Owner`s Manual.
Owner’s Manual.
ROKAI
Folding Rowing
Machine
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Congratulations
on purchasing your
very own ROKAI
Folding Rowing
Machine
Manual Contents.
Safety Information
03/04
Machine Assembly
05/17
Contents Checklist
Hardware Pack
Assembly Diagram
Assembly Instructions
Folding & Unfolding your Rower
Moving the machine
You have chosen a high quality, safe and
innovative piece of exercise equipment as
your training partner and we are certain
it will keep you motivated on the way to
acheiving your personal fitness goals.
Console Instructions
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Please take the time to read this owner’s
manual as it will help you to get the most
out of your new piece of equipment.
Button Functions
Display Functions
Training Data
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Customer Support
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For more information, or if you require
any assistance please email us at
[email protected]
Contact Information
Manufacturers Warranty
Space Required
Replacement Parts
Parts List
Exploded Diagram
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05
06
07
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28
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30
31/35
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Safety Information.
• P
lease read all instructions carefully
before using this product.
• Retain this manual for future reference.
07 Use the machine only for its intended
purpose as described in the manual.
This machine is not suitable for
therapeutic or medical purposes.
• T
he specifications of this product may
vary slightly from the illustrations and
are subject to change without notice.
08 This machine may only be used by one
person at a time.
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE:
note the following precautions before
assembling or operating the machine.
09 Always wear appropriate workout
clothing when exercising. Running
or aerobic shoes are required when
using this machine.
01 A
ssemble the machine exactly as per
the instructions in this manual, using
only the supplied tools to assemble it.
10 Before exercising on this machine,
always warm up and do the stretching
exercises listed in this manual first.
02 C
heck all the screws, nuts and other
connections before using the machine
for the first time and ensure that it
has been built correctly and is safe
to be used.
11 When altering any adjustable parts,
make sure they are adjusted properly
and note the marked maximum
position for each part, for example
on the saddle support.
03 T
his machine is for indoor, home use
only. Position the machine on a clear,
dry and level surface. DO NOT position
it near water or outdoors.
12 DO NOT use aggressive cleaning
products, such as detergents,
to clean the machine. Remove
drops of sweat from the machine
immediately after finishing training.
04 P
lace a suitable base (e.g. rubber mat,
wooden board etc.) beneath the
machine in the assembly area to
protect it from dirt.
05 M
ake sure there is sufficient free
space around the exerciser when
you set it up.
06 B
efore beginning training, remove
all objects within a 2-metre radius
of the machine.
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13 Your health can be affected by
incorrect or excessive training.
Consult a doctor before beginning
a training program.
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ARNING! Heart rate monitoring
systems may be inaccurate. Over
exercising may result in serious injury
or death. If you experience dizziness,
nausea, chest pain, or any other
abnormal symptoms STOP
EXERCISING IMMEDIATELY
AND CONSULT A PHYSICIAN
WITHOUT DELAY.
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15 D
isabled persons should not use this
machine without a qualified person
or physician in attendance.
16 C
hildren should be kept away from the
machine at all times.
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he machine is equipped with a
computer console which can adjust
the resistance. Reduce the resistance
by pressing the ‘down’ resistance key.
Increase the resistance by pressing the
‘up’ resistance key.
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he maximum user weight is 140kg
(309lbs). The product weighs 31.0kg
(68lbs). Safety standards: EN957 1
& 5 – Class HA
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ARNING: the safety level of the
machine can be maintained only if it
is examined regularly for damage and
wear, e.g. bearings, connection points.
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xamine the machine carefully before
you use it, especially the components
most susceptible to wear, e.g bungee
cord, sliding seat, pull bar and footplates.
22 Use only original spare parts for any
necessary repairs.
23 WARNING! Inappropriate use or of
this machine such as while under the
influence of drugs or alcohol, not in
line with instructions or excessive
usage, may result serious injury
or death.
WARNING: Before beginning using this
machine or doing any exercise program,
consult your doctor. This is especially
important for people over the age of
35 or those with pre-existing health
problems. Read all instructions before
using this elliptical cross trainer.
viavito assumes no responsibility
for personal injury or property,
and/or damage sustained by or
through the use of this product.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
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top using the machine immediately
if there are any defective components
and keep it out of use until you replace
the components or it is repaired by a
qualified engineer.
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Machine Assembly.
Contents Checklist
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Make sure you have the following parts:
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Hardware Pack
IMPORTANT: The parts in the hardware pack are labelled for your convenience. Do not
remove the parts from the hardware pack until they are needed
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Assembly Diagram
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Assembly Instructions
Step One.
