Stamina DT Pro Rower

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Stamina DT Pro Rower is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5.
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Engineered to test the limits of highly conditioned athletes, the Stamina® DT Pro Rower integrates both magnetic and airflow resistance technology to create a dynamic stroke that is nearly identical to being on the water to maximize intensity for a total body workout.


Smooth, Natural Movement
Each row engages your entire body for seamless, smooth movements
Nylon rowing strap with dual, padded handles ensure consistent form and posture with each stroke
Dual resistance wheel responds to your level of intensity for natural motion
Aluminum beam pushes seat back to keep body in line when completing reps

Built to Last
Steel frame prevents abrasions and adds stability to your workout
Durable aluminum beam provides consistent strength when pushing back
Durable nylon strap holds over time for consistent exercises

Tech-Savvy Training
Dual Resistance Technology combines magnetic and airflow resistance for highly intensive training
LCD monitor includes 12 pre-programmed routines for new and challenging workouts
Displays heart rate, distance rowed, stroke count, power produced, and calories burned
Full-body movements build cardio rate while strengthening your back, quads, glutes, triceps, abs, and more

Key Details
Maximum User Weight Capacity: 300 lbs.
Console Display Type/Size: LCD backlit display
Heart Rate Monitor: Strap is included
Resistance Systems: Dual Resistance Technology
Seat Type: Ergonomic, padded seat
Pedal Type: Standard pedals with hook and loop closure
Chain: Nylon
Rower weight: 87 lbs.
Rower dimensions: 89.75’’ Length x 20’’ Width
Transport Wheels: No
Floor Stabilizers: Yes
Manufacturer’s Warranty: 3 years frame, 90 days parts
Stamina
  • Brand: Stamina Products
  • Country of Origin: Imported

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Rower for exercise I purchased this rower to add to my home cardio equipment. I was well pleased with the ease of assembly. It operates quietly and offers a number of programs and tensions to work with. A good product in my opinion!
Date published: 2018-07-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Thanks to my Stamina, I’m on my way to a better me No Pain no gain, back, arms, legs, total body makeover.
Date published: 2018-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazingly quiet and smooth This is the absolute best rower I have ever used. The quality of the build is shown through its smooth operation and quiet nature. Both my wife and I have been using it at night after our daughter goes to bed, while during the day I have used it as a HIIT trainer—and it serves both functions extremely well. I cannot express recommend this product enough. Minor issues I had with it in the beginning (i.e. counting in miles instead of kilometers) have fallen by the wayside.
Date published: 2018-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Overall amazing product! Obsessed with this rower! I've been looking for a rower for a while now and decided on this one. I'm so happy I did! I was needing something to replace running as a good cardio workout, but something that is easier on my joints. This rower is perfect for just that. It challenges my endurance as well as my strength with several different programs to choose from. I keep it in my bedroom for early morning rows while my daughter is still asleep and not only is it quiet enough to not disturb her, but it also conveniently folds up to save space when it's not in use. I would highly recommend this specific rower for anyone in the market for one!!
Date published: 2016-09-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Air/Magnetic is KING! After being in the market for a rower for 6 months and being torn between getting the After 6 months of being the market in the market for a rower and being torn between the Concept 2 model D or Lifecore's R100 rower, I decided to take a chance on the Stamina DT Pro. My hope was that this product could offer the R100's cutting edge air/magnetic row resistance technology but at the lower cost of the the Concept 2 (C2). Additionally, I liked that Stamina was also throwing in the chest strap heart rate monitor with this package at no added cost. This rower took a little over an hour for me to put together. I did it by myself but knowing what I do now, I would definitely recommend you have a second person on hand to help assemble this. Doing it solo, at one point I had no choice but to stand the rower somewhat on it's head (the plastic fan casing). The case now shows stress mark from this, but doesn't effect it's performance. First off, I will tell you there are 12 programs you can use, NOT 12 resistance levels as I had originally thought. There are 8 resistance levels. I am happy with these levels though. L1 is comparable to L1 on the Concept 2, but at L8 the resistance is much higher than L10 of the C2. Level 3 or 4 seems comparable to L5 on the C2. Just as with the R100, with the DT Pro, your times will be slower than what you recorded on the C2 (unless of course you're on something you weren't before). The reason for this I believe as that the C2 gives credit for "coast". With the Air/magnetic types it's as if your paddling into a current, so basically if your oars aren't doing work in the water you aren't making forward progress. It saddened me at first a little that I most likely won't be smashing any of my PR's set with the C2, but I'm already over it. This is more honest work. Distances are measured with the DT Pro in miles. I'm used to meters, but after 3 workouts I've made the mental transition. *note; I can see in the display screen that there is a "Km" above the "miles" but there is no way I can find to switch it to Km's. Does Stamina sell the Km version to those outside the U.S.? The stroke of the DT Pro is wicked smooth. This was what I signed up for! It is also much quieter than the the C2. The saddle slide is also very smooth. However, the edges of the seat are highly contoured. I am 6'0 200 lbs and my fanny fits within the contoured sides just fine. I could see fitting in this seat being a problem though, particularly if your pushing the 300 lb weight capacity of this rower. The other important thing I noticed about the seat/slide is that while, yes, it is smooth, if your weight is properly distributed over the beam, if you lean your weight out to the left or right, however, there is very noticeable "sway" of the seat that could throw you off balance. I don't know if this was intentional in the design to make it a more realistic rowing experience. I'm also not sure how much stress from the sway the seat can take before it will breaks. The foot-straps are my biggest hang up with the DT Pro. They are 2 Velcro strips that don't appear to be reinforced in any way. With the amount of force my feet snap back into these straps especially when doing short/vigorous sprints, I honestly can't see these things being long for this world. This rower is easy enough to move around on it rollers. Storing it away in it's upright position is slightly awkward though. This is because there is a knob that needs to be fully unscrewed an removed to allow the beam to pivot into vertical position and then screwed back in get in the horizontal/ready for use position. Not sure why they couldn't have used some kind of quick release pin. Ohhh, one other really important note: Don't forget to unplug from the power source before moving the rower. I've already make this mistake twice. Luckily I didn't damage anything. Yes, you have to plug the rower in to use the monitor and activate the resistance settings. Overall, I would say I got what I wanted and for a good price. Time will tell though. I plan to be pretty rough on this rower. I will update this review in few months to note how its holding up.
Date published: 2015-06-01
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