Which Model Canoe Paddling Adapter do I have?
From 1994 – 1997 we sold a canoe adapter that was very long and had a separate seat assembly that was placed behind the Concept2 Indoor Rower. We now refer to this as the Model A Canoe Paddling Adapter. See the below line drawing:
Starting in 1997 we produced our current version of the Canoe Padding Adapter which uses the Indoor Rower seat. We now refer to this as our Model B Canoe Paddling Adapter. See the below drawing:
Which models of the Concept2 Indoor Rower does the Paddling Adapter fit onto?
The Paddling Adapter is designed to fit on the Concept2 Models C, D, and E Indoor Rowers. For the Model E Indoor Rower, an additional platform is necessary under the Rower footrest. Typically, while using the Paddling Adapter, your heels rest on the floor and the balls of your feet rest on the bottom of the Rower footrest. Because the footrest is higher on the Model E Rower, you will want some sort of platform to rest your heels on when you paddle.
How do I know which model of the Concept2 Indoor Rower I have?
Follow this link to a page on the Concept2 website that will show you what each model looks like.
How long does it take to switch between rowing and paddling?
The initial installation takes about 20 minutes. After that, switching between rowing and paddling takes only about two minutes. As you do it more, you’ll get faster at it!