Value for Money – There is almost unanimous agreement that the company’s machines offer very good value for what you are getting, which include several resistance levels, four-window LCD displays, and an effective workout experience.
Four-Window LCD Display – It’s rare to see budget exercise equipment, let alone rowing machines, coming with four-window displays. There is usually one display, forcing you to press a button several times to get to the workout data you want to read. This, however, isn’t the case with Phoenix rowers. Workout information includes distance, speed, time and calories burned.
Comfortable – While Phoenix rowers clearly can’t compete with more expensive models, when it comes to comfort, molded polyurethane seats and oversized, adjustable foot plates result in a more comfortable workout experience than usual.
Warranty – The warranty of Phoenix rowers is quite disappointing. The machines are typically backed by just a 1-year frame and 90-day parts warranty.
Inaccurate Calorie Counter – As expected from budget exercise equipment, the calorie counter is inaccurate. This is a common problem with low-end models as you are unable to input important information like your weight and height.
12169 Santa Margarita Ct.
Rancho Cucamonga CA 91730
Phone: 1(909) 980-8877
Fax: 1(909) 980-8819
Official Website: www.phoenixhealthandfitness.com