- Ideal for leg and arm muscle exercising
- Five function display shows exercise time, revolution count, revolutions per minute and calories burned
- Scan feature alternately displays all measurements automatically
- Four anti-slip rubber pads prevent sliding and protect surfaces
- Resistance easily adjusted with tension screw
- Attractive silver finish
- Button cell battery included
- Completely assembled, foldable design
Drive Medical Folding Exercise Peddler
robert c. from plymouth, ma
83 and 85 year old seniors. Male bilateral knee replacement. 83 year old senior with COPD. Very good exercise.
Easy to operate
Slides away from you while using it on the floor
Reviewed on 06/24/2016
harriet s. from laguna hills, ca (caregiver)
Person has limited energy and uses it to get some exercise.
Reviewed on 06/10/2016
lewis m. from albany, ga (caregiver)
This item was purchased for a transport chair. The item fits expected. We are completed satisfied with this product
Good however anti-slip pad should for this item.
The weakness of the product is to control the movement items placed. We purchased a rubber mat also had cut to be fit.
Reviewed on 05/22/2016
william p. from piney flats, tn
Hopefully to build up leg muscles.
Foot straps are too small.
Reviewed on 04/03/2016
lois s. from indianapolis, in
I am 88 years old. Just finished a few weeks of PT. Have osteoarthritis in both knees. .
Brings the unit to take care of areas needed for the particular areas - legs & arms to the home when user is not able to get to a gym.
Tension knob weak, not up to par.
Reviewed on 04/02/2016
fred o. from old lyme, ct
I have Parkinson's and use the peddler for my legs, and arms and shoulders.
It is light weight if used vigorously
Reviewed on 03/28/2016
johnny s. from commerce, ga
41 multiple sclerosis
Easy to use and store
Reviewed on 03/11/2016
charles g. from ft myers, fl (caregiver)
User is wheelchair bound and unable to walk. She enjoys using the exercise peddler for exercise of her legs
Quality of construction, ease of use
Reviewed on 02/27/2016
robert and joyce r. from hattiesburg, ms
80 year old male. limited use of right leg due to a collapsed disk in back.
Sturdy. Good read out.
Reviewed on 02/09/2016
It is really too soon to tell if it will help in the long run.
velma b. from kingman, az
I am a 78 yr. old female who recently hurt my back with what the tests show as a sub-acute fracture. I has been and is still very painful.
Hopefully, it will make my legs stronger and take some of the pressure off my back.
I can see none at this point.
Reviewed on 10/11/2015