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RP3 Model S
  • RP3 Model S


    RP3 Model S Rowing Machine. 

    Complete machine with Bluetooth interface.

    Available with Amazon Fire tablet monitor including RP3 App.

    For more information please visit our RP3 Model S page

    • Specification

      Overall Length - 250 cm 

      Width - 50 cm 

      Seat Height - 48 cm 

      Monorail - 4 cm 

      Chain - Special plated steel chain

      Chain/Cord - Housing Partially enclosed

      Interface/Monitor - Wireless interface BLE connects to Android Tablet /Phone / special monitor (option)

      Power Requirement - Takes power from battery pack inside the machine.

      Maximum User Weight - 4200 kg as tested by RP3 .

      Construction - Complete Stainless steel front legs, rear legs and rail.

      Monitor Arm - Monitor holder can be adjusted for a Tablet or Phone and the angle can also be adjusted.

      Finish - Brushed Stainless Steel

      Storage - Can be stored in upright position.


      Space Requirements -

      Assembled: 250 cm x 50 cm  

      With Clearance for Use: 260 cm x 122 cm 

      For Storage: 50 cm x 50 cm x 230 cm 


      Machine Weight - 24 kg


      Shipping Dimensions-

      Box 1: 107cm x 65cm x 28cm

      Box 2: 6cm x 6cm x 230cm

      Shipping Weight

      34 kg + 8Kg

    • Warranty

      For personal use, there is a 2-year warranty on all parts, and a 5-year warranty on all metal parts. If something breaks, contact us, and we’ll help find a solution.


      For rowing clubs and Universities, we offer a 2-year warranty on all parts.


      Warranties are voided if the machine is not treated or maintained properly. 

    • Product Information

      The Model S was the rowing machine that brought dynamic rowing indoors. It enables rowers of all levels to learn and perfect an efficient "on-the-water" technique bringing not only the fitness benefits associated with indoor rowing but also improving technical factors applicable to actual rowing.

      Dynamic rowing also reduces jarring loads on the joints compared to static machines, specifically the lower back and knees. This not only allows athletes to train longer and harder without the risk of injury but also opens up the RP3 as a tool for rehabilitation following injury.

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