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Save up to $495 with these five Amazon Prime Day rowing machine deals

The HouseFit Wooden Water Rower Rowing Machine
The HouseFit Wooden Water Rower Rowing Machine (Image credit: Amazon)

If you feel like your home fitness routine has been treading water of late, we prescribe taking advantage of the best Amazon Prime Day rowing machine deals. 

These efficient pieces of fitness kit have the capacity to engage every major muscle group with each stroke, providing a fiery full-body workout. Some of the best rowing machines, like the CITYROW Classic Rower (opens in new tab), can even link to apps to offer engaging on-demand video workouts – much more exciting than staring at your gym’s bare walls while you trudge along on a treadmill.  

And, thanks to the Amazon Prime Day event, you can add one to your home gym while saving up to 39% off the original asking price.

Unlike the plethora of Amazon Prime Day fitness tracker deals on offer this year, discounted rowing machine are somewhat harder to come by. But, undeterred, our team was still able to track down some significant savings from the likes of Sunny Health & Fitness, Echanfit, CITYROW and more to help you find the right machine for your budget, fitness goals and available workout space.  

Look below for a summary of the top deals on offer, and an overview of each one to help you pick your perfect workout partner. 

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CITYROW Classic Rower | Was $1,495, Now $1,000 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Save a staggering $495 on this smart, foldable water rower with a hidden talent; you can place your phone or tablet in a holster above the water tank and link to the CITYROW GO app to enjoy motivating video workouts. 

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CIRCUIT FITNESS Deluxe Foldable Magnetic Rowing Machine| Was $432.87, Now $264.58 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

With the biggest proportional saving on this list (39%) the CIRCUIT FITNESS rowing machine is a relative steal at $264.58. It has a range of magnetic resistance settings, and a LCD screen for tracking key metrics like your speed, distance and strokes per minute. 

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Sunny Health & Fitness Magnetic Rowing Machine | Was $399.99, Now $249 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

The Sunny Health & Fitness Magnetic Rowing Machine has an extra long slide rail ideal for taller users. It's also part of a great deal this Amazon Prime Day, down 38% from $399.99 to $249.

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 JKANGFIT Folding Rowing Machine | Was $429.99, Now $359.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Weighing just 61lb and benefiting from a foldable design, the JKANGFIT Folding Rowing Machine is a good option for those short on space. This Prime Day you can save an extra 16% too, with the machine now costing a more slimline $359.99. 

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HouseFit Wooden Water Rower | Was $469.99, Now $422.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

While this HouseFit Water Rower is foldable, you may not want to hide it away due to its classy wooden design. It's not old fashioned though, with a large LCD monitor and app control to help you track your performance, all for $422.99 – down from $469.99.

This year's Amazon Prime Day is taking place on the 12th and 13th July, but you don't have to wait until then take advantage the best rowing machine deals. We'll be updating this guide with some of the best discounts available, so you swoop to the front of the queue and snag yourself a few bargains. 

For more, check out our Amazon Prime Day Health Deals for 2022.

Harry Bullmore
Fitness writer

Harry Bullmore is a fitness writer covering everything from reviews to features for LiveScience, T3, TechRadar, Fit&Well and more. So, whether you’re looking for a new fitness tracker or wondering how to shave seconds off your 5K PB, chances are he’s written something to help you improve your training. 

When not writing, he’s most likely to be found experimenting with a wide variety of training methods in his home gym or trying to exhaust his ever-energetic puppy. 

Prior to joining Future, Harry wrote health and fitness product reviews for publications including Men’s Health, Women’s Health and Runner’s World. Before this, he spent three years as a news reporter with work in more than 70 national and regional newspapers.