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Lifecore R100 Commercial Rowing Machine


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  • Commercial-grade, folding rowing machine with 16 levels of magnetic resistance
  • 15 preset programs and 4 heart rate control programs compatible with Polar HRM products
  • Ergonomically designed seat and handles; angled footrests with pivoting heel supports
  • Measures 92 x 19 x 36 inches unfolded; 600-pound weight capacity
  • Warranty: 5 years parts/1 year labor for residential; 2 years parts/1 year labor for light commercial; 1 year parts for full commercial
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Product Description

Product Description

The Lifecore R100 Rower is the best rower on the market today. It's the only commercial-grade rower utilizing both air and Electronic Brake System technology. This unique design makes the R100 perfect for the novice exerciser or the competitive athlete wanting to take their training to the next level. All this combined with the best warranty in the industry makes the R100 the only choice in rowing machines. R100 features include: 15 challenging programs; Heart rate control; 16 levels of resistance; Stores data for up to 4 users; Air and Magnetic Resistance with Electronic Brake System Technology; Ergonomically designed seat; Angled foot rests with pivoting heel supports; Ergonomically designed handle; Adjustable cooling fan vent; Silent drive system; folds for Storage; solid steel fan/fly wheel; User weight: 600 lbs.

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Incorporating the latest magnetic resistance rowing technology, the Lifecore R100 rowing machine brings the professional gym quality exercise features to your home. You'll get a complete non-impact, full-body workout on this strong, stable frame, which conveniently folds up for easy storage when not in use. In addition to keeping you motivated with 15 preset programs, the R100 is designed for comfort with ergonomically designed handle and seat, angled footrests with pivoting heel supports, and a full stroke for taller users.



The Lifecore R100 conveniently and easily folds for storage, and the computer console offers 15 preset programs.
Features and Specifications:
  • Large LCD blue backlit computer display
  • 16 levels of magnetic resistance
  • 4 Polar compatible heart rate control programs
  • 15 challenging preset programs
  • Stores data for up to 4 users
  • Pacer and watts dependent programs
  • Adjustable cooling air vent
  • Solid steel fan/flywheel
  • Extruded aluminum frame with solid steel support
  • Silent drive system
  • Large ergonomically designed seat for added comfort
  • Folds for storage
  • User Weight Capacity: 600 pounds
  • Dimensions: 92 x 19 x 36 inches (LxWxH)
  • Dimensions, folded: 52 x 19 x 67 inches (LxWxH)
  • Weight: 96 pounds

Manufacturer's Warranty:
Lifetime warranty on frame; 5 years on parts and 1 year on labor for residential use; 2 years parts and 90 days labor for light commercial use; 1 year part for full commercial use


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 58 x 24 x 36 inches ; 151 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 152 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • Origin: Taiwan
  • ASIN: B000IY84HY
  • Item model number: LC-R100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

It glides very smoothly.
R. Meltzer
The build quality and fit and finish of the rower are very high -- and are frankly exceptional for a machine for home use.
M. Raschid
I have used the Concept 2 at the gym and it was excellent, but I like this rower even better.
John F. Caudell

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Lindborg on February 22, 2007
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Overall an excellent unit that I feel is worth its steep price. I've owned a couple rowers and a skier for years and after 3 weeks this is now my cardio workout device of choice. It's quiet, comfortable and the computer controlled workout options are nice. At first I thought things like "whitewater" rowing were a bit goofy but the variable resistance programs make a real difference. The fan does make a bit of noise but far less than my skier and I can easily watch TV over the top of the resistance unit.

The stats and options in the computer unit are top notch. The only gripe I have here is at full extension it sometimes loses the signal of my heart monitor (new Polar unit) - I'm 6' 3" - I tested the Polar watch and it, too, tends to lose the signal at that range so I suppose it's to be expected. I just wear the watch on my wrist to keep track of my actual heart rate (which is normally pretty close on the rower computer anyway) and use the computer stats for tracking distance, speed etc...

