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If you're looking for a fun way to get around, this could be your choice.

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Lopifit is a bicycle and a treadmill, all neatly engineered into one great looking device, that's not only fun, but also good for your health. Developers say that if you spend at least half an hour walking on the Lopifit, you'll do a lot of good for your heart, blood pressure, cholesterol, bones, muscles, weight and memory.

It's a little over 2 meters long and over 40 centimeters wide. It comes equipped with a handbreak for -/rear wheel and the motor, and a digital display that shows information on speed, average speed, distance and time. The 55-kilogram Lopifit with a steel frame allows you to walk slowly and calmly, but cover large distances. It's powered by Samsung 36V/ 18.2 Ah Li-ion battery pack that enables you to travel at speeds between 12 and 25 km per hour. Depending on the rate of support, weather, road surface, geography, and weight, Lopifit has a range of 50 to 70 kilometers, which is more than enough for a daily commute around your city.

Looks like something we definitely need to try out! How about you?

 

March 16, 2017 Living photo: Lopifit

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