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The Cubii handle.<br />
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A miniature exercise machine has been invented so that workers can burn calories while they sit in the office.<br />
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The new gadget sits underneath a desk and looks like a mixture between a cross trainer and a bicycle.<br />
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A user simply has to sit on their normal chair, place their feet on the two pedals, and then rotate them for the device to work.<br />
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It can burn between 100 and 110 calories per hour and will fit underneath any desk due to its compact size.<br />
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The machine, known as Cubii, is completely portable and has a handle so it can be easily moved or placed inside a rucksack.<br />
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It measures 2ft long, 1ft 3ins wide, and 10ins tall.<br />
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The gadget is also engrained with Bluetooth technology that links up to a mobile phone app so users can track their exercise.<br />
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It was invented by Arnav Dalmia, 23, who is from Chicago in the USA.