Rated 5 out of 5Â by Clayton A One Heck Of A Machine!!!
I received the 1205 about 3 weeks ago and row 1 hour a day everyday. So far I've lost 10 pounds, 21/2 inch's off my fat gut and 1 inch off my waist. The machine takes up very little room and stays in adjustment as long as you check the adjusters before each workout. My only gripe is the electrical jack that can be snapped off when standing the machine on end for storage. If that was changed it would be a 10 of 10. It inexpensive, will make you sweat and keeps track of time, calories, miles rowed etc. It works for me and that is all I really wanted. Got to go row, goodbye. C
Rated 3 out of 5Â by melrosehouse almost
great product minor flaw with right piviot point rubber bushing is deteriorating sloppy connection needs a bushing to stablize the arm.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Julia0532 Affordable, good workout, great customer service
I bought the precision rower a month ago and am very happy with it. It doesn't take up much space, I keep it in my bedroom, it's a great work out for many muscle groups, it's quiet (I live in an apartment), easy assembly, and it's affordable. The monitor didn't work initially and I called Stamina, great customer service, they sent me a new one within 2 days.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Obie1kenobi Well made and designed, a great no-frills rower.
This is my second Stamina 1205. I row an hour every day and after many years, I literally wore out my first one.
This unit has a fairly small footprint when you lean it against a wall. I put white crew socks on the black rubber base ends so it leaves no mark on the wall. The electronics are fairly straight forward for those who like to use same. I simply time myself. The seat rolls easily on the track. The tension is adjustable on the rowing bars. I keep mine in the bedroom close to the TV. If I am watching something interesting, I can row for an hour or so. I concentrate bending my old knees to increase flexibility / range of motion. I like the oars of this style better than those higher priced models with a T bar handle that is centered and you just pull it. This is more like real rowing.
Not expensive, tough, portable, small footprint, quiet, and provides a great workout.