How To Turn Off NordicTrack Rower RW900?

Probably you may be wondering how to turn off The NordicTrack RW900 rower after you are done exercising on it.

Well, today’s article will show you exactly how you can do so with ease.

You can also have a look at this detailed guide on how to turn on a NordicTrack rower and safely start using it.

Without further ado, let’s get right into it!

How To Turn Off NordicTrack Rower RW900?

rowing machine picture from my home gym set up

The NordicTrack RW900 rowing machine is super easy to use. The screen and the rower itself are mains powered. 

When you end the workout, touch the screen to pause the workout, and then follow the prompts on the screen to end the workout and return to the main menu. 

When the workout ends, a workout summary will appear on the screen. 

If desired, you can select options such as adding the workout to your schedule or adding the workout to your favorites list. 

Then, touch Save Workout to return to the main menu and then unplug the power cord in order to power off the NordicTrack machine.

Bottom Line

NordicTrack rowing machine is one of the best rowing machine for short people on the market today.

All you need to do in order to safely and successfully turn off the NordicTrack RW900 is cut the power by unplugging the power adapter.


Is there a power button on the NordicTrack rower?

There is no power button on the monitor itself, which means the only way to power off this rower is through unplugging the power adapter.

Do You Need to Turn Off The NordicTrack when done?

Some people may prefer to leave the machine to go into sleep mode after exercising and not cut off the power source. NordicTrack advises otherwise and claims the safest and best thing to do is to unplug the machine right after you are done with it.

Is the RW900 worth it?

The NordicTrack RW900 is absolutely worth it for the price you pay for it.

a sleek and compact machine with a stunningly large display that offers access to a variety of on-demand classes that combine rowing with cross-training workouts.

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