FitDesk Standing Desk Bike – Height Adjustable with 8 Level Resistance and Easy to Read Digital Performance Meter – Foldable –

(10 customer reviews)

$229.99

Product details

Brand FitDesk
Special Feature Cordless
Color FitDesk Standing Desk Bike
Power Source Battery Powered
Item Weight 45 Pounds
Material Other
  • FOR STANDING: Fit Desk Standing Desk Bike is made specifically to be used with your Sit to Stand Desk, and FitDesk Standing Desk Bike’s compact design makes it easy to fit under almost any standing desk.
  • DIGITAL DISPLAY: Digital display meter mounts to the cycle or removes for desktop use. It displays important and vital information like time, speed, current distance, lifetime distance, calories burned and scan
  • STEEL FRAME: Made from heavy-duty powder-coated steel with a strong base that can carry up to 242 pounds of weight. Comes with easy to understand user manual for easy assemble.
  • CUSTOM RESISTANCE: Equipped with 8 position resistance lever that makes the pedals lighter or heavier which strengthens leg and build muscle stamina.
  • EASY TO STORE: Equipped with quick lock pin that makes it simple to fold and move into storage when not in use. Foldable feature allows you to carry it on the go if you’re on a business trip.
SKU: B00GXFQRJ4

Description

Standing is Not Exercise! Everyone is getting a standing desk, but people don’t realize the real threat to our health isn’t sitting, it’s a lack of activity. The all-new Standing Desk Bike Works with any standing desk, allowing you to go from standing to moving in less than a minute. This lightweight, easy-to-move under desk bike slides right under sit-to-stand desks meaning you actually get active and healthy while you work. Turn any desk into a bike desk and exercise while you work. It makes the perfect accessory to your sit-to-stand desk or convertible desktop. The comfortable seat also makes for a great stool if you just want to take a load off your feet without lowering your desk.


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Product Description

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bike desk exercise under for stationary chair exerciser cycle treadmill elliptical standing pedal

bike desk exercise under for stationary chair exerciser cycle treadmill elliptical standing pedal

bike desk exercise under for stationary chair exerciser cycle treadmill elliptical standing pedal

bike desk exercise under for stationary chair exerciser cycle treadmill elliptical standing pedal

bike desk exercise under for stationary chair exerciser cycle treadmill elliptical standing pedal

Compact & Durable Steel Frame Built to Last

Durable powder coated steel frame is compact yet balanced and rigid for stability. Quick lock compact folding frame with built in wheels is great for easy transport and space saving storage when not in use or switching between standing and biking. Easily rotate between sitting and standing by simply moving the bike under or out from your standing desk.

8 Position Magnetic Resistance

Cord-less and power free, there is no need to worry about plugging your bike in or being near an outlet. Adjust your resistance level throughout the day with 8 position magnetic resistance for a varied workout or for your fitness level.

Fits naturally into your daily routine, bringing productivity and a healthy lifestyle together.

Adjustable and Comfortable for Everyday Use

The FitDesk Standing Desk Bike offers comfort for all day riding with a beach cruiser style seat and adjustable back rest. Comfort adds to the functionality by allowing you to spend more time exercising while working. There is no need to limit your exercise to before or after work when you can do both comfortably. You can expect a reliable, quiet and comfortable experience with your new FitDesk 4020 exercise bike.

Seat adjusts to fit persons 5-feet to over 6-feet tall.

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bike desk exercise under for stationary chair exerciser cycle treadmill elliptical standing pedal

bike desk exercise under for stationary chair exerciser cycle treadmill elliptical standing pedal

Made specifically to be used with your Sit to Stand Desk

Jumpstart your fitness by turning your standing desk work space into a WORKOUT space. Standing only burns 8 more calories per hour than sitting, but engaging your legs in resistance pedaling has significant health benefits over long periods of sitting or standing.

Works with any Standing Desk

Adjust your resistance level throughout the day with 8 position magnetic resistance for a varied workout.

Fitness Has Never Been So Easy

Perfect for improving your cardiovascular health while working on that next big deadline, surfing the web or keeping up with friends.