Fit the front stabiliser (67) to the main frame (3) and lock with Allen bolts (107), and flat
washers (108). Make sure they are securely tightened.
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Step Two.
Assemble two front foot grips (118) onto front stabiliser (67) and lock with locking
pins (113).
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Step Three.
01 U
nscrew screw (26), remove washers
(28) and nut (27), for the aluminium
rail (71).
02 Insert the aluminium rail (71) to main
frame (3), and align the holes then fix
in position with the screw, washers
and nut you've just removed.
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03 Unscrew screws (90) and washers (92)
at the rear of aluminium rail (71).
04 Attach the rear foot (72) to aluminium
rail (71) with screws (90) and
washers (92).
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Step Four.
01 F
old up the aluminium rail (71) into the
vertical position.
02 Insert the locking pin (111) to secure
the rail.
03 L
oop the elastic cord (63) around the
roller located in the rear foot (top of
diagram). Then Pull the elastic cord
(63) and hook the carabiner through
the hole on the aluminium rail as
shown (bottom of diagram).
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Caution: The bungee cord will be
under tension at this point. Make
sure the bungee cord is properly
secured using the carabina before
you let go of the cord. Failure to do
so may result in injury.
04 Ensure the elastic cord (63) runs
parallel to the aluminium rail.
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Step Five.
01 U
nscrew and remove the screws (86)
on the aluminium rail at the rear foot
and at the bottom. Keep the screws
somewhere safe.
02 T
ake out the locking pin (111) from the
main frame. Hold the rail securely in
the upright position.
04 Secure the rail cover (85) to the rail
with 4 screws (86).
05 Fold down the aluminium rail, and
insert the locking pin (111).
06 Insert the lock knob (109) with the
washer (110) into the hole on the
main frame as shown.
03 P
lace the rail cover (85) onto the
aluminium rail.
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Step Six.
01 U
nscrew the stoppers, axle and screw
(87 & 89) on both sides of the
aluminium rail.
03 With seat situated on the rail, re-fit the
stoppers, axle and screw (87 & 89) to
the rail.
02 Slide the seat (95) onto the rail (71)
and ensure the seat is facing the front
of the rower as shown in diagram.
04 U
nscrew the bolt (74) from the rear foot
(72) then place the end cover (80) on the
rear foot (72) and fix in placeusing the
bolt (74) to secure it in position.
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Step Seven.
01 P
ush the pedal rods (119) through the
openings in the main frame as shown.
02 Slide the rubber sleeve (124) onto both
ends of the rod (119) nearest to the
back of the rower as shown and secure
with nut (117), lock washer (116) and
washer (115).
04 S
lide the left and right pedals (65) onto
the pedal rods nearest the front of the
rower (119) and secure with nut (117),
lock washer (116) and washer (115).
05 Check both straps are secure and that
the pedals are secure and pivot on
the bar.
03 Insert the spacer sleeve (114) to both
ends of the pedal rod (119) nearest the
front of the rower as shown.
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Step Eight.
• L
ocate the cable tie at the base of the
rail that secures the bungee cord in
position and using a pair of scissors cut
the cable tie to release the bungee cord.
CAUTION: Ensure that you DO NOT
cut the bungee cord!
• A
fter the cable tie has been removed,
inspect the bungee cord to ensure that it
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is free from fraying or cuts and is in good
condition.
• U
npack the power module (123) and
fit the adaptor suitable for your region.
Plug the terminal into the DC hole on
the main fame as shown, then connect
to a suitable mains supply.
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Folding & Unfolding your Rower
01 Loosen the locking knob (109).
02 Remove the locking pin (111).
• W
hen unfolding the machine, follow
steps 1 to 3 in reverse. Always make
sure that your rowing machine is
stored safely.
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03 Fold the rail (71) upward and secure
the locking pin (111).
• W
hen unfolding the machine, proceed
in the reverse assembly sequence and
always make sure that your rowing
machine is stored safely.
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Moving the machine
Take the rear foot and tilt the machine forward until it can be pushed easily.
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Console Instructions.
For quick, simple exercise it is not necessary to select a training program or to manually
set the TIME, DISTANCE, or any other values. Making the sure rower is connected to a
power supply you can simply start rowing to activate your rower.
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As soon as the console is connected with
power supply, an acoustic signal sounds
and all of the readouts on the display are
shown on the LCD screen for 2 seconds.
