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  • Adaptive Rowing | Concept2
    Performance Monitor Why Use a SkiErg Testimonials Ordering and Shipping Accessories More Other Training Technique Motivation Technique Video Parts and Support The SkiErg The Concept2 SkiErg brings the fitness benefits of Nordic skiing to everyone More Shop News Support Indoor Rowers Model C Model D Model E More SkiErgs SkiErg 1 SkiErg 2 Oars Oar Manuals Oar Repair Videos More Monitors PM3 PM4 PM5 More Other Concept2 Utility ErgData Heart Rate Equipment Manuals and Schematics Customer Registration More PM5 Firmware Make sure your PM5 is updated with all the latest features More Company You are here Home Indoor Rowers Adaptive Rowing Indoor Rowers Product Motivation Training Indoor Racing Adaptive Rowing Adapting the Indoor Rower Adaptive Classifications Rowing for the Visually Impaired Rowing for People with Developmental Disabilities Adaptive Rowing Adaptive Rowing at Community Rowing Inc 8 21 minutes Adaptive rowing is rowing for people with disabilities and its popularity is growing The indoor rower can be modified to help meet the needs of adaptive athletes making rowing accessible to a community of people with many varied gifts and abilities Indoor rowing is a genuinely inclusive sport and many races offer separate adaptive categories including the World Indoor Rowing Championships hosted

    Original URL path: http://www.concept2.nl/en/indoor-rowers/adaptive-rowing (2016-05-01)
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  • Which Model Do You Have | Concept2
    Grip Bantam Sculls Our new low cost scull option for youth recreational beginners and masters athletes More SkiErg SkiErg SkiErg Performance Monitor Why Use a SkiErg Testimonials Ordering and Shipping Accessories More Other Training Technique Motivation Technique Video Parts and Support The SkiErg The Concept2 SkiErg brings the fitness benefits of Nordic skiing to everyone More Shop News Support Indoor Rowers Model C Model D Model E More SkiErgs SkiErg 1 SkiErg 2 Oars Oar Manuals Oar Repair Videos More Monitors PM3 PM4 PM5 More Other Concept2 Utility ErgData Heart Rate Equipment Manuals and Schematics Customer Registration More PM5 Firmware Make sure your PM5 is updated with all the latest features More Company You are here Home Support Which Model Do You Have Support Indoor Rowers Dynamic Model E Model D Model C Model B Model A SkiErg Monitors Oars Software Slides DYNO Heart Rate Equipment Manuals and Schematics Customer Registration Product Warranties Which Model Do You Have Refer to the following pictures and manufacture dates to determine which model indoor rower you have Click the corresponding picture to access service and support information for your machine Dynamic Nov 2010 Present Model E Aug 2006 Present Model D Updated Aug

    Original URL path: http://www.concept2.nl/en/service/indoor-rowers (2016-05-01)
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    option for youth recreational beginners and masters athletes More SkiErg SkiErg SkiErg Performance Monitor Why Use a SkiErg Testimonials Ordering and Shipping Accessories More Other Training Technique Motivation Technique Video Parts and Support The SkiErg The Concept2 SkiErg brings the fitness benefits of Nordic skiing to everyone More Shop News Support Indoor Rowers Model C Model D Model E More SkiErgs SkiErg 1 SkiErg 2 Oars Oar Manuals Oar Repair Videos More Monitors PM3 PM4 PM5 More Other Concept2 Utility ErgData Heart Rate Equipment Manuals and Schematics Customer Registration More PM5 Firmware Make sure your PM5 is updated with all the latest features More Company You are here Home Oars Oars Product What s New Bantam Sculls Oar Components Related Products Parts and Support Why Top Athletes Choose Concept2 How Our Oars are Made and Tested When you row with Concept2 oars you ll have 40 years of design and innovation literally at your fingertips Our oars are custom built and engineered for speed With every oar we commit to delivering our best effort so you can deliver yours We invite you to learn more and see why our oars are the preferred choice of top athletes around the world

    Original URL path: http://www.concept2.nl/en/oars (2016-05-01)
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  • Blades Overview and Loading Profile | Concept2
    Profile Our driving goal has been to design and build oars that will help you go faster To that end our blade designs have evolved with one purpose to more efficiently convert the athlete s power into boat speed At the same time the unique characteristics of each blade design impact the feel of the drive Because the preferences of athletes and coaches differ the best way to choose your blade is to learn about the options available and then determine the best fit for you Here is a general overview of our blades starting with our most recent designs For more details click the blade name links Fat2 The Fat2 is our most recent design and incorporates all of our innovations It is our most efficient blade Smoothie2 Vortex Edge The Smoothie2 Vortex Edge incorporates many of the innovations of the Fat2 but with a slightly smaller surface area Smoothie2 Plain Edge Introduced after our Big Blade the Smoothie2 Plain Edge offers less slip than the Big Blade and stays consistently loaded throughout the drive Big Blade Big Blade Developed in the 1990s Unless you have very specific reasons for choosing the Big Blade we recommend considering one of our more advanced blades Macon Blade The Macon Blade is the traditional tulip blade of the 1960s Loading Profile As an oar blade moves through the water it resists the athlete s effort This resistance generates the load the athlete feels Loading profile refers to the varying amounts of load the athlete feels as the blade progresses through the drive Our blade designs have evolved as we ve learned more about blade path and the features that go into making an efficient blade As a result different blade designs have different loading profiles More efficient blades like the Fat2 offer

