Nautilus R616 Review

By May 31, 2016Sporting Goods

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#2 Nautilus R616

$450.94
#2 Nautilus R616
9.2

Programs

9.2/10

Resistence Levels

9.3/10

Media Capability

9.5/10

Comfort

8.8/10

The Good

  • Premium Connectivity
  • Wonderful Programming
  • Comfortable Ride
  • Built-In Speakers

The Bad

  • Chest Straps Not Included

Premium Connectivity: Users of the Nautilus R616 recumbent exercise bike can connect to the Nautilus Trainer app and MyFitnessPal through the convenience of Bluetooth LE, an upgrade from the R614 model. This recumbent bike also has a USB port to charge your devices, as well as speakers in the console with inputs for iPods and MP3 players.
Wonderful Programming: The Nautilus R616’s 29 programs and 25 levels of resistance offer a variety of options for higher-intensity workouts. It can also store the data and progress customizable for up to four users.
Comfortable Ride: Padded, ventilated seats and oversized pedals ease the fear of longer rides. A convenient backlight keeps the dual-track LCD monitor practical and easy to read at any time of day, while the R616’s quiet ride also makes the machine a peaceful experience for you and others.
Built-In Speakers: Loud acoustic speakers built into the console with iPod and MP3 inputs allow for big sound quality. With its spectacular connectivity, play your favorite playlist while you get your workout in.
Chest Straps Not Included: Chest straps offer more reliable heart rate readings than the handgrips, but this model doesn’t include the strap. It’s capable of measuring both ways, but until you buy the strap, you’re left with less accurate readings and without hands-free use.
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David D.

About David D.

David D. was an all-star athlete in high school and has been passionate about sports his entire life. Long after he hung up his cleats, he shifted focus to the outdoors, becoming a hiking guide and a fishing instructor. If it’s a product that’s used in any type of exercise, he’s probably given it a try at some point.

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