Aviron Tough Series Rower
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At close to $2,500, this rowing machine is not exactly cheap. However, it offers a fresh take on interactive programming and could be a fun way to workout for tech-y people. The programming is more similar to a video game than something you may be used to seeing with a machine like the Peloton.Categories: Conditioning, Rowing Machines
Pros & Cons
What we like about the product...
- Unique, gamified programming
- Has dual air and magnetic resistance options
- Simple assembly
- High quality touchscreen
What needs improvement...
- Lots of plastic used for shrouding the internals
- Expensive piece of equipment
Product Summary & Specs
The Aviron Tough Series Rower uses magnetic and fan resistance while in use. Plus, the 22″ HD screen showcases the video-game like programming that can make rowing feel more like a day at the arcade. The $29 monthly subscription cost is also pretty reasonable in terms of interactive programming goes.
This rowing machine has the ability to both stand upright and fold. The added four wheels assist in the overall maneuverability of this machine. I personally find the machine to be heavy, but manageable to move.
98” x 21” x 44” Inches
22” HD touchscreen
2 years parts, 10 years frame