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Crivit Air Rowing Machine with 3 Year Warranty - £99.99 @ LIDL
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Crivit Air Rowing Machine with 3 Year Warranty - £99.99 @ LIDL

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Crivit Air Rowing Machine with 3 Year Warranty - £99.99 @ LIDL
Posted 23rd Mar 2019Edited by:"jkaa"

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3202475-mI4u1.jpg3202475-Zk02L.jpg3202475-VQqLr.jpgLidi have a number of their Crivit Air Rowing machines in stock at half price. Now £99.99

Features
  • Rowing Machine
  • For an intensive full-body workout
  • Air resistance system - 10 settings
  • Transport castors and folding seat rail for easy, space-saving storage
  • Adjustable foot strap, ball bearing mounted seat, integrated tablet holder, and ergonomic rowing handles
  • Exercise computer with 7 functions, 10 training programs and built-in light
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Top comments
Blahblahblahlol23/03/2019 20:24

Voted hot it is better to join a gym trust me.. because exercise is boring …Voted hot it is better to join a gym trust me.. because exercise is boring at home when you alone.. the benefit of the gym is you get to meet people socialise. It can affordable if you can think of ways to cut down on other spending... takeaway's mobile phone contracts etc.. Am saying this because I was going to do exercises at home but from past experience I realized I won't continue doing it so I was paying 18 a month on a sim only deal that came to a end I got the sky mobile deal 6gb for 6 pounds... so I now have money to afford the gym and make my health better...


I disagree. Life Fitness multi gym and a Sole E35 in my garage. Exercise every other day. Cuts down travel time to and from the said gym, shower in my own home within minutes and back to normal life. I’m all for the home* gym set up....
Edited by: "l1lwedge" 23rd Mar 2019
l1lwedge23/03/2019 20:38

I disagree. Life Fitness multi gym and a Sole E35 in my garage. Exercise …I disagree. Life Fitness multi gym and a Sole E35 in my garage. Exercise every other day. Cuts down travel time to and from the said gym, shower in my own home within minutes and back to normal life. I’m all for the home* gym set up....


Home gym for me too. Don't want to wait for machines or weights or bench while someones taking selfies sweating and chatting while using the equipment.
Feel like working out? Quick clothes change and 2 mins later I'm able to work out. While I don't have full amount of gym stuff, a multi gym, solid bench, squat rack, bike, rower and treadmill plus free weights gives me pretty much what I need. TV on the wall for the boring cardio and speakers for weights.
jamkhan23/03/2019 19:43

Are these good for weight loss ?


Fitness really. Diet is 90% of wieght loss.
The_Hoff23/03/2019 19:49

You need to use it, but if you did rowing is one if the highest calorie …You need to use it, but if you did rowing is one if the highest calorie burners of any sport, secondary benefit being its low impact nature.


What do you think he was planning on doing? Staring at it?
93 Comments
Great price. Has anyone used one and compared it with, say, Concept 2?
Location??
Jamieteatotal1 m ago

Location??


This is in my local Gloucester store but may be national.
Can't you get rowing machines at this price anyway? Or for about £100-£120
Are these good for weight loss ?
jamkhan23/03/2019 19:43

Are these good for weight loss ?


Fitness really. Diet is 90% of wieght loss.
jamkhan6 m ago

Are these good for weight loss ?


Creating a calorie deficit is important but lots of walking will be less strenuous to start with, fat is metabolised at a heart rate not much higher than resting Rowing's a GREAT all round exercise to get you fit and a bit stronger though certainly, coastal rowing is good fun!
jamkhan23/03/2019 19:43

Are these good for weight loss ?


You need to use it, but if you did rowing is one if the highest calorie burners of any sport, secondary benefit being its low impact nature.
danfisherdan23/03/2019 19:45

Fitness really. Diet is 90% of wieght loss.


I'm sure you have a solid reference for this killer fact.
The_Hoff23/03/2019 19:49

You need to use it, but if you did rowing is one if the highest calorie …You need to use it, but if you did rowing is one if the highest calorie burners of any sport, secondary benefit being its low impact nature.


What do you think he was planning on doing? Staring at it?
stevo610523/03/2019 19:14

Can't you get rowing machines at this price anyway? Or for about £100-£120


I'm someone that's interested in buying a rowing machine for home use, and I can tell you this much - not all rowing machines are made equal. Everyone agrees that the Concept 2 machine are the best, but a new one of them will cost you £850. I've always thought that you must be able to get something worth having for a couple of hundred quid - which is more my budget - but I've never confidently found the right model. I'd be interested to know if this is a genuine bargain at £100 or not.
Pagemaster23/03/2019 19:55

What do you think he was planning on doing? Staring at it?