If no buttons are pressed and the pedals
have not been moved for approx. 4 minutes,
the console LCD will switch OFF. The system
will stop and all exercise settings and data
will be saved. When powered up again it
will continue based on the last
recorded data.
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Display Functions
TRAINING
VALUES
DISPLAY
RANGE
SPM
0~999
Time/500m
0.0 ~ 99:00min
Distance
0~99999m
Calories
0 ~ 9999 Cal
DESCRIPTION / SETTING
RANGE
- Strokes per minute
- Time elapsed
- It will scan in every 6s and display the
remaining time to cover 500 meters
according to current speed
- Setting range 100 ~ 99900.
(Each increment up or down is 100)
- Burned calories during rowing
- Setting range 0~9990
Strokes
0~9999
- Each full stroke completed
- Scans and calculates total strokes every
6 seconds
Pulse
30-230 BPM
- User heart rate displays during exercise
- Setting range 30 ~ 230 BPM
Button Functions
UP
- Increase resistance level
- Function selection
DOWN
- Decrease resistance level
- Function selection
ENTER
- Confirm setting or selection
RESET
- Press and hold for 2 seconds, console will reboot
- Reset all values to zero.
- Reverts to main menu after finishing a workout
START/STOP
- Start or Stop rowing training
RECOVERY
- Track heart rate in recovery phase
All settings made with the console are confirmed with an acoustic signal:
1 short beep = valid setting confirmed / 2 short beeps =invalid settings reminder
2 short beeps per minute=PULSE exceed setting value / 3 short beeps per minute=WATT
limit is over spec / 4 short beeps per minute=any function count down to 0 or system alarm
6 short beeps= force system stop
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Training Data
The console calculates and displays all values automatically according to user rowing
status (see display table above).
NOTE:
* If only a “P” is displayed instead of a pulse value in the PULSE window, a signal is not being
received from a wireless chest belt. Make sure the chest belt is positioned properly so that
the wireless receiver in the console can detect your heart rate. (chest belt sold separately).
* The workout profile displayed in the centre display window depends on the type of
exercise that has been set. The console provides a number of ways to vary the exercise
session and make it more motivating.
The following pre-set workouts are available:
- Manual Training (training without programs)
- Training with Programs (there are 12 programs preset, P01~P12)
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- Training with the Heart Rate program (H.R.C).
- Training with competition program (RACE).
- Training with your own program (User defined program).
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1. Starting exercise immediately
(MANUAL)
- Switch power on, then MANUAL>PROGRAM-->H.R.C.-->RACE-->USER
will flash on the display.
- Press UP or DOWN to scroll through the
options and choose MANUAL (Drawing 2)
and confirm by pressing ENTER.
- If you have selected a program or started
your workout previously, press RESET to
return to the starting display.
- Press START/STOP button to start workout
immediately without entering further
settings.
- As soon as one of the set values counts
down to 0, the console will stop and the
alarm will sound for 8 seconds. Press any
button to stop the alarm.
- You can adjust the level of resistance
from 1 to 16 while rowing by pressing the
UP/DOWN keys. The newly set level of
resistance will be shown on the screen’ .
- Press START/STOP to end the workout.
All exercise data will remain.
- Press RESET to revert to workout
selection menu.
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- Or, press UP and DOWN keys to input
your personal settings and press ENTER
to confirm each value. The following
fields will flash in turn:
• T
IME (or DISTANCE) (Time and Distance
can’t be set at the same time.)
• CALORIES
• PULSE
- Use UP & DOWN keys to set values then
confirm your selection by pressing the
ENTER button.
- Press START/STOP to start workout
(Drawing 3).
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2. Selecting a Program to do
training (PROGRAM)
Program profiles:
- Press UP and DOWN keys to scroll through
MANUAL>PROGRAM>H.R.C.>RACE>USER.
Increasing resistance level programs
P6- P9- P11
- Choose PROGRAM and press ENTER to
confirm. The programs are preset with 12
profiles. Press UP and DOWN to select one
of the 12 preset workouts (Drawing 4).
Set the desired session value and
confirm by pressing ENTER
Increasing and decreasing resistance level
programs P1- P4- P5- P8 -P10
- Press START/STOP to start workout.
TIME.
As soon as the TIME value counts down to
0.00 the program will stop and the console
alarm will sound for 8 seconds. Press any
button to stop the alarm’.
- You can adjust the level of resistance from
1-16 while rowing by pressing the UP/
DOWN keys. The newly set level of resistance will be shown on the screen’).
