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Echelon Smart Rower

Echelon Smart Rower

$2,285.00

(4 customer reviews)
Last updated on September 26, 2022 12:30 am Details
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  • Enjoy a FREE 30-day trial of the Echelon Premier Membership with access to more than 3,000 live and on-demand connected fitness classes led by the world’s best instructors through the Echelon Fit App. Classes range from 5 to 45 minutes and are designed for everyone from beginner to pro athletes. Explore classes like Cycling, Rowing, Running, HIIT, Kickboxing, Yoga, Pilates, and more. One membership allows up to five users, so your friends and family can enjoy the Echelon experience together.
  • DESIGN: Enjoy a full-body, low-impact workout with the Echelon Row-s Connected Rowing Machine. Our most advanced rower yet is equipped with a new, 22” rotating HD screen, making it easy to mix-up row workouts; simply flip the screen while taking classes to expand your fitness routines. The screen’s crystal-clear resolution makes it easy to get lost when rowing while Wi-Fi-enhancing antennas ensure consistent connectivity during every workout. Featuring Bluetooth technology and dual audio jacks.
  • FEATURES & PERFORMANCE: 22” rotating HD screen for off row workouts. – Resistance controls located on handlebars – An easy-glide seat, ergonomic handlebars and 32 silent magnetic resistance levels offer a low-impact workouts that are equal parts challenging and dynamic. Built-in wheels to help you move it where you need with ease.
  • CONTENT: With a membership, you’ll get Speed, Strength, Endurance and Fusion classes you can access live and on-demand. Plus, on-demand scenic rides from some of the best waterways in the world. You also get our Fitpass programs which include yoga, strength, pilates, boxing and much more!
  • MUSIC: We Don’t Play Elevator Music! With a membership, you’ll stay energized and motivated with the best music in the industry. We partner with the top record labels to bring you the latest music for the best fitness experience. Dance, EDM, Folk and Funk. Hip Hop to K-Pop. Metal, Latin and R&B…whatever your ears want, we’ve got!
  • 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: We fully stand behind our product. If for any reason you are not satisfied with our quality or your experience, you are covered for the first 30 days with our satisfaction guaranteed policy and 5-star customer service. Simply reach out to us and we will make it right!
  • WARRANTY & SUPPORT Our customer service is here to help with any issues under the Echelon 12-month limited parts and labor warranty.

Specification: Echelon Smart Rower

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H

‎49.5 x 25 x 17 inches

Package Weight

‎55.79 Kilograms

Item Weight

‎123 Pounds

Brand Name

‎Echelon

Warranty Description

‎Full warranty for 1 year from Echelon

Model Name

‎Echelon Row S

Color

‎Black

Material

‎Alloy Steel

Suggested Users

‎Unisex-adult

Manufacturer

‎Echelon

Style

‎Row S

Included Components

‎Rower

Sport Type

‎Rowing

Photos: Echelon Smart Rower

4 reviews for Echelon Smart Rower

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  1. California Gold

    Let me start by saying I had really high hopes for this product and was very excited to receive it. Here is my experience … After receiving a damaged rower the first time, I had to return it and eventually received a functional rower. This took many weeks and several calls to customer support and most notably the difficult task of re-packing the massive item and shipping it back to Echelon, they do send you a new box but unfortunately they don’t send you the right Styrofoam so it’s a pretty big struggle.

    The equipment is good, seems well-built but I am concerned about how it will last over time as the warranty is only a year.

    The big problem I didn’t know as the Amazon website did not mention anything about it, is that you are locked into their app. The rower does not work without the app connected to the fitness equipment via Bluetooth AND you must be logged in to an active account/subscription.

    Unfortunately the app is very buggy, clunky, and customer support is not super awesome. The instructors in the workouts are pretty dry and some are downright boring just like they’re plain white backgrounds and they’re dated music they use in them.

    IMPORTANT: Without an active paid subscription to their app AND the app connected to the equipment via Bluetooth the rower provides zero resistance and is completely useless, so buyer beware if you want to use this product with anything other than Echelon’s own services.

    Unfortunately for me I am past the return window, mainly because of the lengthy exchange process to fix the original damaged unit, so I am stuck with this thing unless I want to sell it. Buyer beware.

