Sunny Health & Fitness Dual Function Magnetic Rowing Machine w/ Digital Monitor, Multi-Exercise Step Plates, 275 LB Max Weight

(10 customer reviews)

$180.00

Product details

Brand Sunny Health & Fitness
Color Steel
Resistance Mechanism Magnetic
Product Dimensions 21″D x 72″W x 18.5″H
Maximum Weight Recommendation 275 Pounds
Model Name SF-RW5622
  • Magnetic tension system with 8 levels of adjustable resistance
  • Large heavy duty foot plates allow for a dual function workout, perform resisted bicep curls, upright rows, etc…targeting the arms and shoulders
  • Fully padded seat and non-slip grip handlebars provide optimal comfort and support
  • Large anti-slip foot pedals with adjustable foot straps for secure footing
  • LCD Computer displays: time, count, calories, total count, and scan
SKU: B01M8GSBON

Description

Keep your workouts fresh and new. The SF-RW5622 Dual Function Magnetic Rowing Machine will keep you excited and engaged. The dual function plates turn your traditional rower into an upper body strength machine that targets your arms, such as your biceps and shoulders. Circuit train or just row and build your cardiovascular while engaging your core and strengthening your back.


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Sunny Health & Fitness Dual Function Magnetic Rowing Machine - SF-RW5622

ROWER

FRONT RAISE ROW

BENT OVER ROWS

BICEP CURLS

UPRIGHT ROWS

Carefully designed footplates allow you to stand and perform multiple shoulder and arm exercises without having to leave the rowing machine.

BENT OVER ROWS

The dual function plates turn your traditional rower into an upper body strength machine that targets your arms, such as your biceps and shoulders.

BICEP CURLS

Circuit train or just row and build your cardiovascular while engaging your core and strengthening your back.

Digital Monitor

8-LEVEL ADJUSTABLE RESISTANCE

TEXTURED FOOT PLATES

FOLDABLE AND PORTABLE

DIGITAL MONITOR

The Digital Monitor on the SF-RW5622 displays:

  • Scan
  • Distance
  • Time
  • Count
  • Total Count
  • Calorie
  • Count/Min

8-LEVEL ADJUSTABLE RESISTANCE

Easily and conveniently change resistance so your SF-RW5622 workout can remain challenging and effective throughout your fitness journey.

TEXTURED FOOT PLATES

By utilizing the metal standing foot plates, you can use your body weight to hold the machine down and use the nylon cord to target your upper body for workouts.

FOLDABLE AND PORTABLE

Simply tilt and roll out for use or away for storage, no need for heavy lifting or muscle strain.

Folded Dimensions: 32 L x 21W x 49.5H.

Additional information

Weight 275 kg
Dimensions 21 × 72 × 18.5 cm
Brand

Sunny Health & Fitness

Color

Steel

Resistance Mechanism

Magnetic

Product Dimensions

21D x 72W x 18.5H

Model Name

SF-RW5622

Frame Material

Alloy Steel

Item Weight

64.2 Pounds

Tension Level

8

Material

Alloy Steel

Number of Batteries

2 AA batteries required. included

Display Type

LCD

Package Weight

33.11 Kilograms

Item Dimensions LxWxH

72 x 21 x 18.5 inches

Brand Name

Sunny Health & Fitness

Warranty Description

6 year structural frame 180 days other parts and components

Suggested Users

unisex-adult

Number of Items

1

Part Number

SF-RW5622

Style

SF-RW5622

Included Components

Rower User Manual

Size

49 x 22 x 9

ASIN

B01M8GSBON

Date First Available

October 11 2016

Manufacturer

Sunny Health & Fitness

10 reviews for Sunny Health & Fitness Dual Function Magnetic Rowing Machine w/ Digital Monitor, Multi-Exercise Step Plates, 275 LB Max Weight

  1. MT

    Great valueVery good machine, as good as one 3 times the price.

  2. Jess Cruz

    Best oneI loved!

  3. Carolyn Rose

    Perfect for home exercise. And can be stored away.Easy to use, easy to store away.

