HUGE water rowing machine deal! Save $500 in this insane Prime Day bargain

Always wanted a beautiful wooden water rowing machine? Save $500 in this Amazon Prime Day bargain

Mr Captain Water Rower
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It's Amazon Prime Day, and lots of people are picking up bargains on smaller bit and pieces. From Fitbits to yoga mats, there's lots of smaller-ticket items at great discounts right now – but for the savvy shopper, going big now means great savings in the Amazon Prime Day fitness deals

If you're in the market for a piece of cardio equipment for home, like a rowing machine, you're in luck – the Mr. Captain water rowing machine, a gorgeous piece of fitness kit, has had its price slashed by a huge $500 down to a wallet-friendly $599. That's almost half price. Check out the deal in full below.

Get the water rowing machine deal here:

Mr Captain water rowing machine | was $1,099 | now $599 at Amazon
The Mr Captain is a beautiful piece of fitness equipment, all exposed wood and water. Rather than noisy fan belts, the water tank provides quiet, realistic resistance that mimics the sensation of actually rowing on water, and thanks to these discounts, it's cheaper than a lot of these plastic fan-belt rowers too. Don't miss out. It even folds up and wheels away for storage.View Deal

Why get a water rowing machine?

Sure, you could have a black and metal plastic piece of kit that has a whirring, noisy fan, but why not go for a classic wooden nautical feel? Mr Captain says "The shape of the Rowing Machine is professionally designed like a real ship, and the real water resistance will perfectly bring you a feeling of real-life outdoor rowing experience."

It's not all low-tech: the ergonomic design sports a customisable bluetooth monitor for you to keep track of your workouts, with manual settings and customised interval training programmes. 

For more on the best water, magnetic and fan rowers, check our guide to the best rowing machine for you. 

Matt Evans
Matt Evans

Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and Channel Editor at Fit&Well. He's previously written for titles like Men's Health and Red Bull, and covers all things exercise and nutrition on the Fit&Well website. 

Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen kickboxer and runner. His top fitness tip? Stretch.