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This rowing machine from Fitness First is ideal for improving your cardiovascular fitness at home, a low impact exercise method it allows you to burn body fat whilst toning your muscles. This magnetic rowing machine has an adjustable tension with 8 levels of resistance for a smoother and quieter exercising experience. With an easy to read LCD display, you’ll be able to track your work out time, count and total calories burnt, allowing you to progress with your personal workout regime. Maximum weight 110kg.

Adjustable Footplate No
Batteries Included Yes
Battery Type Required AA
Brand Fitness First
Computer Function Levels 5
Computer Functions Yes
Features of Product Adjustable tension for varied resistance. Aluminum track for ultra smooth. PU cast wheels for durablity. Deluxe PU saddle. Folds for easy storage
Foldable Yes
LCD Monitor Yes
Maximum User Weight 110kg
Number of Batteries Required 1
Packed Flat For Home Assembly Yes
Product Depth 60 cm
Product Height 200 cm
Product Width 72.6 cm
Resistance Belt
Resistance Levels 8
Tools Included Yes
Wheels Yes
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1 Like #1
Great for hanging clothes on in the bedroom
#2
Hmmmmmmm????

Why is it getting voted COLD - with no comments as to why?

Could some of the cold voters find it cheaper? And if so - could they say where? Or maybe even post the deal? THAT would be nice! :-)

Would love to find a decent running machine...... I'm not v good at rowing! (Unless its with the other half - then im VERY good!!)
;-)
1 Like #3
I agree with you cloudthecat, I would like to know why the cold votes?

cheers
3 Likes #4
stealadeal
I agree with you cloudthecat, I would like to know why the cold votes?

cheers
It must be the modern world where everybody wants to be thin and fit but wants somebody to do it for them, I wish cold voters would comment.
1 Like #5
Hot from me, as for the cold votes, shows how many fatties sit in front of their computer 24/7 ;)
1 Like #6
Hot from me :)
#7
looks a good deal. i must admit rowing machines were my favoured piece of kit at the gym.
#8
hot from me because i want to look like angela's avatar.....(_;)
1 Like #9
plazaplus
looks a good deal. i must admit rowing machines were my favoured piece of kit at the gym.
Swimming and rowing are great for toning up and at my local gym the pool wasnt much cop so the rowing machine worked a treat. for everyone who voted cold please see the below post might be your cup of tea.

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Edited By: hotstuffs on Jan 02, 2011 11:38
#10
Factoring in the general frequency of home usage, this machine should fit the bill quite nicely. The rower has been a big part of my training sessions for years, as it's a great machine to prep your muscles for further definition with a set of weight-training. Hot from me.
#11
I used to be a member of a rowing club and we had Concept 2 rowers there (when it was too rough to row on the water) but they are about £1000 each.

Not too sure how these Fitness First machines would compare to the usual gym models, but at only £125, they look a pretty good deal to me.

Rowing machines are one of the best pieces of equipment to getting fit.
#12
I think the cold votes must be because of the quality of machine. As posted above, most gyms use Concept 2 machines and they're the only machine that I've ever used that's any good. I would love a rowing machine but although cheap, there is too vast a gap in quality between the Concept 2 and any other rowing machine to make it enjoyable to use.
banned#13
hotstuffs
plazaplus
looks a good deal. i must admit rowing machines were my favoured piece of kit at the gym.
Swimming and rowing are great for toning up and at my local gym the pool wasnt much cop so the rowing machine worked a treat. for everyone who voted cold please see the below post might be your cup of tea.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/mcvitie-s-jaffa-cakes-x36-423g-trip/840852



Funnily enough, you'd have to be a complete novice/fat lazy person to find this rowing machine any use.

Cold.

Edited By: FilthAndFurry on Jan 02, 2011 12:33
#14
FilthAndFurry
hotstuffs
plazaplus
looks a good deal. i must admit rowing machines were my favoured piece of kit at the gym.
Swimming and rowing are great for toning up and at my local gym the pool wasnt much cop so the rowing machine worked a treat. for everyone who voted cold please see the below post might be your cup of tea.
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Funnily enough, you'd have to be a complete novice/fat lazy person to find this rowing machine any use.

Cold.
You would have to be a "novice/fat lazy person" Ok dont use anything and surely that will make you a professional/Thin active person. Its a rowing machine, most people on here cant spend £1000 on a rowing machine and dont want to fork out £35 a month a t the gym. So for the people who want to do alittle at home this is surely a good idea.
banned#15
hotstuffs
FilthAndFurry
hotstuffs
plazaplus
looks a good deal. i must admit rowing machines were my favoured piece of kit at the gym.
Swimming and rowing are great for toning up and at my local gym the pool wasnt much cop so the rowing machine worked a treat. for everyone who voted cold please see the below post might be your cup of tea.
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Funnily enough, you'd have to be a complete novice/fat lazy person to find this rowing machine any use.

Cold.
You would have to be a "novice/fat lazy person" Ok dont use anything and surely that will make you a professional/Thin active person. Its a rowing machine, most people on here cant spend £1000 on a rowing machine and dont want to fork out £35 a month a t the gym. So for the people who want to do alittle at home this is surely a good idea.


Using something like this would probably put people off exercising. In terms of value for money, adjust your diet, take up jogging or just join a gym.
#16
FilthAndFurry
hotstuffs
plazaplus
looks a good deal. i must admit rowing machines were my favoured piece of kit at the gym.
Swimming and rowing are great for toning up and at my local gym the pool wasnt much cop so the rowing machine worked a treat. for everyone who voted cold please see the below post might be your cup of tea.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/mcvitie-s-jaffa-cakes-x36-423g-trip/840852" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/mcvitie-s-jaffa-cakes-x36-423g-trip/840852
Funnily enough, you'd have to be a complete novice/fat lazy person to find this rowing machine any use.Cold.

And thats a reason to vote cold?:p
1 Like #17
Meow!!!!!

And they're off!!!!!

ROFL!!
1 Like #18
cloudthecat
Meow!!!!!

And they're off!!!!!

ROFL!!
I never thought hot uk deals would be so therapeutic, Its great Lol anger managment classes now cancelled.
#19
I think the general consensus is just that anything but a Concept 2 is so irritatingly cr^p that it will be awful to use so no matter how low the price it wouldn't get used. If you can bear using it then this is a good price!

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