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The WaterRower is equipped with a water flywheel. Inside the flywheel there are paddles that spin as you start pulling on handles, thus creating friction with water and creating resistance. This is the closest thing that you can get to simulate rowing on water. See More
The WaterRower can be connected to a PC and has its own software called We-Row. This software can be downloaded to your PC and it allows you to have rowing races against other WaterRower users. It also stores your training data. See More
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This is an air rowing machine which means that the resistance is provided by an internal flywheel. The flywheel creates wind as you pull on the handles which creates more resistance. Pulling harder means the flywheel will spin faster and create more wind, thus creating more resistance. This creates a similar feeling as rowing on water. See More
The Concept 2 Model D is made of high quality material that is built to last. The front legs are made of aluminum and rear legs are made of steel. The cord is a nickel-plated steel chain, the monorail itself is made out of aluminum, and the seat track is made of stainless-steel. See More
The Model 2 is equipped with Performance monitor 5, a mini-computer that is full of features and workout preferences. Along with tracking 5 different stats, it has built-in pre-set workouts or you can customize a workout routine. You can even play games on it. See More
The settings on the damper can be adjusted from level 1 to level 10. Different levels will give you a different sense of rowing. Lower levels give you a perception of a smaller and faster boat, while higher levels will feel like rowing a heavier boat. See More