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Tesco branded exercise bike - £12.00 in store @ Tesco

£12.00 @ Tesco
Found in Wrexham branch - may be store specific, but not on a yellow price ticket with a "was" price of £49.99 Blurb:- Finished in a silver coloured coating with dark grey accessories, this exerci…
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Found in Wrexham branch - may be store specific, but not on a yellow price ticket with a "was" price of £49.99

Blurb:-
Finished in a silver coloured coating with dark grey accessories, this exercise bike features tension adjustment, and displays speed, distance, time and calories used. 100kg maximum body weight. Batteries included.

View on Tesco Direct here (at full price online)
http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.204-1357.aspx

Originally posted here at £34.99 - (didn't have best reviews)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/574668/tesco-exercise-bike-15-off-34-99-te
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#1
http://www.foiltrays.co.uk/exercisebike.jpg
#2
That's not a bad price for a clothes horse :p
#3
Knowing me it will end up still in the box and used as a table
:p
#4
Buy water instead of a tonne of Pepsi Max, a lot more healthy and effective if you are going to be doing lots of cycling!
#5
Can someone confirm if this is a nation-wide deal?
#6
I will check both tesco Dumfries stores later tonight, not even going to bother with the Annan store, they never seem to have anything thats ever posted on here.
#7
Dantooine
Buy water instead of a tonne of Pepsi Max, a lot more healthy and effective if you are going to be doing lots of cycling!


Or use water from the tap, cheaper still
#8
100kg, thats what I'm trying to get down to, I'm a 6ft 2in man with a rugby build. No good for me.
#9
Good price..............but you will have one sore bottom.
#10
Do these make a lot of noise?
#11
I bought what looks like the exact same model from Argos for £30 a few months ago, and if it's the same, this is a great deal.
It's ideal for the average person who just wants to get/stay fit. Obviously it's not for a die-hard gym visitor, and I wouldn't recommend it if you're on the larger side (as a 12st 6ft male, I probably wouldn't use it if I was much taller or heavier).
£12 - great buy.
#12
Don't think you'll need the wiper blades :?
#13
Dantooine
Buy water instead of a tonne of Pepsi Max, a lot more healthy and effective if you are going to be doing lots of cycling!


Wroing, water is for wimps, pepsi max is sugar free but still with the great taste of pepsi and provides loads of energy for exercise and a refreshing lift after exercise too :p
#14
Bully
Wroing, water is for wimps, pepsi max is sugar free but still with the great taste of pepsi and provides loads of energy for exercise and a refreshing lift after exercise too :p


Pepsi Max is chemical dogshit - buying that, the wiperblades and the "spare room shin cracker" must have caused the checkout op to laugh their arse off :)

At least £12 isn't too much to waste on something you'll use as a towel rack in 1 months time :)
#15
Any other exercise equipment? (I got one of these from the last ASDA deal on them!)
#16
therealjohnpeat
Pepsi Max is chemical dogshit - buying that, the wiperblades and the "spare room shin cracker" must have caused the checkout op to laugh their arse off :)


Good job I put the Strongbow back then :p
#17
Doesn't look any cheaper made than the £100+ models IMO.
http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/7/AW08204-1357TPS363975.jpg
#18
Don,t quote me on this but about 8 out of 10 houses on any random rd/street have a piece of exercise/gym equipment that is not being used as it should be Either as a clothes prop or in the garage.

Be honest own up if you,re one of them, lets see how many we get.
#19
stphnstevey
Any other exercise equipment? (I got one of these from the last ASDA deal on them!)


I didn't notice anything else on offer, except for golf gloves, but they don't count :-D
#20
Bought one similar from Asda awhile ago - horrible cycling action on it, the adjustment thing doesnt have much variance and to be fair i am gonna throw it in the skip and buy a decent one - the difference between it and one i use in the gym wasn't even funny - i know these are not gym grade etc but the fact you can't even get a natural pedal motion going was just poor..

Waste of time imho. not voted either way because you might get more than £12 from a scrap merchant for it!
#21
I had one of these and the pedal kept falling off lol
#22
charliebrown
Don't think you'll need the wiper blades :?


