Magnetic Cross Trainer With Heart Rate Monitor £30 @ Tesco Direct
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Magnetic Cross Trainer With Heart Rate Monitor £30 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 12th Jan 2016
This is currently in stock at time of posting.
May help some people like myslef who keeps missing all the other cross trainer equipments on sale at Tesco for bargain prices.

Credit to maani12 (this was included as one of the items listed from a post by maani12)
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£7.95 delivery
Doods1875

£7.95 delivery


Or sign up for a free trial of the Tesco Delivery Saver, get the product for free delivery, then cancel before the month ends
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Doods1875

£7.95 delivery



Thanks for mentioning. I signed up for a 1 month free trial of their delivery saver (will cancel before trial is up), so I will get mine delivered for free x
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Natbag

Or sign up for a free trial of the Tesco Delivery Saver, get the product … Or sign up for a free trial of the Tesco Delivery Saver, get the product for free delivery, then cancel before the month ends



That's what I did I wouldn't have known about this but someone mentioned it on another post so I am grateful that people do provide this kind of useful info on some posts like you have done on this one x
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deleted800342
Looks good for 30 quid, the review saying it's designed for women or short legged men put me off as I'm neither!

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thanks.bought with free one month trial...last time i missed it and never tought this will be back in stock..
DexMorgan

Looks good for 30 quid, the review saying it's designed for women or … Looks good for 30 quid, the review saying it's designed for women or short legged men put me off as I'm neither!Heat added




'Short legged' as in dwarf?
Good price albeit £37.99
u20pia

That's what I did I wouldn't have known about this but someone … That's what I did I wouldn't have known about this but someone mentioned it on another post so I am grateful that people do provide this kind of useful info on some posts like you have done on this one x


Same, saw it mentioned on another post. I used the tip to order the £25 version of this the other day. Free Saturday delivery as well, which is helpful!
Just ordered one and signed up for free trial delivery. Thankyou so much for the tip
Thanks OP. Best Buy of the day.
I ordered this a couple of days ago but found the £65 one back in stock so decided to cancel this one..but iv got to be honest except that it has a bigger user weight and I assume better build I don't know the difference?..maybe I should just stick with this
How do you sign for free delivery, it's asking me for card details.
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Meh the exercise bike had much more coat hanger space than this. you had the handle bars and folded clothes could be put on the seat.

These are cheap although might serve a purpose in stopping you paying a fortune for one that in the end never gets used. I have a York Platinum cross trainer that I do use, 5 nights a week which was only £50 from Gumtree, The chap who bought it spent hundreds on it from Argos and it still had the plastic wrappers on as he never used it.

Check Gumtree or eBay local sellers for something more substantial, branded and a quarter of what the seller paid for it 6 months ago.
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maj2509

How do you sign for free delivery, it's asking me for card details.


You do have to put your card details in and pick a delivery plan you like (weekdays delivery or including weekends) but you won't get charged. I think they want your card details for when your trial period is up and you're a regular delivery saver customer Just cancel before trial period ends and you won't get charged at all. Unless, of course you'd like to carry on with their delivery plan.
Edited by: "u20pia" 12th Jan 2016
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sammy12345

I ordered this a couple of days ago but found the £65 one back in stock … I ordered this a couple of days ago but found the £65 one back in stock so decided to cancel this one..but iv got to be honest except that it has a bigger user weight and I assume better build I don't know the difference?..maybe I should just stick with this


I was thinking of buying the £65 one as well but decided against it, only because this may just end up becoming a clothes horse sooner than later if my "get fit mood" dies down quickly lol
So with this, also having read good reviews and much cheaper; i wouldn't feel so bad, if it just gathers dust lol
This is so frustrating . I have just moved and the site will not recognise my new address . Keeps defaulting to my old one
it is cheap...but dont think my apartment got space for this!!!
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psychobitchfromhell

This is so frustrating . I have just moved and the site will not … This is so frustrating . I have just moved and the site will not recognise my new address . Keeps defaulting to my old one



That's good, get it delivered to the old address then get a good workout carrying to your new house. Put your back out in the process.
That's been me for years haha..but iv lost weight this last year and the only thing I was using was a stationary bike..so this could get my full body moving and help lose some more..oh I don't know what to do...I have 2 days to decide which to keep ☺
Best of luck if you're going to use it for more than a coathanger.

I've been through 4 or 5 crosstrainers over the past 12 years. The cheaper ones always break down after a few months daily use (I had umpteen repairs and spare parts for my previous one, a £300 Kettler, including 2 new machines as core components snapped or failed and were beyond repair. Great guarantee service from Kettler! The cheaper earlier ones I owned before the Kettler lasted 6 months max before failing).

Only when I got up to the £600 level has it been worth it - my current one (Spirit Fitness) is built like a tank and has been going strong for 3 years without a hitch, and has a lifetime parts warranty.

After all the faff in the past with cheaper models I've learned my "get what you pay for" lesson. I'm using these things for 30 mins every day.

Having said that, this is a fantastic price (my first one was an Orbitrek clone from Argos and was £80) and worth a punt if you think a crosstrainer is for you (to test the water)!


