- Product Dimensions: 78.5 x 19.8 x 31.5 inches ; 73 pounds
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- ASIN: B002ZB2T1K
- Item model number: 35-1405
- Average Customer Review: 150 customer reviews
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Stamina 35-1405 ATS Air Rower
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- Multi-function electronic performance monitor displays speed, distance, time, and calories burned
- Comfortable foam padded molded seat slides easily on ball bearing rollers
- Over-sized chrome seat rail for smooth sliding seat
- Folds for storage; wheels for easy portability
- Measures 78 x 31.5 x 19.75 inches (W x H x D); weighs 73 pounds; 3-year frame warranty
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There’s a Rower for You
If you’re looking for a low-impact, total-body workout, look no further. Rowing does not only build your cardiovascular endurance; it sculpts and strengthens your quads, hamstrings, glutes, back, shoulders and arms. Because rowing can benefit everyone, Stamina produces an extensive line of rowing machines. From affordable, spacing-saving rowers to commercial-quality machines, you’ll be able to find the rower that matches your needs and budget.
|Stamina Body Trac Glider 1050||Stamina 1215 Orbital Rower w/ Free Motion Arms||Stamina ATS Air Rower 1399||Stamina ATS Air Rower 1405||Stamina Conversion II Recumbent Bike/Rower||AVARI Programmable Magnetic Rower (includes chest strap)|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||58.25 x 42.5 x 18.125||50 x 32.5 x 31||77 x 18.75 x 22||78.5 x 19.75 x 31.5||75.5 x 20 x 27||81 x 20 x 24.5|
|Resistance Type||Adjustable Hydraulic Resistance||Dual Piston Hydraulic Resistance||Dynamic Air Resistance||Dynamic Air Resistance||Quiet Magnetic Resistance||Quiet Magnetic Resistance|
|Heart Rate Chest Strap Included||✓|
|Rowing Beam||Aluminum||Aluminum||Steel||Chromed Steel||Aluminum||Aluminum|
|Pivoting Foot Plates||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Weight Limit||250 lbs.||250 lbs.||250 lbs.||250 lbs.||250 lbs.||275 lbs.|
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Conversion II Recumbent Bike/Rower
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Designed with the details in mind, this rower comes with upgraded tech to ensure you’re pushing yourself to your limits.
Super-sturdy air Rowing Machine. The Stamina ATS Air Rowing Machine is designed with an over-sized chrome seat rail. Metal rowing chain for extra strength and durability. The molded seat is comfortable for all users, especially beneficial for those who enjoy a longer rowing workout. When you're not using the ATS Air Rowing Machine, simply fold it and wheel it away on its convenient, built-in casters.
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• The handle is a little narrow but didn't really cause me discomfort.
• The seat is made of a molded rubber that is very firm. I was concerned when I first pulled it out of the box, but after rowing on it for a half hour, it caused me no discomfort.
• Even at a full sprint, the chain remained firmly on the flywheel, with the chain guides doing their job nicely. I think I actually noticed the chain slapping less on the recovery than I have experienced on some C2 machines.
• The flywheel does make noise, which is to be expected of an air rower. This machine is louder than a C2, but not so loud I'd call it excessive.
• The seat does shake back and forth on its bearings a little, even after some adjustment, but I didn't notice the rocking during my workout.
• Foot straps held my feet in place very well (I've had the straps on C2's come loose after prolonged rowing).
• The flywheel resistance cannot be changed with a damper, but it hardly matters. The point of the air rower is that it is infinitely variable. The harder you row, the more resistance it provides. As I said above, I have a fair amount of experience rowing on a C2, and I was able to work myself up to a full sprint on this machine while still feeling that the flywheel was offering good resistance.
• All said, this machine is definitely not as well made as a C2. It feels sturdy, but there is a noticeable vibration from the flywheel as you get it up to speed.
I would recommend this rower, but only to someone who had experience on a higher quality rower and understood how their stroke should feel after viewing a force curve, as well as the intensity necessary to row specific 500 split times because -- and this is the big thing -- the monitor is absolute. garbage.
It reads out in imperial, not metric (which makes no sense to rowers), the speed is in miles per hour (again, nonsense) and the speed updates instantaneously, so fast the screen can barely keep up. It will go from 23 mph in the middle of your drive back down to 8 mph instantaneously as you finish and recover, and as a result you never know how fast you are really going. And the monitor scans back and forth so frequently that you can barely even use the thing as a timer (I haven't yet figured out how to turn the scan off). So I would really only recommend rowers who are familiar enough with what they are doing that they don't really need a monitor anyways.
TL;DR - It's a serviceable air rower and it costs $600 less than a C2. It provides all the resistance you could ever need, but the monitor is totally useless.
I almost dropped 1k on a Concept because of all the negative reviews I read about almost every home use rower. I think the Crossfit community might have something to do with it. Crossfit gyms mostly use Concept and I think people wanting to build out their garage gyms are expecting that quality across the board. Don't get discouraged by those reviews. The reviews are accurate - this is no Concept - but the reviews don't paint the entire picture.
-This machine is fairly well built and can take a beating, even when going all out with HIIT or Tabata sprints.
-This machine is chain driven and retracts no problem, even at high speeds. I almost settled on a machine that was nylon strap driven and I am glad I didn't.
-I actually like the display and can see it clearly at all angles. I realize it doesn't display distance in KM, but that does not bother me.
-Resistance is variable based on how hard you work. For those that claim it does not have enough resistance, pull faster and harder.
-Machine came well packaged and instructions were fairly clear.
-It is noisy, but ALL air resistance rowers are.
-The foot rests are adjustable and have straps to secure your feet. I think they could improve the foot rests. At first I had some ankle pain due to awkward angle of the feet, but it disappeared eventually.
-Tools that come with it for assembly suck. Use a socket wrench with the right size socket.
-The moment you tell people you have this machine they will want to come over and use it!
Like any well built rower, this machine will kick your a$$. My home gym has a spin bike, treadmill, and elliptical, yet I find this machine to provide the best all around cardiovascular exercise.
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