BodyCraft VR400 Pro Rowing Machine Review
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BodyCraft VR400 Pro Rowing Machine Review

The BodyCraft Rowing Machines are among the best in the world. They are very popular with fitness enthusiasts largely due to their durability and performance. A rowing machine is the ideal fitness equipment for anyone wanting to lose weight, increase stamina, improve blood circulation, and tone muscles.

If you’re looking to invest in your health, then there is no better way to spend money than purchasing the BodyCraft VR400 Pro Rowing Machine. This fitness equipment comes with many exciting features; it’s durable, portable, easy to use and suited for both home and commercial use.

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Let’s find out more about the BodyCraft VR400 Pro Rowing Machine.

Main Components

Aluminum Track: The BodyCraft VR400 Pro Rowing Machine has the precision T13 aluminum track as its base. The full length of the track is around 47 inches and the rowing seat can travel 34.25 inches on the track. The perfectly designed track ensures a smooth rowing experience for the users.

Conture Glide Rowing Seat: The track is attached to high-quality bearings inside the Conture Glide Rowing Seat. The rowing seat can accommodate anyone weighing 350lbs or less. This is the highest for any rowing machine. The durable rowing seat, high-quality bearings, and aluminum track ensure smooth and noiseless rowing for the users.

Footrest: The pivoting footrest in the BodyCraft VR400 Pro Rowing Machine is big enough to fit most feet. The premium extra wide strap will fit the feet in place without causing any discomfort. You’ll have no problem using maximum power to push the footrest.

Nylon Belt/Rope: The commercial quality nylon belt/rope is clean, smooth, quiet, and requires zero maintenance. Users should have no doubt about the quality of the nylon rope. The makers have settled for the nylon rope because it has been tested with pull pressure of 287lbs and it has undergone pull test over 500000 times. The metal chain can be a good alternative to nylon, but it’s noisy and difficult to maintain.

Control Panel/Display Screen: The backlit LCD screen on the BodyCraft VR400 Pro Rowing Machine displays crucial performance data. Users can check recovery profile, resistance, watts, total strokes, strokes per minute, time (500m), pulse, calories, distance, date, and time.

Resistance

BodyCraft VR400 Pro Rowing Machine uses air and magnetism to generate resistance. In the air only mode, the resistance increases with increasing speed of rowing motion, whereas, in the magnetic mode the resistance doesn’t increase with time. The machine uses a built-in cooling chamber to increase resistance and cool the user. The cooling fan sucks air through the vent and blows cool air towards the user.

Programs

The BodyCraft VR400 Pro Rowing Machine offers many interesting workout programs. The most popular ones are the motivational boat race, goal programs for the pulse, time, and distance, 60-second pulse recovery test, and the manual program.

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Warranty

Both in-house and commercial warranties are offered by the makers of BodyCraft VR400 Pro Rowing Machine. Frames, parts, and labor are covered separately under the warranty scheme. The makers offer 10-year light commercial warranty for the frame of the machine and the weld points. It’s increased to lifetime protection under in-house warranty. Machine parts get a 2-year and 5-year warranty. Finally, the labor and wear parts are given 1-year residential warranty and 90-days commercial warranty.

Pros/Cons

PROS

CONS

Durable

Too big to store in small spaces

Relieves pain, improves blood circulation, and tones muscles

Some users not satisfied with the nylon belt

Uses air and magnetic resistance; Supports weight of up to 350lbs

Short light commercial labor warranty

Monitors and displays distance covered, strokes, calories, and time

 

Perfect for full body workout; Suitable for people of all age groups

 

Several interesting programs; Energy saving mode

 

Residential and light commercial warranty for frame, parts, and labor

 

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