Nordictrack S10i Studio Cycle Exercise Bike with 1-Year iFit Subscription
- 10-inch Smart HD touchscreen lets you monitor your speed and calories burned or follow your iFit Coach trainer
- 22 digital resistance levels let you tailor your workout to help you achieve your fitness goals
- SMR (silent magnetic resistance) makes it easy to switch your resistance at the touch of a button and lets iFit trainers auto-adjust your resistance
- Inertia-enhanced flywheel is engineered for smooth performance with even and natural movement
- -10-percent decline and 20-percent incline capacity lets you intensify your workout
- Ergonomic padded saddle allows for vertical and horizontal adjustment while the non-slip, multi-position handlebars vertically adjust to match your optimal comfort levels
- Pedals are compatible with standard road bike pedals for a more immersive cycling experience
- 2-inch speakers and auxiliary music port makes it easy to stream your favourite playlists
- AutoBreeze workout fan automatically changes the airflow to match the intensity of your workout
- Dual water bottle holders help keep you hydrated while you ride
- Built-in, front-mounted transport wheels let you easily move the bike around
- Bike accommodates weight up to 159kg (350lb)
- One-year iFit Coach Membership provides access to 1-on1 trainer-led workouts and an on-demand video library of workouts for any level
- Includes a set of 3lb dumbbells so you can work your upper body while you ride
- Product dimensions: Width: 56cm; height: 140cm; depth: 140cm
- Recommended floor space: Length: 150cm; width: 65cm
- Includes 2-year parts warranty, 1-year labour warranty, and 10-year frame warranty
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- 1 Year iFit Subscription ($396 Value)
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Of the 10 reviewers who responded, 6 would recommend this product.
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- Best Stationary Bike for Serious Riders- January 19, 2021
I want a stationary bike for hard workouts. At the same time, I don't care for instructors shouting encouragement in a simulated class. Everyone is different but group spin classes are demotivating for me. I looked at several top end stationary bikes. Why top end? I have trouble finding bikes that generate enough resistance while remaining quiet. I am 61 years old, yet half the magnetic resistance bikes I have tried don't have high enough resistance. Here are alternatives I looked at: 1. Bike trainers like a Wahoo stand ($CDN 2000 + bike). Not interested because they aren't very stable, take up a lot of space and are noisy. 2. High end stationary spin bikes ($CDN 3500 - 5000): Tacx, Stages and Wattbike - All have acceptable resistance but the price is too high for me. 60+ year olds buying top dollar bikes is just wrong IMHO. 3. Peloton ($CDN 3200): Manual mode is minimal - and surprise - top resistance level is too low for me. 4. NordicTrack S22i ($CDN 3200) - It is just like the S10i that I bought but with a bigger screen. The 22" screen is nice - but not worth an extra $1200. I won't be using iFit once my free subscription ends so a 10" screen is just fine. I got my S10i for $CDN 2000 from Best Buy in early 2021. It was available for a better price in 2019 but exercise bikes are hard to come by one year into COVID-19. Don't get me wrong. The 10" screen is all I need. When and if you find a lower price, I think that would be an even better deal. Manual mode let's me do intense 30 minute interval training. The NordicTrack incline feature is the best anywhere. I thought it was a gimmick but the change in incline with proportional increase is resistance is a real differentiator. The NordicTrack has the best build quality, stiffness and smoothness of all the bikes I tried. If you want to ride hard and know how to create a structured workout program, you will be very happy with this bike. And- oh yeah - iFit is good, if that sort of thing appeals to you.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- Horrible after sales service- October 31, 2020
My bike died after 4 weeks. And it has been 5 weeks now and am getting a run around from their customer service on getting a tech to help figure out what is wrong. Seems like their support for Canada is horrendous. Save yourself the pain and get a bike that doesnt outsource their service to another provider and doesnt care after it has been sold.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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- Only 90 DAY WARRANTY- November 1, 2020
Expensive bike with minimal warranty. Says stay away.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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