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  • Folding steel frame for easy storage
  • Adjustable back rest
  • Fits under almost any standing desk
  • Cord-less and power free
  • Seat adjusts to people from 5’2″ to 6′ tall
  • 8 position magnetic resistance
The comfortable seat also makes for a great stool if you just want to take a load off your feet without lowering your desk.

FitDesk Standing Desk Bike

Everyone is getting a standing desk, but people don’t realize the real threat to our health isn’t sitting, it’s a lack of activity.

The all-new Standing Desk Bike works with any standing desk, allowing you to go from standing to moving in less than a minute. This lightweight, easy-to-move under desk bike slides right under sit-to-stand desks meaning you actually get active and healthy while you work.

Turn any desk into a bike desk and exercise while you work. It makes the perfect accessory to your sit-to-stand desk or convertible desktop.

Additional information

Weight 45 kg
Dimensions 34.25 × 20.24 × 10.75 cm
Brand

FitDesk

Special Feature

Cordless

Color

FitDesk Standing Desk Bike

Power Source

Battery Powered

Item Weight

45 Pounds

Material

OTHER

Resistance Mechanism

Magnetic

Model Name

Standing Desk Bike

Maximum Height

44.5 Inches

Minimum Height

5 Feet

Number of Resistance Levels

8

Package Weight

21.1 Kilograms

Item Dimensions LxWxH

36.5 x 24.5 x 45 inches

Brand Name

FitDesk

Warranty Description

90-day warranty on internal parts 1 year on the bike frame

Suggested Users

unisex-adult

Number of Items

1

Part Number

4020

Model Year

2019

Style

Standing Bike No Desk

Included Components

Bike meter

Size

FitDesk 4020

Sport Type

Exercise & Fitness

ASIN

B00GXFQRJ4

Date First Available

May 1 2019

Manufacturer

FitDesk

10 reviews for FitDesk Standing Desk Bike – Height Adjustable with 8 Level Resistance and Easy to Read Digital Performance Meter – Foldable –

  1. CK

    Found a seat adapterI haven’t used the bike long enough to make a thorough assessment, but I wanted to share that there’s a third party adapter that can be used with this model of the FitDesk. The C-Oversize LINGMAI Universal Saddle Extender fits on this bike perfectly and I was able to swap out the seat for a bike saddle.The seat was as uncomfortable as other reviewers mentioned. I tried to tough it out with pillows and cushions, but more than the hardness I had an issue with the size. The original seat isn’t ideal for pedaling because it’s so big it puts pressure on the back of my thighs unless I sit at the very edge. I got a wide bike saddle that I’ll have to get used to because it still leaves me with a sore behind, but at least I’m able to pedal freely. The adapter adds a bit of height so it may not be suitable for shorter users. I’m 5’8 and have the seat at the lowest position because in addition to the added height from the adapter, the bike seat I bought is on the thicker side as well. I had to remove the back rest because it was too close to the saddle, but the bike is more compact when folded and I find that I’m more mindful of my posture without it.Other than issues with the seat, the bike feels sturdy enough and I had no problems with assembly. It’s quiet and the meter is working great. I bought mine less than a week ago so I’m regretting that I forgot about Prime Day and didn’t wait for the price to drop, especially because I’ve made nearly $75 in additional purchases to be able to use it comfortably.

  2. M. Conrad

    Nice solid construction, but too few seat adjustmentsI like everything about this bike-chair except the seat, which is sort of an important part. The seat post has an adjustable height, but no adjustable tilt like you would get with almost any bicycle seat, nor is the back adjustable. The seat is larger than a usual bicycle seat, which is good for long-term sitting, but the edges of the seat press into the back of my thighs during the down-stroke of the pedal. It would be nice if there was a way to tilt the seat about 20 degrees to put more weight on my feet and obstruct my legs less.It would also be nice if the bike frame could tilt lower, more like a recumbent bike.

  3. mimi

    I would give this 5 stars if the seat was not so uncomfortable.Love the ability to exercise while working. I wish the seat was not so hard.