Interval programs P2- P3- P7- P12
The stored training programs are designed
specifically to enhance aerobic fitness.
• As a beginner you should start with those
programs slowly and set a low resistance
level.
• You should only graduate to Interval
programs once you have worked out
several times and built up your fitness.
- Press START/STOP to end exercising.
All training data will remain.
- Press RESET to revert to workout
selection menu.
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3. Set program according to
heart rate (H.R.C.)
In this program, the rower reacts to your
pulse as measured by the chest belt
(chest belt optional).
In addition, simple graphics also show you
whether you need to increase or decrease
the resistance level. You can choose
between:
HRC55 - Here you are working out at 55%
of maximum heart rate. Ideal for beginners
and for general fat burning.
HRC75 - This target of 75% of the maximum
heart rate is suitable for experienced users
and athletes.
HRC90 - The anaerobic target rate of 90%
of the maximum pulse rate is only suitable
for competitive athletes and short sprint
exercises.
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TAG - The console uses your Age to calculate
a target pulse rate, which you can change as
required. Never select a target pulse that
is higher than your age-determined
maximum pulse rate.
- Press UP/DOWN to select H.R.C and press
MODE to select. Press UP/DOWN to set
your AGE (preset value 25, Drawing 6).
- Choose from HRC55, HRC75, HRC90 and
TARGET (Drawing 7). With HRC55, HRC75
and HRC90 the maximum heart rate will be
calculated by the console automatically.
- With the TARGET program, the preset value
of 100 will be shown by default (Drawing
8). Press UP & DOWN buttons to set a value
between 30~230 and confirm by pressing
ENTER. The program will be saved.
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et the desired session TIME with UP &
DOWN buttons (Drawing 9) and press
ENTER button to confirm.
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- Press START/STOP to start workout.
For this program, it is necessary to wear
the chest belt so that the console can
detect and display your heart rate value.
When there is no pulse detected, the
display will show the heart symbol.
During H.R.C workouts the console
automatically sets a resistance level that
keeps you exercising constantly within
your target pulse rate.
• If you are rowing and go below your
target pulse rate, the resistance will
automatically rise by one level in every
30 seconds till reaching either the
target pulse rate, or max resistance.
• If you are rowing and go above your
target pulse rate, the resistance will
automatically decrease by one level
every 15 seconds till reaching your
target pulse rate or min resistance
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(At same time, the system will
sound 2 short beeps).
• If you have already reached the lowest
level of resistance “1” and your pulse
rate is still higher than your target
value, then after 30 seconds an
acoustic alarm will sound and the
program will end automatically.
• If there is no pulse signal received while
rowing, the resistance will decrease
1 level immediately.
And the system will decrease by one
level in every 15 seconds until reaching
Level=1. If no pulse signal is received
for 30 seconds the system will stop
program automatically.
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4. Training with competition
mode (RACE)
status. PC column shows PC rowing
distance, USER column shows USER
rowing distance (Drawing 12).
In this program, you can enjoy against
the computer.
- Press UP and DOWN to adjust the
resistance level.
- Press UP & DOWN to select RACE mode
and press ENTER to confirm (Drawing 10).
When the PC or User finish the race first,
the console will stop and show PC or USER
finishing distance (Drawing 13). System
alarm will sound 4 beeps. Press any
button to stop it.
- Press UP & DOWN to set SPM (strokes per
minute) and confirm by pressing ENTER
(default=10±5).
- Press UP and DOWN to select desired
rowing DISTANCE and confirm by pressing
ENTER (default=500±100) (Drawing 11).
- Press START/STOP to start the race.
Console will display USER & PC workout
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- Press START/STOP to end exercising.
All workout data will remain.
- Press RESET to revert to workout
selection menu.
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5. User-defined profile (USER
PROGRAM)
Here you can design your own workout with
bars just like the preset program profiles.
- Press UP & DOWN to select USER
PROGRAM and press ENTER to confirm.
The first bar will be displayed (Drawing 14).
- Press UP & DOWN to set resistance level
for each bar and confirm by MODE button.
Then the next bar will be displayed.
- Repeat this process until values for all 16
bars have been set. The max. resistance
level is 16. To save your setting, press
and hold the ENTER button for 2s.
- Press START/STOP to start workout.
As soon as the TIME value counts down to
0.00 the workout will stop and the audio
alarm will sound for 8 seconds. Press any
button to stop the alarm.
- You can adjust the level of resistance at
any point during your workout by pressing
UP and DOWN keys. The newly set level
value will be shown on the display
(default value is Level 1).
