Here's why Amazon shoppers are calling the Cubii Pro 'perfect' and 'worth every penny' — up to $150 off, today only

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Get a work out, while you sit at your desk with the Cubii Pro (Chrome). (Photo: Cubii)

Staying active throughout the day is tough, especially if you spend most of your time in an office or at home. If only there was a way to get quality exercise at your desk when you’re working on a computer or sitting on your couch!

Enter the Cubii Pro, a silent and compact elliptical that goes under your desk, so you could use it while you’re seated in your office or at home. The Cubii Pro is on sale for $249, or $100 off its list price on Amazon.

In addition, this is the lowest price on this product we’ve ever seen. It’s also one of the online retailer’s daily deals, so the price will skyrocket tomorrow!

“I love my Cubii!” a delighted Amazon reviewer wrote. “It’s the best home exercise machine I’ve ever used. It’s perfect for using at the office if you’ve got a sit down desk job, and also great for using at home while you sit and play video games at your PC or on your couch.”

Cubii Pro Seated Under-Desk Elliptical (Black)

The Cubii Pro (Black) is good for home and work. (Photo: Cubii)

Shop it: $249 (was $399),

How it works

The Cubii Pro might be small, but it can make a big difference on your overall health if you spend most of your day sitting down. It’s designed to deliver eight levels of resistance with very little impact to your joints, so you can increase your strength and activity throughout your work day or even while watching TV at home.

“I work as a software developer so most of the time I'm sitting at my desk,” one father wrote. “I also have a wife and a 1 year old son who hold my attention when I get home, so it's difficult to find time to exercise. With this right under my desk I have no excuse but to exercise and I can typically burn at least 400 calories a day. I feel better and I've even started losing a little weight. I'm a firm believer in this product.”

The under-desk elliptical is built for a smooth and silent workout at your desk that’s very low impact, so you can keep working. No need to worry about being a distraction to your coworkers, either — it’s so quiet, some reviewers even said they use it while on conference calls!

The machine is small but mighty: It keeps track of calories burned, strides, distance, and revolutions per minute in real-time. It even features Bluetooth connectivity, so you can keep track of your progress and set goals with the Cubii smartphone app or sync it with a Fitbit.

“I normally don't write reviews, but the Cubii warrants one,” one happy customer raved. “It's a very useful device, and I have been using it for about a year now. It's really easy to work while pedaling (I work on a computer writing software) and there have been days where I ride it for 4 hours or more, just pedaling out of habit more than having to concentrate to keep going. It's a continuous low-level exercise that adds up over time, and yes, you do feel it in your legs when you stand up. Their customer support is also really great. I recommend this product if you're on the fence and can't decide, just do it!”

Bottom line

If you’re looking for a way to stay active without leaving your desk, then the Cubii Pro is a great pick. It’s a must-have for professionals and even just lounging at home. The Cubii Pro also comes in black, which is also on sale for $249, or $150 off its list price on Amazon.

Both are on sale until the end of the day, so be sure to get yours before they sell out!

Shop it: Cubii Pro (Chrome), $249 (was $349),

Shop it: Cubii Pro (Black), $249 (was $399),

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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