Quiet Operation – LifeSpan has patented its Eddy Current Drive System, most probably because the company has managed to design one of the quietest rowers on the market, regardless of price, making it popular with apartment dwellers.
Resistance – There are five levels of resistance, which is a good number when you take into account the rower’s target market. In other words, the level of resistance is neither too easy nor too difficult.
Compact – The RW1000 has quite a small footprint in the first place; however, when folded it measures 34 x 19 x 64 inches.
LifeSpan Fitness Club – Upon purchase of any of the company’s exercise equipment, you are given access to LifeSpan’s Fitness Club, enabling you to track exercise and health stats, create workouts, build an exercise team with other members for motivational purposes, and review your progress.
Hard-to-Read Display – Some users feel that the LCD display could have been designed better. This is because the writing is on the small side, making workout information hard to read as you row.
Inaccurate Monitor – Some users have also reported that the calorie counter is inaccurate, although this is typical of low-mid-end rowing machines.
785 West 1700 South Ste. 1
Salt Lake City
Phone: 877.654.3837 option 2
LifeSpan Fitness Club:
Phone: 801.973.9993 x 4
Official Website: www.lifespanfitness.com