    Original URL path: http://www.concept2.nl/en/oars/oar-options/blades (2016-05-01)
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  • Shaft Construction | Concept2
    Training Technique Motivation Technique Video Parts and Support The SkiErg The Concept2 SkiErg brings the fitness benefits of Nordic skiing to everyone More Shop News Support Indoor Rowers Model C Model D Model E More SkiErgs SkiErg 1 SkiErg 2 Oars Oar Manuals Oar Repair Videos More Monitors PM3 PM4 PM5 More Other Concept2 Utility ErgData Heart Rate Equipment Manuals and Schematics Customer Registration More PM5 Firmware Make sure your PM5 is updated with all the latest features More Company You are here Home Oars Product Oar Components Shafts Shaft Construction Oars Product What s New Bantam Sculls Oar Components Blades Length Shafts Shaft Construction Stiffness Options Handles and Grips Related Products Parts and Support Why Top Athletes Choose Concept2 How Our Oars are Made and Tested Shaft Construction We offer the following types of shaft construction Ultralight Sweep and Scull The Ultralight is our standard lightweight all carbon fiber shaft that is most commonly used at all levels of rowing and racing today Over the years we have refined the construction of this shaft to be as durable as possible Skinny Sweep and Scull Made of high modulus carbon fiber the Skinny is a smaller diameter shaft that offers a softer feel This can be particularly beneficial to those looking for the efficiency of the Fat2 blade but who want their oar to feel less stiff The small diameter also reduces wind resistance which can be very significant in a headwind Skinny shafts weigh the same as Ultralight shafts Low i Scull Only The Low i shaft uses high modulus carbon fiber rather than the more standard carbon fiber used in Ultralights Using the stiffer carbon allows us to use less material to achieve a lighter shaft We use the same high modulus carbon in the blade of the

    Original URL path: http://www.concept2.nl/en/oars/oar-options/shafts/shaft-construction (2016-05-01)
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  • Handle Options | Concept2
    PM5 More Other Concept2 Utility ErgData Heart Rate Equipment Manuals and Schematics Customer Registration More PM5 Firmware Make sure your PM5 is updated with all the latest features More Company You are here Home Oars Product Oar Components Handles and Grips Handle Options Oars Product What s New Bantam Sculls Oar Components Blades Length Shafts Handles and Grips Handles Scull Grip Options Sweep Grip Options Related Products Parts and Support Why Top Athletes Choose Concept2 How Our Oars are Made and Tested Handle Options We offer composite and wood handles for sweep and scull Choose a Handle Then Choose a Grip Once you ve selected your handle you ll need to choose a grip The grip options available to you depend on the shaft and handle you choose The diameter will vary depending on the handle or handle grip combination So choose a handle and then move on to our Scull Grip Options or Sweep Grip Options pages to learn more and choose your grip Alternatively we also sell wooden handles without grips Composite Handles Our composite handle is the lightest handle we offer It is available for sweep and scull as either fixed length or as part of our Length Adjustment System Length Adjustment System Our Length Adjustment System uses a bonded composite handle with a structural outside grip that is capable of a 5 cm range of length adjustment Unique features Simple three step process adjusts oar length Redundant design for safety The grip is keyed to the handle to prevent rotation Continuous choice of settings over the entire five centimeter range Each turn of the adjusting screw results in a length change of approximately 0 25 centimeters Oars are marked at the handle to indicate overall length of the oar in centimeters Worn grips or damaged parts

