|Weight||24 Pounds (Brits-Amerikaans maatsysteem)|
|Sport||54000 oefening en fitness|
|Meegeleverde onderdelen||Een roeitoestel, een handleiding (mogelijk niet beschikbaar in het Nederlands).|
|Merk||Sunny Health & Fitness|
|maximum weight capacity||100 Kilogram|
|Afdeling||Uniseks – volwassene|
|Fabrikant||Sunny Health & Fitness|
|Productafmetingen||137.16 x 50.8 x 58.42 cm; 9.48 kg|
Sunny Health & Fitness SF-RW1205 Roeitoestelrower met 12-traps aanpasbare hydraulische weerstand, digitale monitor en max. 100 kg gewicht, ergometer, trainingscomputer, roeimachine voor thuis.
|Prijs:||€86,50 (€0,23 / oz)|
|Prijzen zijn inclusief btw.|
Je aankoop verbeteren
|Merk||Sunny Health & Fitness|
|Afmetingen van item (L x B x H)||137.2 x 50.8 x 58.4 centimeter|
|Gewicht van item||20.9 Pond|
|Aanbevolen maximumgewicht||220 Pond|
|Aantal batterijen||2 AA batterijen vereist. (inbegrepen)|
|Materiaal van frame||Gelegeerd staal.|
Over dit item
- De magnetische weerstandsstandaard met 12 niveaus: het hydraulische weerstandssysteem van dit roeitoestel maakt gelijkmatig en geluidsarm roeien in alle 12 weerstandsniveaus mogelijk.
- Digitale monitor: houd je trainingsvoortgang in het oog met de fitnesscomputer in het oog, die je de volgende categorieën weergeeft: trainingstijd, slagen in totaal, calorieverbruik, doorloopweergave (scAN).
- Aanpasbaar: pas je trainingservaring individueel aan door de verstelbare pedaallussen aan je voeten en het roeiapparaat met behulp van de steunen aan je huis aan te passen.
- Ergonomisch: geniet van comfortabel roeien met draaibare voetpedalen, schuimrubberen handgrepen en een speciaal voor je comfort ontworpen gevoerde zitting. De maximale staplengte is 940 mm.
- Ruimte: het compacte ontwerp van dit roeitoestel maakt het mogelijk om het van ruimte naar ruimte te vervoeren of het permanent op te bergen.
Koop het met
Volg je trainingsvoortgang met de digitale monitor, die je de volgende categorieën weergeeft: trainingstijd, slagen, totale slagen, calorieverbruik, doorloopweergave (scan).
Breng je aan de grenzen van je uithoudingsvermogen door de hydraulische spanning te verhogen of te verlagen.
Bereik een grotere bewegingsomvang met elke slag dankzij de aanpasbare en draaibare pedalen en een vaste helling.
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Conclusion: Is this a gym quality machine? Nope. Is it functional, practical and worth buying? Yes. This is not something I would recommend to an Olympian but for the average person looking to burn a few calories while watching TV, this is the way to go.
Update as of 3/22/2020, When I wrote the first review, I weighed 220 lbs. I now weigh 154. I'm 14 lbs from my goal weight. The rower still works like a breeze. I use my treadmill and bike for heavy cardio but the rower is still a staple. It is amazing for cross training. The foot rests still haven't broken, so that is a plus 😂 Still no loss in resistance. Now that I am in better shape, I notice that if I go fast, I can actually slide it across my floor with the momentum. I put it on .5 inch gym flooring and have had no issue since.
My boyfriend who is 5'10, 180 lbs and a hardcore volleyball player is in love with this thing. According to him, it isn't a true rower but works on his muscular imbalances caused by playing one sport.
I've though about upgrading to a more advanced rower but who am I kidding? I'm not a professional and it still does what I purchased it for. No complaints.
On a side note, I made significant lifestyle changes to accomplish my weight loss. When I first started and couldn't walk more than 5 minutes at a time, this rower was a true challenge but I outgrew it about a month in and started regularly walking. I no longer use it every day, maybe 3-5 times a month for about 25-30 minutes.
It is recommended to only use for 10 minutes at a time. And then let rest for 10 minutes before using again as the piston resistance is friction based on the inside and can heat up with use making the parts inside the piston more pliable and loose. So that is exactly what we do. We use the machine as part of a circuit in our routines and only use it for 10 minutes at a time. If you are using the machine correctly, it works exactly as it should.
We have had it for two weeks now and love it. It's a regular part of our regimen and we are feeling the results happily.
If you are looking for a machine that you can do for more than 10 minutes at a time, you should consider the cord based machines. If you are looking for an inexpensive rowing machine as part of a work out circuit, this is a good choice.
I take it steady and use no.3 setting for the present. First task was to get up and control the B seat while I did so. I ended up on my back, pretty helpless!. So I moved a stool closer for support. My muscles aren't strong enough to roll over and get back up on my feet. So I have become more canny and perform within my limits. Lesson learned. I chose the Sunny because I could restrict myself to a 'fore and aft' pull, with a narrow grip, and strengthen the thighs and tummy. Some rowers need an outward movement of the elbows. I took my time choosing this machine and I am happy with it - it is in my conservatory and I can watch TV or listen to my HiFi as I exercise.
This one all you do is screw in a couple of parts, I mean just a couple, even the rubber was on the handlebars and I know some people had issues with that.
I have MS and was a bit scared it would be flimsy like the one I returned but it's not. This machine really does feel sturdy. I'm 5' 5" and 12 stone, hence the reason for purchase. I felt quite safe on it, the seat is wide enough for my fat bahookie and comfortable enough. Did it for 5 minutes on the lowest setting then came off. I intend to start with 5 minutes a few times a day then build up to longer sessions.
The reason for 4 stars is that the display thingy doesn't appear to be working well at all, not that I need it, maybe I haven't worked that out yet. I also don't think it's suitable for anyone much taller than me if you want a full leg stretch on the pull, maybe 5' 10" or something would be OK. I think this is the perfect machine for someone like me, disabled or mature that just wants to get fit at a nice slow pace to suit. Laughing now, when I first started to try the very first pull I thought the hydraulic thing was broken because it wouldn't move, turns out it was just at the higher setting and I'm a wimp, so watch for that one. I've used rowing machines in the gym and have to say I'm really happy with what I got for this price and having it in the house means I can suit myself when I use it.