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Written on: 24/06/2011 by boombastic (1 review written)
Not being a very strong guy, I have enjoyed many hours of exercise on my Horizon Oxford, which I purchased at the beginning of 2010. It is certainly a robust machine in relation to the stress I put it under. When pulling, I do notice a slight upward motion of the front frame. The frame is very rigid, so this must be due to some flex in the connection between it and the rail on which the seat is mounted. I have not noticed the flex becoming more pronounced or the connection wearing out. The… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/03/2009 by darrenjj1972 (1 review written)
I purchased the Horizon Oxford II CS Rower from elite health and fitness in london before horizon increased their prices. Excellent build quality, easy to use console, folds up nicely and has a smooth rowing action, be careful when folding away as you can trap the wires.. Excellent service from the London retailers, highly recommend, excellent product but if your after more feedback from the console, look at the vision ar700 - negatively the ar700 doesn't fold though and is quite a lot bigger… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/09/2008 by markjonesmatthews (2 reviews written)
I bought the Horizon Oxford Rower last month. This rowing machine is the best I have tried. By far! It really is the next best thing to a concept 2 feel and for half the price. It really isn't worth paying £200- £300 as they will be unuseable within 3 years. The oxford will last a lifetime (guaranteed!)… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/07/2008
The problem for any air resistance rowing machine is that it is inevitably compared with the Concept2 which has become the standard against which such machines are judged. Given that it costs little more than half the price the Oxford II CS acquits itself quite well.
The machine is delivered as two sub-assemblies. One has the working parts, the fan to provide the resistance and the mechanism to drive it, all contained in a welded steel frame and a protective metal cover to keep anything from… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/01/2008 by andregouws (1 review written)
exceptional build quality - a class above any of its competitors ... really, if (like me) you're not going to buy a concept 2 or water rower because £1000 is too expensive this is the only other option (unless you want something really cheap that will only last a year).
I tried the Johnson 7000 (£750) and Tunturi 7 series (~£600). Neither of these compare with the feel or look of the CS2 - I can't comment on their reliability of course.
This is one of the few machines on the market (perhaps the… Read Full Review
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