- Press START/STOP to end exercising.
All workout data will remain.
- Press RESET to revert to workout
selection menu.
- Set the desired TIME of the overall
workout using the UP & DOWN buttons
and press ENTER to confirm (Drawing 15).
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6. Recovery mode
It is recommended to end an intensive
rowing session with a recovery phase.
During this phase you should be able to
relax and row without strong resistance
until your pulse slows close to its usual rate.
1.0
OUTSTANDING
1.0 < F < 2.0
EXCELLENT
2.0 < F < 2.9
GOOD
3.0 < F < 3.9
FAIR
4.0 < F < 5.9
BELOW AVERAGE
6.0
POOR
- Press the RECOVERY button while
wearing a chest belt. Then TIME will
be displayed down from 00:60 to 0:00
(Drawing 16), no other functions will
be available during the countdown.
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Once the 60 seconds recovery phase is
over, an evaluation of your fitness will
be shown (drawing 17).
- If your heart rate is still very high after 60s
(F is between 4 and 6), you can restart the
recovery program to gradually slow your
heart rate further.
- Press RECOVERY again to revert to the
main menu.
Attention! All preset data will be lost
when you unplug the power adaptor
from the rower.
Please note: A compatible wireless heart
rate chest strap transmitter needs to be
worn in order to enable the console
to measure heart rate.
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Customer Support.
Contact Information
Should you require any assistance
regarding this product please gather
the following information and then
contact us using the details below:
The best way to contact us is via the
website: www.viavito.com
• S
erial No. - This can be found on
a label on the product itself
Sabichi House
• Original purchase date
• Place of purchase
• Information about the place and
conditions of use
Viavito Ltd
5 Wadsworth Road
Perivale, Middlesex
UB6 7JD
Email: [email protected]
• P
recise description of the issue
or defect.
IMPORTANT!! - Please retain your
sales receipt, viavito Customer Care
may request proof of purchase to
validate eligibility for warranty service.
Warranty cover starts from the date
shown on the proof of purchase.
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Manufacturers Warranty
viavito ltd warrants this product to
be free of defects of material and
workmanship, under normal use and
conditions, for a period of 12 months
from the date of the original purchase.
Warranty extensions may apply to
this product subject to registering this
product with viavito. To qualify for this,
please complete the warranty registration
form on the viavito website at
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extensions and the viavito Manufacturer’s
Warranty are available online at
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Terms.
This warranty extends only to the original
purchaser and is not transferable.
The warranty does not cover:
01 Normal wear and tear
02 A
ny changes to upgrade this product
from its normal state or use other than
as described in the user manual
03 Damage resulting from:
a) Transport
c) Non-home use - including commercial,
professional, or rental purposes
d) Repairs not provided by viavito ltd
e) Accidents, lightning, water, fire,
or any other causes beyond the
control of viavito
f) Improper location including, but not
limited to, humid, dusty, or outdoor
environments.
viavito is not responsible or liable for
direct, indirect, or consequential losses
arising out of or in connection with the use
of this product or damages with respect
to any loss of property, revenue, profits,
enjoyment or use, nor for any costs of
removal or installation of this product.
This warranty covers products purchased
as new inside the United Kingdom.
In the event of the machine requiring a
repair, this may need to be performed at
a viavito authorised repair centre.
This warranty is in addition to, and does
not in any way affect, your statutory
rights.
b) Abuse, misuse, failure to follow
instructions or improper or
abnormal use
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Space Required
Product weight:
Max user weight:
Safety standards:
33.5 Kg
120 Kg
EN ISO 20957-1 & EN 957-7 – Class HC
X
Y Z
Site area
1890x576x530mm
Trainig area 1990x716x1030mm
Free area
3080x1916x1630mm
Z
X
Y
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Replacement Parts.
Parts List
No.
