ProForm 750R Rowing Machine
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For a mid-tier magnetic rowing machine model that won’t totally break the bank, check out the ProForm 750R Rower, which features a powerful but quiet flywheel, sturdy aluminum and steel construction, and a device holder so you can stream live and on-demand rowing workouts with iFIT.Manufacturer: ProFormCategories: Conditioning, Rowing Machines
Pros & Cons
What we like about the product...
- Easily folds to save space when not in use
- Works with iFIT programming
- Easy assembly
- Costs less than $1,000
What needs improvement...
- No integrated display (must use your own device)
- Only a 250-lb weight capacity
- Relatively heavy (116 lbs)
Product Summary & Specs
The ProForm 750R Rowing Machine is a magnetic rower that works with an iFIT subscription. It’s certifiably mid-tier as far as rowers go, clocking in at around $800 but still packing plenty of features. It has a full-length slide rail that folds when not in use, plus a console that adjusts vertically to accommodate different heights and preferences.
This rower doesn’t have a large display like some other fancy smart rowing machines, but it does have a sturdy device holder that can support a full-sized tablet. So, to stream workouts, you’ll need your own device, but that makes the 750R a great option for people who already have a tablet. Because there’s no big touchscreen, you can store this rower vertically if you need to.
The 5-inch high-contrast display shows basic rowing metrics, including time elapsed, estimated calories burned, distance rowed, and pace.
86.5” L x 22” W x 45.5” H
5” metrics display; personal device required for streaming