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I believe it comes with a 12 month warranty ... I purchased a subsequent warranty through smartguard (amazon offered). it was about 150 dollars.
Michael Dilt
· December 28, 2014
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The Model D is much easier to live with, cheaper, comes in a nice black colour option, and angle of the display is adjustable (the display arm pivots). On the Model E the display arm is fixed, so if you don't like the angle, there is nothing you can do. The Model E is really only worth paying for if you want a higher s… see more The Model D is much easier to live with, cheaper, comes in a nice black colour option, and angle of the display is adjustable (the display arm pivots). On the Model E the display arm is fixed, so if you don't like the angle, there is nothing you can do. The Model E is really only worth paying for if you want a higher seat position, which you only need if you are very large (say 400+ pounds) or have mobility problems (you can't sit down on the floor or get back up again easily). Update (September 2015): model E is now available in black also (see Concept 2 web site). see less The Model D is much easier to live with, cheaper, comes in a nice black colour option, and angle of the display is adjustable (the display arm pivots). On the Model E the display arm is fixed, so if you don't like the angle, there is nothing you can do. The Model E is really only worth paying for if you want a higher seat position, which you only need if you are very large (say 400+ pounds) or have mobility problems (you can't sit down on the floor or get back up again easily). Update (September 2015): model E is now available in black also (see Concept 2 web site).
Kuma
· July 10, 2015
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In addition to the on board games (included with the PM5), there are also apps available from Concept2 (and others). See http://concept2.com/apps for a full list of options. There are additional options for motivation such as our logbook, rankings and challenges. For example, row a million meters, and we'll reward you-… see more In addition to the on board games (included with the PM5), there are also apps available from Concept2 (and others). See http://concept2.com/apps for a full list of options. There are additional options for motivation such as our logbook, rankings and challenges. For example, row a million meters, and we'll reward you--for free! Give us a call or visit us online for details. There's something for everyone to stay motivated to row.

Find more here: http://www.concept2.com/indoor-rowers/motivation/online-logbook-ranking see less
In addition to the on board games (included with the PM5), there are also apps available from Concept2 (and others). See http://concept2.com/apps for a full list of options. There are additional options for motivation such as our logbook, rankings and challenges. For example, row a million meters, and we'll reward you--for free! Give us a call or visit us online for details. There's something for everyone to stay motivated to row.

Find more here: http://www.concept2.com/indoor-rowers/motivation/online-logbook-ranking

Meredith at Concept2
Manufacturer · October 25, 2017
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6-5 is fairly typical for male rowers and the standard model D erg will accommodate you well. You won't have any issue with the display. Really tall rowers, those who are more than 6-6, sometimes prefer the optional longer monorail. But you will be fine with a standard machine. Your height will give you an advantage in… see more 6-5 is fairly typical for male rowers and the standard model D erg will accommodate you well. You won't have any issue with the display. Really tall rowers, those who are more than 6-6, sometimes prefer the optional longer monorail. But you will be fine with a standard machine. Your height will give you an advantage in this sport. At just six feet, I am one of the short guys, without the same reach. Good luck and have fun with your erg. see less 6-5 is fairly typical for male rowers and the standard model D erg will accommodate you well. You won't have any issue with the display. Really tall rowers, those who are more than 6-6, sometimes prefer the optional longer monorail. But you will be fine with a standard machine. Your height will give you an advantage in this sport. At just six feet, I am one of the short guys, without the same reach. Good luck and have fun with your erg.
Kuma
· July 10, 2015
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Yes, it splits into two pieces. Assembly/disassembly takes about 30 seconds, and the pieces are not heavy once separated. Storage is therefore straightforward, and the machine is easy to live with in this respect. On the Concept 2 web site there is a video showing just how easy it is to take apart and reassemble, and d… see more Yes, it splits into two pieces. Assembly/disassembly takes about 30 seconds, and the pieces are not heavy once separated. Storage is therefore straightforward, and the machine is easy to live with in this respect. On the Concept 2 web site there is a video showing just how easy it is to take apart and reassemble, and dimensions of the machine disassembled.
Unless you are quite heavy (say 400 pounds +) or have mobility problems (you can't sit down and stand up without difficulty) then don't buy a Model E, buy a Model D instead. Mechanically the Model D is identical to the Model E, it just sits a little lower to the floor, but the Model D is smaller, cheaper, and the monitor arm moves (so you can adjust the monitor position to obtain the optimal angle - something the Model E does not allow you to do). The Model E is only really worthwhile as a purchase over the Model D for extremely heavy or severely mobility impaired individuals. You'll also find the Model D much easier to store. see less
Yes, it splits into two pieces. Assembly/disassembly takes about 30 seconds, and the pieces are not heavy once separated. Storage is therefore straightforward, and the machine is easy to live with in this respect. On the Concept 2 web site there is a video showing just how easy it is to take apart and reassemble, and dimensions of the machine disassembled.
Unless you are quite heavy (say 400 pounds +) or have mobility problems (you can't sit down and stand up without difficulty) then don't buy a Model E, buy a Model D instead. Mechanically the Model D is identical to the Model E, it just sits a little lower to the floor, but the Model D is smaller, cheaper, and the monitor arm moves (so you can adjust the monitor position to obtain the optimal angle - something the Model E does not allow you to do). The Model E is only really worthwhile as a purchase over the Model D for extremely heavy or severely mobility impaired individuals. You'll also find the Model D much easier to store.

Kuma
· July 27, 2015
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Yes. On the right side of the flywheel, there is a lever that goes from 1 (lowest resistance) to 10 (highest resistance).
Dr. Jeff
· February 1, 2016
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When sold through Amazon, the Model E arrives in one large box: 25"W x 29"H x 58"L. There are two smaller boxes inside this extra large box.
(Note: when sold through Concept2, it ships in two boxes.)

Meredith at Concept2
Manufacturer · October 25, 2017
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Return policy - never thought about it because I fine the Concept2 had meet my needs.
Brad Brown
· March 27, 2019
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The Model E Indoor Rower requires the installation of the front and rear legs, the monitor arm, pickup cable, and the Performance Monitor using a total of 10 screws. We include the necessary tool and clear, illustrated instructions. Allow about 30–45 minutes for the job.

Watch a full video of the Model E Assembly he… see more
The Model E Indoor Rower requires the installation of the front and rear legs, the monitor arm, pickup cable, and the Performance Monitor using a total of 10 screws. We include the necessary tool and clear, illustrated instructions. Allow about 30–45 minutes for the job.

Watch a full video of the Model E Assembly here: http://www.concept2.com/service/indoor-rowers/model-e/assembly see less
The Model E Indoor Rower requires the installation of the front and rear legs, the monitor arm, pickup cable, and the Performance Monitor using a total of 10 screws. We include the necessary tool and clear, illustrated instructions. Allow about 30–45 minutes for the job.

Watch a full video of the Model E Assembly here: http://www.concept2.com/service/indoor-rowers/model-e/assembly

Meredith at Concept2
Manufacturer · October 25, 2017