Echelon Row-s Connected Rowing Machine
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The Echelon Row-s is the middle model of Echelon’s three rowing machines. It boasts a 22″ HD touchscreen, interactive programming, and it folds when not in use.Manufacturer: EchelonCategories: Rowing Machines, Conditioning
Pros & Cons
What we like about the product...
- 22” touchscreen that swivels
- Simple assembly
- Resistance can be changed via the handle
- Lots of different programs/training modalities
What needs improvement...
- Lots of plastic used to shroud the internals
- The handlebar has an aggressive angle that I personally don’t love
- Cannot be stored upright (although it can fold in half)
Product Summary & Specs
The Echelon Row-S Connected Rowing Machine is a mid-tier option for someone looking for a cardio machine with interactive programming. Although I personally prefer the programming that Hydrow has put out, I still think there is some definite value in what they offer for $35 per month. Besides the obvious rowing classes, strength, cycling, running, and pilates are also offered. I really enjoy that the 22″ HD touchscreen can swivel a full 180 degrees to accommodate programming off the bike.
Read my full Echelon Row-s Connected Rowing Machine review.
84” L x 21” W X 47” H
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22” HD touchscreen
32 levels of magnetic resistance
Built-in bluetooth speakers
6 foot platform increment adjustments
110V AC — power switch on front frame
41” L x 21” W X 60” H