Thanks to a series of limited-time Prime Day rowing machine deals, you can now save up to 62% on top models from NordicTrack, Echelon, XTERRA, Circuit Fitness and more.
Below, we've rounded up a selection of the biggest discounts on some of the best rowing machines money can buy. So, if you're on the hunt for a way to get a comprehensive cardio workout at home, look no further.
The already-affordable Sunny Magnetic Rowing Machine is now down from $399 to just $212.48 (a saving of 47%). Meanwhile, fitness equipment royalty NordicTrack is currently offering its smart rower at a $735 discount.
Or, if it's a budget option you're after, look no further than the Circuit Fitness Deluxe Foldable Magnetic Rowing Machine, which has seen its price slashed by 63% - now standing at $166.73.
Traditional? Yes. But not necessarily better. You see, where running and cycling are inherently focused on working your legs, a rowing machine workout will engage every major muscle group in your body. They're low impact too, putting less strain on your knees and ankles while still allowing you to crush calories and get a sweat on.
Several models in this list also have smart features. So, instead of staring at a blank wall while racking up the miles, you can enjoy immersive and engaging follow-along workouts displayed on a crystal clear touchscreen or smart device. If that doesn't kick your at-home fitness routine into gear, nothing will.
Read on to find out more about the best Prime Day rowing machine deals currently on offer, and find a machine that matches both your budget and fitness needs.
Sunny Magnetic Rowing Machine |
$399 $212.48 on Amazon (Save 47%)
The already-affordable Sunny Magnetic Rowing Machine is now at an all-time low price of $212.48, saving you a whopping 47%. This space-efficient machine comes with 8-level magnetic resistance, interactive digital monitor and extended slide rails.
NordicTrack Smart Rower |
$1,599 $864.70 on Amazon (Save 46%)
Save more than $400 on this NordicTrack Smart Rower in the Prime Day sale. It has 26 digital resistance levels, an innovative folding design and a pristine 22in touchscreen that can beam follow-along workouts into your home, keeping your exercise sessions fresh and fun.
HYDROW Connected Rowing Machine |
$2495.00 $1995.00 on Amazon (Save 20%)
The flagship HYDROW rowing machine is now 20% cheaper, a huge saving of $500. With a 22” HD touchscreen, front-facing speakers and patented electromagnetic drag mechanism, this elegant-looking rower brings the feeling of being out on the water to the comfort of your home.
CIRCUIT FITNESS Deluxe Foldable Magnetic Rowing Machine|
$449.99 $166.73 on Amazon (Save 63%)
With the biggest proportional saving on this list (39%) the CIRCUIT FITNESS rowing machine is a relative steal at $170.15. It has a range of magnetic resistance settings, and a LCD screen for tracking key metrics like your speed, distance and strokes per minute.
YOSUDA Magnetic Foldable Rowing Machine |
Was $419.99, $237.49 on Amazon (Save 43%)
Weighing just 68lb and benefiting from a foldable design, the YOSUDA Magnetic Foldable Rowing Machine is a good option for those short on space. This Prime Day you can save an extra 43% too, with the machine now costing a more slimline $237.49.
When is Amazon Prime Day?
This month's Amazon Prime Day equivalent - the Prime Early Access Sale - is taking place on Tuesday October 11 and Wednesday October 12. It gives Amazon Prime members the chance to get their hands on heavily discounted products before anyone else, though there are plenty of deals on offer for non-members too.
We'll be updating this guide with some of the best discounts available, so you can barge to the front of the digital queue and bag yourself a few bargains.
For more, check out our Amazon Prime Day Health Deals for 2022.
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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.