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Mirror, mirror, on the wall … who’s the fittest of them all?

If you happen to be gazing into a smart fitness mirror, it’s def gonna be you. These shiny, futuristic workout surfaces are set to take the fitness world by storm, and we’ve got the scoop on which ones are worth your money.

Here are our picks for the best smart workout mirrors for 2022.

A workout mirror is probably the most cutting-edge piece of workout equipment you could get your hands on, RN.

It’s a mirror with a built-in digital screen. You’ll get to see your reflection AND follow along with the movements performed on screen. It’s like having a personal trainer you can mirror (in the mirror!) to achieve perfect form.

Some fitness mirrors come equipped with cameras, sensors, and accessories to help guide you through tailor-made workouts, auto-adjust weight and resistance, and track your progress. (More on cameras in the FAQs.)

Kinda like the Peloton bike or Bowflex Max Trainer, these mirrors are equipped to stream fitness classes. Is there a workout style you wanna try? There’s probably a class for it. We’re talking yoga, barre, weightlifting, cardio, etc.

Bottom line: The versatility of this one piece of fitness equipment is incredible. Several brands also offer additional accessories that sync with the mirror. #Fancy

We wouldn’t recommend just any shiny surface with a screen. Here’s how we curated a list of the best smart fitness mirrors for 2022:

  • Cost. Let’s keep it real: These ultra-modern workout mirrors are not cheap. But we did try to include high quality options at a variety of prices.
  • Reviews. No product is perfect, but we kept a close eye on ratings and reviews. No duds here!
  • Special features. If you’re gonna shell out for one of these babies, you want it to be good. We included smart fitness mirrors with features like extra equipment heart rate monitors, and free limited-time app subscriptions.
  • Class options. All of our picks require connection to an app that unlocks a library of on-demand fitness routines. With the exception of the NordicTrack Vault, every pick includes live streaming options too.
  • Vetted products only. Every one of our product recs goes through a thorough vetting process. We made sure each smart mirror was made by a company known for high quality products — and not known for shady business practices. Every mirror on this list passed the vetting process.

Pricing guide

  • $ = under $1,200
  • $$ = $1,200–$2,500
  • $$$ = over $2,500

Let’s start with the chart (keep scrolling for the deets).

Best overall workout mirror


  • Price: $$$
  • Mirror size: 21.5″ x 51″
  • Mirror type: wall-mounted
  • Equipment included: option to add on accessory bundle with Smart handles, Smart bar, Smart rope, bench, roller, and workout mat
  • App connectivity and pricing: Tonal, $49/month

The Tonal is a smart gym that has the same vibes as a cable press machine — but it uses digital weight to add resistance to the upper body, lower body, and core exercises (no dumbbells, kettlebells, or weight plates necessary).

We think it’s the best overall option because it offers legit variety and can challenge newbies and advanced athletes alike. It’s also equipped with 17 sensors to help correct your form and track your progress to customize workouts for your strength and skill level.

You can add on accessories like handles, a bar, and a bench to open the door to even more exercises like back squats, lat pulldowns, and Bulgarian split squats.

With the Tonal app — which is required for the first year after purchase — you’ll get a growing library of live and on-demand strength, yoga, cardio, and HIIT classes.

Reviewers are in love with this thing. Some say it makes more noise than they expected and def costs a pretty penny, but most say it’s def worth the investment.


  • 200 lbs. of digital weight resistance for lower body, upper body, and core exercises
  • optional accessories to add more variety
  • sensors detect and suggest corrections for form
  • live and on-demand classes
  • 30-day home trial with free returns
  • 3-year limited warranty


  • expensive
  • monthly membership required
  • not a true “mirror”
  • have to pay for shipping

Best workout mirror for dumbbell workouts

NordicTrack Vault Complete

  • Price: $$$
  • Mirror size: 22.5″ x 61.5″
  • Mirror type: freestanding
  • Equipment included: exercise mat, 2 yoga blocks, 3 mini resistance bands, 3 full-size resistance bands, a dumbbell set, 2 kettlebells, storage shelves, microfiber cleaning towel
  • App connectivity and pricing: 30-day iFIT family membership included ($396/year for family plan or $180/year for individual plan after that)

The NordicTrack Vault is literally a vault. The freestanding full-length mirror slides to reveal a handy storage vault for its many accessories. The Complete package comes with a suite of high quality dumbbells and kettlebells that make this workout mirror an A+ choice for dumbbell workouts.

