FitDesk v2.0 Desk Exercise Bike with Massage Bar

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FitDesk v2.0 Desk Exercise Bike with Massage Bar
Price: $199.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Feb 08 to Tuesday, Feb 09) + transit
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Comments from a previous offer

I bought this the last time it was offered, however I have not yet put it together. Therefore, I have nothing to add to the discussion.

Thanks for sharing?

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Is this because it is extremely difficult to assemble and you gave up, because you got busy, because you’re procrastinating, or what?

lol, sounds like something i would do. i was just telling someone last week i have three lamps that i bought 1.5 years ago, as well as two pieces of ikea furniture that are still in their original packaging. i’ll get around to it…eventually.

A bit disappointing (to put it kindly) when it’s described as ‘built to last’ ‘for years of reliable operation’ and they back it up with only a 1 year warranty.

And you’re telling us this because …?

Warranties are for defects in manufacturing, not for breakdowns due to wear and tear.

It has a 4.3 star rating on 970 (!) Reviews.

Sounds like the arm bands are cheap and the odometer is a little off, but other than that its sturdy and and reliable. Plus is about $800-1000 cheaper than a treadmill desk!

Somebody help me understand this massage bar feature

I bought this last time around. No clue as to the point of the massage bar. I don’t use it with a laptop; I plop my wireless keyboard up there and use it with my desktop computer (occasionally). I’ll also hop on for 10-15 minutes if I have a longer video (TED) to watch. It’s a nice break from sitting at my desk. I am proud to say it has never been used at a clothing rack. LOL!!

Got mine a few years ago. Still think it’s great. About to get on it for some am exercise, as a matter of fact.

I’m holding out for v3.0, I hear it comes w/minibar

The massage bar is pretty flimsy - more a gimmick than anything that you could actually use to massage your arms.

If you know what this is designed for, which is a short 20-30 minute, leisurely workout where you can check email or Facebook on your computer at the same time, then it’s a decent price/product. Fairly easy to put together and you can fold it up and stack it up against the wall so it doesn’t take up that much space in your living room when you’re not using it.

Yard sale fodder!

Don’t ya love advertising copy?!

I want one, but I need some guidance, please. Is the same deal offered by this store in every neighborhood in US?
http://www.walmart.com/ip/47531272

I didn’t see the tile floor mat included here. Did I miss it in Woot’s description or was it left out?

Here is an idea: Let me just throw it out here. Why not just step away from your desk, at some point in your day, and take a 20 minute vigorous walk?