Cubii Go: A Detailed Review

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Is The Cubii Go Worth It?

The Cubii Go is one of the premium elliptical machines on the market and has been taking the fitness scene by storm recently. Anyone looking to burn calories in the comfort of their home or working at a desk won’t be dissatisfied.

Cubii Go Under Desk Elliptical

Cubii Go is made with glass-filled nylon, a material that allowed us to build you a lightweight, continuous unit that is perfect for micro-positioning; a feature to ensure Cubii Go fits seamlessly into your day-to-day life. When not in use, the compact design can be rolled and stored away.

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Cubii currently has four elliptical machines in their product lineup.

The Cubii Go is a well-built and tech-savvy elliptical perfect for seniors, those recovering from injury, or people who just love to keep moving.

Detailed Review

Cubii Go Review

Most of the time, our reviews here are focused on indoor training bikes, road and mountain bikes, and even rowers, but in this in-depth review, we’re taking a look at the Cubii Go, which has been getting fantastic reviews online.


  • Price: $329.00
  • Cubii Go Weight: 19.5lbs or 9 kgs
  • User Max Limit: 250lbs or 114kgs
  • Screen: Illuminated LCD display
  • Dimension: 24.5” x 17.5” x 9
  • BlueTooth Connectivity: Not available on the Cubii Go

How Loud Is The Cubii Go?

When you’re at work, the last thing you want to do is annoy everyone by pedaling a fitness machine while you sit at your desk. Your colleagues, not to mention your boss, probably won’t be too happy. Luckily thanks to the ZeroGravitii flywheel, the Cubii Go is almost silent. 

The Cubii is manufactured from high-quality materials that go a long way in preventing any unwanted squeaks and sounds coming from the machine. The Cubii is robust and durable yet somehow remains virtually silent, meaning you can burn calories without annoying coworkers.

Dimensions and Size

The Cubii has been designed with ease of use in mind, and the overall style is modern and sleek. Moving the Cubii Go is easy for people of any age due to its lightweight. When you factor in the built-in handle and not to mention the wheels, the Cubii is very transportable.

Measuring 24.5″ x 17.5″ x 9 and weighing in at 19.5lbs or 9 kgs, the Cubii Go is big enough to provide a solid workout yet small enough to store under the sofa or in your closet. Some users might feel it’s on the heavier side for a small piece of equipment. Still, compared to the footprint an indoor rower or bike takes up, the Cubii is ideal.

Style and Design

I love the look of all four Cubii’s, particularly the Cubii Go model with its sleek modern look and wild orange and gray color. 

When you think of a stepper or an elliptical, most people don’t think of style or design, but the team at Cubii has spent time and money ensuring the Cubii not only performs well but looks great.

Build Quality

In all honesty, it’s not often I say this but build quality on the Cubii is absolutely top-notch and second to none in the stepper niche. You could call the Cubii the Rolls Royce of under-desk steppers.

The Cubii Go is built from high-grade materials that are lightweight and durable and, most importantly, affordable for the average person.

Things I liked:

  • Convenient and easy to use
  • Perfect for those who are seated a lot
  • Small and easy to store 
  • Excellent for those recovering injury
  • Low price compared to other home gym equipment such as rower

Things To Consider:

  • Limited range of motion 
  • The variety of exercises is relatively minimal

What Are The Customers Saying?

One of the easiest ways to check if a piece of equipment is worth your hard-earned money is to check the comments and reviews sections. Let’s look at what three verified customers have to say about their experience with the Cubii Go.

  • Susan, a verified user, has said, “I recommend this product to anyone who sits a lot. I use this while watching tv and don’t even realize I have gone an hour already.”
  • A verified user in the 70+ age bracket, John said, “I expected a much larger range of motion similar to what it would be like when riding a bike.”
  • Kristie, another verified purchaser, was recovering from an operation; here’s what she said “It’s worth the money. I had my labrum repaired in both my hips. This has been great in keeping my mobility and range of motion. Worth the money and helps burn calories while sitting at my desk for work.”

Overall the comments and reviews regarding the Cubii Go are overwhelmingly positive. In cases where the reviews were negative, the support team at Cubii responded quickly to resolve the problem.

You can’t ask for more than that; positive reviews and quick responses.

How The Cubii Go Compares with Other Cubii’s

When comparing the Cubii Go to its big brothers and sisters, some hearty features help it stand out. 

  • The great thing about the Cubii Go is that it comes fully assembled; yep, that’s right, nothing to do on your end except start burning calories. If you’re worried about stressing the joints, don’t be; the Cubii Go takes advantage of a near-silent flywheel technology the company calls ZeroGravitii.
  • The Cubii Go is convenient to move around due to its well-thought-out handle designed to make transporting it easy and stress-free. But wait, there’s more; built-in wheels also help make the Cubii Go easy to move, just like a mini suitcase on wheels. 
  • The illuminated LCD display makes tracking essential data like distance, time, and calories straightforward. Connectivity makes it possible to connect the Cubii to your Fitbit, Apple Watch, or the Cubii App Studio. 
  • The Cubii Go has dimensions of 24.5″ x 17.5″ x 9″, which is perfect for those who want to use it while seated at a workstation or even at a standing work desk. 
Cubii GoJR1JR2Cubii Pro
Fitbit compatibleYesYesYesYes
Cubii StudioYesYesYesYes
ColorsAvailable in gray and orangeAvailable in purpleAvailable in GreenAvailable in noir and chrome
Machine Weight19.5lbs or 9 kgs27lbs or 13kgs19lbs or 8.5kgs27lbs or 13kgs
Dimensions24.5” x 17.5” x 923” x 17.5” x 10”22”  x 12” x 11.6”23” x 17.5” x 10”
Apple compatibleYesYesYesYes

What’s The Verdict?

You can never really say whether a particular piece of fitness equipment will do as it promises. 

But in this case, Cubii has gone above and beyond. Still, the Cubii Go takes it to another level with additional features not offered on other models, like the LCD display with color illumination.

It’s clear to see from the number of positive comments, jam-packed features, and great support that the Cubii Go is a must purchase for anyone spending most of their time seated.

Read Also:
1. Cubii JR2 Review
2. Cubii Pro vs JR2 vs JR1

Editorial Team

IF-FIT Editorial Team consists of experienced fitness writers and cyclists. Every article has been deeply researched to educate every bike lover.

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