If you are looking for a budget water rower, then look no further than the MaxKare Water Rowing Machine Rower. Featuring a frame made of steel tubing and a monorail designed to supper users with a max weight of 264 pounds, the MaxKare Water Rower can hold its own.
Whilst the one drawback is that the MaxKare Water Rower is not foldable, it can be stored vertically resting on its front base and on the extra stabilizer on the front upright section of the frame.
The resistance mechanism comprises a fan being pulled through the tank of water. To set a resistance level, you can add or remove water until you reach the desired resistance level.
For a budget rower, the display unit is excellent. Workout data displayed includes workout time, strokes per minute, distance, calories burned, and man-boat competition mode.
This competition mode allows you to set a goal and race against the computer. Nothing like some healthy competition!
A minor drawback of the MaxKare Water Rower is that it doesn't come with heart rate programs, which are more synonymous with higher-priced rowing machines.
Designed for rowers who pursue real-life rowing experiences, you'll be rowing like a real competitor in no time.