stay in good shape, the pedal exerciser from Hausse is one of the better choices!
|Last updated price||$44.99|
Vaunn Fully Assembled
Let's Get Physical
Need to do some physical therapy but don’t have the time or money to go to the hospital to recover fully? Luckily, you can sit down and do the exercises at home, just get the Vaunn Medical Pedal Exerciser.
As the main purpose of the device is to help people recover after trauma, the manufacturer ships this model preassembled so you won’t have to strain your mind or arms trying to wrestle different metal parts together. Plus, it weighs just 4.4 pounds despite having an extra-sturdy chromed steel frame, which won’t bend even if you put your full weight on the pedals for prolonged exercise sessions.
However, as it’s a physical therapy device first and foremost, it doesn’t offer much in the way of resistance and you shouldn’t use it as a regular workout machine. You can, of course, adjust how tough the pedals are to spin but, at the end of the day, it’s not really a tool to build muscle mass.
The Vaunn Medical Pedal Exerciser is quite comfortable to use, though, thanks to the non-skid base and wide pedals which help you plant your feet firmly before you start exercising. And while it’s not intended for more than recuperation, it does the task it’s made for efficiently and conveniently, making it absolutely worth the money. These exercise pedals for disabled people will get you back on your feet in no time.
|Last updated price||$44.99|
Suny Health & Fitness SF-B0418
Riding on a Budget
Looking for an affordable way to workout and keep your health up? You should give the Suny Health & Fitness SF-B0418 a try as it’s a reasonably priced exercise machine that will be suitable for users of any size and weight.
This particular model weighs 20 pounds and thus won’t skid around even if you put the resistance level way up high. Plus, the exerciser supports up to 220 lbs so a bigger person can use it without worrying about damaging the equipment. While the frame may seem plastic, the insides are made of sturdy metal, reliable and non-rusting.
The Suny SF-B0418 comes disassembled, however, it is very easy to put it together and you should have no issue getting it up and running. Just remember to adjust the leg straps properly as per the safety protocols. All information that you need about your exercise will show up on the digital display, including time, speed, and distance cycled, as well as the calories you’ve burned during the workout.
We do wish that the Suny SF-B0418 gave you more resistance customization options as eight levels aren’t too bad but don’t quite do it. Plus, you might have a hard time moving the device owing to its weight. However, it’s an affordable and reliable workout pedaler that will still get the job done if what you want is to get your leg muscles in shape and/or you're a bigger person overall.
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Platinum Fitness PFP2100
Exercises on the Go
If you’re looking for more than just a light workout and want to get your leg muscles pumped, you’ll need a machine that can withstand hours of exercise while also providing comfort so that you don’t get worn out earlier than you have to. With that in mind, you should turn to the Platinum Fitness PFP2100 Folding exerciser, a compact and easy-to-use pedaler.
No matter how long your workout sessions will last, the device can sustain the pressure thanks to the Cool Rev technology, which keeps the exerciser from overheating. However, you need to be careful when spinning the pedals as the device doesn’t have non-skid feet or fixators and thus might move around if you put the resistance up too high. You do, however, get a strap which can be used to tie the exerciser to a chair or any other type of furniture.
We would recommend the Platinum Fitness PFP2100 to people with small-to-medium feet as the pedals are modestly-sized and a user with big feet might not feel entirely comfortable on them. Anybody, however, will enjoy the large digital display that shows how long you’ve been exercising, how many revolutions you’ve made in total and per minute, as well as how many calories you’ve burned.
Overall, this is a high-quality pedaler for people that want a good workout and need a device they can take anywhere. After you’ve finished your workout, you can simply fold the Platinum Fitness PFP2100 up and store it until you’re ready for another go.
|Last updated price||$49.11|
What Is a Pedal Exerciser?
Staying active is important no matter whether you’ve got sore feet, want to burn off some weight, look to strengthen your leg muscles, or require physical therapy to get you back on your feet. But not everybody has time or opportunity to go to the gym or spend tons of money on a personal trainer, especially the elderly and those of us stuck behind the desk in the office. That’s where a mini pedal exerciser will come in handy, a device that can be put under the desk or stay stationary next to your couch or bed. With this exerciser, you can sit still all day long and still get a workout in. A stationary lifestyle shouldn’t stop you from keeping your health up and a small pedal bike like this can be a godsend for seniors, especially if a doctor prescribes them physical therapy. Of course, a mini-bike isn’t exactly an all-around gym replacement but it’s good enough to improve leg muscles. Spinning the pedals is easy while you’re immersed in an Excel spreadsheet or stuck on a particularly puzzling task at work. These machines are especially beneficial to women, as they provide a moderate workout to both the upper and lower body, strengthening both hands and feet. Men might be better off with heavier equipment but a leg workout would do them good as well.