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The Proteus PAR-5500 folds for easy storage.
The machine also includes a comfortable ergo seat with unique seat rollers located on the underside of the seat rail. This not only prevents dust and dirt from gathering on the rail, but it also helps the seat glide exceptionally well with each stroke. And thanks to the pivoting foot pedals--which offer five adjustable levels--you can easily optimize your position on the rowing machine. As a whole, the PAR-5500's ergonomic, high-quality design makes it perfectly suited for both cardio workouts and endurance training.
To keep your workouts on track, the PAR-5500 offers an oversized, easy-to-read LCD display panel and an advanced computer with 16 levels of electronically controlled resistance. Users can also turn to the 15 preset workout programs, which include six preprogrammed workouts, four user-controlled workouts, four heart-rate-controlled workouts, and one watt-control program. During each program, the computer will automatically increase and decrease the resistance level according to the profiles shown on the LCD display. Other features include a built-in cooling fan, transport wheels for easy transport, and a folding frame for storage.
An easy-to-read LCD display panel offers an advanced computer with 16 levels of electronically controlled resistance.
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I bought this used and have to admit it's a great piece of equipment. I noticed one person stating the heart monitor was not available to them. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Phenomenon007
We really want this rower, have only heard good things about it, but through Amazon.com we received a defective unit. Read morePublished on January 5, 2012 by 3skis Teacher
What a great machine! It's incredibly smooth, the screen / "computer" is excellent and every time I've been on it for any amount of time I'm left breathless... Read morePublished on February 3, 2011 by Jeremy L. Lowell