Saturday, January 2, 2016

I sold my WaterRower in less than 20 hours

and I am very saaaaaaaaaad about it.  I had multiple offers too.

But I'm working out using weights + doing lots of yoga and it's working for me.

That doesn't make me any less depressed.

Here was my ad on Kijiji, now deleted. Congrats to AF for a very good purchase and a super easy transaction.


Reluctantly Selling WaterRower Natural (Ash/Red/Danish Oil)

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My love affair with the WaterRower Classic started in early 2015 after a running injury helped me discover House of Cards. After researching the devastatingly medieval looking exercise equipment, I got my hands on one as soon as possible. 

Eight months later, only gently used, it graces my living room tall and proud (moved temporarily to the office/library to make way for the stupid christmas tree). It's an art gallery worthy piece and offers an a** kicking 20 minute work out, even more if you're the over achiever type. It is super silent, perfect for your late night or early morning espionage training. Close your eyes and it's as if you're rowing down the River Thames. 

I have the training, caring and exercise DVD to go with it, along with the manual, warranty card and chlorine tab. It also includes the Series 4 performance monitor. 

A hip injury is forcing me to break up with my love. Take it from me before I change my mind. WaterRowers retail for atleast $1500 CAD... go ahead and Google it. I won't part with this masterpiece for for less than $1000. 

You will need a van or pickup to pick it up. A strong manly man will help you load it into your vehicle. 


In Use: Length - 82.25” / 209 cm, Width - 22.25” / 57 cm, Height - 20” / 51 cm 

Stored: Depth - 20” / 51 cm, Width - 22.25” / 57 cm, Height - 82.25” / 209 cm 

Weight: 66.5 lbs / 30.5 kg (dry), 103.5 lb / 47 kg (17 l of water)