LOL :-D Maybe if he uses it outside!
#23
kidou
LOL :-D Maybe if he uses it outside!


Perhaps I can make a SInclair C5 out of it :whistling:
#24
hotukdealz;8789355
Or use water from the tap, cheaper still

but not as healthy as bottled
#25
Bully;8789540
Wroing, water is for wimps, pepsi max is sugar free but still with the great taste of pepsi and provides loads of energy for exercise and a refreshing lift after exercise too :p

but in some ways is worse for your health than full fat coke as it contains even more artificial substances, some which have been linked to cancer (although there has been plenty of denials - he says in a cynical way that smacks of a cover up)
#26
Evz1974;8789820
Bought one similar from Asda awhile ago - horrible cycling action on it, the adjustment thing doesnt have much variance and to be fair i am gonna throw it in the skip and buy a decent one - the difference between it and one i use in the gym wasn't even funny - i know these are not gym grade etc but the fact you can't even get a natural pedal motion going was just poor..

Waste of time imho. not voted either way because you might get more than £12 from a scrap merchant for it!


fair point but i suspect the ones in your gym are £2000+
#27
Evz1974
Bought one similar from Asda awhile ago - horrible cycling action on it, the adjustment thing doesnt have much variance and to be fair i am gonna throw it in the skip and buy a decent one - the difference between it and one i use in the gym wasn't even funny - i know these are not gym grade etc but the fact you can't even get a natural pedal motion going was just poor..

Waste of time imho. not voted either way because you might get more than £12 from a scrap merchant for it!


Unless you are doing work to increase your CV performance you don't need more resistance than getting your heart to 110-130bpm. Perfect fat burning zone and this would be fine.
#28
wish i had one near here. need one of them as well
#29
Bully
...pepsi max is sugar free but still with the great taste of pepsi and provides loads of energy for exercise..



If you really think it provides 'loads of energy' you should read the calorie information on the can/bottle.
#30
why dont people just get outside and go for a walk.much more interesting and costs nothing !!!
#31
makershaker
Do these make a lot of noise?

No, you have to do that yourself.
#32
Ice-Fyre
I had one of these and the pedal kept falling off lol

I had one of these but couldn't get the damned thing started.
#33
deadcalm
why dont people just get outside and go for a walk.much more interesting and costs nothing !!!



I got a treadmill because I'm petrified of dogs - and don't want them chasing me with knob head owners shouting "Don't worry, he won't hurt you".



I'm originally from Wrexham - anyone seen Big June recently? Heard poor old Hoppy was found dead in a river :O(
#34
I dread to think the quality of this...
#35
Doesn't seem to be nationwide, same bike in Coatbridge Tesco is Full price, checked at tills:x
#36
2005CLAIRE
I got a treadmill because I'm petrified of dogs - and don't want them chasing me with knob head owners shouting "Don't worry, he won't hurt you".



I'm originally from Wrexham - anyone seen Big June recently? Heard poor old Hoppy was found dead in a river :O(


If you are on about a dude who rides around a lot with a bizarre helmet and signs about fags etc on his bike - he is still alive and kicking - or was about 2 weeks ago I last saw him but thats more around Chester than Wrexham so probably not your dude..
#37
Matt.Wild
Unless you are doing work to increase your CV performance you don't need more resistance than getting your heart to 110-130bpm. Perfect fat burning zone and this would be fine.


Agreed but what I am saying is these are nearly un-rideable (is that a new word I just made?) - the motion of the pedals halts/grinds when the pedals are at 12 and 6 o clock position and just makes it a very poor ride - be better off just walking up and down your stairs to get your bpm to 110 than use this - albeit with the caveat that it was just like the one i got - honestly worst thing I bought this year so far I reckon... been on some cheapo ones in the past and they were ok but this one - never seen one as cruddy as it :(
#38
Best thing to get IMO is a cheap stepper from Argos and spend 30-60 mins 1-2x a day on it in front of a console or film. Thats what I do as I cut and the result is my avi.
#39
I wonder how many of these end up at the local tip once the novelty has worn off? :whistling:
#40
For £12 who cares LOL

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