A startup company has come up with what may seem like a revolutionary idea in health and fitness. The demand for new health and fitness gadgets is always on the rise. However the device which Mirror, the startup company is set to launch might just be game changer.
Mirror wants people to get the best fitness class form the comfort of their homes. Mirror is debuting an at-home device that looks like a mirror. The device will let the users you see the instructor and classmates for fitness routines like barre, yoga, boxing and Pilates. Additionally there also key metrics that measure your performance on screen. If what the makers are aiming at is successful, this device might just replace gyms from the map.
CEO Brynn Putnam who also used to be a professional dancer with the New York City Ballet said, It’s a “complete home gym in a sleek high-design item. It’s a truly personalized, amazing workout.”
Although the device is still far from launching right away, startup has raised funding to the tune of $13 million. Spark Capital is leading the round, with participation from Lerer Hippeau Ventures, First Round Capital, BoxGroup and others.
however the company has yet to share what the pricing will be for at home fitness device. Indeed the device looks promising, However the pricing might make or break its success.
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