  4. Grass_Tiger

    Extremely uncomfortable and the seat breaks if you lean on the side of itThis bike was not the easiest to put together and it’s a huge pain to take back apart, fit back into the box, and send it back, so I didn’t, but I really wish I had. First, when the box came, it was obvious it had been opened before and resealed–always. bad sign. At that point, I should have just returned it. I paid full price for a brand new desk bike, not someone’s return. Second, the pedals wouldn’t go on properly. They also need frequent tightening or they click. The seat is the most uncomfortable bike seat I can imagine and you can’t swap it out for a normal bike seat. There is almost no padding and the shape is awkward. It really hurts to sit on it. Also, if you put any weight on the side of the seat while getting off it, it breaks! So, if you do get this, be really careful how you get off of it. I’m 5′ 7″ and 158 lbs, so I’m not overweight. I also wouldn’t get this if you are heavier since I don’t know if the seat would take the weight if it broke that easily when I got off it. Also, remember this is belt driven, so if you are used to using a fan bike, don’t expect to go as far on it since a chain driven fan bike kind of pulls you along a little, but with this one you are supplying every ounce of forward movement. Personally, I prefer the feel of the chain and fan. The feel of the belt is really annoying, since as you move the pedals you can feel the texture of the belt. If you aren’t sure what I mean, visit an exercise equipment store and try both kinds. It also isn’t silent, there is a whiring sound. The chain is louder, but I wish I’d just found a way to use a computer while using a chain bike or even my Airdyne (which is leagues better than this one, of course). I only got this one because I didn’t want to take the arms off my Airdyne so I can get some work done while biking. In the end, I don’t use this much which was a huge waste of $200 and of my time. Does it work? Sure, but the quality is so low, I can’t imagine it will last long–like the seat breaking on me. Is it comfortable? Not at all. I bought it because it has a back on it, but you can’t sit back and use it at the same time, so you might as well just not have a back and just get off when you want a break. I also saw no way of opening it to change the belt. This is also quite high off the ground, so it was awkard for even for me at 5’7″ to get up on. This also must be used at a standing desk. I recommend a sit-stand desk so you can adjust its height so your knees aren’t hitting the desk. I’m using this one, and it’s height, is very good for this: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07V7Z96CZ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

  5. CS

    Short person problemsThis bike stool is easy to use, smooth, and quiet. It fits under my standing desk perfectly. It is helping me get more active while I work from home.Downsides: This stool is not for short people. I am 5’2”, and on the lowest setting, I can barely reach the pedals. I have to sit on the edge of the seat, which isn’t bad for short term. After about 30 minutes, I have to stand up and walk around. Which on the one hand is great for making me move, on the other hand, makes it hard to use for all day.I have the seat all the way down, past the point of the final button . As a result, the seat rocks when I use it. This is not the fault of the manufacturer, but what I have to do to be able to reach the pedals. There really aren’t other options out there, so I am working to make do with what I got.If this was able to have the seat go lower, I would definitely give 5 stars.

  6. Amazon Customer

    Love it…from a shortyI’ve only had this for one day but I have spent the last 3 hours biking while working. I can tell I am going to use this every day!I already had a stand-up desk, so I just purchased the bike only, without the desk attached which is nice because when I feel like just standing at my desk, I can wheel the bike away.I assembled it in about 35-40 minutes. It was really easy to put together and it feels very stable.I am 5 foot 2, 113 pounds and the only negative thing so far is that I’m too short to sit all the way back, even at the lowest setting. It is still very comfortable for me and makes me have better posture while I’m biking at my desk. I did assemble the handlebars at first but ended up taking them away as I can’t see myself using those, as I’m either typing or resting my hands on my desk.It is very quiet. I have a fan running in the background but I don’t hear the bike at all.I was on the fence about purchasing this for a while but I’m glad I finally did.