    Original URL path: http://www.concept2.nl/en/oars/oar-options/handles-and-grips/handles (2016-05-01)
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  • Scull Grip Options | Concept2
    Oars are Made and Tested Scull Grip Options The scull grip options available depend on the handle you ve chosen To see grip availability by handle use the following Fixed composite handle Fixed wood handle Length Adjustment System Show all grip options Smooth Green Rubber Available with our Length Adjustment System only Diameters 32 mm thin 34 5 mm medium 37 mm thick Firm smooth texture Most durable easy to clean Contoured Orange Rubber Available with our Length Adjustment System only 33 5 mm diameter Radial finger sized contours and brushed texture Firm durable material Microfibre Suede Available with our Length Adjustment System only Diameters 32 mm thin or 34 5 mm medium Soft suede like texture Adhesive backed synthetic suede grip layer Easy and inexpensive to replace no tools required Requires more frequent replacement than our other grip options Ice Blue and Azure Blue Rubber Available on fixed composite handles and with our Length Adjustment System 32 5 39 mm diameters depending on handle see chart Diameters 33 5 mm ice blue 36 mm azure blue Diameters 32 5 ice blue narrow handle 35 5 ice blue medium handle 35 mm azure blue narrow handle 37 5 azure blue medium handle Diameters 35 mm ice blue narrow handle 37 mm ice blue medium handle 37 mm azure blue narrow handle 39 mm azure blue medium handle Firm feel with longitudinal ribs Easy to clean Black Rubber Available on fixed composite handles and with our Length Adjustment System 34 39 mm diameters depending on handle see chart Diameters 34 mm narrow handle 37 mm medium handle 35 mm diameter Diameters 36 5 mm narrow handle 39 mm medium handle Firm rubber texture Durable does not show dirt Blue Cellular Foam Available with our Length Adjustment System only 35 mm diameter Soft feel with a firm sponge like texture Requires more frequent cleaning to retain grip properties None or Bare Core 28 5 34 mm diameter depending on handle see chart Diameters 28 5 mm narrow handle 31 5 medium handle 30 mm diameter Diameters 31 mm narrow handle 34 mm medium handle On adjustable composite handles the bare core is the structural outside grip of our Length Adjustment System that allows for a 5cm range of adjustment The bare core is meant to be rowed with a grip but we offer this option for people who plan to use their own or another manufacturer s grips on their sculls The fixed composite handle is meant to be rowed with a grip but we offer this option for people who plan to use their own or another manufacturer s grips on their sculls Smooth Green Rubber Grip Contoured Orange Rubber Grip Microfibre Suede Grip Thin Microfibre Suede Grip Medium Ice Blue Rubber Grip Azure Blue Rubber Grip Black Rubber Grip Black Rubber Grip Blue Cellular Foam Grip Diameter Chart Grip Grip Grip Scull Handle Adjustable Composite Scull Handle Fixed Composite Scull Handle Wood Scull Handle Adjustable Composite Adjustable Composite Fixed Composite

    Original URL path: http://www.concept2.nl/en/oars/oar-options/handles-and-grips/scull-grip-options (2016-05-01)
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  • Sweep Grip Options | Concept2
    diameter 41 5 mm inside hand diameter Firm smooth texture Most durable easy to clean Microfibre Suede Available with our Length Adjustment System only 37 mm outside hand diameter 40 mm inside hand diameter Soft suede like texture Adhesive backed synthetic suede grip layer Easy and inexpensive to replace no tools required Requires more frequent replacement than our other grip options Wood Veneer Available with our Length Adjustment System only 39 mm outside hand diameter 41 5 mm inside hand diameter Real mahogany Surface can be sanded carefully for more texture Costs an additional 37 per oar Blue Cellular Foam Available on fixed composite handles and with our Length Adjustment System 35 42 mm outside hand diameter depending on handle and shaft see chart 42 mm outside hand diameter 40 4 mm outside hand diameter 35 mm outside hand diameter 46 mm inside hand diameter Soft feel with a firm sponge like texture Requires more frequent cleaning to retain grip properties Note We recommend our Microfibre Suede sweep grips over our Blue Cellular Foam grip as many customers have confirmed our opinion that the grip and feel of the suede is better than the blue foam Both the suede and blue foam feature a surface that is slightly absorbent and both will wear out much faster than the very durable green rubber grips however the suede is easier and less costly to replace then the blue foam None or Bare Core 30 35 mm outside hand diameter depending on handle and shaft see chart 32 mm outside hand diameter 35 mm outside hand diameter Outside hand diameter available upon request 38 mm inside hand diameter Inside hand diameter available upon request On adjustable composite handles the bare core is the structural outside grip of our Length Adjustment System that allows for a 5 cm range of adjustment The bare core The fixed composite handle is meant to be rowed with a grip but we offer this option for people who plan to use their own or another manufacturer s grips on their oars Additional Skinny Shaft Grip Options If you have chosen our Length Adjustment System on a Skinny shaft more grip options are available to you because all of our scull grips fit the composite handle for the Skinny shaft Note These are available for the outside hand only you will need to choose either smooth green suede wood veneer or blue cellular for your inside grip Contoured Orange Rubber Available with our Length Adjustment System on Skinny shafts only Outside grip only 33 5 mm outside diameter Radial finger sized contours and brushed texture Firm durable material Ice Blue and Azure Blue Rubber Available with our Length Adjustment System on Skinny shafts only Outside grip only 33 5 mm ice blue or 36 mm azure blue outside diameter Firm feel with longitudinal ribs Easy to clean Black Rubber Available with our Length Adjustment System on Skinny shafts only Outside grip only 35 mm outside diameter Firm rubber texture

    Original URL path: http://www.concept2.nl/en/oars/oar-options/handles-and-grips/sweep-grip-options (2016-05-01)
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