If you’ve been looking into getting a rowing machine or any other home cardio training machine for that matter, chances are that you’ve never heard of Xterra and while it has been in the sports business for over making equipments like treadmills and spin bikes, their focus has been on serving tri-athletes.
The ERG400 is supported by an aluminium beam and the overall design and construction is aesthetically pleasing.
However, in all other aspects the rower screams of mediocre quality. The seat isn’t something that you’ll feel comfortable with over long workouts. It looks cheap and it is cheap.
The design and construction of the ERG400 is definitely not its strongest feature.
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Technology and Performance
While we faced a little disappointment with the design aspect of this rower, there is no room for complaint when it comes to performance.
The ERG400 offers 16 levels of electronic resistance that can be varied using the LCD Console that comes integrated with the machine.
Moreover, you can track everything you’ll need to improve your endurance. The monitor clearly displays how long you’ve been working out, how many strokes you’ve made, distance covered, calories burnt and the rate at which you were rowing.
The rowing experience is pretty smooth and there’s no jerks or discomfort during the workout.
For a mid-range rower, it performs really well and that’s why it made it to our list.