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VR400 Pro Rowing Machine

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Sharing many of the same features as the VR500, the VR400 takes a step towards simplicity with the manual resistance controls. Set your resistance and go! It’s as simple as that. Choose your own experience by adding our optional Tablet Holder to use apps like Youtube where you will find virtual rowing and coaching videos. 

  • Manual resistance control with 16 levels of resistance
    • Level 1 is air resistance only
    • Level 2-16 combine wind and Eddy Current Technology
  • Lightweight Aluminum Handlebar with comfort grip
  • Eddy current/Air resistance for smooth, quiet performance
  • Easy fold-up design for compact storage
  • Built-in transport wheels for easy mobility
  • Contoured seat travel on precision bearing easy glide wheels
  • Fixed footrest with quick adjust heel and belt

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VR400 Pro Rowing Machine

Features

  • Resistance: Level 1 - Air resistance. Level 2 through 16 - Air and magnetic resistance.
  • Handlebar: Lightweight, rubber coated aluminum handle.
  • Travel: 38.5" of travel will accommodate users up to 6'8".
  • Seat: Deep contoured seat with heavy duty roller bearings.
  • Foot Hold: Deluxe pivoting heel rest with quick adjust foot straps.
  • Track: Extruded aluminum mono-rail - high strength T13 aluminum.
  • Handle: Drive premium nylon belt.
  • Support Legs: Heavy gauge powder coated steel.
  • Monitor Arm: Allows for height and angle adjustments.
  • Storage: Quick release fold and roll system. Fastest folding mechanism available!

COMPUTER FEATURES:

    • Display  shows Time, Date, Distance (Meters), Calories (Cal), Pulse, Time 500m, Strokes, Strokes Per Minute (SPM), Total Strokes, Watts, Resistance, Recovery Profile.
    • Manual mode Quick Start or Race
    • Programs Manual and Race
    • Goal Programs: Time, Distance (Meters), Strokes, Calories and Pulse.
    • Recovery Program 60 second test on pulse recovery
    • Resistance System 16 levels
    • Sleep feature auto shutdown after 4 minutes of no use.
    *We reserve the right to make improvements and changes to the product specifications without notice
 

Specs

  • Finish powder coated steel with anodized aluminum beam
  • Unit floor dimensions 21.25"W x 98.5"L
  • Seat height 18"
  • Seat travel 38.5" (up to 6'8" user height)
  • Maximum user weight 350lbs (up to 5 hours a day)
  • Assembled dimensions 98.5"L x 21.25"W x 40.25"H
  • Folded dimensions 43.25"L x 21.25"W x 69.25"H
  • Box dimensions 61" x 29.75" x 10.25" - Ships LTL
  • Boxed weight 99lb 45kgs
  • Unit weight 86lb 39kgs

Warranty

  • Residential:
    • Lifetime Frame
    • 7 years Parts
    • 2 year Labor
  • Light Commercial (up to 5 hours/day)
    • 10 years Frame
    • 3 years Parts
    • 1 year Labor
 

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Shipping Info

Shipping: Truck (LTL, Curbside Delivery)
Box 1: Size: 61"x30"x10" Weight: 99 lbs
Box Weight Total: 99
* the total does not include pallet weight.

Reviews

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AnnMari
  • 5.0
I just had my Bodycraft VR400 Rower delivered to my home. It was delivered on time and the rower was already assembled for quick delivery.

It's easy to use and folds so that I can store it in my closet.

Just finished my first workout. I LOVE this machine!!!

If you're looking for a gym quality rower, I highly recommend the VR400 Pro .
Laura Schultz
  • 5.0
Amazing product. The seat is much more comfortable than others out there. The pull is smooth. All motion is fluid and comfortable. Also, it’s pretty quiet unless you’re having a high intensity training day. The only complaint we would have is the digital screen could be brighter. But we still give it 5 stars because it really doesn’t outweigh all the positives. The screen is, however, more difficult to read than other rowers we’ve used. It fits our needs perfectly. We didn’t want to have to plug anything in. This folds up and tucks away in a corner of the room exactly like we needed, and it is perfect to just pull down and go. It took me a few minutes to figure out how to release the back, but once I got it...I haven’t had any struggle since. My husband and I had been trying hard to get back into working out at the gym after adopting our niece, but due to change and a lot of difficulty we decided we needed to supplement it with something at home, too. It’s turning out to be tough with 3 kids in multiple sports and traveling activities. This was the perfect piece of equipment that helped us get through those days when we just couldn’t make it to the gym. Thank you BodyCraft!!
Raymond
  • 5.0
Went looking for a Concept 2. The local dealer said they could get me one but I tried the 400 Rower and was sold. One of the seat rollers went bad and customer service was excellent. As far as the monitor goes I just use it in the manual mode and write down my results.I use it about four days a week and really get a good workout
Raymond
  • 5.0
Went looking for a Concept 2. The local dealer said they could get me one but I tried the 400 Rower and was sold. One of the seat rollers went bad and customer service was excellent. As far as the monitor goes I just use it in the manual mode and write down my results.I use it about four days a week and really get a good workout
Mike
  • 5.0
Bought this machine from a local dealer. Love it through these trying times. Really smooth glide, right up there with the concept 2. Family won't stay off of it.
Karen
  • 5.0
I bought this for myself, but now can't keep my husband off of it. Very smooth, much better resistance options versus the water rower I used to use. Just what i wanted. The screen is a little hard to read however.
Patty G.
  • 5.0
Great machine.. got it a few days ago from a local dealer. It fit folded up in my Ford Explorer. So far I can only do 2 min at a time..it kicks my butt, but am doing 3 times a day to build up to 20 min. I am very satisfied so far. Very smooth and well built.
Bretton N.
  • 5.0
I just barely received my Rowing machine and am already loving it. While other exercise equipment are also great for fitness, this machine has an element of enjoyment that I've felt from the very first session. Great Job on a wonderfully built masterpiece!
Alan E
  • 5.0
I just purchased this machine after an extensive competitive analysis vs. Concept2 and WaterRower.

