Buyer guide: Fit for purpose

Connected and wearable fitness technology has really taken off in recent years, with everything from running to cycling to rowing catered for. Stephen Errity takes a look at some of the latest innovations

3rd November, 2019
Hydrow connected rowing machine


Yes, that price is in dollars, as there isn’t a specific euro price for this gizmo yet. It’s described as “a state-of-the-art rowing machine that’s designed to transform the way you work out”. It incorporates a HD sweat- and dust-resistant touchscreen to give a great vantage point, as well as high-quality, front-facing speakers to project the athlete’s instructions and high-energy music.


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