The Unit is very solid and sturdy and can give anyone a good workout. Yes, it's a tad on the expensive side but in my opinion it's worth it if you're going to use it often as I do.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By D. Mengle on November 3, 2006
After looking at several manufacturers and models I settled on the R100 because it has magnetic as well as air resistance. I'll admit I was a bit reluctant because of the price but after using it for three weeks now I'm extremely satisfied with the R100. It works like a dream. The flywheel isn't too loud and the seat glides very smoothly. It takes a bit of assembly but the allen wrench that comes with the R100 works just fine. When I placed my order I received notice that it would be delivered in 3-4 weeks but I had it in my house in one week! I've read some negative comments about Mercantila but I had no problems. If you're considering a rowing machine I highly recommend the R100. But if you've never used one before, see if you can test a few different types to experience air vs magnetic resistance. Possibly at a gym or spa if they allow single day or guest memberships for a day.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By SpeedRacer on May 1, 2007
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I tried every rower I could find before buying one, and the Lifecore R100 is by far the best of the bunch. I only gave it 4 stars because there are little things that I think can and need to be improved, such as the screen tends to lower itself gradually when working out, to the point where you need to let go of the handle bar and raise it, yea I am sure it just needs to be tightened up, but on a brand new machine, one should not have to do anything. I also think they could have made a longer, and beefier cord to plug this thing in, the little short cord is just not long enough.

The thing glides smooth, rows nice, and is a good rower. It goes together very easy, took me maybe 5 min to put together. I also spoke to the owner of Lifecore when researching these things, and the guy really knows a lot about rowing machines, and you can tell that he spent a lot of time refining this machine, and he cares about his product. Bottom line, good product, and this is defiantly on the top end of rowing machines.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Vivek on October 11, 2008
I love this machine. I usually hate doing cariovascular workouts and I hate running and Ive found it to be a beautiful piece of equipment.It is relatively quiet and much quieter than the schwinn airdyne I used to use. It is very sturdily built, has a great seat and I absolutely love the foot spacing on it. I am a big guy (250lbs) and I find it very comfortable. For a guy who hates workouts I unexepctedly find myself jumping on it several times a day for 5-10 minute workouts. It is very user friendly and very easy to work with.It has had a slimming effect on my body and it would be great for a bodybuilder or weightlifter trying to cut up or improve cardio without resorting to higher impact exercises.You can explosively row this machine and do interval routines with ease. Its effect on my back, shoulders and waist has been great and noticeable. I have not used other rowers like the concept 2 so I cannot really compare. I have used an older model A concept 2 and didnt like it that much. However, it is not a fair comparison as Concept 2 has many more modern models on the market such as the model D and E. I have not done any amateur or professional rowing so I cannot say whether any rowing enthusiasts would find this machine useful to training for their sports. For any other fitness enthusiast, fighter, endurance/strength athlete, or couch potato I cannot recommend this machine highly enough.
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77 of 98 people found the following review helpful By VR on October 2, 2011
I did not purchase my R100 through Amazon, however I have decided to post this review here since Amazon appears to have the largest free consumer review database online. Many websites that compile consumer reviews actually link into the reviews posted here. And I wanted to get the word about the Lifecore R100 rower, and why I am confused that it is considered a competitor to the Concept 2 rowers.

First a note on my rowing background: it is limited to rowing machines only, I have never rowed crew in real life. Also, a vast majority of my rowing has been on Concept 2 rowers. I row regularly for fitness both as a stand-alone workout, and integrated into Crossfit-type circuit training. I am no expert rower, but I do have many many hours logged on rowing machines.

After reading the rave reviews I decided to purchase a Lifecore R100 over a Concept 2. I did this against my instincts as I am very familiar with the Concept 2 line of rowers and know that I like them. And I had never used the R100, but I wanted to give the magnetic/wind resistance combination a try. So I picked up a used 2009 R100 in excellent condition from a private seller for $600. And after just one 5K row (approx. 20 minutes), I immediately put the rower up for sale. Here are the reasons why:

1. Poor Ergonomics: One of the big selling points that Lifecore promotes about the R100 is the angled footrests, which are supposed to produce a more ergonomically powerful rowing position. I found the angled footrests to be incredibly troublesome for my rowing. Angling the toes outward causes the legs and knees to spread when you go into the recovery position to begin a stroke.
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