The best reason to choose the VR400 is the mechanics of the rowing resistance. The air+magnetic drive offers a superior feel than the Concept2 (ugh that chain and noise) and has multiple resistance settings (vs. WaterRower).

Don't let them tell you there's variable resistance on Concept2 or WaterRower. If you're really trying to train, you want increased resistance, and the magnet-based resistance will knock you out.

The other hesitation I had was storage, and this machine is easy to move and has a reasonable footprint. Unlike the Concept2, the VR400 has a fantastic quick-release mechanism that keeps the whole assembly together, but on a pivot. Three wheels makes it easy to move anywhere.

The machine is also great looking.

The one caveat is that the LCD monitor is hard to read, and doesn't seem to have any way to interface or download data.

However, I'm using a HIIT Timer on my iPad, and that gives me a real workout without needing additional integration. It is worth noting that the LCD monitor does give you valuable information including calories, and it works great with my Polar H7 heart tracker.

The construction seems like it will last forever.

I highly recommend this rowing machine.
Mark
  • 5.0
Purchased this two days ago (6/24/18) and am very pleased with the machine. I had not owned a rowing machine before and really hadn't tried anything other than the hydraulic ones from "back in the day," but my son was on the Crew team his first trimester of college and really liked rowing, so I started to consider one. My son had used the Concept 2 and liked it, so I made sure to try one of those before purchasing (I was able to do this at a local health club). The Concept 2 was fine, but I much prefer this VR400 due to the ability to adjust the resistance magnetically. Thus, you don't necessarily have to pull fast and with great force to get a good workout. This machine has a very smooth pull and the seat slides nicely. Extremely well-designed in my opinion. Set-up was pretty straightforward--probably took us around 45 minutes from unpackaging to operational.
Jack
  • 5.0
I’ve been looking at rowers for a few weeks. I ended up purchasing a Bodycraft VR400. It was a little more money than I originally entended to spin, but you get what you pay for. And with Bodycraft you sure do! I am a product designer so I appreciate quality of design, engineering, materials, construction and performance. The VR400 gets straight A’s in my book. I love this machine! It functions flawlessly. It’s quite. It’s smooth. It provides a great full body workout. And it’s fun! If you’re thinking about a rower. Don’t hesitate to buy a Bodycraft.
John
  • 5.0
I have had this machine for 4 years now and use it at least 3 times a week. The machine has really held up well. It is as good as the day it was delivered. I like the smoothness of the pull and slide of the seat. Much better than any others I have used in the gym. Just as important is the customer service. I did need to replace a wheel in the seeat and the service department was outstanding. The only negative I have is the monitor. It is old and difficult to navigate but I see in the brochure it has been upgraded. Well done. I wonder if I could awap mine to the new monitor? I would highly recommend this product and I bet the rest of the line of eqipment is just as good.
Phil potter
  • 5.0
Have used for approx 2 1/2 months. My comparison is limited to the Concept at gyms. Retired, to much spare time, wanted a quality rower at home. This unit has served me very well. The resistance concept is good. I set to 4 or 5 and go. Either constant 34 to 36 strokes, or 15 secs all out, 45 recovery for 15 minutes. Wife also uses and is very satisfied. Extremely solid. Screen could use more contrast as overhead glare makes viewing difficult at certain angles. Overall well worth it
Phil potter
  • 5.0
Have used for approx 2 1/2 months. My comparison is limited to the Concept at gyms. Retired, to much spare time, wanted a quality rower at home. This unit has served me very well. The resistance concept is good. I set to 4 or 5 and go. Either constant 34 to 36 strokes, or 15 secs all out, 45 recovery for 15 minutes. Wife also uses and is very satisfied. Extremely solid. Screen could use more contrast as overhead glare makes viewing difficult at certain angles. Overall well worth it

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