BodyWorx KR6000 Magnetic Rowing Machine KR6000MAG

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Condition:
New
Resistance type:
Magnetic (quiet and consistent)
Resistance levels:
8 levels - manual control via lever
Programs:
nil
Seat:
Large padded seat
Footplates:
Large foot rests with velcro straps
Slide-rail:
Aluminium - distance from heel to end of rail = 90cm
Drive system:
Belt
Console:
Compact LCD Display
Feedback:
Scan, Time, Calories, Count, Distance & RPM
Heart-Rate:
Wireless heart rate receiver (chest strap not included - see Related Products below)
Flywheel:
Not declared
Power:
Battery (no plug needed)
Foldable:
Yes
User capacity:
150kg
Assembled size:
218L x 52W x 92H cm
Transport wheels:
Yes
Other features:
EN957 Safety Standard Compliant
  • BodyWorx KR6000MAG Rower
  • BodyWorx KR6000 Magnetic Rower folded
  • BodyWorx KR6000 console
  • Folded again
  • BodyWorx KR6000 Magnetic Rower
RRP: $799.00
Sale Price: $685.00
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Description

Strong, quiet, and foldable magnetic rowing machine with built-in heart-rate receiver, aluminium rail, and 8-levels of resistance.

We've done a recent video review of this rowing machine - halfway down this page.

With a magnetic rower, the tensions is created by 2 magnets moving past each other, so this is very quiet and very smooth, and perfect for home fitness, however it's not the experience you get in a boat. Magnetic tension is fixed for each different level regardless of your rowing speed, whereas in a boat (and also with an Air Rower) the tension increases as you row harder. This KR6000 machine has 2 versions - the MAG which you're viewing now, and the AIR which uses air (fan) resistance for a more realistic feel.

 

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Warranty Information

Lifetime frame, 3-year parts, 1-year labour manufacturer's warranty.
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7 Reviews

  • 5
    good and solid for my purpose

    Posted by Sarah A on 11th Jul 2018

    Well made and nice too

  • 5
    Great solid rower at a good price.

    Posted by Tony Ammendola on 13th Dec 2017

    Chose this model after watching the video from fitonline and it really is a solid machine as well as being quiet allowing to watch tv as a distraction.
    Took me around 40 mins to put together, would have been easier having someone to help but it was no real problem. The display has what I need so I can compare each performance. Have used it daily for 30 mins since I got it and am surprising myself being 120kg, that it is a very effectice machine. Thank you fitonline, highly recommend you.
    Tony

  • 4
    Great value for money

    Posted by Paul C on 5th Sep 2017

    Great value for money

  • 5
    Well made, very nice to use.

    Posted by Collin on 14th Feb 2017

    Both my wife and I have been using this rower for the last two weeks. Solid construction, easy to adjust, very nice motion for good cardio work and, hopefully, helping my wife on weight loss. Highly recommended.

  • 4
    Good to use

    Posted by David Laird on 30th Nov 2016

    Since I have no experience of competitor equipment I cannot make a confident rating. However, having used it for a while I find it very easy to use, with everything working smoothly and quietly. It was straightforward to assemble, folds up nicely for storage and is easy to make ready for use. The magnetic load adjusting capability suits my exercise approach which requires gradual build-up of resistance as my fitness improves.

  • 4
    Solid and reliable

    Posted by Gavin Wong on 8th Nov 2016

    The KR6000 is pretty easy to assembly. I spent about an hour to put all parts in place. I have been rowing for two weeks now and everything looks good. The machine is sturdy but quiet. If the aluminum shaft could be 15-20cm longer would make it even better.

  • 4
    Good experience, solid build

    Posted by Anthony on 25th Oct 2016

    I have been using the rower for a week now, and I have to say that is is a really good machine. The build quality is quite high, assembly is easy even for a single person, all the parts come packaged well. The negative was that one of the plastic clips for fastening your shoes into the stirrups snapped the very first time I used it. I suspect this might have been fractured or weakened, the strap still works so I haven't bothered doing anything more about it, and the other clip seems to be holding perfectly well.

    Rowing experience: Smooth and steady, good variation of intensity, fairly quiet, comfortable. As a taller/broader shouldered guy, the handle could be wider but its nothing that can't be dealt with. I will say that the maximum setting is only just enough to push a solid work out. I do 2 minutes warm up on 4, push it up all the way for fifteen minutes, then down to 6 for another 3 minutes, for a quick 20 minute workout after work or in the morning.

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