Set your own pace and feel the burn on a rowing machine that gives you a full-body workout, has a digital display to see data at a glance and a foldable design that’s perfect for small spaces.
- Flywheel rowing machine with 8 levels of magnetic resistance
- Smooth and silent magnetic resistance and belt drive transmission
- Allows for low-impact, full-body workout
- Aluminium wheel, steel sliding rail and stainless steel plate
- Foldable design for convenient storage
- Seat slides back and forth 733mm
- Digital display shows scan, count, time, calories and total count
- Seat adjusts horizontally for tailored comfort
Get the heart rate up and shed through calories with the Fortis Magnetic Rowing Machine (MR-300) that works out major muscle groups including the core and obliques.
Low-impact, full-body training
Use up to 86 percent of your muscles with a rowing machine that improves endurance, strength and tones your muscles in the upper back, pecs, arms, core and obliques as well as quadriceps, calves and glutes with a high octane cardio workout that has a low impact on your joints.
Track your fitness
See your workout data at a glance with a digital display that shows your total count over the machine’s lifetime as well as time, calories and count, so you can stay on top of your fitness goals and see your improvement.
Compact and quiet
Perfect for setting up in the home, this rower features a foldable design for convenient storage. Plus, compared to standard felt friction resistance, this machine features a magnetic resistance flywheel that delivers a smooth and silent operation, with no need to replace friction pads.Click here to Get this Deal
About Dick Smith
Dick Smith is one of the most iconic retail brands in Australia. Dick Smith was, until 2016, an Australia-wide chain of retail stores that sold consumer electronics goods, hobbyist electronic components, and electronic project kits. The chain expanded successfully into New Zealand and unsuccessfully into several other countries. The company was founded in Sydney in 1968 by Dick Smith and owned by him and his wife until they sold to Woolworths Limited in 1982. In May 2016, online retailer Kogan.com purchased the Dick Smith brand, trademarks, intellectual property, and its online business in Australia and New Zealand.