ProRower is a classic water rower and though they aren’t comparable to other rowers from Stamina or Concept2, they’re one of their kind.
It makes sense to get it only if you you need one which uses actual water for resistance. Otherwise there are other options that will help you reach your goals faster.
The ProRower is well built from a solid framework to a comfortable ergonomic seat. There’s little room for complaint when it comes to the design.
The footrest isn’t as wide as you might want it to be but it’s something you can work with.
The ProRower H20 RX-750 does features a digital monitor that can track the distance travelled, calories burnt and time spent working out.
However, there are a few key metrics like the heart rate monitor and the stroke rate that is questionable. They don’t work like they should and the values are definitely inaccurate.
But I guess that’s a key setback to water-powered rowers as we’ve seen with Natural water rower as well.
All in all, it isn’t a bad rowing machine if you’re looking for a water rower, however if that’s not important to you then I’d definitely recommend either the Stamina Avari or the Concept2 Model D over it.