The mirror rotates 360 degrees (and hides a smart HD touch screen!) so you can place it however you’d like. Speakers, Wi-Fi connectivity, and Bluetooth capability are all built into the carbon steel frame.

The Vault uses iFIT, NordicTrack’s virtual personal training program. At the moment, there are a bunch of Vault-specific workouts to choose from — including HIIT, yoga, Pilates, and strength training classes — but your membership also gives you access to iFit’s library of cycling, running, and walking classes.

The Vault Complete is still kinda new, so there aren’t many reviews yet. The Better Business Bureau reveals that most customer issues have to do with delivery delays and shipping-damaged goods. The good news is that undamaged products are high quality — and NordicTrack seems to address issues in good time.

We also tested the Vault firsthand and can confirm it makes for an amazing workout. We love the built-in storage and the super high quality accessories. Just keep in mind that this thing is kind of giant, so you’ll need to make a lot of space for it.


  • includes built-in storage for accessories
  • access iFit’s wide variety of Vault and non-Vault classes
  • live and on-demand classes
  • mirror touchscreen makes it easy to monitor your own form
  • free threshold delivery
  • 10-year warranty on frame, 2-year warranty on parts, 1-year warranty on labor
  • 30-day trial period


  • takes up a lot of space
  • expensive
  • no form correction
  • have to pay to return ($250)

Best compact workout mirror

Echelon Reflect

  • Price: $
  • Mirror size: 20″ x 40″
  • Mirror type: wall-mounted
  • Equipment included: N/A
  • App connectivity and pricing: Echelon FitPass, $34.99/month or $399.99/year

This isn’t a full-length or touch-screen fitness mirror like some others on this list, but it’s pretty dang compact and mounts flush onto the wall, so it’s a great space-saver.

So, what *can* you do with the Echelon Reflect? Through the Echelon FitPass app, you can stream a variety of live and on-demand classes. Workouts include everything from core and strength training to meditation, yoga, and kickboxing.

Reviewers say the smart mirror itself is stellar for space-saving fitness but the app leaves something to be desired. Some users report connectivity issues with both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.


  • compact and saves space
  • relatively inexpensive
  • live and on-demand classes
  • free shipping
  • 30-day trial period with free returns


  • not a true “mirror”
  • no form correction
  • only comes with 1-year limited warranty on parts and labor (extra $$ for extended warranty)

Best workout mirror for renters

ProForm Vue

  • Price: $
  • Mirror size: 24″ x 60″
  • Mirror type: freestanding
  • Equipment included: weight bar, 2 dumbbell bars, 4 weight plates
  • App connectivity and pricing: iFit, free family plan for 1 month ($396/year for family plan or $180/year for individual plan after that)

Renting? You’re probably not interested in a wall-mounted workout mirror. This gorgeous freestanding mirror from ProForm can serve double duty in your home as a dressing mirror and as a feature-packed workout mirror. It also pivots and has a space on the back of the mirror for storing accessories. #Winning

The ProForm Vue records your progress to customize workout suggestions. The Vue offers streaming from a vast collection of on-demand (not live) iFIT workouts. Choose from Pilates, yoga, stretching recovery, and more.

Reviews are still pretty limited, but most folks comment on the fun, action-packed workouts and stellar iFIT instructors.


  • relatively inexpensive
  • includes built-in storage for accessories
  • access iFit’s wide variety of classes
  • mirror touchscreen makes it easy to monitor your own form
  • free shipping
  • 2-year warranty on frame, 1-year warranty on parts, 1-year warranty on labor
  • 30-day money-back guarantee


  • have to pay to return
  • no form correction

Best workout mirror for bodyweight workouts


  • Price: $$
  • Mirror size: 22.5″ x 56″
  • Mirror type: wall-mounted or freestanding
  • Equipment included: option to buy packages with MIRROR and Lululemon fitness gear (heart rate monitor, weights, fitness bands, workout mat, yoga blocks, foam roller, workout towel)
  • App connectivity and pricing: Mirror All-Access, $39/mo

This chic smart mirror doubles as an actual mirror when you’re not exercising. Mirror offers your standard selection of classes like yoga and strength training, plus things like Latin dance, boxing, and Family Fun. You can also buy 1-on-1 training sessions through your Mirror. Just keep in mind that most workouts are bodyweight-only.

