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First Degree Fitness Newport Challenge AR Water Rowing Machine $699 + free shipping

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Costco has the First Degree Fitness Newport Challenge AR Water Rowing Machine for $699 with free shipping. You must be a Costco member to purchase the item.

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https://m.costco.com/First-Degree...40367.html

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Created 06-17-2017 at 10:18 AM by JessinJ
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Can anyone compare this to the Concept2? As far as function, not price. Who has tested both?

http://shop.concept2.com/indoor-r...h-pm5.html
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From http://www.rowingmachineking.com/...ne-review/
This rower has the below, which is nifty and something I wish all of them had.(the cheaper ones)

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The monitor also has a built in USB interface that allows you to connect your monitor to your computer.

This allows you to exercise while enjoying Netflix or to train using the NetAthlon 2 XF for Fluid Rowers program. This program allows you to race against other people on the internet in a virtual 3D environment or train solo. It also allows you to track your progress over time. Another great feature of this monitor!
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Can anyone compare this to the Concept2? As far as function, not price. Who has tested both?

http://shop.concept2.com/indoor-r...h-pm5.html
If price doesn't matter then Concept. Gold standard in exercise rowers. In everything: quality, reliability, functions, service, resale value.
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Can anyone compare this to the Concept2? As far as function, not price. Who has tested both?

http://shop.concept2.com/indoor-r...h-pm5.html
This is what I've found comparing the Concept2 to the waterrower brand rowing machine

http://www.jamesstroud.com/postin...waterrower

This certainly isn't a waterrower brand rowing machine, but considering its on Amazon for $850 and it seems to have pretty high reviews, I thought this seemed to be a pretty good deal. From what I've read on this, Concept 2 is the gold standard and what you see in most gyms. The water rowing concept just seemed more natural, which is something that I was looking for.
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Concept 2 also maintains high resale value unlike most exercise equipment in case you end up not using it and want to recoup some money.
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