Hydrow®, the leading at-home connected rower that brings the on-water experience of rowing straight to the home, today announced that the company has reached a settlement agreement with iFIT, resolving an ongoing lawsuit filed by Hydrow earlier this year.
In February 2022, Hydrow filed a design patent and trade dress infringement action against iFIT and its NordicTrack RW700 and RW900 rowers. As a part of the settlement, iFIT agreed to redesign certain aspects of the rowers named in the lawsuit. The remaining terms of the settlement agreement are confidential.
“We’re pleased with the outcome of the settlement,” said Bruce Smith, CEO and Founder of Hydrow, Inc. “Every single facet of Hydrow’s distinct design plays an equally critical role in creating the unique experience we deliver. To ensure our customers receive the highest quality of products, we remain steadfast in our commitment to protecting and enforcing our intellectual property rights and its goodwill within the brand.”