Peloton Row hands-on: What it’s like working out on a $3,200 rowing machine

Peloton’s long-awaited rowing machine official: The Peloton Row can be purchased starting September 20 with availability promised by the end of this year. But the machine’s price might give you pause, checking out at $3,195 as the most expensive piece of Peloton hardware you can buy right now.

So how is Peloton Row prepared to justify the cost? For starters, it feels more full-featured than Peloton’s other machines based on my brief hands-on experience. Live form feedback and in-class drills eased the intimidation during my beginner’s class, while post-class insights offered highly specific stroke data indicating which elements of my technique needed work (and which parts, surprisingly, weren’t so bad.)

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