CITYROW GO Max Review 2024: Water Rower With Subscription-Based Programming Author: Cooper Mitchell
Looking for a great water rower but don’t know where to start? Check out our CITYROW GO Max review to see if this immersive rowing experience is right for you. Read the full review.
Pros & Cons
What we like ...
- Smooth rowing experience
- Quality interactive programming
- Rower comes pre-assembled
- Fairly portable; screen is able to be folded down
What needs improvement ...
- Water used has to be replaced every so often
- Resistance isn’t adjustable
- Expensive at almost $2,200
Looking to up your cardio game? Look no further than the CITYROW GO Max Rower. This water powered rowing machine has stellar interactive programming you won’t want to miss.
With the traditional body of a water rower and an attached touchscreen, this cardio machine combines the best of old and new. You’ll get the familiar sound of the water moving as you follow along to one of many engaging classes.
|User Max Height
Aluminum and wood
5-year warranty on frame, 3-year on non-electrical parts, 1-year on the tablet
Overall, I really enjoyed using the CITYROW GO Max Rower. Would I generally recommend it over the Hydrow? No, because the Hydrow’s interactive rowing classes are second to none. However, if you’re someone who is interested in doing a variety of workouts through streaming in tandem with a high-quality machine, then I would recommend the CITYROW GO Max Rower to you.