The Xebex Vertical Climber 2.0 with Smart Connect provides a total body workout. Xebex claims that this is the quietest and smoothest model on the market. It has adjustable handlebars with four positions and an extendable arm accessory is available for purchase to accommodate athletes of all sizes.
The vertical climber has a 202-pound free-standing base with transportation wheels. The machine also has self-generating power, so it does not require an outlet. Additionally, it is belt-driven rather than chain-driven, creating a quieter and smoother workout. The pedal and handlebar stride is 20 inches.
The Xebex Vertical Climber also has multiple pre-programmed workout modes such as: race/opponent, interval, and goal. There is a backlit console to track performance metrics such as time, speed, and steps.
Additional accessories are available for purchase to add variety to your workout. There’s a cross-crawl attachment, neutral handle attachment, stepper attachment, and extender arms. This vertical climber also has a smartphone holder to keep your phone nearby while you workout.
There are limited online reviews of the product and they are mostly positive. The users shared that this machine gives them a great workout and that the machine is great for taller people, especially with the extenders. They also really loved the cross-crawl attachment which changes the standard pattern (elbow and knee on the same side of the body move together) to a pattern where opposite elbow and knee move together.