Marcy Wrist and Forearm Developer

Marcy Wrist and Forearm Developer

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  • Assembled product dimensions: 14.5L x 8W x 6H inches
  • Exercises the forearm, wrist, and fingers
  • Builds the flexor and extensor muscles and enhances grip strength
  • Forearm and wrist support for maximum safety and comfort
  • Variable resistance allows progress tracking

Designed to strengthen the forearm, wrist, and fingers, the Marcy Wrist and Forearm Developer builds the flexor and extensor muscles, while enhancing your grip strength. The mechanism supports your forearm and wrist for maximum safety and comfort, even as a variable resistance system allows you to measure your progress. The grip is also adjustable to suit a wide variety of hand and arm shapes and fits comfortably over your forearm. So, all you need to do is rock your wrist back and forth and bui

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Marcy Upright Mag Bike

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  • Assembled product dimensions: 35L x 17.5W x 47.5H inches
  • 8 levels of manual resistance
  • Seat height adjustment for individual body types
  • Easy-to-read display: time, distance, speed, and calories
  • Counterbalanced pedals with adjustable foot straps

Stay fitter than ever before with the Marcy Upright Mag Bike, and that, too, at a fraction of the cost compared to other expensive home exercise equipment. It offers a smooth and quiet magnetic resistance system, with eight levels of preset resistance to accommodate several fitness levels. It’s also easy to track your workout progress, thanks to the easy-to-read computer display, which tracks your speed, distance, time, and calories burned. And to ensure maximum comfort while you ride, the bike

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  1. 39 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Profit beat out quality on this one., March 20, 2012
    This is the sad offering that Marcy has given us after phasing out the Marcy Wedge Pro.
    When I finally snapped the spring in my Marcy Wedge Pro I couldn’t figure out how to fix it so I headed to the fitness store to get a new one.
    This thing is what I found Marcy had put out to replace the Marcy Wedge and the Marcy Wedge Pro.
    Gone is the all metal construction. Gone is the heavy spring. What is left is cheap flimsy plastic that will not put up enough resistance to work your forearms. Just get an EZ bar or straight bar and load it with plates rather than get this feeble single function piece of equipment; you can do other exercises with the loaded bar and it will last.
    If i remember correctly, the Marcy Wedge Pro was ~75$ and I would gladly pay that again to get a real replacement for my dead one. 33% of the price for 0% of the capability doesn’t make the new Marcy wedge a deal.

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  2. 92 of 101 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Could be a lot better with heavy rubber bands., January 10, 2007
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    Ron Nord “ronnor246” (San Francisco, Ca United States) –

    I’ve owned two of these and neither one lasted very long. When they first came out they were very well made of aluminum, a real quality product. When the tension wire broke I called the factory and they said no problem send it in to get it fixed. They sent back one made of plastic which lost all weight tension within weeks, its worthless. The problem with this product is that it starts losing tension immediatlely, the spring gets weakened with use. A better product would be with heavy duty rubber bands that you could replace or add to for more resistance. Put the rubber on and I’ll buy it again but will do wrist curls with weights until then. They only people who buy this is weight trainers or the injured and they don’t care about how it looks just if it works.

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  3. 48 of 53 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    A good item, but not as good as it once was., February 22, 2007
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    Alex C. Cullison “obie-wan-kenobi” (Fairfax, VA USA) –
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    I bought one of these years ago. It was made of metal and very heavy duty. You could adjust the tension to very difficult. After a decade, it finally died. I bought this new replacement model. It is light, plastic, and not as substantial. Also, you can’t adjust it to the degree that my earlier model would allow. So I have to do many more reps to get to that point of exhaustion. But no one else makes one like this, so what are you going to do?

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  4. 395 of 418 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    All Good, August 15, 2010
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    BJM “BJM” (Grand Island, NE United States) –

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    This review is from: Marcy Upright Mag Bike (Sports)
    Bought this item via Amazon over other retailers because of the free shipping (delivered very quickly by Fed-Ex). Took a while to put together, and the tension chord was a complete bitch, but I broke out my trusty wrench and got it in place. This bike is very sturdy, and I tightened the piss out of the nuts and bolts so it would be. I can see where the base legs and seat may wobble if the bolts are not tight, so be vigilant about that. Had to get used to the smooth, noiseless ride, and the higher tension settings will get smoother as I get more used to it. The lower settings are very smooth and effortless. The plastic case was intact, no bolts were missing, all was good, and the bike fits into a convenient spot in my apartment and takes up little space. As a cardio exerciser, it works well, and after 15 minutes of use I was sweating like, well, like a fat guy on a bike. After 30 minutes I could barely walk, but, again, that’s due to me, not the bike. The seat really does hurt the ‘taint’ area, but I’d chalk that up to my ass being too fat, and not as a fault of the seat. As of now, after one day’s use, I am completely satisfied with this relatively cheap and very convenient (and silent) exercise bike. I recommend it, though I am no expert on exercise. Good value, solid structure, free and quick shipping = very satisfied.