Additionally, Mirror gamifies your fitness by allowing you to join competitive classes and earn points for hitting your target heart rate zone and facing off against other Mirror users. We love the way the live classes light up the pleasure centers in your brain, making Mirror workouts extra fun.

Reviewers say this smart fitness mirror is a great investment for multiple users because of its class variety. If you’re super into competitive fitness but your partner loves meditation or signing up for 1-on-1 training, this one’s for you. But if you’re lookin’ for heavier-hitting strength training, keep shopping.


  • large library of live and on-demand classes
  • access to one-on-one training sessions
  • rep-counting and weight recommendations
  • can add on accessories (including Lululemon-branded accessories)
  • mirror touchscreen makes it easy to monitor your own form
  • free shipping
  • 30-day home trial with free returns


  • only comes with a 1-year warranty, need to pay for extended warranty
  • no form correction
  • not great for muscle gain goals

Best workout mirror for weightlifting

Tempo Studio Pro

  • Price: $$$
  • Mirror size: 26″ x 72″
  • Mirror type: freestanding
  • Equipment included: 20 weight plates, workout mat, 2 dumbbells, 1 barbell, heart rate monitor, recovery roller, folding bench, kettlebell system, folding squat rack, weight plate storage
  • App connectivity and pricing: Tempo, $39/month

Want to buy a whole, fully-equipped home gym in one go? Then the Tempo Studio Pro is IT. In addition to the fitness display (this one’s not *really* a mirror), it comes with all the accessories you need to outfit a home gym for weightlifting.

The Tempo’s easel-like display has super-sensitive 3D sensors that provide instant feedback on your form and progress. Tracking your form and sweet, sweet gains is the Tempo claim to fame. The Tempo Studio Pro Package unlocks alllll cardio, mobility, and strength classes so that you can improve your fitness in several areas each month.

Reviewers love Tempo’s real-time form recommendations and leaderboards in the live classes. Most folks only thumbs-down the price and wait time after purchase. Otherwise, it’s happy customers all the way down.

Pro tip: For fewer accessories and a less eye-popping price, you can buy the Tempo Studio Starter or the Tempo Studio Plus.


  • great for strength training
  • sensors detect and suggest corrections for form
  • live and on-demand classes
  • includes built-in storage for accessories
  • 1-year warranty on labor, installation, display, bench, squat rack, weight plate holder, kettlebell, and heart rate monitor; 3-year warranty on cabinet, barbells, collars, and weights
  • 30-day trial period


  • expensive
  • not a true “mirror”
  • have to pay for shipping and returns

Best workout mirror for barre workouts

FORME Studio

  • Price: $$
  • Mirror size: 26.3″ x 68″
  • Mirror type: wall-mounted
  • Equipment included: yoga mat, heart rate monitor; optional weights, barre, and resistance accessories
  • App connectivity and pricing: Forme Multi-use Membership, $39/month

People who love barre know that at-home barre workouts can be a little bit of a drag if you don’t have an actual barre. Sure, you can manage without one for a while, but if you’re planning on doing barre forever, it’s worth investing in the proper equipment.

The FORME Studio is our pick for barre workouts because you can add on a wall-mounted barre to take your at-home classes up a notch. The barre mounts around the mirror, which basically turns the FORME Studio into a legit barre studio in the comfort of your own home.

And you’re not limited to just barre, either. You can choose from all kinds of other classes — like yoga, dance cardio, meditation, Pilates, and strength training.

This one’s pretty pricey, but the brand offers free shipping and returns within 30 days, so you can return it if you’re not loving it.


