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Stamina 7250 Magnetic Fusion Recumbent Exercise Bike

June 10th, 2012

Stamina 7250 Magnetic Fusion Recumbent Exercise Bike

Stamina 7250 Magnetic Fusion Recumbent Exercise Bike

  • Hybrid upright/recumbent stationary bike with smooth magnetic resistance
  • Adjustable seat with 45-degree leg angle to reduce stress on hips and joints
  • 10 preset fitness programs and heart rate program; pulse sensors built into handrails
  • Large, two-color, backlit console displays workout time, RPM, heart rate, calories burned, distance, resistance level, and speed on one screen
  • Some assembly required; 5-year warranty on frame, 90 days on parts

Stamina Fusion bikes represent the biggest innovation in stationary bikes since the introduction of the recumbent. This new category of exercise bike combines the traditional biking feel of the upright with the comfort of the recumbent for a bike that youCombining the feel of an upright bike with the comfort of a recumbent, the Stamina 7250 Magnetic Fusion provides a smooth, quiet magnetic resistance and fingertip tension control. And thanks to the comfortable, ergonomic design, you’ll exercise …Read More > Stamina 7250 Magnetic Fusion Recumbent Exercise Bike

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  1. Loco Gringo
    June 10th, 2012 at 19:39 | #1
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    I like what works, September 25, 2009
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    This review is from: Stamina 7250 Magnetic Fusion Recumbent Exercise Bike (Sports)

    Arrived with a chip in the plastic, luckily it was a part that is on the bottom and faces the ground.
    The main frame didn’t fit together right and I had to spend a very long time banging on it w/ a hammer to assemble it.
    Once together I found that the pulse sensors didn’t work at all. I actually wrestled with it to take it apart and inspect the places where the wire plugs meet.
    One of the points where the plugs come together had opposite colored wires lined up; i.e., the black wire was meeting the red and vice versa. My best guess is that at the factory one of the plugs was assembled backwards.
    Aside from the disappointing assembly snafu and non-functional pulse sensors and programs, the bike is really well made and has plenty of options to shock your muscles and keep the routines fresher.
    I use it regularly and it seems as though it should hold up to my punishment, I weigh nearly 190 lbs. and work out w/ dumbells while cycling so I am definitely not taking it easy on the bike.
    The intensity level changes are smooth and it is rather quiet for an exercise bike.
    I am happy with the purchase and would recommend it if you don’t want to spend twice as much for a gym quality bike.

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  2. J. Drinnon
    June 10th, 2012 at 19:28 | #2
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    review for stamina 7250. Purchased at Amazon, December 5, 2009
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    This review is from: Stamina 7250 Magnetic Fusion Recumbent Exercise Bike (Sports)

    Putting together the 7250 was a workout by itself. I did it by myself except for the 2 times I asked my girlfriend to hold this or hold that. I have a bad back so some of the kneeling and getting up was tough sometimes. Took me about 3 hours. I am very happy with my purchase. Using the bike is very simple. Comfort wise it is very nice. With my back the way it is I went with the recumbent. Its perfect I dont have any back pain using it at all. Performance wise it is just as good as the ones I used at the Y a few years ago. It will definately give you a workout. Its so quiet I have it right in the living room so I can watch TV while using it. I cant tell you the long term quality as I have only had it for a month or so. It is nice and solid though. I am 6′ 270lbs and it doesn’t seem to be stressed by me at all.

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  3. HappyGirl
    June 10th, 2012 at 18:44 | #3
    37 of 37 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect!, February 7, 2009
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    HappyGirl (Denver, CO) –
    This review is from: Stamina 7250 Magnetic Fusion Recumbent Exercise Bike (Sports)

    I was surprised there were no existing reviews for this bike, and in fact I was reluctant to purchase it for that reason, but I’m so glad I did! It’s exactly what I was looking for. I’ll break down the details in depth for anyone considering this bike:

    Delivery – The package did arrive a bit banged up, but all the parts were there and nothing was damaged. It is heavy though… my dad brought it over for me and it took both him and another man to get it up the stairs to my apartment on a dolly.

    Assembly – My dad (a mechanical engineer) assembled it for me and it did take about two hours. Mind you this was at a leisurely pace while simultaneously watching a movie. It wasn’t terribly complicated, just time consuming. The parts all seem to be of high quality and heavy weight.

    Appearance – I love the way this bike looks! It has a more sleek design than most. It fits perfectly in my small apartment living room and isn’t even an eye-sore. Technically you need about 4.5′ (length of base) x 2.5′ (width of widest point, the lower handlebars) of floor space. I also love the walk-thru design, it makes getting on and off less cumbersome.

    Functionality – It has plenty of variety in it’s programs. I especially like that it has two programs which automatically adjust resistance based on your heart rate (the heart-rate monitors are located in the handlebars). The monitor is bright, easy to use, and has all the features you would want to monitor your progress. I also like that it shows which stage of the program you are in. The column flashes depending on which stage of resistance you are at and you can see how many more columns of resistance levels are left to go. This helps keep you motivated; kind of like seeing the hills and valleys approach as you ride a normal bike. You can also manually adjust the pre-programed workouts to suit your needs. The seat is comfortable; not sitting-in-a-recliner comfy, but certainly adequate for a bike. I’m 5’8″ and this bike adjusts to fit me perfectly, with room to spare in either direction for other height ranges. The bike seems very stable, has a water bottle holder (w/ bottle) and weighted peddles with optional straps. Also, this bike is partially recumbent which I find way more comfortable than either an upright or a fully recumbent bike.

    The Workout – The best part… this bike is virtually SILENT! I am amazed at how quite it is! I don’t think someone in another room could hear it, let alone my scary, hearing-sensitive downstairs neighbors (big plus!). If you’re concerned about noise than this bike is for you! I can watch my tv at the same volume I would if I were just sitting on the couch. I worked out for 30 minutes today on the “Interval” setting and was able to work up a good sweat, felt the burn, and my bum and back stayed comfy the whole time. Its great to peddle away, watch your favorite show, and before you know it your workout is done!

    All in all – LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT!

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