Love this. Rowed racing shells from 14 to 50 yrs old and this has just the right feel - better than the brands they have in the fancy hotels. Wore out a bearing I used it so much. Great after sales service from my retailer and supplier.
Very well designed for comfort AND looks
The R100apm is designed with pivoting footrests, which put far les strain on your ankles and makes movement far more comfortable . The seat is far more comfortable than other more expensive ( commercial?) models that I have tried. The nylon band is brilliant, and there's a nice design touch which directs a welcome breeze towards you that is generated by the fan enclosure.
It looks good too, and can be folded up to storage in limited space. We love it.
Only down side is that although the computer can run on batteries, you never will, as the batteries don't last long.
Pivoting ankle fitting
Battery option is a pointless feature
Been a great unit, had for about 18 months and use it often. Very quiet without a chain, good hear rate monitor and nice screen.
Great for taller people, very quiet, good motion
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First of all one thing you need to know is that I am not a representative of any rowing machine manufacturer or have any alliance to any health and fitness company. I am just a humble 56 years young rower who wants to keep progressively fitter without the impact jarring from running on roads etc. Therefore, I started looking for a quality rowing machine that was going to stretch me and last a long time
I did a lot of research on this and other rowing machines, so that I would know when the time came to buy if the salesperson in the shop was ...not telling the truth. My experience was that the sales person gave a very balanced and educated comparison of the different products available and was 100% accurate in helping me make the right decision to buy.He was also very patient, not pushy and helped to carry the machine across the road and helped load it into the back of the car. Great service!! Being an ex national rower myself (UK), I can honestly say that this is far better than the other rowing machines I have experienced in gymnasiums or looked at in the recent past - including some leading brands. In my humble, but very experienced rowing mind, this is the 'next generation' of rowing machines. So for anyone serious about wanting to feel confident about making the right decision for a 'commercially built' home or professional gym rowing machine, I believe that you will not be disappointed with this product, or Northshore Health & Fitness.
I bought this rower for a lot of money because of the hart rate monitor.
For six months now I have been dealing with Infiniti, Fitness Depot and their technician, Gymbiz. Through this terrible and long campaign of trying to fix the fault in this machine, they haven't got a clue what the problem is and they deny that the machine is faulty even though numerous technicians have seen and admitted that it doesn't work. They have, finally, given up on ridiculous grounds that it's my place of residence, without any evidence. No body has even tried t...
Questions & Answers
After 7 or 8 minutes of use my infinity R100APM starts making a ticking noise on every revolution of the fan as if something is catching. Cannot trace what is causing this. Everything seems to have plenty of clearance. Any ideas?
Hi, so on my rower as the level increases beyond level 2 the flywheel magnets start to rub on the pancake. Both level 1 and 2 also feel much stiffer than they should, so perhaps the pancake wheel is to close to start with?
The small motor works and moves the flywheel in and out. The cable from the motor to the flywheel looks ok. The small adjustment screw for the cable doesn't seem to do anything. Anyone know what the gap between the magnets and the flywheel should be for e.g. level 1 and level 6? Also how to adjust the cable.
Note I haven't made any adjustments yet. Checked the magnets and all seem fixed as they should be and no foreign objects sticking to them. Thanks in advance for any help/advice.
Courtesy reply only I’m afraid. We’ve still got ours, but no such problems. Had to re-weld one of the footplate brackets, but that was just fatigued steel. Sorry can’t really answer your Q Mr Q
Thanks for the A Mr Whizz. I have adjusted the cable and everything is spinning along ok, feels about right. Not sure if the computer is properly showing watts/calories but that's all pretty minor. So back to rowing.
I seem to have a clicking noise happening when I put in the 4 "C" batteries. I bought mine used and it didn't come with an adaptor. I've read that maybe the batteries aren't strong enough to run it? Any suggestions ?
the resistance on my rower keeps stopping and the machine makes a crunching noise when being pulled, any ideas?
Is the flywheel spinning?
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