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Kettler COACH E Rowing Machine 7975-160

$1,799.99 $1,399.99

Kettler COACH E Rowing Machine 7975-160

Effective All Around Rowing Machine and Full-Body Workout!

Kettler Coach E Rowing Machine
The Kettler Coach E Rowing Machine is ideal for the most demanding home gym and built to last. It's silent and silky smooth rowing motion pleases even the most disconcerting rower.

Rowing is one of the best possible full body workouts to challenge every major muscle group of the body. Rowing strengthens and tones the muscular system while at the same time providing an excellent cardiovascular workout. Rowing also offers a well balanced form of stamina training which improves the performance of both the circulatory and respiratory system. Rowing also improves and maintains flexibility and is impact free. Rowing also provides an excellent way to loose weight, burn calories and rehabilitate muscles, ligaments and joints while also helping to relieve stress. Whether you are a novice or personal trainer, or whether you are young or old, KETTLE~ offers the perfect rower suitable for all ages and various skill levels.

• SIEMENS® electronic LCD high resolution computer display is easy to read and calibrated for maximum accuracy
• Informative computer provides the following workout data: Time, Distance, Energy, Strokes, Pulse Rate, and Frequency
• Users can select from a total of 12 programs including programs with Heart Rate Control
• Computer display includes graphic 450 dot matrix showing program hill profiles
• Computer includes 2 Heart Rate Control programs that automatically adjust resistance in order to maintain one's target heart rate for exercise
• Includes a Polar T34 chest strap heart rate monitor which senses heart rate and wirelessly transmits the data to the computer
• Computer includes a recovery feature which provides a cardio wellness grading indexed 1 to 6 to track improvement
• Computer includes a scan function enabling it to rotate the workout information to a larger digital readout in the center of the display
• KETTLER Induktions Brake System provides an extensive range of variable and frictionless electromagnetic resistance for a smooth and challenging workout
• Resistance can be adjusted from 25 watts to 500 watts providing enough range to challenge any level of athlete
• Biomechanically correct footplates offer a natural pivoting action providing a full longitudinal rowing motion
• Thick padding on the seat provides maximum comfort and combines with top grade rollers to yield exceptionally smooth performance
• Seat glides fluently along the chrome plated steel rails
• Seat is built with sealed ball bearings to eliminate need for lubrication
• Unit can be stored in the vertical position in order to free up space
• Frame is made of high carbon steel and powder coated and has a lifetime warranty against breakage
• Transport castors are built-in to make moving simple and easy
• An additional benefit of the innovative design is the ability to perform 16 different exercises for unmatched flexibility
• Quick Attach backboard and front step plate are included for performing the additional exercises
• A 110-120 volt AC power source is required

Setup Length/Width/Height: 80 x 20 x 26 inches
Setup Weight: 104 lbs
Weight Limit: 285 lbs
Assembly Required
Residential 3 Year Parts, 1 Year Labor 

You won't find a comparable rowing machine at this incredible price.

This product is extremely heavy and it is shipped by large freight trucks.... lift gate service, inside delivery and/or set-up is not included. Extra charges apply for lift gate service, inside delivery and/or set-up.  For assistance send us an email.

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