- Product Dimensions: 82.5 x 20 x 23 inches ; 100 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 104 pounds
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- ASIN: B003Y99DO8
- Item model number: WRX-1000
- Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
H2O Fitness Seattle Wooden Rower WRX-1000 Water Rowing Machine
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- Wooden rowing machine that combines best of aerobic and anaerobic exercise
- Made of premium hand-selected, kiln-dried European beech wood
- Hydro-Power drive system mimics "on the water" feel of genuine rowing
- Easy-to-read oversized display with built-in heart rate receiver
- Stores upright and out of the way; lifetime warranty on beech wood frame
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The Seattle Wooden Rower has been designed and engineered to set new standards for form & function in the Fitness Industry. It is ideal for any space and application, including healthcare facilities, health clubs & home use. We start with hand selected kiln-dried European beech wood. All of the wood we use is the same premium grade quality used by high-end furniture manufacturers. The Seattle Wooden Rower employs an innovative Hydro-Power Drive system that mimics the dynamics of actual rowing, with a polycarbonate water tank and an internal paddle system sitting at your feet. Just like with real rowing, the water acts as the main resistance system. The workout is incredibly smooth and relaxing, with an on-the-water experience that feels and sounds just like the real thing.
Rowing is one of the few sports that simultaneously combines both aerobic and anaerobic exercise at the same time. But not everyone has access to a good boat and body of water. Enter the Seattle Wooden Rower from H2O Fitness, which lets you enjoy a full cardio and strength workout in the comfort of your own home. The Seattle rower is made of hand-selected, kiln-dried European beech wood of the same premium-grade quality preferred by high-end furniture manufacturers. To achieve the rower's unique design profile, H2O Fitness used heavy 2-by-6-inch stock, and then custom milled the stock to create a beautifully arched radius finish that highlights the intricate pattern of the beech wood's grain. To complete the woodworking process, the company applied a natural Danish oil finish. This not only seals and protects the wood but also brings out the natural golden luster of the beech.
Fortunately for users, the Seattle rower performs as well as it's built. The rower is equipped with an innovative Hydro-Power drive system that uses water as its primary resistance. This gives you an incredible "on the water" feel that's impossible to duplicate on a standard rowing machine. At the same time, the mechanical drive system is built to last, with such commercial-grade components as a water-tight polycarbonate tank, stainless-steel blades, high-impact rollers, industrial bearings, and high-tensile strength nylon and bungee cords. The result of the manufacturing process is a beautifully crafted rowing machine that lasts a lifetime.
Best of all for users with small homes, the Seattle rower is compact and convenient, with a frame that stores upright and out of the way when you're not rowing, including in a corner or closet. The Seattle Rower--which includes an easy-to-read oversized display--carries the following warranties: lifetime on the beech wood frame, three years on the polycarbonate tank and seals, and two years on mechanical and non-wearing components.
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A few weeks after purchasing the rower, we noticed some discoloration on the wood that makes up the main frame of the rower. During workouts, water from the tank had been forced out around the propeller shaft.
We contacted the seller and their representative sent us a split, thin rubber gasket to fit around the propeller shaft at the point it passes through the tank. No luck there. Exchanging the main assembly that the tank is part of may be the only fix. Barring any improvements to the design, a replacement may suffer from the same problem.
We were initially impressed with how quietly the rower operated, but around the time the leak was discovered, we noticed the tank on the rower had a tendency to shift during use and as it shifts, the propeller contacts some stationary vanes inside the tank. The contact isn't violent and hasn't caused any damage. It just adds an annoying "clunk-clunk-clunk" at the end of every stroke. Every ten minutes or so during every workout, we have to stop, realign the tank to a point where there is no contact between the propeller and vanes, and then return to the workout.
The rower is a nice looking piece of exercise equipment. We keep it up against the wall in our living room and just roll it out when we want to use it.
For the price we paid, we expected water rower that had been designed and manufactured in a way that would be leak free.
We certainly would not recommend this product at the current price.
First off when the machine was assembled for shipping someone over tightened one of the barrel nuts for the bungee cord support board and when trying to back it out to assemble it the whole screw was coming out. I had to remove the whole screw from the board and use a pair of vise grips and the allen wrench to get the barrel nut off before I could assemble that part.
Second, both seat support boards are damaged. One of the boards has a gouge in the back and the wood is split and the other one looks like when they were drilling a hole for the bolt that they split the wood somehow.
Third is a small but still a problem. On one side of the tank support boards it looks like someone had greasy hands when they were putting it together and then they lacquered over it so the prints are permanently there.
Fourth is probably the most annoying one of all. When rowing the tank turns inside the frame which wedges the plug on top of the tank into the frame causing it to pull out and allow water to spray out. I think I fixed the problem by applying some heavy duty double sided tape to the top and bottom of the tank between it and the frame, a few more uses will tell me for sure. I feel like on a piece of equipment this expensive that I should not have had to do anything to it.
Lastly, a lot of the hardware installed from the factory was very loose, not a big deal but if you buy this machine be sure to check everything before you use it.
As I stated before the machine itself is of good quality. The seat is comfortable and glides smoothly and the overall use of the machine is very pleasant, I would recommend it but with some reservations due to all of the problems with mine.