I appreciate your humour, but a lot of people DO end up hanging clothing on them.
Edited by: "Farmer_Humpf" 23rd Mar 2019
Farmer_Humpf23/03/2019 19:56

I'm someone that's interested in buying a rowing machine for home use, and …I'm someone that's interested in buying a rowing machine for home use, and I can tell you this much - not all rowing machines are made equal. Everyone agrees that the Concept 2 machine are the best, but a new one of them will cost you £850. I've always thought that you must be able to get something worth having for a couple of hundred quid - which is more my budget - but I've never confidently found the right model. I'd be interested to know if this is a genuine bargain at £100 or not.


Yup I'm in the exact same boat as you mate if you get my drift
I'm in the same boat (sorry) as gungho, i got hold of a friend machine but it was based on big resistance bands and it was the most useless thing I've ever used. This looks like it would offer realistic resistance. If this is the case I'd be prepared to spend £100 on it as i remember from rowing in the gym many years ago, that it is a great way to work out and, as mentioned, low impact. And a lot less boring than running!
Farmer_Humpf23/03/2019 19:56

I appreciate your humour, but a lot of people DO end up hanging clothing …I appreciate your humour, but a lot of people DO end up hanging clothing on them.


True, But I'm still sure he/she didn't need telling he would actually have to use it... bit condescending IMHO, still, here is a smiley face
Edited by: "Pagemaster" 23rd Mar 2019
As with others on here, I'm wondering how good this rowing machine is. Has anyone bought one that can give opinions?
Voted hot it is better to join a gym trust me.. because exercise is boring at home when you alone.. the benefit of the gym is you get to meet people socialise. It can affordable if you can think of ways to cut down on other spending... takeaway's mobile phone contracts etc.. Am saying this because I was going to do exercises at home but from past experience I realized I won't continue doing it so I was paying 18 a month on a sim only deal that came to a end I got the sky mobile deal 6gb for 6 pounds... so I now have money to afford the gym and make my health better...
Blahblahblahlol23/03/2019 20:24

Voted hot it is better to join a gym trust me.. because exercise is boring …Voted hot it is better to join a gym trust me.. because exercise is boring at home when you alone.. the benefit of the gym is you get to meet people socialise. It can affordable if you can think of ways to cut down on other spending... takeaway's mobile phone contracts etc.. Am saying this because I was going to do exercises at home but from past experience I realized I won't continue doing it so I was paying 18 a month on a sim only deal that came to a end I got the sky mobile deal 6gb for 6 pounds... so I now have money to afford the gym and make my health better...


I disagree. Life Fitness multi gym and a Sole E35 in my garage. Exercise every other day. Cuts down travel time to and from the said gym, shower in my own home within minutes and back to normal life. I’m all for the home* gym set up....
Edited by: "l1lwedge" 23rd Mar 2019
l1lwedge23/03/2019 20:38

I disagree. Life Fitness multi gym and a Sole E35 in my garage. Exercise …I disagree. Life Fitness multi gym and a Sole E35 in my garage. Exercise every other day. Cuts down travel time to and from the said gym, shower in my own home within minutes and back to normal life. I’m all for the home* gym set up....


Home gym for me too. Don't want to wait for machines or weights or bench while someones taking selfies sweating and chatting while using the equipment.
Feel like working out? Quick clothes change and 2 mins later I'm able to work out. While I don't have full amount of gym stuff, a multi gym, solid bench, squat rack, bike, rower and treadmill plus free weights gives me pretty much what I need. TV on the wall for the boring cardio and speakers for weights.
Pagemaster23/03/2019 19:55

What do you think he was planning on doing? Staring at it?


I bet you're fun at a party.

Perhaps you missed the joke.
Edited by: "The_Hoff" 23rd Mar 2019
jamkhan23/03/2019 19:43

Are these good for weight loss ?


A balanced diet and exercise will do wonders for you; feel good about yourself and you will feel good about the world!

Rowing itself is a great exercise, I have the Concept 2, and it hits a number of muscle groups in a low impact manner as others have mentioned.

Exercise not only helps you lose weight, but it also gives you shape that dieting alone won’t. It releases endorphins into your system, which gives you the feelgood factor and it also resets your appetite sensors. Furthermore, it causes your body to store fat more evenly over your whole body, rather than it collecting either on the belly or hips depending on the gender. Basically, it’s all good news!

