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SF-RW5508 – Sunny Health & Fitness Review


Did not get enough time to go the gym? Or love to do exercise at your home gym? If your answer is yes then, for you Sunny Health & Fitness SF-RW5508 is a remedy, experience a quality constructed rowing machine in the comfort and privacy of your own home. Made of top-grade steel and aluminum this rower is a perfect addition to your home gym.

It is easy to track your progress with the Digital Monitor screen! It will show time, strokes/min, calories burned, distance and pulse which will motivate you to reach your personal fitness goal.

This magnetic rowing machine is designed such a way that you get comfort, convenience, and reliability. It is built with a fully padded seat and slip-resistant handles to help users of all level to get into shape at ease.

Feature Analysis

1. LCD console display

The SF-RW5508 comes with a built-in LCD monitor that displays time, time/ 500m, total strokes, strokes per minute, distance, and calories burned. The rowing is compatible with a 5.3 kHz heart rate monitor which is separately available.

2. Magnetic resistance

To keep your workouts challenging and fun, this rower offers ten levels of magnetic resistance through the machine’s elevated magnetic tension system. There is a dial on the main frame of the rower which you rotate clockwise to increase the resistance or anti-clockwise to decrease it.

3. Heart rate belt compatible

As we already said, the rowing console is also compatible with 5.3 kHz heart rate monitors. To Keep track of your heart rate, you need a heart rate monitor, and you can sync it easily to the advanced digital console.

4. Non-slip handlebars and fully padded seat

The Sunny Health & Fitness designed this model to be comfortable so that you can stay focused on your goals. The large, anti-slip foot pedals are easily adjustable and include foot straps, so your feet stay in place throughout your workout. The fully padded seat keeps your bottom comfortable, while the anti-slip hand grips keep your hands in place no matter how intense your workout gets.

5. Powerful and quiet design

This SF RW5508 is Built with a steel and aluminum frame, which increases durability. This rower supports as much as 300 pounds. With a higher weight limit, this can accommodate most users with ease.


  • Item Model Number SF-RW5508
  • Weight 80 pounds
  • Maximum weight capacity 300 pounds


  • A wide range of resistance levels
  • Quiet and smooth
  • Comfortable
  • LCD console display
  • Accurate tracking
  • High performance


  • Little difficult to assemble

Final Verdict

The Sunny Health & Fitness SF-RW5508 is a great mid-range rower that offers plenty of room for growth in your fitness level. With ten levels of resistance and a strong frame, this rower can help you go from beginner to athlete without breaking a sweat.

As we said it is a little difficult to assemble, we hope it will not be a problem if you are familiar with the gym instrument or you can always hire a professional to assemble it.

Lastly, we recommend this as it would be worth the investment for your fitness. Do your exercise regularly and build a fit body.

About the author

Thomas Bailey

A Gym Equipment Expert

I’m Thomas, a healthy guy as people often say. During the 90s when I frequented local gyms, I used to experience an issue that few people could tell knowledgeably when and which piece of equipment to use or work with for which specific part of the body. I won’t tell ‘nobody’ could, but there was lack of perfect guidelines and decisive mentorship when it comes to weightlifting, exercise, and bodybuilding. Since then, I spent so much of my time and patience in finding out the reality about the different tools, exercise units, and equipment that anybody would tell it was going to be my profession, but that’s not really going to happen. However, it has been my pursuit for half the decade. I help, guide, and talk to people who I come across. You’re welcome to take a look at my posts.

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