  7. nancy plouffe

    FitDesk Standing Desk Bike Allows Persons to Exercise Daily While Working at a PCI like being able to exercise by peddling while working on my computer at work. I like how the bike folds up and can be stored in a smaller space. I like how the FitDesk Bike works out my body from a sitting position while peddling. I peddle while I am working on PC work, training and phone work. I like how the monitor measures how much time was spent peddling the bike. My stomach and waist are getting a great work out and burning belly fat from sedentary sitting, while I am doing my daily work tasks. I have a VeriDesk that adjusts and the FitDesk Bike adjusts also to get a perfect position to exercise. The most I have peddled so far is 248 minutes on a day I had phone conferences. The seat works fine and does not feel any different than exercise bikes at the gym. If I knew that this bike worked the lower and upper body like it does, I would have invested in one sooner. This bike helps me focus on tasks, especially toward the end of the work day, when the body is getting tired. The bike is built sturdy and it has built in wheels on the front to allow it to be moved and stored easier. I really like this FitDesk Bike!

  8. H Lu

    UPDATED – Decent Bike Chair That Came w/Defective PedalUPDATE: After my review, I was contacted by someone at FitDesk and they promptly sent me a replacement left foot pedal – only the replacement ALSO does not fit. The original pedals did not come with foot straps, and the replacement did, which leads me to surmise that I was sent a pedal for a different FitDesk bike model. I’m now very, very frustrated, as I have been trying for the last few weeks to get this pedal to work, and it just will not screw in. I have been unable to use my bike for over a month now, and am very, very frustrated. I am now looking into buying a replacement pedal from the company that made my spin bike, because THAT pedal works – but it also meant I couldn’t use my spin bike. This has been endlessly aggravating, made worse by the fact that I actually enjoyed using this bike chair when it had my spin bike pedal on it. UGH.I’ve been enjoying my fitdesk for a couple of months now. I used it every day throughout my workday; it’s sturdy, yet not entirely comfortable. When I am working on a particularly complex task, I find myself pedaling harder and for longer than I initially intend, which is great! Otherwise, it’s not the most comfortable and I tend to need to step off after 30 minutes and stand for awhile.It was easy to assemble. However, when it arrived a few months ago, it came with a broken left foot pedal. The piece comes with a sprocket/screw thing attached to it that you have to unscrew from the pedal and then use to screw the pedal to the bike. For the right foot pedal, this worked fine! For the left, the sprocket had been screwed onto the pedal with such force that it stripped the piece and cannot be unattached from the pedal to affix the pedal to the chair.At the time, I wanted to start using my bike chair right away, so I made do by removing the left foot pedal of my spin bike and affixing it to my FitDesk bike. I’ve finally reached the point that I am tired of attaching and reattaching, so I’ve emailed the seller to see if I can still get a replacement left foot pedal. I just emailed them this morning, so I’m not anticipating hearing back immediately.I would have given this bike four stars, but am knocking it down one because one of the parts came defective. Lucky for me, I could still use it thanks to my spin bike loaning one of its pedals, but it’s such an inconvenience and would have been completely unusable had I not already had a spin bike standing by for assistance.My rating could certainly change if their customer service sucks, or is awesome. We shall see!

  9. David Mankins

    Would be perfect if they improved the seatThis is a great addition to a standing desk. I use it when “passively consuming” — email, watching videos, that sort of thing (I have to stop pedaling when I am typing, so it’s not good for trying to do “real work”).The one problem is that the seat is pretty uncomfortable — I’m not sure, but I think maybe a regular bike seat might be better. I have supplemented the seat with a pad, which mitigates the discomfort somewhat.This company also makes an excellent standing desk, which I can’t praise highly enough.

  10. Ray Medina

    Better saddle please!I received my FitDesk two weeks ago and I honestly love it. The fact that I can move while I’ll still seating is amazing. I don’t own a regular chair and I have my desk locked in standing position, so I’m all in on this… but… the chair on this FitDesk needs to be better, the cushion is too hard and too wide for you butt. If the saddle was a bit software and narrow, it would be a great to use all day.In the meantime, I’ll continue using it, but definitely not as much… it’s a shame, but I will endure it! Hopefully, the manufacture will release a different saddle and I’ll buy that !

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