The Concept2 Model E Rowing Machine is an upgrade from the very popular “Model D” Rower.
Like its predecessor, it’s commercial grade and has amazing build quality!
The smooth, strong, realistic resistance makes it a popular model used by Olympic Rowers and fitness clubs around the world.
The Model E comes with a few upgrades compared to the Model D such as higher seat, nickel-plated chain, and longer monitor arm. Read the rest of this entry
The WaterRower Natural Rowing Machine is one of the most aesthetically pleasing rowers on the market!
Not to mention, one of the best performing as well!
It is part of the “Natural” series of WaterRowers, due to it’s solid Ash Wood and stained Honey Oak construction material.
The S4 performance monitor is also considered top of the line with many advanced features.
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The First Degree Fitness Pacific Challenge AR Fluid Rower looks like a cross between a tank and rowing machine!
The Pacific Challenge AR is part of First Degree’s ‘Horizontal Series’ of rowing machines.
This series is for ‘home rowers’, which are slightly lower cost and more compact.
Although slightly lower cost and more compact, the Pacific AR still provides the same great resistance and smooth rowing stroke as the larger, more expensive models. Read the rest of this entry
With over 100 listed rowers on Amazon, the Concept2 Model D Rowing Machine outshines them all!
While in the higher price range, the old saying, “you get what you pay for” isn’t just a cliche.
The commercial grade ‘Concept2 Model D’ is virtually indestructible and is tough enough to be used in health clubs, boathouses, and various training facilities around the world. Read the rest of this entry
This WaterRower Oxbridge Rowing Machine review showcases how truly stunning this machine is!
Coming from WaterRowers premium level Designer Series, it is a perfect mix of style and functionality.
Handcrafted from solid cherry wood with a Danish oil finish and made with premium materials, this rower is truly a work of art. Read the rest of this entry