The Bodymax Infiniti R100 is an air magnetic rower with dozens of built-in workout programs, multiple resistance levels and a folding design for easy storage. Built to last, this is a rower that can give anyone – beginner to expert – a fantastic workout. If you’re looking for a rower that can be used by the whole family and progress with you as you increase your fitness level, the Infiniti R100 may just be the perfect rower for you.
Bodymax Infiniti R100 Features
- Auto-controlled air magnetic resistance (16 levels)
- 42 built-in workout programs (including 1 race and 4 pulse-controlled)
- Full stroke
- Data storage for up to 5 people
- Folds for easy storage
- Max weight: 150kg
Bodymax Infiniti R100 Review
The Infiniti R100 is the product of more than 10 years of research and development. Bodymax used the latest technology when creating this rower, and they listened to what their consumers wanted, too.
A couple of things that make this rower stand out are the resistance controls and the built-in workouts. But its other features shouldn’t be overlooked either.
Automatic Resistance Control
The air magnetic resistance system is auto-controlled by the machine’s computer, which means resistance levels adjust automatically throughout the course of your workout. In other words you won’t have to stop your workout just to adjust resistance. Workouts are smooth and seamless – just as like if you were out on the water.
Built-In Workout Programs
The computer features a whopping 42 built-in programs. Among the myriad of programs is one race program and four pulse-controlled programs. No matter your fitness level or experience, you’re sure to find a program that suits your skill level and goals.
Full Stroke Rowing
When put together, the Bodymax Infiniti R100 has a rather large footprint of 237cm x 50cm x 91cm. Its generous length allows for full stroke rowing, which makes this an excellent machine for tall users.
No matter your height, you’re sure to get the most out of your workout.
Ergonomic Design & HR Monitoring
Bodymax thought of just about everything when designing the Infiniti R100. With ergonomically-designed handles, your workouts are more comfortable, and rowing is smooth and seamless.
We’ve seen our fair share of handles that are uncomfortable and painful to use, but the R100’s handle felt like it was designed just for our hands.
We also like that heart rate monitoring is available, so you can keep track of your pace and the intensity of your workouts.
The great thing about the pulse monitoring feature is that the machine will automatically adjust its resistance levels to make sure that you hit and maintain your target heart rate.
If you’re trying to burn the most calories and maximize each workout, this feature (in our opinion) is invaluable.
Data Storage for 5 Users
When you invest in a piece of workout equipment, like a rower, you hope that everyone in the family can use it. The trouble is that most machines won’t store data for multiple users. In fact, most don’t store data at all.
The Infiniti R100 can store information for up to five users, so everyone can use this rower and track their progress with ease.
Quiet and Durable
Some rowers can be noisy – especially air rowers. The combination of magnetic and air resistance keeps this machine quieter than most on the market.
We though the R100 was near-silent during our review, and the little noise we did hear was surprisingly soothing.
Although this machine is quiet, it’s still rugged enough to accommodate users up to 150kg. With a strong, durable frame, you’re sure to get many years of use out of this rower.
Being short on space doesn’t have to mean that you’re short on options, too. The R100 folds up for easy storage when not in use. This means that even those with limited space can enjoy all of the benefits this rower has to offer.
You may also be interested in which rower we rated as the best folding rowing machine in our buyer’s guide.
The R100 also offers a few optional extras, like the Infiniti Heart Rate Transmitter. This transmitter sends heart rate information wirelessly to the machine’s computer.
We did want to note in order to use the heart rate control programs, you’ll need to buy this transmitter separately.
Bodymax got just about everything right when designing this rower, and we were more than happy with the results of our test workouts.
- Automatic resistance control
- 42 workout programs to choose from
- Durable, stable machine
- 16 resistance levels for challenging workouts
- Full stroke rowing for tall users
- Footrests come loose at times
While we did not experience this personally, there are some users who have had trouble with the footrests coming loose from time to time. Having to retighten the footrests can be an inconvenience, but certainly not a reason to avoid buying this machine.
The Bodymax Infiniti R100 is quiet, smooth and allows you to enjoy a challenging workout. With full stroke rowing, an ergonomically designed handle and 42 built-in programs, the R100 is great for users of all fitness levels.