A few tips for you, not exhaustive, from one whom has been training for 30+ years:

* Momentum is critical i.e. stick to a regular plan and don’t deviate from it e.g. 15-mins, 3-times / week.
* Overdoing it is as bad as underdoing it. Be realistic from the outset.
* Fit your training in with your lifestyle, such that it is not a burden to have to do it.
* These rowers can be quite noisy and so listening to music, or an audiobook, through headphones is a good way to block out the noise and make the training more fun.
* Mix-up the manner in which you row, just to inject something a little different into the routine e.g. five minutes of full-on rowing one day, 15 minutes of gentle rowing the next.

Enjoy!
Edited by: "smallsteve" 24th Mar 2019
brum21 m ago

Home gym for me too. Don't want to wait for machines or weights or bench …Home gym for me too. Don't want to wait for machines or weights or bench while someones taking selfies sweating and chatting while using the equipment.Feel like working out? Quick clothes change and 2 mins later I'm able to work out. While I don't have full amount of gym stuff, a multi gym, solid bench, squat rack, bike, rower and treadmill plus free weights gives me pretty much what I need. TV on the wall for the boring cardio and speakers for weights.


I’m with you. Fancied adding a rowing machine to my collection. Tempted by this.
Blahblahblahlol41 m ago

Voted hot it is better to join a gym trust me.. because exercise is boring …Voted hot it is better to join a gym trust me.. because exercise is boring at home when you alone.. the benefit of the gym is you get to meet people socialise. It can affordable if you can think of ways to cut down on other spending... takeaway's mobile phone contracts etc.. Am saying this because I was going to do exercises at home but from past experience I realized I won't continue doing it so I was paying 18 a month on a sim only deal that came to a end I got the sky mobile deal 6gb for 6 pounds... so I now have money to afford the gym and make my health better...


And, for the record. Weight loss/fitness is all about mentality. Where you’re doing it doesn’t make a difference. If you are focused you will achieve.
Blahblahblahlol57 m ago

Voted hot it is better to join a gym trust me.. because exercise is boring …Voted hot it is better to join a gym trust me.. because exercise is boring at home when you alone.. the benefit of the gym is you get to meet people socialise. It can affordable if you can think of ways to cut down on other spending... takeaway's mobile phone contracts etc.. Am saying this because I was going to do exercises at home but from past experience I realized I won't continue doing it so I was paying 18 a month on a sim only deal that came to a end I got the sky mobile deal 6gb for 6 pounds... so I now have money to afford the gym and make my health better...


Depends upon the individual and their circumstances; there is no one size fits all. With the correct equipment, you can train perfectly well from home as i do. For some people though, this just wouldn’t work for many reasons including the ones that you mention. Horses for courses.
Important thing is to get started, howsoever. What works best, will make itself obvious down the line.
smallsteve23/03/2019 20:48

A balanced diet and exercise will do wonders for you; feel good about …A balanced diet and exercise will do wonders for you; feel good about yourself and you will feel good about the world!Rowing itself is a great exercise, I have the Concept 2, and it hits a number of muscle groups in a low impact manner as others have mentioned.Exercise not only helps you lose weight, but it also gives you shape that dieting alone won’t. It releases endorphins into your system, which gives you the feelgood factor and it also resets your appetite sensors. Furthermore, it causes your body to store fat more evenly over your whole body, rather than it collecting either on the belly or hips depending on the gender. Basically, it’s all good news!A few tips for you, not exhaustive, from one whom has been training for 30+ years:* Momentum is critical i.e. stick to a regular plan and don’t deviate from it e.g. 15-mins, 3-times / week.* Overdoing it is as bad as underdoing it. Be realistic from the outset.* Fit your training in with your lifestyle, such that it is not a burden to have to do it.* These rowers can be quite noisy and so listening to music, or an audiobook, through headphones is a good way to block out the noise and make the training more fun.* Mix-up the manner in which you row, just to inject something a little different into the routine e.g. five minutes of cardio one day, 15 minutes of gentle rowing the next.Enjoy!


45 minutes a week is a bit feeble
lucas23/03/2019 21:25

45 minutes a week is a bit feeble


Not for a beginner! It’s important not to burn-up the enthusiasm in the first couple of weeks. To my mind, for what it’s worth, I feel it’s more important to build up momentum rather than number of minutes. Too many people start out full of enthusiasm and overdo it, only to give up soon after.
The_Hoff23/03/2019 20:45

I bet you're fun at a party.Perhaps you missed the joke.


I bet your not.
Blahblahblahlol3 h, 42 m ago

the benefit of the gym is you get to meet people socialise.


