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The WaterRower: simplicity, elegance and timeless design

The WaterRower: simplicity, elegance and timeless design

In our previous article, we wrote about the benefits of exercising at home, the effectiveness of rowing for training your entire body and what makes the WaterRower so unique today. Because by using water as a resistance element, the rowing machine creates an even, shock-free and pleasant resistance. Thus, the WaterRower simulates real rowing in a natural way.

In this article, we will discuss more about the unique and timeless design of the WaterRower. Exercising at home is not always done using equipment: treadmills, bikes, cross-trainers and rowing machines are often large, heavy and usually require a 220v connection. In addition, most home gym owners often put away a piece of equipment because it takes up a lot of space and does not fit in with the interior. The WaterRower offers the solution. Because in addition to the technology, we also focused on the design.

Distinctive design

Visually, the WaterRower is a real eye-catcher. It has a compact, rectilinear build, and by using distinctive, high-quality materials, it fits effortlessly into any environment. The highly durable feet made of high-quality rubber protect the floor and keep the WaterRower from sliding. Finished rowing? Then you simply place the WaterRower upright with a single motion, and then it takes up no more space than a chair. And no matter the position, the water always stays in the tank.

"The design of the WaterRower achieves an exceptional blend of form, function, design and durability."

So do you exercise at home and want to train your entire body within one workout? Then consider indoor rowing with the WaterRower, the rowing machine with a timeless design.

WaterRower, strong for more than 30 years

WaterRower has been designing and manufacturing rowing machines of exceptional quality and unique design since 1988. The WaterRower was designed in the 1980s by John Duke, rower with Yale University and US National Team. The rowing machine is not only a visual eye-catcher but also a technical highlight. It has a compact, rectilinear build, and by using distinctive, high-quality materials, it fits effortlessly into any environment. www.waterrower.nl

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