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  5. 201 of 212 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good moderate-exertion women’s bike, December 5, 2011
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    The Doc

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    This review is from: Marcy Upright Mag Bike (Sports)
    I ride a real bicycle 3-4 times a week. I have very muscular legs and can easily ride 20+ miles over the course of the day.

    I bought this exercise bike so I can stay fit without having to go out in the nasty weather (snow, rain, and ice.)

    Assembly: Straightforward and fairly easy. But, the plastic body of the bike is cracked on one side. I’m ticked off about that, but it doesn’t affect the bike’s function.

    Seat: There is nothing wrong with this seat. I don’t know why so many users have complained; I’m guessing they are not frequent bike riders and are looking for an easy way to get fit. Virtually any bike seat is uncomfortable if you aren’t used to riding a bike. As for me, after riding this bike for an hour I have no butt discomfort. I attribute this to my regular bike usage. For newbies, I estimate it will take a week or so to become accustomed to sitting on a bike seat.

    Exertion: The highest setting is not difficult to pedal. Maybe this is because I’m used to biking; I don’t know. But after 10-15 minutes I’m breathing hard and dripping sweat. The longer you go, the tougher it gets. Pedal faster for a tougher ride. It’s not a hard-core workout. It’s easy enough to maintain stamina but hard enough to burn calories and get your heart pumping.

    Size: This bike is much smaller than the last one I had. Perfect for my apartment.

    Noise: This bike is virtually silent. Whisper-quiet. That is by far my favorite thing about it. No grinding, no squeaking, nothing. It doesn’t matter how fast I’m going. So I can pedal away while watching an episode or two of House and the time just flies. At the same time, I painlessly (but not effortlessly) burn several hundred calories.

    Other: This bike is designed for women, as you will see if you visit the manufacturer’s website. It’s a scientific fact that women have less muscle mass than men. I doubt that an average-sized man would find it challenging to use this bike. Men (and women who want a truly strenuous workout) would do better to go for a more powerful unisex bike. Average-height to tall men (and tall, heavier-than-average women) should definitely get a larger bike; this one is truly petite.

    You, the buyer, should also bear in mind the sex of the reviewer when deciding whether to buy this bike. Having read all the reviews to date I noticed that some of the lowest reviews (bike coming apart/breaking; poor resistance, etc.) come from men (e.g., the man who says he is using his wife’s bike.) Of course men won’t like this bike; it’s not designed for their bodies. It probably won’t provide a sufficient workout and I doubt it could withstand the wear-and-tear of an average-sized to large man using it regularly. For the average-sized woman, however, this bike is a good match.

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  6. 47 of 48 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent, with a caveat (updated 12/2013), October 8, 2011
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    S. Jones
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    This review is from: Marcy Upright Mag Bike (Sports)
    I researched pretty thoroughly before buying and for the $ this was exactly what I was looking for – a combo of simplicity and quality. I knew I wouldn’t be compelled to use it if it felt shoddy, but it is quiet and sturdy.

    Some of the issues brought up by other reviewers were concerning- difficult for one person to put together, poor resistance, hard seat, etc. and here’s what I’ve found:

    Assembly: The tension cable was a bit tricky to set up until I found that if you turn the resistance dial on the front post towards 8- it will give you more length to work with. It was so much easier to assemble after that. Don’t fret if it seems like it may be too loose- dial back to shorten to easily place into the housing. Overall, even with adjusting it, it took me about 30-40 minutes to put together.

    Resistance: When I first started riding I was almost at the max resistance, and I’m no athlete, so I knew something had to be adjustable or it was bad goods. The lower tension cable is topped off by a threaded bracket and secured by a nut. It is through moving these up or down that the resistance is affected. This was the only time I had to use a tool not provided- a pair of pliers to loosen the nut. After that it was a breeze. The lower the bracket is towards the bottom, the higher the resistance will be for riding.

    Seat: I usually have a very difficult time with bicycle seat comfort, and so far this one is better than the gym bike I had been riding at a friend’s. I’m prepared to buy a cover if needed but my rides so far (about ½ hr. at a time) have been very comfortable.

    Stability: At first mine wobbled a bit, but the rear stabilizer’s end caps are adjustable to even this out.

    Handlebar reach: I’m 5’6″ and find them to be at a reasonable distance.

    It seems quite a few of the poor reviews were based on sub-par shipping and damaged goods, but thankfully I did not have that experience. It is rare to find something neither over-packaged nor under-packaged, and this was done very well and thoughtfully.

    The parts appear well-made and the instructions are straightforward, if lacking a bit in the finer points. I cannot speak to the console display as it’s not an important feature to me. (Update: Have been using it, and it works well.) Because of some of the reported pedal and pedal crank issues I suspect this bike is not suitable for standing use.

    Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend. We’ll see how it holds up and will update if I run into any issues.

    Update 12/2013: After 2+ years going strong, it is still a great value for the money with one caveat. You should be comfortable opening it up to adjust every now and then. It doesn’t seem to want to hold the resistance tension and once I had to adjust the belt when it was making some noises. If you enjoy being handy, this bike is totally worth it.

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