Cubii Jr

This guy is basically just a pared down version of the original Cubii Pro. With a lower price point, it offers fewer of the original’s fancy features. To be honest: For the money, we’d have liked to get some more oomph out of this one. BUT! Don’t let us sell this one short too quickly–it’s […]

Last updateJuly 25, 2018
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Cubii Jr

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This guy is basically just a pared down version of the original Cubii Pro.

With a lower price point, it offers fewer of the original’s fancy features.

To be honest:

For the money, we’d have liked to get some more oomph out of this one.

BUT!

Don’t let us sell this one short too quickly--it’s still a solid option if you don’t need all the techie bells and whistles of it’s bigger sibling.

Like the Cubii Pro before it, the Cubii Jr is meant to be used only while sitting, and slides easily under your desk.

Unlike the original model, though, it doesn’t have the ability to sync with your smartphone, and you can’t access the fun features that come along with the Cubii Pro’s built-in app.

Although it has eight different levels of resistance, Cubii Jr owners have reported the little guy still doesn’t offer much of a challenge there.

There is a 1-year warranty included and more details can be found in the user manual.

Weight & Dimensions: 23.15 x 17.56 x 10 inches; 35.7 pounds

Weight capacity: N/A; used while sitting

Stride length: N/A; the under-desk design means it’s more pedaling than striding

Resistance: 8 levels of magnetic resistance

Features:

  • Eight levels of resistance
  • Assembly time of only three to five minutes
  • Display monitor tracks your progress in five different categories

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