Not used one before but for the price it isn't too much of a gamble. The Amazon reviews are generally good and it is their No.1 selling trainer. I'm purely buying it so I can get on my bike indoors due to the winter weather.
Any experience of these? My husband was asking for one for Christmas and I didn't have a clue where to start. Thanks
I'll have a gander might be worth while upgrading, cheers anyway and definitely worth putting up. Long live the cyclist (y)
Thanks for the feedback. We all have opinions on price, however, I posted this item as it is significantly less than the next available price (£64.99 Amazon). Th Aldi one you mentioned is not the same item so not worth comparing, although it has a good price at £24.99 (not sure if it has been reduced). I've bought the BD Bikes one as I thought £45 was a good price for an entry level trainer of sufficient quality and looks robust enough for my use. The Amazon reviews of the item were somewhat helpful in helping me choose.
Thanks for the heads up brother, without sounding condescending at this price point is there a major difference. I personally thought £25 on a tt that does a basic job was good enough to keep you spinning. Either way any tt with variable resistance upto 50 quid is worth it in my opinion. Are there any reviews on this one at all to help those of us with an informed decision. Heat added by the way.