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WaterRower Rowing Machine Driftwood with Patented Water Flywheel, S4 Monitor, and Self-Adjustable Resistance Levels

Item# SPM14569536110 | Model# 180 S4 | Added on February 28, 2018 |
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WaterRower Rowing Machine Driftwood with Patented Water Flywheel, S4 Monitor, and Self-Adjustable Resistance Levels
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Whether you’re an elite athlete or a complete novice, the Water Rower Machine, Driftwood delivers a total body workout. This exercise equipment features the patented WaterFlywheel which mimics the sensation of rowing in a lake. With its adjustable resistance levels, this indoor rowing machine can deliver a powerful yet low-impact workout. It has a dual rail design and is made out of premium Ash hardwood which can absorb vibrations to ensure a smooth ride. To give it that authentically aged look, this wooden rowing machine has a driftwood stain finish. This fitness equipment comes with a backlit S4 monitor that displays Kcalories per hour, meters per second, miles per hour, and is packed with other useful features to make tracking your fitness goals easier. Made in the USA, this indoor rower is virtually maintenance-free as it does not require lubrication, just add a chlorine tablet (available for free) every 6 months. After your workout, the fitness rowing machine can be flipped vertically to save floor space. Enjoy 1 Year Manufacturers Frame & Parts Warranty (Upgradeable To 3-Year Parts and 5-Year Frame Is Free Of Charge W/ Registration).

This WaterRower 83" rowing machine is almost maintenance free and does not need lubricationThe equipment is made of premium ash hardwood and has a dual rail design hence vibrations are minimizedThe driftwood stain finish brings in a classic aged lookAfter your workout, the fitness rowing machine can be flipped vertically to save floor ... read more
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