Edited by: "techno12" 13th Jan 2016
Graham1979

Meh the exercise bike had much more coat hanger space than this. you had … Meh the exercise bike had much more coat hanger space than this. you had the handle bars and folded clothes could be put on the seat.These are cheap although might serve a purpose in stopping you paying a fortune for one that in the end never gets used. I have a York Platinum cross trainer that I do use, 5 nights a week which was only £50 from Gumtree, The chap who bought it spent hundreds on it from Argos and it still had the plastic wrappers on as he never used it.Check Gumtree or eBay local sellers for something more substantial, branded and a quarter of what the seller paid for it 6 months ago.


Agreed, buying cheap equipment like this will only annoy and frustrate you when it doesn't work properly, which is going to make it so much harder to stay motivated.
Graham1979

That's good, get it delivered to the old address then get a good workout … That's good, get it delivered to the old address then get a good workout carrying to your new house. Put your back out in the process.


Well that's one solution . I'll pass thanks. If it still available will phone real people in the morning . My house does exist , even model found it eventually !
techno12

Best of luck if you're going to use it for more than a coathanger.I've … Best of luck if you're going to use it for more than a coathanger.I've been through 4 or 5 crosstrainers over the past 12 years. The cheaper ones always break down after a few months daily use (I had umpteen repairs and spare parts for my previous one, a £300 Kettler, including 2 new machines as core components snapped or failed and were beyond repair. Great guarantee service from Kettler! The cheaper earlier ones I owned before the Kettler lasted 6 months max before failing). Only when I got up to the £600 level has it been worth it - my current one (Spirit Fitness) is built like a tank and has been going strong for 3 years without a hitch, and has a lifetime parts warranty.After all the faff in the past with cheaper models I've learned my "get what you pay for" lesson. I'm using these things for 30 mins every day.Having said that, this is a fantastic price (my first one was an Orbitrek clone from Argos and was £80) and worth a punt if you think a crosstrainer is for you (to test the water)!


That is exactly why I want to get a cheapo to try out . If I like it and want something better will join gym at sports centre across the road . £30 no great loss if I find my knackered knee can't take it .
Thanks, I bought one too - I had missed the others too.
psychobitchfromhell

That is exactly why I want to get a cheapo to try out . If I like it and … That is exactly why I want to get a cheapo to try out . If I like it and want something better will join gym at sports centre across the road . £30 no great loss if I find my knackered knee can't take it .


Don't expect cheap equipment to be kind to your body, especially if you already have an injury.
Going for a brisk walk is free.
mattrixdesign2

Going for a brisk walk is free.



True, but one of the points of these trainers in less impact on the knees. Worth a punt at this price.
out of stock
mattrixdesign2

Going for a brisk walk is free.



Are to just listing random activities under the false assumption it's insightful, trolling, or are you really ignorant enough to think that the two are equivalent...
seatzie

out of stock


not true. Just ordered and got the order through
Whats the height of it when assembled. if I get it, it would go in my basement so need to clarify the height.

thanks
Several cheap ones in stock now
Graham1979

Meh the exercise bike had much more coat hanger space than this. you had … Meh the exercise bike had much more coat hanger space than this. you had the handle bars and folded clothes could be put on the seat.These are cheap although might serve a purpose in stopping you paying a fortune for one that in the end never gets used. I have a York Platinum cross trainer that I do use, 5 nights a week which was only £50 from Gumtree, The chap who bought it spent hundreds on it from Argos and it still had the plastic wrappers on as he never used it.Check Gumtree or eBay local sellers for something more substantial, branded and a quarter of what the seller paid for it 6 months ago.


15th of Jan on Friday
2 weeks since the new years resolutions
They'll start flooding gumtree / ebay within hours
Order, thanks for the heads up and the delivery saving tip too.
Ordered mine the other day, been looking for a cheap one for a while and missed out last week...........

But bought for a specific purpose , I always use one of these to warm up/down before and after lifting when I use the gym but now work out at home more and miss getting the joints warm before I lift............:)

Should do the job (only 5/10 mins light use, before /after workout, 4/5 times a week) and if it breaks its under warrenty for a price that beats even secondhand stuff on ebay....


Edited by: "mfactor" 13th Jan 2016
Thanks for highlighting the offer. I just purchase one using my club card points & it only cost me £15 + p&p
N1AK

Are to just listing random activities under the false assumption it's … Are to just listing random activities under the false assumption it's insightful, trolling, or are you really ignorant enough to think that the two are equivalent...



Lol. Ok point taken, but a large % of these will be bought, used for a short period then become redundant. A walk-run, or if troublesome joints, a swim-ride are either free or cheaper (presuming most people own a bike or trainers etc).

The problem with indoor trainers is that it gets boring quickly, and unlikely to stretch your fitness out.

Enjoy the great outdoors.
EN1GMA

Whats the height of it when assembled. if I get it, it would go in my … Whats the height of it when assembled. if I get it, it would go in my basement so need to clarify the height.thanks


blimey you must have a very low height ceiling in your basement... typically the user would be above the height of the unit too ;-)

design, by the way, looks very similar to York's Argos models which are built to a price and I had the main axle snap while using it (and I'm not beyond the rated weight or a crazy peddler)
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