What It’s Like to Subscribe to MIRROR
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How MIRROR Works
Purchase your MIRROR for $1,495 (or finance from $32/month for 48 months) and pay $39/month for the class subscription. You can upgrade your purchase to include add-ons like resistance bands, yoga mats, and heart rate monitor. The logistics team will ensure your MIRROR is set-up and ready to use immediately (with MIRROR's free shipping promotion). The MIRROR takes up about as much space as your standard full length mirror, so no need to worry about bulky fitness equipment in a small space.
MIRROR’s screen is not touch enabled, so you will control classes via the MIRROR app on your smartphone. Before starting your class, you can view a breakdown of what to expect in the workout, from who it is designed to target to the specific moves you’ll do in class.
Connect a heart rate monitor for real time feedback on performance, including calories burned and amount of time in each heart rate zone, to help you reach any specific goals. MIRROR connects with your apple watch and other Bluetooth heart rate monitors.
A few more highlights on MIRROR:
EXPERT INSTRUCTION: Certified trainers from the country's top fitness studios provide motivation and live feedback.
REAL-TIME OPTIMIZATION: Advanced camera technology and proprietary algorithms deliver in-workout adjustments based on your goals, preferences, and personal profile.
CUSTOMIZED PLAYLISTS: Choose from expertly curated playlists featuring popular music in a variety of genres from rock to pop, or sync with Apple Music and use your own playlists.
MIRROR Class Types
Mirror has 50+ genres of workouts, all with various difficulty levels. Feeling stressed and need to punch it out? Take a boxing class. Looking for a lower intensity class? MIRROR has hundreds of yoga and stretching classes to choose from. Plus, they have options for women who are pre- or post-natal, so mom’s can feel safe working out. Speaking of, MIRROR has classes that are fun for the whole family. Craving more personalized attention to correct your form? You can schedule a personal training session with one of MIRROR’s top trainers. Don’t worry if you don’t have extra equipment (weights, kettlebells, resistance bands…), because you can filter for classes based on equipment needed.
MIRROR Instructor Highlights
MIRROR has 15 instructors, all with experiences at some of the country’s top fitness studios. Hollis used to work at CityRow, the first-ever rowing studio, while Gerren taught at Equinox and barre instructor Julie Sanchez hails from top barre studio Physique 57. All instructors have multiple certifications, so you can be guaranteed your workouts are both safe and effective.
MIRROR Away From Home
Never miss a workout again with your MIRROR subscription. Workout from wherever you are, whenever you want, by taking classes on the MIRROR app via your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Because MIRROR’s workouts are designed without relying on a single piece of equipment like a treadmill or a bike, you will have a large library of classes to choose from no matter where your workout takes you.
The MIRROR is $1,495 for the physical hardware, plus $39/month for a streaming subscription. You can finance your purchase for 0% APR and pay as little as $71/month for the product and subscription. You'll pay off the MIRROR in 24 months with this financing option. MIRROR has the option to purchase bundled packages including yoga mats, heart rate monitors, and more.
Try MIRROR risk-free with a 30-day free trial: not loving your workouts? Schedule a free return within 30 days for a full refund. MIRROR also offers personal training for $40 per session.
MIRROR Pros and Cons
- MIRROR takes up minimal space in the home and looks sleek. Use it as a normal mirror when you’re not working out
- Take classes live or on demand - workout whenever it fits your schedule
- Like having a workout buddy? Workout with friends and see them in the MIRROR, or make new friends by training with other members in the community
- For those that prefer running or spinning for their cardio, these are not class types supported with the MIRROR
- Looking for a longer workout? You’ll have to stack classes as the longest classes on the platform are 60 minutes
- Unlike the products of some competitors, which you can get a digital subscription for without owning the hardware, you'll need to own the MIRROR to access MIRROR's classes and digital subscription
What Else Should You Know About MIRROR
You can have multiple people on your MIRROR subscription: up to 5 people to be exact, so you can share with family and friends. The MIRROR has a built in camera for personal training sessions and to snap a post class sweaty selfie. Unlike some competitors, MIRROR allows you to listen to your own playlists during a workout, in addition to pre-selected playlists by the instructor, so you can choose the music you know motivates you to give 110%.
Is MIRROR Worth It?
If you’re a gym rat and looking to shake up your exercise routine, or workout from home more efficiently, MIRROR could be a great choice for you. While it has a high price tag of $1,495, MIRROR offers 0% APR financing with $0 down, meaning you could pay as little as $70/month for your MIRROR + subscription. By comparison, gym memberships can range from $30-$250/month, or paying to go to exercise classes 3x/week every month can run you up to $360/month.
How MIRROR Compares to Other Fitness Products
MIRROR vs. Peloton: Both MIRROR and Peloton offer multiple classes types, ranging in difficulty level, length of class, and equipment needed. There are two main differences between MIRROR and Peloton: Peloton allows you to have a digital subscription without owning any hardware, whereas you have to have a MIRROR in order to have a MIRROR subscription. The hardware is another difference between the two; MIRROR takes up less space and has more workouts that need minimal equipment, while Peloton excels at cardio classes using their signature bike and treadmill. Price wise, MIRROR is comparable with Peloton’s lowest end bike (following a price drop on Peloton’s front).
MIRROR vs. Tonal: If your interests lean more towards a new type of strength training, Tonal may be a better choice for you. Tonal was built with a revolutionary technology that allows the resistance cables to adjust weight when it senses you’re able to take on more load or need a slight recovery moment. Both MIRROR and Tonal have a diverse range of classes from stretching to strength training, plus offer live and on demand classes. Tonal allows you to build your own workout from the 170+ moves in the library, which may be appealing to those who are not fitness class lovers and want to pump some iron. MIRROR wins on library size and price: the MIRROR is priced at $1,495, while the Tonal is more than double that at almost $3,500.
MIRROR vs. Forme: Forme is a newer competitor to the market that combines the MIRROR and the Tonal into one slim product: a mirror with hidden resistance cables (there is an option to buy just the mirror with no cables). Forme entered the market with an exclusive collaboration with Barry’s Bootcamp, one of the first ever boutique fitness studios. Barry’s instructors stream live resistance and HIIT workouts through the Forme mirror, bringing the studio experience into your home. Additionally, the Forme can be controlled via voice commands, while MIRROR is controlled through the touch screen. Given the length of time on the market, MIRROR’s class library is predictably larger. Pricing of the Forme is almost double that of the MIRROR, coming in at $2,495 (for the standard Forme with no cables) vs. MIRROR’s $1,495.