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SportsArt Unveils G260 Rower That Generates Electricity

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SEATTLE—SportsArt, a leader in sustainable fitness and green solutions for over 40 years, showcased its expanded ECO-POWR offering at CES 2022, the world’s premier consumer electronics show.

Unlike other competitors on the market, the new G260 is the only rower that has a built-in patented microinverter allowing users to generate electricity and offset their carbon footprint while enjoying a high-intensity workout. Other exclusive features include:

  • Fingertip controls integrated within the handlebar allow users to effortlessly adjust resistance levels on-the-fly, allowing for greater training variability and control;
  • The electromagnetic braking system mimics the real-world feeling of rowing on the water;
  • Biomechanically focused foot pedals effortlessly rotate at the appropriate pivot point—maintaining comfort at the foot and ankle while minimizing stress on the plantar fascia; and
  • A color-changing LED light indicates the number of watts being generated in real-time, providing key insights and potential coaching cues.

“We’re constantly challenging ourselves to find ways to expand our portfolio and push the boundaries of our technology to provide consumers with more opportunities for energy-producing fitness equipment,” says Ruben Mejia, Executive Vice President, SportsArt Americas. “SportsArt was founded with one goal in mind—to change the world one workout at a time and inspire a community movement for better health and wellness, this latest addition to our ECO-POWR line does just that.”

With hundreds of patents worldwide for innovative technologies, SportsArt is the industry’s leading green fitness partner, developing products that are instrumental to rebuilding and sustaining lives. All ECO-POWR products convert up to 74 percent of human energy into usable electricity. That means, one hour of working out with an ECO-POWR machine can produce enough electricity to power a desktop computer for 2.4 hours.

To learn more about SportsArt or the company’s line of ECO-POWR fitness equipment, visit gosportsart.com.

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