DMASUN Indoor Exercise Bike Reviewed

DMASUN exercise bike

Ever heard of DMASUN exercise bike? Not only is this bike good looking, but it seems to be of great quality as well. Let’s find out where the truth lies.

Fitness world in 21st century is an amazing place indeed. I’m scouring the market basically daily for new quality equipment and it amazes me that nearly every time I’m able to find new brands and manufacturers that I haven’t heard of before. One such brand is DMASUN, since they make a particularly good looking indoor exercise bike. Besides indoor exercise bike, they also make yoga mats, headbands and exercise gloves. I wonder how why I haven’t heard about them in the first place.


But today, we are interested in the spinning bike, so let’s take a closer look at its features.

Features of DMASUN Exercise Bike

Personally, I love the red and black color combination. It looks manly and… serious. The bike uses heavy steel frame construction and features 42 LBS flywheel, which is heavier than most indoor spinning bikes have in this non-commercial category. DMASUN exercise bike supports 330 lbs (149.7 kg) of weight.

The Italian manufacturer also prides itself by pumping each bike through 138 tests before it leaves the factory.

The multi-grip handlebars seem very well designed, you have multiple grip choices and they include hand pulse sensor, so you can monitor your heart rate.

LCD monitor is connected to the front part of the handlebars, which tracks all the necessary stats, like speed, time, distance, heart rate and calories burned. Right below the LCD is space for tablet or cell phone.

The resistance can be adjusted via a tension knob. This bike uses friction resistance system rather than magnetic mechanism.

Large cushioned seat can be adjusted horizontally and vertically. The seat is extra-large, measuring 11.34” x 8.12” x 2.56” (28.8 x 20.6 x 6.5 cm).

DMASUN offers 18-months warranty for parts.

Features Summary:
  • Heavy steel frame
  • 42 LBS flywheel
  • 330 lbs weight support
  • Friction resistance mechanism
  • Adjustable tension via a knob
  • Multi-grip handlebars with hand pulse monitor
  • LCD monitor with basic stats
  • Cushioned adjustable extra-large seat
  • Tablet / cell phone holder
  • Water bottle holder

Easy Assembly Goes a Long Way

Most, if not all, verified owners agree that the assembly of DMASUN exercise bike is super easy. If you are a tech person, you can do it in less than 20 minutes. Otherwise, it shouldn’t take you more than one hour.

Once you have it assembled, you are probably going to realize that the design is very stylish and sleek and with the black-n-red color combination it looks pretty cool.

The bike is heavy and sturdy, no argument there. This updated version can definitely support the mentioned 330 lbs of weight.

Since this is a spin bike, prepare to be in a racing position most of the time. The seat and handlebars are designed for that and both are quite comfortable. If you would prefer to rest your back most of the time, then I’d suggest checking some of the recumbent exercise bikes.

The one thing that I personally don’t like is the LCD display. It’s really small and looks bit cheap and displays just one stat at a time, but users generally do not have a problem with that. I guess I’m just spoiled.

The base of the bike is covered by rubber ends for increased floor protection and workout stability.

Pros and Cons

DMASUN exercise bike really surprised be (in a good way), especially considering the non-commercial price point.

Pros
  • Heavy and sturdy construction
  • 42 LBS heavy flywheel
  • Comfortable and practical multi-grip handlebars
  • Very easy assembly
  • Stylish, modern and sleek design
Cons
  • LCD displays only one statistic at a time
  • A few users reported that the seat needs re-tightening every now and then

Conclusion – Is DMASUN Exercise Bike Worth It?

Our rating: 4.7 Star Rating 4.7 / 5

DMASUN indoor exercise bike (2019 version) provides a good value for the money. One thing that I was not able to find is the height limit, but that is usually the case with all spin bikes. If you are concerned about the height limit, then I’d suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.