  • can add on unique accessories for barre workouts
  • access to one-on-one training sessions
  • live and on-demand classes
  • free shipping and white glove delivery
  • 30-day home trial with free returns


  • no form correction
  • only 1-year limited warranty, need to pay extra for extended warranty

PriceDimensions (inches)MountIncluded accessoriesForm correctionApp priceShippingReturns
Tonal$2,99521.5 x 51wall-mountedoptional handles, bar, rope, bench, roller, and workout matyes$49/mo.$295 with professional installationfree
NordicTrack Vault Complete$1,99922.5 x 61.5freestandingexercise mat, yoga blocks, resistance bands, dumbbell set, kettlebellsno$180/yearfree threshold delivery, $199 for room of choice and assembly$250
Echelon Reflect $1,19920 x 40wall-mountedN/Ano$34.99/mo.freefree
ProForm Vue$99924 x 60freestandingweight bar, 2 dumbbell bars, 4 weight platesno$180/yearfree$250 plus a 10% restocking fee
Mirror$1,49522.5 x 56wall-mounted or freestandingoption to add heart rate monitor, weights, fitness bands, workout mat, yoga blocks, foam roller, workout towelno$39/mo.freefree
Tempo Studio Pro$3,99526 x 72freestandingweight plates, workout mat, dumbbells, barbell, heart rate monitor, foam roller, bench, kettlebells, folding squat rack, weight plate storageyes$39/mo.$150 ($250 for white glove delivery)$250– $350
FORME Studio$2,49526.3 x 68wall-mountedyoga mat, heart rate monitor; optional weights, barre, and resistance accessoriesno$39/mo.free (with white glove delivery) free

There’s a lot to consider before spending your hard-earned cash on new workout equipment. Here are some questions to consider when shopping.

What’s your budget?

Not all smart mirrors are created equally — and the prices reflect that.

Not everyone has the budget for a Tempo Studio Pro or Tonal, and that’s OK. The Echelon Reflect is still a sleek, high-tech fitness mirror for home workouts.

Where do you plan to put it?

Even if the frames are similar in size, the depth and mounting style of these smart mirrors could eat into your home gym space.

It’s also important to consider aesthetics if you’re putting your smart mirror in a main living space. Do you want the sophisticated mirror look of the Vault Complete or ProForm Vue? Or do you crave the beefy gym-like look of a Tonal?

What are your fitness goals?

If you’re simply looking for pre-programmed workouts integrated into a mirror, all of these options will work for you.

But if you need the motivation of live classes, you should look closely at the Tempo Studio Pro or Mirror.

Likewise, consider whether your goals are primarily strength-based, cardio, or weight loss. Scroll through the available workouts to make sure you pick a workout mirror that mirrors (heh heh) your goals.

What kinds of workouts do you like?

What kind of movement do you enjoy? Every smart fitness mirror is linked to a different workout library. Your on-demand class options are just as important a consideration as the equipment itself.

Are fitness mirrors worth it?

It depends on your goals and preferences.

If you prefer at-home workouts, but need a little guidance and motivation, a workout mirror can be an incredible tool. They’re also a great tool for people that want to be able to do a lot of different types of workouts in a smaller space.

They’re usually not super useful for people that prefer gym workouts, want to lift a lot of weight, or prefer in-person group classes.

Another thing to consider: Fitness mirrors are pretty pricey, so if you’re not absolutely positive that you’d actually use it, consider getting a mirror from a company that offers a trial period *and* free returns.

How do you install a smart fitness mirror?

That depends on the brand. Some smart mirrors need to be professionally mounted to the wall or floor.

Others, like the NordicTrack Vault, are freestanding and can be placed anywhere in the room.

Do you need an app subscription to use a smart mirror?


Each smart mirror is designed to be paired with the brand’s fitness app. Since you’re limited to live or on-demand workouts that are offered via the app, it’s important to check out the selection before purchasing a smart mirror.

Is there a camera on most smart workout mirrors?

Most smart fitness mirrors have a front-facing camera that is activated only during workout sessions. Some even come with privacy covers or an on/off switch. The cameras and sensors are built into the mirror to offer real-time posture correction recommendations and help instructors give personalized feedback.

However, not *every* smart mirror has a camera. If you’re not a fan of inviting a video camera into your personal space, that could be a good thing. But if you want the kind of custom feedback and form correction that you’d get from an in-person training session, the camera is a huge part of making that happen.

Fitness mirrors are super-advanced workout tech that allow you to see your reflection while following the moves on-screen, improving your form. Many are also equipped with sensors that track your progress and auto-adjust weight, resistance, and workouts based on the data they receive.

With one of these babies, you’re gonna love your re*flex*ion.