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If you wish to get a good overall workout, this is a great machine. Rowing machine will work many muscles like biceps, triceps, deltoids, calves, quadriceps, hamstrings, pecs, upper back, glutes, abs, obliques, and lats. .
CyclingForLess
Seller · March 11, 2019
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I did not pay for assembly, maybe ask the manufacturer about that. The product was simple to assemble myself. Took maybe 20 minutes and it comes with all the necessary tools.
M. Strzelinski
· January 6, 2019
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Yes there are 10 tension levels. The max tension is not super difficult, but if you work out for 15 minutes or more you will certainly feel it.
Jack
· July 6, 2019
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nylon
Jack
· February 10, 2019
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I think you will be too tall for the item. I am sorry.
CyclingForLess
Seller · February 22, 2019
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No it will not fit under a bed. It does fold, however it folds upright.
CyclingForLess
Seller · March 15, 2018
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yes
John Short
· November 10, 2018
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It does have a computer to keep track of distance and time. It is a basic rowing machine, and I enjoy using it.
CyclingForLess
Seller · January 4, 2019
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Easy enough, I think it took me about 30 minutes but that was with me also doing other things at the same time...If I had just worked on putting this together I think it would have taken me 15 minutes or less.
Diva PR
· March 6, 2019
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Yes, it tones legs, glutes, back, shoulders, arms and chest in varying degrees, depending on where the motions originate.
Julie G.
· February 6, 2018