Nautilus, Inc is a fitness and health product manufacturer who has been at the forefront of exercise equipment manufacturing since 1970. In 1986 the majority of the company was sold by its inventor Arthur Jones (who died in 2007) and became Nautilus, Inc which is its current corporate image.
Their health and fitness equipment is hugely popular across the world and is regularly sold to health clubs, government agencies, hotels and corporate fitness centers. The company also markets and sells a line of apparel and equipment under varying names across the globe.
Nautilus recumbent bikes are hugely popular across the world, revered for their performance and design, perhaps the biggest appeal of some of their bikes is the novelty of the Nautilus camera which measures and controls the resistance the user feels whilst using the machine.
The recumbent bikes pride themselves on offering comfort and efficiency, whilst also producing quality results for the customers. The bikes are easy to assemble and they look fantastic, they also make surprisingly little sound. The touch screen consoles makes for a user friendly experience, as controls are accessible through the touch screen. Furthermore the bikes are generally good value for consumers.
Drawbacks tend to be few and far between, but the seats of some bikes have been known to wobble when peddling. The bikes are also notoriously heavy so moving them can prove problematic and it may be necessary to assemble the bike exactly where you want it to be.
I am using this bike since 5 months. It is quiet and feels good as the bike at my gym. It arrived undamaged and in perfect working condition. It took us a couple of hours to assembly it but it had clear instructions with tools and the PDF manual from their website. I was worried about my back problems, but the seating is comfortable, firm and easily adjustable. I can place my tablet on the console while biking. It also has a cup holder, water bottle holder and a basket for my books or towels. The hand grips at the side of the seat have the heart rate sensors. I do not use the fan and the second set of handles can be rotated out. Overall, it is a comfortable bike and it is running smoothly.[Read Full Review]
This high tech bike has it all; 7 total profile courses, 2 programmable user profiles, a strong fan, four polar rate heart monitor programs, and a multi-point seat and console adjustments. This bike even has oversized, comfortable deluxe peddles for people to use easily and calmly. This bike will change your mind on all exercise bikes. It’s something that’s built to last, and will be one of the best purchases you make all you. Don’t procrastinate until they’re all sold; read the product description and find out what else this bike has in store for you before committing to buy.[Read Full Review]