Hydrow Rower Alternative: Save $1,500+ with the Concept 2 Erg

The Hydrow Rower might be one of the most well-built, beautiful, and elegant-looking rowers on the market. Hydrow also has some of the best rowing classes available. However, with a $2,245 price tag alongside an additional $38 monthly membership, Hydrow can also be tough to fit in a budget. This is especially true for those already paying for a connected fitness service like Peloton. Here’s a Hydrow alternative that will save you $1,500 (or more) off the cost.

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Connected Fitness Memorial Day Sale Guide: Mirror, Hydrow, Tempo, Nordictrack and more

Connected Fitness Tech is on SALE this Memorial Day weekend. So this page will cover all of the discounts, updated throughout the weekend, for those of you looking to make some new additions to your home gym. Hydrow, Mirror, Tempo, Nordictrack, FitBit, Echelon, MYX Fitness, and more are all on discount!

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Rower comparison: NordicTrack vs. Hydrow and more

As the ability to assemble your own versatile home gym grows easier with each new connected fitness product, we strive to keep you in the know about what products are currently available and what sort of fitness technology is at your disposal. One of the established fitness machines to recently gain a lot of popularity is the rower, due to its storability and low-impact training. We’ve compared a diverse group of premium rowers from fitness brands like Hydrow, Ergatta, NordicTrack, CITYROW, and LIT Method to help you see where they differ. We’ll begin with NordicTrack vs. Hydrow, and go from there.

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Does Peloton have an untouchable lead over competitors?

Over at Thinknum, a recent article looks at Peloton’s competitors, if they can catch Peloton, and what the future of connected fitness looks like going forward.

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Hydrow raises $25 million to compete with Peloton

Peloton might by the hot brand in connected fitness, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t companies starting up left and right to nip at their heels. According to Bloomberg, Hydrow has raised $25 million to compete against Peloton. Hydrow makes a $2199 rowing machine that is competing for their share of the connected fitness market.

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