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Seems like a good deal. $100 less than Walmart.

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Concept2 is the only way to go with a rower purchase. They hold their value extremely well. I bought a used one and used it for 10 years and sold it for more than I paid for it originally. The C2 might seem more expensive, but it will hold its value. The one listed here will be worth almost nothing after a year.
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Lol. Lie much?? Duh! You brought up a $900 USED rower in a thread about a $250 NEW rower in the 4th post of this thread.
Alright bud, you got me 🙄
Have a good day.
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Concept2 is the only way to go with a rower purchase. They hold their value extremely well. I bought a used one and used it for 10 years and sold it for more than I paid for it originally. The C2 might seem more expensive, but it will hold its value. The one listed here will be worth almost nothing after a year.
After I build my budget I will buy C2.
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Thank you for bringing it up. Its good to know and keep in mind when shopping for a good one. Now I know Smilie
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Lol. Again...recommending someone spend 4x the money on a USED item (they'd even be lucky to find today) in a thread about a $250 NEW item that's available now. Geez. What's wrong with you people?? At $250 who cares what it's worth in a year if its still working for them? What is any $250 piece of exercise equipment worth after a year of use?? Smgdh!
The Slickdeals argument here is both. If you're a one and done excerciser, then buy this, if you feel like you'll be dedicated to actually use the equipment over the long run, buy the c2. I have bought junk equipment before and it's paid off but as I have had kids, I use my equipment much more at home and all the cheap stuff is already breaking/not advanced enough anymore.
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Personally, i appreciate the suggestion of the C2 and didnt feel like the poster was comparing the 2 with cost in mind.
Just that if you're willing to spend more money, want something higher quality, or are concerned about it holding its value, the c2 is the way to go.
Not that this is a bad unit for the price.

I found it helpful... aside from the fact that now im torn on which to get.
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Personally, i appreciate the suggestion of the C2 and didnt feel like the poster was comparing the 2 with cost in mind.
Just that if you're willing to spend more money, want something higher quality, or are concerned about it holding its value, the c2 is the way to go.
Not that this is a bad unit for the price.

I found it helpful... aside from the fact that now im torn on which to get.
If you've never rowed and are unsure of the future using it, I'd stick with the cheaper one. If you're hard headed like me and love short but very effective workouts (25-60min) and will push yourself to use it, get the c2
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If you've never rowed and are unsure of the future using it, I'd stick with the cheaper one. If you're hard headed like me and love short but very effective workouts (25-60min) and will push yourself to use it, get the c2
Well, the two things that make me lean towards the c2.

1.) I do work out a lot now (cardio). I run. But ive been meaning to do some core work. So this seems like a win win for that. And since i do work out now, i think im more apt to use it than someone who doesnt.
2.) If it does hold its value (the c2) and for some reason i don't like it. seems like i could get most if not all my money back. Of course this doesn't include the hassle of selling it.

What id be curious to know is the resistance. The one listed here doesn't have anything adjustable, i don't think. So im curious to know what resistance difference is between the models.
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Well, the two things that make me lean towards the c2.

1.) I do work out a lot now (cardio). I run. But ive been meaning to do some core work. So this seems like a win win for that. And since i do work out now, i think im more apt to use it than someone who doesnt.
2.) If it does hold its value (the c2) and for some reason i don't like it. seems like i could get most if not all my money back. Of course this doesn't include the hassle of selling it.

What id be curious to know is the resistance. The one listed here doesn't have anything adjustable, i don't think. So im curious to know what resistance difference is between the models.
The c2 has adjustments but if you look at rowing subreddit it seems like most leave it in one place
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I got my C2 couple of years ago through CL used from this lady who was selling off her son's fitness items. (he was just storing the items at her barn and she wanted the space).

Got it for less than $500.

C2 is wonderful. You can carry your work out stats with you in the card and use it at a gym if they have C2 (which most high end gyms do - even my YMCA does).

Bargain C2 is out there if you look.
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The c2 has adjustments but if you look at rowing subreddit it seems like most leave it in one place
Most people adjust the resistance to match water resistance, and leave it there. Concept2 rowing machine has built-in sensor to help you set the correct resistance.
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I got my C2 couple of years ago through CL used from this lady who was selling off her son's fitness items. (he was just storing the items at her barn and she wanted the space).

Got it for less than $500.

C2 is wonderful. You can carry your work out stats with you in the card and use it at a gym if they have C2 (which most high end gyms do - even my YMCA does).

Bargain C2 is out there if you look.
I appreciate the review of the C2 but the current environment is a far cry from 2 years ago. A "bargain C2" is like a needle in a haystack due to the COVID-19 situation where most people are working out a home and looking for gym equipment. I've been looking for a used C2 for a while now (due to new models being sold out everywhere) and the used machines are going for far more than new, retail price ($1,500+) in my area. I'm currently on the wait list for a new C2 ($900) directly from Concept but it's a 2 month wait.

I'm tempted by this deal but I've been burnt by cheap exercise equipment before.
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I appreciate the review of the C2 but the current environment is a far cry from 2 years ago. A "bargain C2" is like a needle in a haystack due to the COVID-19 situation where most people are working out a home and looking for gym equipment. I've been looking for a used C2 for a while now (due to new models being sold out everywhere) and the used machines are going for far more than new, retail price ($1,500+) in my area. I'm currently on the wait list for a new C2 ($900) directly from Concept but it's a 2 month wait.

I'm tempted by this deal but I've been burnt by cheap exercise equipment before.
Check Amazon frequently and order it even if backstock
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