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H2O FITNESS WRX-1000 Seattle Wooden Water Rowing Machine - Commercial

Item# SPM7579513302 | Model# WRX-1000 | Added on July 9, 2014 |
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H2O FITNESS WRX-1000 Seattle Wooden Water Rowing Machine - Commercial
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If you're looking for a very unique piece of equipment to bring to your gym, you'll definitely want to check out the H20 Fitness Seattle Wooden Rower WRX-1000 Water Rowing Machine. This piece of equipment has been designed to help mimic the feeling you'd get if you were out on the water rowing in a real boat as it comes with a polycarbonate water tank and internal paddle system. The look of the machine alone will be enough to draw plenty of eyes from members in your gym as they sit up and take notice. The rower also comes with an oversized display panel that will allow the user to get quick access to their exercise time, distance, 500 meter split-time, strokes per minute, as well as their calories burned and heart rate. All of these are vital need-to-know pieces of information when creating an effective workout so you can be guaranteed this machine will be put to good use.

If you're looking for a very unique piece of equipment to bring to your gym, you'll definitely want to check out the H20 Fitness Seattle Wooden Rower WRX-1000 Water Rowing Machine. This piece of equipment has been designed to help mimic the feeling you'd get if you were out on the water rowing in a real boat as it comes with a polycarbonate water tank and internal paddle system. The look of the machine alone will be enough to draw plenty of eyes from members in your gym as they sit up and take notice. The rower also comes with an oversized display panel that will allow the user to get ... read more
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