Marcy Azure Magnetic Rowing Machine

Marcy Azure Magnetic Rowing Machine
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Constructed with solid 14-gauge steel, this quality and easy-to-use rowing machine features a belt-driven 4kg magnetic flywheel, robust seat rollers, and a solid aluminium rail, plus a device stand to prop up your tablet or phone. Feel the burn and give your upper legs, back and arms an intense workout with this silent and smooth machine from Marcy.

  • No mains power source required
  • Eight manual resistance levels
  • Simple one-button computer with clear display
  • One pin release system to fold the rail upwards and secure in place
  • Wide and long, ergonomically-moulded seat pad with soft padded foam seat 
  • Large pivoting pedals with secure wrap-around hook and loop strap 
  • Foam handle with stitched nylon strap
  • Aluminium seat rail feels smooth and robust - also caters to taller users
  • Magnetic adjustment system is whisper quiet and feels ultra-smooth
  • Large transport rollers in the centre to move when folded

What's in the box?
  • 1 x RE1016 recumbent
  • 1 x assembly and user guide
  • 1 x assembly tools
  • 2 x AA batteries

Technical specifications:
  • Computer display: clear LCD display (not backlit)
  • Computer readout: scrolls through time, calories (kCAL), strokes, total strokes (multiple workouts)
  • Flywheel weight: 4kg 
  • Transmission drive: belt driven, high grade rubber
  • Framework: 5cm x 5cm (2") 14-gauge steel frame
  • Paint finish: powder coated chip resistant paint
  • Maximum user height: 1.9m (6'2")
  • Maximum user weight: 110kg/ 17 stone
  • Seat distance: 68cm (27")
  • Seat height from floor: 31cm (12")
  • Pedals (l x w): 30cm x 11cm (12" x 4")
  • Folded rowing machine (l x w x d): 90cm x 49cm x 119cm (35" x 19.5" x 47")
  • Assembled rowing machine (l x w x d): 180cm x 49cm x 87cm (71" x 19.5" x 34.3")
  • Weight: 26.5kg

Delivered directly from Marcy: please allow 5 - 7 working days for delivery. UK mainland only

All measurements are approximate

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