I massively disagree, other people at the gym are the problem. The benefit of the gym is space and choice of exercise machines.
Row row row your boat gently down the stream.....or in the living room, whichever
That reminds me ‘I need to score some more steroids...’
will check my local ill update if there is any
Edited by: "MarkThisDay" 24th Mar 2019
Farmer_Humpf23/03/2019 19:56

I'm someone that's interested in buying a rowing machine for home use, and …I'm someone that's interested in buying a rowing machine for home use, and I can tell you this much - not all rowing machines are made equal. Everyone agrees that the Concept 2 machine are the best, but a new one of them will cost you £850. I've always thought that you must be able to get something worth having for a couple of hundred quid - which is more my budget - but I've never confidently found the right model. I'd be interested to know if this is a genuine bargain at £100 or not.


I have a concept 2 which is the benchmark fro rowing machines, was lucky to pick one up for 450 with just 6K on it model D with pm5), which was a total steal, as they keep their price well and are normally around 600. This looks to be a total copy apart from the arm holding the monitor.

Benefits of the Concept 2 are the build quality, availability of spares, ergData app etc so I would suggest those that are serious would buy that. I am guessing that the build quality of the civit wont be as good ( but probably will have a 3 year warranty), spares will probably he harder to get etc. However for 99 quid its got to be worth a punt for occasional users, and you'll probably get your money back on ebay/gumtree ( especially if you can pass on the warranty)
I purchase a concept 2 for 450 in feb 2018 had only done 100k which isn’t a lot. Used it weekly around three time for 30mins each. Currently shows 690k. I would say save up and buy rather than get a cheaper rowing machine.

As others have said it’s noisy so I use headphones and mount my tablet below the monitor to watch tv Netflix etc.

Also check gumtree Shpock for local sellers and obvs ebay
danfisherdan14 h, 14 m ago

Fitness really. Diet is 90% of wieght loss.


If exercise can get your body's metabolic rate to a level where it burns fat then it will help. Dieting alone can obviously achieve a desired weight loss but I suspect exercise + diet is a much better way to reduce fat stored around the body's organs (Visceral fat).
Hammerit4424/03/2019 09:32

https://www.facebook.com/lidlireland/videos/1968196509860530/ …https://www.facebook.com/lidlireland/videos/1968196509860530/


A great example of a terrible rowing technique!!
This video is a good demo for beginners: youtube.com/wat…2_4
The_Hoff15 h, 22 m ago

You need to use it, but if you did rowing is one if the highest calorie …You need to use it, but if you did rowing is one if the highest calorie burners of any sport, secondary benefit being its low impact nature.


Unless you have a bad lower back. Ouch.
Not a bad price for an ok looking Rower. I have found though that local FB buy and sell groups are awesome for second hand stuff like Rowers as people buy them and use them as clothes racks, picked up a £350 Rower for £20 ages ago, a £450 cross trainer for £25.. Olympic bar and 100kg of weights for £20 - didn't have the heart to tell him he could have scrapped it for more! Was just about to fork out for a new rower when a mate sent me a link to the one on FB and since then I've always kept an eye out, want a hack squat next!!

Amazing bargains if you wait around for them.. I've a fully stocked home gym, some stuff new like a cage and punch bag but you could probably kit out a full gym for £500-£1000 with some serious equipment second hand. I strongly recommend a power cage, that thing has saved my life multiple times haha..Just make sure your bars are the right size to fit one otherwise you may need to buy new bars as well..

And after all that I still go to a gym 90% of the time instead of training at home - but its handy to have it all there..
Silverwolf1 h, 20 m ago

A great example of a terrible rowing technique!! This video is a …A great example of a terrible rowing technique!! This video is a good demo for beginners: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPwJs2302_4 [Video]


My technique is probably in between the bad and good approaches. If I made a conscious decision to adopt the recommended technique what benefit would I see?
mcrobbj2 h, 5 m ago

I have a concept 2 which is the benchmark fro rowing machines, was lucky …I have a concept 2 which is the benchmark fro rowing machines, was lucky to pick one up for 450 with just 6K on it model D with pm5), which was a total steal, as they keep their price well and are normally around 600. This looks to be a total copy apart from the arm holding the monitor.Benefits of the Concept 2 are the build quality, availability of spares, ergData app etc so I would suggest those that are serious would buy that. I am guessing that the build quality of the civit wont be as good ( but probably will have a 3 year warranty), spares will probably he harder to get etc. However for 99 quid its got to be worth a punt for occasional users, and you'll probably get your money back on ebay/gumtree ( especially if you can pass on the warranty)


Thanks, that's helpful. If I can find one locally, I think I'll give it a try. From my experience a lot of these Lidl product are a lot better than you'd expect them to be for the money. I hope this is one of them!
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