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Rowing Machines

Wai-Fan Aug 8, 2009

  1. Wai-Fan

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    Can anyone recommend any decent rowing machines that are cheap, effective and doesn't use a lot of space.

    Seen a few but the majority seem to be quite expensive, seen one that seems ok but the tension can't be adjusted.
     
  2. Neilybabs

    Neilybabs New Member

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    Best bet is to Google a good make and get one 2nd hand on the bay or local paper. There's always fitness equipment going cheap.....
     
  3. Wai-Fan

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  4. alijames

    alijames Active Member

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    Concept2 all the way. That's what all the decent gyms use.

    Not the cheapest, but by far the best. Always a few on eBay...

    Cheers,
     
  5. Wai-Fan

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    I think the Concept2 is the one I used a few yeas ago when I was at the gym. I'm just looking for something compact and not too expensive so I can put it on my room.

    Think I'll be ordering that York one then.
     
  6. Les 51

    Les 51 A pint of Diesel please!

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  7. Geordie Mike

    Geordie Mike Yeee-haw

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    If you can stretch to £700 get a 2nd hand concept2 model C. They don't really depreciate. Nothing else really feels like rowing.
     
  8. fingermouse

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    I have a weider powerglide sat here doing nothing, the wife wanted it a few years back used it twice then stopped using it :( its like a x shaped trainer you push with your feet and pull with your arms if that makes sence. Needs shifting so you could try that for a bit of beer money
     
  9. fingermouse

    fingermouse thats me

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