Schwinn health 230 recumbent bike (version yr 2020), black

(6 customer reviews)

$449.00

  • make sure this suits by way of coming into your version wide variety.
  • dimensions: sixty four” l x 27″ w x forty four. 5″ h 80 lbs
  • with stronger bluetooth connectivity, users can set, song and monitor progress with famous app-based monitoring gear
  • discover 1000 plus based exercises and 80 plus virtual routes through connecting with the zwift app (zwift subscription required)
  • five. 5″ liquid crystal display gives thirteen exercising packages
  • 16 tiers of magnetic resistance for a huge variety of exercise intensity alternatives
  • telemetry coronary heart price enabled and ergonomically placed grip coronary heart charge for a cozy riding role whilst the usage of a coronary heart fee software
  • thick padded contoured seat with massive vented again
  • weighted strapped pedals
  • high velocity, high inertia perimeter weighted flywheel for a smooth and quiet exercise

Availability: 207 in stock

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featured highlights

5. Five” lcd capabilities thirteen exercise packages, purpose

tracking, and health metrics.

ventilated and contoured seat with lumbar

assisting backrest and a seat rail slider device for cool, comfy exercises.

sixteen ranges of laptop-controlled resistance for a huge range of exercise depth options.

6 reviews for Schwinn health 230 recumbent bike (version yr 2020), black

  1. OAngie

    The description of the bike is inaccurate on Amazon and one of the reasons I bought this bike was that the ad said it had a padded seat. But no – seat and back are hard, rigid plastic and very uncomfortable. Also, it doesn’t have some of the features it should have. Why? I called Amazon and got no help at all. I called the Schwinn number I was given and that was no help either. I had to wait so long for the order to come and didn’t go back in to check other comments or I would have seen that others had the same complaints. It was difficult to assemble as some of the parts did not match up correctly when we tried to screw them together. I would have paid for professional person to put it together as it took us a long time but the soonest someone could come was the end of January. The Updated 2020 230 recumbent bike is not what I expected or what I researched and thought I was getting. For some reason, the manufacturer removed?? some great features from the 230 model including a convenient USB port, some workouts, and a front fan. Secondly, it is advertised that this bike has Bluetooth compatibility with the Explore the World app. After contacting the manufacturer’s tech support, I was first told the updated model had bluetooth capability. However, when I demonstrated the bike couldn’t connect, the app development team confirmed there is a bug with the 230 model preventing it from connecting with the app and it will not be fixed until 1st quarter 2021. Read more

  2. Keith

    I can’t get the Bluetooth to connect to anything except the Schwinn Toolbox app that’s only used for firmware updates. Bluetooth connectivity has limited useful applicability, e.g., — doesn’t to connect the console display for Explore The World or anything else I tried. There’s also no speaker in the console apps such as music (no speakers in the newest model) work with my Fitbit. Schwinn marketing says it allows 2 user profiles but it doesn’t. I’m glad I got an Amazon Prime Days price on it. No way it’s worth retail price. Read more

  3. Lindsay Nys

    I am very happy with this. I couldn’t find one on the Schwinn website and I found this listing. It’s so quiet while running and it was fairly straightforward to set up. Read more

  4. Benjamin Kinney

    Instructions were clear, but the seat frame was both heavy and difficult to mount. It is mounted at an angle with two thick mounting plates using four screws, lock washers and plate washers. that is a total of 12 small parts that need to be mounted. The receiving threads were not well bored so driving in the screws was not easy causing shifting of the frame as I struggled to keep the plates aligned. As a result of a minor shift trying to keep the two angled mounting plates in alignment as I tightened the screws, the frame shifted position (a very heavy part) and cut the thin signal lead which sticks out of hole inside of the seat frame. Its my fault and I will not return the unit since it is very functional and well made without that feature. But frankly from a design point of view there does not appear to be much consideration for the risks inherent in the assembly process-just a warning statement in the instructions. That is insufficient given the mass of the frame. I think in the next iteration of this product should partly focus on ease of assembly and risks inherent in the design as a result of easily foreseeable failure modes (shifting position during alignment of mounting plates) in the assembly process should be better accommodated. A small hook/alignment fixture on the frame to alleviate the weight of the frame during assembly would be a simple solution. We shall see. Read more

  5. cheesy

    I typically do not write reviews, but I’m compelled to share my experience with the Updated 2020 230 recumbent bike. It is not what I expected or what I researched and thought I was getting. For some reason, thr manufacturer removed some great features from the 230 model including a convient USB port, some workouts, and a front fan. Secondly, it is advertised that this bike has Bluetooth compatibility with the Explore the World app. After contacting the manufacturer’s tech support, I was first told the updated model had bluetooth capability. However, when I demonstrated the bike couldn’t connect, the app development team confirmed there is a bug with the 230 model preventing it from connecting with the app and it will not be fixed until 1st quarter 2021. I am deeply disappointed. However, I am happy with the way Amazon customer service handled my complaint. Kudos to you. Read more

  6. David Mathis

    The Pros: 1) The bike gives us a good workout with plenty of resistance. 2) The bike is relatively quiet. 3) The bike seems to be sturdy for the price. 4) The bike was easy to assemble (be careful when you bolt on the part that holds the controller as the bolts can easily slip out of your hand and fall down into the flywheel and electronics. I had to disassemble the casing to get one out that I dropped and I risked damaging the bike.). 5) The 2020 model bike DOES have bluetooth and it DOES connect to Zwift and Explore the World. I use Zwift on my Apple TV 4K and it works flawlessly with the power meter connectivity. There is no cadence or controllable, however. If you don’t have bluetooth on your bike then make sure you don’t have the 2016 model, make sure that you have the bluetooth icon present on the screen after hitting the bluetooth button on the console and make sure that you’ve updated the firmware. BTW. I called Schwinn customer support and they told me that the 230 does not have bluetooth, which is wrong. They need to train their customer support agents to know what features their products have. Cons: 1) The bike does NOT have a backlit LCD. It has a cheap segmented LCD that I can’t see with my poor eyesight. If you need a backlit LCD then maybe this bike is not for you. I was pretty upset about this and frankly I am a bit bemused that it’s not backlit. If I am wrong and missed something please comment below. 2) The bike would be better if it send cadence to Zwift and let Zwift control the resistance based on the Zwift terrain. I have a Wahoo Kickr 5 for this, but would still be nice. That’s all. Read more

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