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Specifications

 MaxKare Water Rowing MachineSunny Health & Fitness SF-RW5713
MaxKare Water Rowing MachineSunny Health & Fitness SF-RW5713
Unit Weight86lbs91.9lbs
Dimensions78″ L x 17.3″ W x 35.4″ H80″ L x 22″ W x 34″ H
Dimensions (Folded)N/AN/A
Drive typeBeltBelt
Inseam43.3″38″
Weight Capacity264lbs300lbs
Resistance LevelsVary with water volumeVary with water volume
Display (Type)LCD MonitorLCD Monitor
Display (Readouts)Time
Strokes Per Minute
Distance
Strokes
Calories
Man-machine competitive mode
Time
Time/500M
Strokes Per Minute
Distance
Strokes
Total Strokes
Calorie
Pulse
Calendar
Temperature
Clock
Tablet Holder?NoNo
Bottle Holder?YesNo
Bluetooth compatible?NoNo
Transport wheels?YesYes
Built-in workout programs?NoNo
Heart rate monitor?NoCompatible
Warranty2 years warranty
Full refund (30 days)
3 years (Frame)
180 days (Parts)
Cost (amazon.com)Check PriceCheck Price

Similarities

The MaxKare and Sunny SF-RW5713 water rowing machines both use the same drive type

  • The two water rowers are belt driven.

Resistance levels for both the MaxKare and Sunny SF-RW5713 are similar

  • Both water rowing machines’ resistance levels vary with water volume.

The MaxKare and Sunny SF-RW5713 use a similar display type

  • The MaxKare and Sunny SF-RW5713 both have LCD monitors.

Neither of the two water rowing machines features a built-in tablet holder

  • Both the MaxKare and Sunny lack a built-in tablet holder.

Neither the MaxKare nor the Sunny is Bluetooth compatible

  • Bluetooth connectivity is not available for both water rowing machines.

Transport wheels are present in both water rowing machines

  • Both the MaxKare and Sunny have transport wheels for easy moving and storage.

Neither of the two water rowers has built-in workout programs

  • Neither the MaxKare nor the Sunny offers built-in workout programs.

Differences

The MaxKare and Sunny differ when it comes to their unit weights

  • The MaxKare weighs 86lbs, while the Sunny is heavier at 91.9lbs.

Both water rowing machines have different dimensions

  • The MaxKare has a length of 78”, a width of 17.3”, and a height of 35.4”, while the Sunny is 80” long, 22” wide, and 34” tall.

The two water rowers have a different maximum inseam measurement

  • The MaxKare has a maximum inseam length of 43.3”, while the Sunny has 38”.

Both the MaxKare and Sunny have different maximum weight capacities

  • The MaxKare has a maximum weight capacity of 264lbs, while the Sunny can carry users of up to 300lbs.

Both water rowing machines displays different information

  • The MaxKare displays time, strokes per minute, distance, strokes, calories, and a man-machine competitive mode.
  • The Sunny displays time, time per 500m, strokes per minute, distance, strokes, total strokes, calories, pulse, calendar, temperature, and clock.

Between the two, only the MaxKare features a built-in bottle holder

  • The MaxKare has a built-in bottle holder, while the Sunny has none.

Only the Sunny has a heart rate monitor feature

  • The Sunny is capable of monitoring the heart rate with a compatible heart rate chest strap.

There are different warranties offered by both water rowing machines

  • The MaxKare has a two-year warranty and a full refund within 30 days, while the Sunny offers a three-year warranty for the frame and 180 days for the parts.

Conclusion

Deciding which water rowing machine to get maybe challenging since both the MaxKare and Sunny SF-RW5713 are from reliable and well-known brands. Choosing between the two will depend on your preferences.

Here are some notable differences you might want to consider:

  • If you are looking to save a little more space, the MaxKare is ideal since it is relatively small compared to the Sunny.
  • The Sunny has a higher maximum weight capacity compared to the MaxKare.
  • The Sunny displays more information than the MaxKare.
  • The Sunny offers a better warranty.