We tried out a $350 ‘smart elliptical’ for your desk — here’s the verdict *** http://www.new-weightloss-diets.com/pedex

By | July 18, 2018

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7 thoughts on “We tried out a $350 ‘smart elliptical’ for your desk — here’s the verdict *** http://www.new-weightloss-diets.com/pedex

  1. Molly Nicholson

    Just make sure you don't have wheels on your chair. I got a sweet deal on mine and use it because I feel more focused and creative when I get movement.

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  2. ikeorch7

    It’s important to keep your body moving especially when you are stirring at s desk for extended periods of time. A 30-60 minute workout doesn’t make up for extended periods of inactivity. This device could be beneficial. It does seem excessively expensive though.

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  3. Rickz

    Your not doing your homework ladies and gents, the Cubii isn't only a desk accessory and most people interested in exercise will use it regularly. I don't work for Cubii I'm just a Cubii owner who likes to read and watch balanced feedback on items before buying. The video above is by no means balanced and seems to be the opinions of a group of people who seem unlikely to be interested in exercising and therefore are likely to criticise any form of exercise equipment. Reference the price have you heard the saying you get what you pay for, the Cubii is a solid well built device that comes with a lifetime warranty, oh you forgot to mention the life time warranty when criticising the price. As a regular 150 mile a week cyclist I've used my Cubii whilst at my desk and whilst in my living room watch TV, after an hour of use at between setting 4-8 I can feel it in my legs and my heart rate usually peaks around 110 which is a hell of a lot better for you than doing nothing. You may argue that a brisk walk is as good, the weather in some countries doesn't lend itself to frequent brisk walks particularly in the winter. I use mine at least twice a day and the app for use with the Cubii Pro is very good and adds a bit of competition to workouts where you can compete with other Cubii Pro owners around the world in real time, as you all cycle progress reflects in the Cubii Global (official) Group. Don't get me wrong the Cubii isn't perfect by any mean, I use mine on carpet and find it slowly slides away from me during use, also the charger USB socket is located on the side of the charger so the USB plug can get in the way when used in some types of socket outlets. I've raised these two points with Cubii or as they like to call it I've reached out to Cubii who have been very proactive toward my feedback. I'll say it again, if you want quality you have to pay for it, OH the reviewers forgot to mention Cubii offer a 30 day return policy to give you time to try it out in order to see if it suits you. Hopefully my comment will be seen as a more balanced review reflecting the positives and negatives and unlike the video review not just an exercise in product battering by people who've hardly used the Cubii and come across as not liking exercise anyway….

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