  4. Amazon Customer

    Great for the price pointI’ve been using the machine for three months now and I’m pretty happy with it. It is a simple rowing machine, nothing fancy about it, but it gets the job done. I live in a small house with roommates and this machine fits in my room well. It is a little hard for me to move around, but I have never had such a hard time with it that it keeps me from working out. It’s not the stupidest machine, and for me that’s fine since I have a petite frame, but if you are a large dude or something this may not be great for you. For where I am in life right now, and simply wanting the machine for a nice variation in my full body workouts, it’s perfect. If you are simply wanting a small machine at a really economical price point that will simply just let you row and get the job done, this is the machine for you.

  5. Stephanie Meyrick

    Knocking and strap getting stuck FIXEDKnocking and issues with strap not going back in FIXED. I’ve seen a lot of people having the same issue I had. Got it all put together and it was not bad at all, everything went smooth except one of the large screws/posts I had to use a rubber mallet to get it to go in. Once together I hopped on and gave it a pull, insane knocking and then the strap didn’t go back in unless I shook it and kept yanking it. I decided to take the front part(it comes put together) apart and start trying to find the problem. If sitting on the rower, the left side of the wheel and strap mechanism has a few screws and they were rubbing the inside of the welded together mount. It must have taken a blow or two during shipment because there are multiple washers in that area on both sides of the mechanism… The inside washer was knocked inside the left wheel. Hubby used a wrench to maneuver all washers on both sides of the machine mechanism and while I held it in place he put everything back together and we got the casing on and screwed back together and it works perfectly. It’s indeed very quiet once that problem is fixed. I wanted to post pics but I’m not giving amazon access to my pictures and storage just to post one picture. I feel bad seeing so many people say it’s useless to them now after spending the money so I hope this helps some of you!! I wouldn’t say don’t buy this because now that it’s working as intended, I love it. But if I had $1500 to spend I would have gone for something better. It took us three hours total to put together and fix the issue. Original put together took me, at 6 months pregnant, less than an hour and a half and I was watching a movie while doing it. Idk if there’s a way for anyone to message me but if you want pics or more help on how to fix the issue, feel free. Or try to find me on FB and I can try to help if you had the same problem as me.

  6. Robert Rose

    Assembly and SturdinessThe seat could be a little bit softer

  7. darrin

    rowing machineits great for a workout. If the bar was longer, I would have given a 5, but the tricep pull is short for anyone over 5’9. Easy to put together and use and store. Resistance levels give a great workout options

  8. Lost Goddess

    Cheap for beginnersYou get what you pay for, I guess. Putting it together would have been easier if:1. The paint hadn’t flaked off the bottom, revealing rusty metal underneath.2. The connection from the seat to the panel, which counts reps and distance, was broken.We tried to fix the connection by rewiring it. The connection worked for 2 days, and now it registers nothing. But I’m a positive person, so–at least we can still change the resistance. I can just use my phone for a timer or not count at all. Maybe I’ll work out more while watching Murder, She Wrote or Psych, which is better than the news or remodeling shows they keep showing at the gym. Those definitely make me count the minutes.The seat isn’t very comfortable, but it’s not bad. It slides easily. Maybe I’ll put a towel on it for padding, see if that makes a difference. It’s mostly my lower back that protests. The pedals are a little far apart for a short person, but it forces me to keep my knees from leaning toward each other and ruining my form.Overall, it’s a good product for a beginner. I have POTS, so I just wanted something to help with cardio to go along with my other physical therapy that keeps my symptoms at bay. My cardiologist said I had to have equipment where I can sit down so I don’t have so far to fall if I pass out. It was this or a Peloton, and I’m not shelling out $2500 for a stationary bike. If I had that much money laying around, I’d go on vacation.If you’re serious about rowing, you’re going to want to look elsewhere.

  9. Robert C. Monsen

    Great valueCheap cheap cheap, but strong! Works well, very quiet (can watch TV while using it.) Fairly easy to assemble.Would buy again

  10. Susan C

    Row your boat!Easy to use and not difficult to move around to different locations!

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