JLL® Home Exercise Bike JF100, 2015 New Magnetic resistance exercise bike fitness Cardio workout with adjustable resistance, 4KG two ways fly wheel, console display with heart rate sensor, Adjustable Handle bars and 7-level seat height adjust, 12-month warranty, Black colour

May 24, 2015 - Comment

The JF100 is a compact and lightweight indoor exercise bike designed to be gentle on your joints and easy to use. Stationary bikes are designed to engage the large muscles of the lower body and your heart and lungs for a solid aerobic workout. The JF100 is an ideal exercise bike for beginners to intermediate

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The JF100 is a compact and lightweight indoor exercise bike designed to be gentle on your joints and easy to use.

Stationary bikes are designed to engage the large muscles of the lower body and your heart and lungs for a solid aerobic workout.

The JF100 is an ideal exercise bike for beginners to intermediate cyclists as the 10 levels of magnetic resistance will challenge and engage a variety of users.

Adjustable Handle bars can rotate 360 degree and up to 7-levels of adjustable seat height.

Item dimensions: 62cm (length) x 51cm (width) x 120cm (height). Seat height: 64-84cm (from ground). Item weight: 18.1KG.

Warranty (Home Use): is 12 months.

Delivery: FREE next working day dispatch if ordered before 12am. This item will be dispatched on a 48 hour delivery service from the date of dispatch. This item can be delivered to the U.K Mainland, the Scottish Highlands, Northern Ireland and the Isles off the Coast.

Product Features

  • 10 Levels of Magnetic Resistance.
  • LCD Monitor: Time, Speed, Distance, Calories, Odometer and Pulse.
  • Heart Rate inbuilt into Handrails. Adjustable Handle bars can rotate 360 degree and up to 7-levels of adjustable seat height.
  • 4kg two-way Flywheel. Detachable 3 Piece Crank System. ROHS CE GS compliance.
  • Warranty (Home Use) is 12 Months. Maximum User Weight is 100KG.
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