CLMBR

the CLMBR vertical climbing machine on a white background
the CLMBR vertical climbing machine on a white background
a woman using the CLMBR vertical climbing machine

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

CLMBR adds a new piece of equipment to the mix of virtual training options in a very unique way. It’s a vertical climbing machine that uses your natural, upright body position to get a full-body strength and cardio workout.

In fact, CLMBR claims to engage up to 86% of your muscles in any single workout. This low-impact machine is compact as well. Measuring 32 inches wide, 35 inches deep and 88 inches high, the footprint is much smaller than what you would get in a treadmill or bike. A large interactive display allows you to stay connected with trainer-led immersive workouts or connect to your Apple or Android device via the Bluetooth technology. 

Featuring three grip positions, oversized pedals and a max user weight of 350 pounds, this machine could be an interesting home gym addition for anyone who has the means to buy it, because it sure comes at a hefty price. 

But, you can use the code GGR at checkout to save $250 on your machine.

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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Immersive technology
  • Low-impact
  • Full-body workout
  • Small footprint
  • Quiet operation
  • Ergonomic, adjustable dumbbells
  • Bluetooth-enabled
  • Caster transport wheels
What needs improvement ...
  • Expensive
  • Membership required for access to classes

Product Summary

While vertical climbers have been around for some time, none on the market today can really compare to the CLMBR, which is the most immersive home vertical climber. This machine offers both a resistance strength session as well a high-intensity cardio workout that targets the entire body. In fact, CLMBR claims that one workout engages 86% of your muscles burning serious calories in a short time.

A large interactive screen provides users with a truly immersive experience. Users can purchase a membership to their online fitness platform that provides exclusive access to on-demand workouts. What’s more, when you’re in an active climb, you can connect to the app through any Alexa-enabled device to start, pause, stop, or resume.

Fully equipped with an integrative sound system, the CLMBR allows for multiple ways to stay entertained and connected throughout your workout. Set your own standard using your own fitness benchmarks and stay on track via the CLMBR app, which you’ll pay a monthly fee for. This app records all your fitness metrics so you can analyze progress at any time. 

Offering three ergonomic grip positions, oversized, textured pedals, and caster transport wheels, the CLMBR is both convenient and efficient. It does, however, come with a large price tag and is available for purchase in three different bundles—Base, Peak, and Summit—with slightly different offerings. Additionally, the CLMBR only offers a one-year warranty, which is quite disappointing. It does have a 30-day return policy, but for the hefty price tag, you’d expect more in terms of warranty backing. 

Specs

Base dimensions

35" X 32"

Height

88"; fits any ceiling over 8'

Weight

180 lbs

Power

Wired connection

Compatibility

Apple and Android

Handles

Quick adjust, 1.5" increments with 3 grip positions: over, under, and neutral. Available extender handles for users over 6'5"

Pedals

Oversized, textured. Straps optional

Step length

20"

Reach height

20"

Mobility

Caster wheels for portability when not in use

Weight Capacity

350 lbs

Height capacity

7'

Resistance

Discrete magnetic resistance with 11 settings

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      Summary

      The CLMBR is an interesting investment for someone looking for an efficient, functional and interactive workout experience that’s high-intensity in nature but low-impact on the joints. That said, its price tag may make you pause.