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Value Stepper With Computer only £5.00 @ Tesco

£5.00 @ Tesco Direct
Great price for a stepper Step your way to fitness with this stepper from the Tesco Value range. This step machine features a computer which measures step count, approximate calories burned and ti… Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Great price for a stepper

Step your way to fitness with this stepper from the Tesco Value range. This step machine features a computer which measures step count, approximate calories burned and time. It also has non-slip footplates, making it safer to use. 1 x PP3 battery is required for the computer on this step machine.
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#1
http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/9/SS07200-1639TPS105857.jpg


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#2
get free dlivery by purchasing a sim & then return the SIM to store for refund.:thumbsup:
#3
Voted COLD as I prefer this computer stepper instead !
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#4
I picked on up on Sat, appears well made. Well worth £5
P.S. Mine had a "computer" on it, and looked a little better than this picture.
#5
:-DWhat type of computer do you get - is it C2D?
#6
Do these ones have the twisting movement as well as the standard up and down stepping movement ?
#7
Its vertical movement only, but at this price a good deal
#8
Is this available in store?
#9
Does anyone else find it ironic that Tescos also want to also sell you all the crisps, cakes, biscuits etc. to make you fat in the first place?
:?
These days anything goes to make money I guess. (sadly).
#10
Why don't you just go for a walk?
#11
Because people like me have joint problems which require low impact machines like this to excercise without their joints hurting.

Voted hot.
#12
Thermal Rider
Does anyone else find it ironic that Tescos also want to also sell you all the crisps, cakes, biscuits etc. to make you fat in the first place?
:?
These days anything goes to make money I guess. (sadly).


Not really. I think people need to take responsibility themselves for maintaining a balanced diet with occasional indulgent snacks such as biscuits and cakes, along side a regular exercise program. Although these aren't exactly the most effective exercise machines ever invented, I'd rather buy it here for £5 than pay much more for it elsewhere...
banned#13
But how long will something like this last, if you honestly use it regularly? Voted cold.
#14
Hot from me. Low-impact exercise is good for you, £5 is a good price, it looks sturdy enough, and most importantly, unlike most other household fitness equipment, it doesn't take up a colossal amount of space or weigh 30 kilos.
banned#15
Looks like goo value to me for £5. Voted hot.
#16
steamsmyclams
But how long will something like this last, if you honestly use it regularly? Voted cold.


Thats the reason why you voted cold. :thinking:

For £5 if i got one and it fell apart after a month i wouldn't feel hard done to. This is a bargain for a fiver.
#17
Thermal Rider
Does anyone else find it ironic that Tescos also want to also sell you all the crisps, cakes, biscuits etc. to make you fat in the first place?
:?
These days anything goes to make money I guess. (sadly).


No, it's not ironic. They sell things they think people will buy that they can get cheap. People buy crisps, cakes and steppers (though, not necessarily the same people). Btw, cakes don't make you fat, unless you eat 12 a day and do no physical activity. I could say carrots makes you fat. If you eat 1000 a day and sit on the sofa you're going to get laaarge :)
#18
madmattie2k
Not really. I think people need to take responsibility themselves for maintaining a balanced diet with occasional indulgent snacks such as biscuits and cakes, along side a regular exercise program. Although these aren't exactly the most effective exercise machines ever invented, I'd rather buy it here for £5 than pay much more for it elsewhere...


Well said. Although I get the feeling that you think each person should maintain a balanced diet and regular exercise program. This would be unreasonable, as each person has the right to not do either of those things. But yes, basically, if someone gets ridiculously fat, they shouldn't use anyone else's tax money to get free medical attention, as they must be well aware that they are getting fatter and fatter and that it obviously isn't a good thing for their health (i.e. they alone should be responsible for their actions, which is what you are saying).
#19
The Diet Forum;-)
#20
Thermal Rider
Does anyone else find it ironic that Tescos also want to also sell you all the crisps, cakes, biscuits etc. to make you fat in the first place?
:?



No.
#21
Houldey
No, it's not ironic. They sell things they think people will buy that they can get cheap. People buy crisps, cakes and steppers (though, not necessarily the same people). Btw, cakes don't make you fat, unless you eat 12 a day and do no physical activity. I could say carrots makes you fat. If you eat 1000 a day and sit on the sofa you're going to get laaarge :)


:thumbsup: If you eat 1000 carrots a day you would rather die from vitamin A poisoning and liver damage before becoming large
#22
gazza.ladra
:thumbsup: If you eat 1000 carrots a day you would rather die from vitamin A poisoning and liver damage before becoming large


Most pointless post I have read so far this week.
#23
Thermal Rider
Does anyone else find it ironic that Tescos also want to also sell you all the crisps, cakes, biscuits etc. to make you fat in the first place?
:?
These days anything goes to make money I guess. (sadly).


(saldly) fatties need some self control!!!!!

Please never go into a porn shop!!!!
#24
heat added i had one yearsa AGO but my sis in law took it and i never saw it again
just told my other half to see if he could get one for me as we dont have a big tesco here
#25
Bit of a warning. The pipes on these things get quite hot after even a short workout. Make sure kids and pets dont touch it for a few mins afterwards, or stick their paws in it when you aint lookin. Also, mine (not this brand or model) started making wheezing noises after a while.
#26
brandonheat;4487748
Also, mine (not this brand or model) started making wheezing noises after a while.
That wasn't you then?
#27
gazza.ladra
:thumbsup: If you eat 1000 carrots a day you would rather die from vitamin A poisoning and liver damage before becoming large


No you wouldn't die of vitamin A poisoning by eating too many carrots, because carrots contain beta carotene, which the body converts to vitamin A. The body stops converting beta carotene to vitamin A when it has enough. Overdosing on carrots would turn your skin yellow/orange.

Though I have heard of people dying from Vitamin A poisoning from eating Polar bear liver.

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