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A high quality fully adjustable One Body exercise bike with computer functions and pulse sensor at a great price.

Was £58.97
Save £20.05

Now £38.92
that a saving of 33%
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#1
Dont forget the 2% quidco and the £5 off (a £10 spend) voucher currently listed :-D
#2
Thanks for the heads up solid. I've added info to the title as "deal of the day" doesn't tell the casual browsers very much :) Also added a pic and updated the price to include delivery. There's a link in my sig to give pointers on posting deals which is useful :)

Quite a price for this!

Thanks!
#3
http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/1/WK44200-6841TPS100772.jpg
#4
Thanks for the reminder JJ7 :)
#5
emmajk42
Thanks for the heads up solid. I've added info to the title as "deal of the day" doesn't tell the casual browsers very much :) Also added a pic and updated the price to include delivery. There's a link in my sig to give pointers on posting deals which is useful :)

Quite a price for this!

Thanks!

thanx ... :-D all help appreciated
#6
Darn it! I'm too late posting - AGAIN.
#7
sorry JJ7 ... maybe next time
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#8
As good a price as it is, you will be thoroughly disappointed with this is you get it. There is absolutely no resistance in the bike. Keep turning it up so it makes it harder but it wont because it has a very small limit to it.
#9
Sainsbury were offering the same model for £35 in January. I purchased one, lets just say you pay for what you get. The thing was rubbish, returned it the next day. It would grind when you upped the resistance.
#10
Winchy
As good a price as it is, you will be thoroughly disappointed with this is you get it. There is absolutely no resistance in the bike. Keep turning it up so it makes it harder but it wont because it has a very small limit to it.

Totally agree.
I bought a cheap exercise bike from Asda in january for £40, really dissapointed with the thing,
As winchy has stated there is hardly any resistance in it.
I wish i'd gone for a more expensive one with magnetic resistance.
Think twice.
#11
maybe wait for these to go down by 70% then they may be worth the money!
#12
I had a York model for about 8 years and actually used it a lot. The thing finally rusted out where the stem to the handlebars joins the main body. However the resistance on it was great and it was generally very strong and took a massive amount of punishment to last 8 years. So my recommendation is a York model. I foolishly bought a Reebok model and its total rubbish in comparision so I'm looking now to get another York model.
#13
You can get a decent magnetic resistance bike from Argos for not much more.

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