Deal Alert: NordicTrack is Running a Stunning Discount on Its RW200 Rower

NordicTrack RW200 Rower
NordicTrack

Rowing machines are an increasingly popular way to get in your daily exercise, but they can be terrifyingly expensive. However, NordicTrack is running a spectacular deal for today only on its RW200 Rower, making it the perfect day to pick one up for your home gym.

And when we say a spectacular deal, we mean a wow-you-won’t-believe-it deal: the rower is normally priced at $1,299.99, and is now just $599.99. Yep—you can save a whopping $700, which is more than half of the original cost.

The RW200 makes it easy to get in a challenging upper body workout without leaving your home, and you can even set it up in front of your TV. It features pivoting pedals you can adjust for a more personalized setup or to target specific muscle groups. It also has a large LED screen that’s easy to read and navigate settings on. You can even adjust the angle it sits at.

The rower gives you 24 resistance levels to choose from. You can use the manually adjustable air resistance or opt for the built-in Silent Magnetic Resistance system that adjusts your workout’s intensity without interrupting it. It also features an inertia-enhanced flywheel, an oversize steel seat rail, a soft-touch ergonomic handle, and dual two-inch speakers with an aux port for listening to music or watching videos.

There’s even a 30-day iFit membership included that gives you the opportunity to receive professional, personalized training from the comfort of your home. Once your workout is complete, you can take advantage of the rower’s SpaceSaver design, which lets you fold up the rower. It also has front-mounted transport wheels for easily moving it out of the way.

Deal Alert

NordicTrack RW200 Rower

Save $700 on this NordicTrack rowing machine now at Best Buy before it’s too late!

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