Help find WaterRower

Help find WaterRower

Post by BilMcGow » Wed, 06 Dec 1995 04:00:00


The only address I could find for the WaterRower is:  50 Greyhound Rd,
London, W6 8NX, England  Tel: 0171 381-6663, Fax: -6664.  They were
originally made in Providence, RI.  But when I called directory assistance
(area code 401) no listing was found.  Good luck.
                  Bill McGowan,
     USRowing East Field Service Coordinator
     5 Gerrish Street, Boston, MA 02135-1704      
    Phone/Fax/Answering Machine(617)787-5060;

        Serving USRowing members in the
        Mid-Atlantic & Northeast States
 
 
 

Help find WaterRower

Post by Mitchell Wa » Thu, 07 Dec 1995 04:00:00

The Rower's Bookshelf lists the Water Rower in their latest catalog.
800/477-1507.  $1299.

356 Rosebrook Road
New Canaan,CT  06840.

Good luck.

Quote:

> Im trying to get information on an exercise rower called the WaterRower.
> It supposedly uses water to provide rowing resistance and is said to have
> the true feel of rowing. I also heard that it was rated very well by one
> of the consumer magazines.

> I would appreciate any information anyone could provide such as
> Manufacturer, retailers, or a lead on the consumer magazine article that
> rated the rower.

> Please Email any info. Thanks.



--
Mitchell Wade

 
 
 

Help find WaterRower

Post by Rachel Quarre » Fri, 08 Dec 1995 04:00:00

Quote:

> Im trying to get information on an exercise rower called the WaterRower.
> It supposedly uses water to provide rowing resistance and is said to have
> the true feel of rowing. I also heard that it was rated very well by one
> of the consumer magazines.

> I would appreciate any information anyone could provide such as
> Manufacturer, retailers, or a lead on the consumer magazine article that
> rated the rower.

> Please Email any info. Thanks.



A totally image-laden web site belonging to the manufacturers is up at
http://www.connections.co.uk/, although their address changes every time I
look.  Try that first, and email me if not and I'll provide you with some
of their other variations.  Opinions on the WR vary (I've heard about a
dozen top-level oarsmen on the subject).  They now advertise in REGATTA
magazine and somewhere in the States, although I don't know where.

Rachel.

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