DESCRIPTION
Q’TY
1
Console
1
SET
2
Flat Washer φ5xφ10x1t
4
PCS
3
Frame
1
SET
4
DC Wire
1
PCS
5
Side cover, left
1
PCS
6
Side cover, right
1
PCS
7
Servomotor
1
SET
8
Self-drilling screw
4
PCS
9
Self-drilling screw
1
PCS
10
Hex screw M10xP1.5x68L
1
PCS
11
Roller
2
PCS
12
Sensor Holder
1
PCS
13
Sensor Wire
1
PCS
14
Screw M4x10L
5
PCS
15
Hex screw M10xP1.5x50L
1
PCS
16
Flat washer φ10xφ20x2t
1
PCS
17
Nylon nut M10
12
PCS
18
Handlebar
1
PCS
19
End cap
2
PCS
20
Foam grip
1
PCS
21
Elastic cord holder
1
PCS
22
Top cover
1
PCS
23
Foot cover
1
PCS
24
Frame bottom cover
1
PCS
25
Upper cable
1
PCS
26
Screw 1/2-13*100L
1
PCS
27
Nylon nut 1/2-13
1
PCS
28
Flat washer φ13xφ20x2t
2
PCS
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32
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Spring
1
PCS
30
Hex screw M10xP1.5x50L
1
PCS
31
Bushing φ10xφ14x15mmL
1
PCS
32
Pulley wheel φ42*13L
1
PCS
33
Bushing φ10xφ14x12mmL
1
PCS
34
Flat washer φ10xφ14x1t
2
PCS
35
Nylon nut M10
1
PCS
36
Pulley wheel bracket
1
SET
37
Magnet
1
PCS
38
Pulley wheel φ42*13L
1
PCS
39
Bushing φ10xφ14x6mmL
1
PCS
40
Nylon nut M10
1
PCS
41
Hex screw M10xP1.5x36L
1
PCS
42
Bushing φ10xφ14x10mmL
1
PCS
43
EVA foam
1
PCS
44
Magnetic brake set
1
SET
45
Hex screw M6xP1.0*16L
1
PCS
46
Spring washer
1
PCS
47
Flat washer
1
PCS
48
Curve washer
1
PCS
Flywheel complete set (49~59)
1
SET
49
Flywheel
1
PCS
50
Nut M8
2
PCS
51
Washer
4
PCS
52
C-type
2
PCS
53
Flywheel axle
1
PCS
54
Bearing 6001RS
2
PCS
55
One-way bearing
1
PCS
56
Bearing 61904
1
PCS
57
Mounting for cord guide
1
PCS
58
Cord guide
1
PCS
59
Screw M8
2
PCS
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Mounting for elastic cord
1
PCS
61
Fixed cover
1
PCS
62
Heel
1
PCS
63
Elastic cord
1
PCS
64
Tension cord (black)
1
PCS
65
Pedal (R,L)
2
PCS
66
Safety strap for pedal
1
PCS
67
Front foot
1
SET
68
End cap with transport wheel (left)
1
PCS
69
End cap with transport wheel (right)
1
PCS
70
Screw
2
PCS
71
Aluminum rail
1
PCS
72
Rear foot
1
PCS
73
Base plate for rear foot
1
PCS
74
Screw M5x14L
3
PCS
75
Roller 42 mm
1
PCS
76
Hex bolt M10x30L
1
PCS
77
Guide bush
1
PCS
78
Guide bush
1
PCS
79
Nut M10
1
PCS
80
End cover
1
PCS
81
Connector
1
PCS
82
Fixing plate for rear foot
1
PCS
83
Joint plate
1
PCS
84
End cap, rail
1
PCS
85
Rail clad cover
1
PCS
86
Screw M5x10L
4
PCS
87
Stopper
4
PCS
88
Stopper axle
2
PCS
89
Screw M6x10
2
PCS
90
Scvrew M8x16
6
PCS
91
Spring washer
4
PCS
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34
92
Washer
6
PCS
93
Screw M4x12L
2
PCS
94
Seat mounting
1
PCS
95
Seat
1
PCS
96
Seat cover
1
PCS
97
Screw M6x15L
6
PCS
98
Washer
6
PCS
99
Spring washer
6
PCS
100
M8 bolt
4
PCS
101
Roller
4
PCS
102
Guide bush
4
PCS
103
Washer
4
PCS
104
Spring washer
4
PCS
105
M8 nut
4
PCS
106
Screw
4
PCS
107
Screw
2
PCS
108
Washer
2
PCS
109
Lock knob
1
PCS
110
Washer
1
PCS
111
Locking pin
1
PCS
112
Nut cover
1
PCS
113
Pin for front grips
2
PCS
114
Spacer sleeve for pedal
2
PCS
115
Washer
2
PCS
116
Lock washer M8
4
PCS
117
Nut M8
4
PCS
118
Front foot grip
2
PCS
119
Pedal crank
2
PCS
120
Switching power
1
PCS
121
Rubber sleeve (φ17*φ13*182L)
2
PCS
122
Wireless heartrate receiver
1
PCS
123
Screw M4x8L
2
PCS
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