> Mine is outside too, slightly under cover, however I will have to
> bring it in in the winter or change the water to anti-freeze.
> I wonder if anyone has used antifreeze before.
I didn't need antifreeze when I was displaying a WaterRower at the 2000
National Championships at Penrith (the Olympic regatta venue) but it came
extremely close to it, and that was early March, so our summer here in Oz
was only just over. It was damn cold and barely stopped raining all week. I
brought it in under an awning every night, but nevertheless it remained
pretty thoroughly soaked. The only discernible effect was that some of the
***heads began to rust a bit. Maybe if I had spread a bit of oil over
them, or perhaps vaseline, this would have been prevented. Wise after the
But a WaterRower needs such a small floor area for storage, about 60 cm wide
by 50cm out from the wall, so you guys must be really cramped for space!
WaterRower distributor for Oz-NZ