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  2. ROC Guy

    Easy to assemble. Very quiet. Works great. Yet I regret buying and considering return. Why? Because the only way to see resistance level or anything is by using the app!! Extra $40 *a month* and means I can’t watch other videos. The app won’t even record in the background!!!
    Didn’t imagine a premium product would make this terrible unfriendly design choice.

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  3. Simon Templar

    3/25/22 The shortfalls are the cheap RF resistance controller. It craps out and then the rower is useless. I had problems when I received it, and again I’m having problems. Get a rower with physical/mechanical controls. Do not buy this rower.

    When first received:
    When the rower arrived, the resistance control did not work, making the entire unit useless. It’s stuck on zero, and because the device uses magnetism there’s no way to manually/physically adjust the amount of resistance without a working controller. After many calls and emails, I finally got them to mail me a replacement controller piece. I RECEIVED IT TWO MONTHS LATER. During those two months, I was emailing with them once a week. The replacement piece arrived, but would also not communicate with/interface with the rower.

    Then I emailed demanding a full refund, and for them to get this hunk of metal out of my house. Then I got someone to send me an entirely new rower (something that they had been unwilling to do in the past). The new rower arrived in about 4 days and worked perfectly. I boxed the defective unit up in that box, emailed customer service, and FedEx came and picked it up (at no cost to me).

    So now I’ve got a working rower that I like, but it took: spending $1,000 on the rower and $400 on the yearly app subscription, and about 2 1/2 months of stress dealing with the customer service department.

    That being said, the rower works great. Some things you should know:
    You have to add a device (preferably an iPad or tablet) to see any kind of readout.
    The resistance control will work without an iPad, but it just beeps when you go up or down; there’s no way to tell what number or level you are on. With the tablet, you can see all kinds of information: resistance level, calories, distance, etc.

    But in a couple of weeks, doing just 20min a day, 5 days a week, I’ve lost about 7 pounds, so that’s pretty good.

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  4. Will

    First I’ll start with you do NOT need the app OR the echelon fitness subscription to use this rower. In fact I never use the app and never subscribed to the fitness classes. The only functionality you lose is the ability to see what resistance you’re at (instead just know it always starts at 1 and it’s easy to just count the beeps as you increase so you know where you’re at) and what your pace and stroke rate is. If you don’t need that, don’t worry about their app. If you are interested in pace, stroke rate, and resistance, the app itself with NO subscription WILL suffice.

    Now that said, I really like this rower. It’s almost silent, air resistance rowers are probably more realistic but I was worried about lots of noise spreading in my old building. This rower is silent on the flywheel, the only noise is from the movement of the seat and the foot holders squeaking a bit. It’s very possible for someone to be rowing and someone else to be watching TV in the same room. It’s very solid, not a lot of plastic, and feels great. Assembly was relatively straightforward and not difficult, though I would recommend having two people, it’s definitely possible to assemble solo.

    Circling back to the app, it’s a little janky and overall I would rate it as poor. If you don’t pay for the subscription the only thing you can do is a “free row” where it tracks your time and pace and the like. If you pay the $40/month you get some classes and the ability to row to a video of someone out on a river. The river rows are a nice background but really I’d rather just watch Netflix or something while I’m rowing instead. I found the classes to be alright, the music was not to my taste and overall production value was mid range at best. I didn’t subscribe past the free trial. Now I use Apple Fitness for $8/month which I find much better or just watch Netflix on my iPad mounted to the rower.

    I did a lot of research and for a beginning rower looking for a good home workout, high quality and not too expensive, I think this is the top pick. The ability to just mount a phone or tablet and put whatever you want on while you row is a step above most with built in screens only accessing their own app. Some will brick without internet or an app, this one works fine without either.

    Overall highly recommend, all but the most serious rowers looking for a quiet machine won’t be disappointed.

    Update 1 year later:
    Still love the rower. Would not buy the more expensive Rower S with built in screen. Original review was for their simpler Rower with no screen, just a phone/iPad mount. The machine is slightly louder now as the band moves in and out of what would be the flywheel on an air resistance rower. It’s still much quieter than an air resistance rower, but louder than first purchase. This is after over a year of pretty heavy use so not terribly unexpected. If you can find it (looks like Amazon only selling the Rower S now) I’d still have to recommend this machine.

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