Have you been dreaming about the Lululemon MIRROR? Black Friday makes the pricey workout accessory a lot more accessible.
According to our Lululemon MIRROR review, fitness writer Rebecca Fontana prides the four-star smart mirror for its customization, prolific class offerings and sleek design. The downside? It's a pretty penny.
However, now that the holiday season is upon us, the brand is offering those in search of the perfect workout schedule a chance to snag the viral TikTok product for a discount—and a steep one at that.
Let's face it, you were likely shopping the Lululemon Black Friday sale anyway—one can never have too many leggings—so you might as well put that athleisure to good use!
Lululemon MIRROR Black Friday savings
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Lululemon MIRROR Black Friday Sale US
When visiting Lululemon studio, be sure to plug in the code "BLACKFRIDAY22" when checking out in order to save a whopping $750 on the product. (Not too shabby, huh?)
Lululemon MIRROR Was $1,495, now $745 (Save $750) | Mirror (Lululemon Studio) (opens in new tab)
This 56.0" by 22" smart mirror allows you to have hundreds of classes and interactive offerings at your fingertips (but it's app-controlled, so don't expect smudge marks on the mirror). The high-fidelity speaker system, five-megapixel front-facing camera and fitness trackers will help you achieve any goal you set your mind to.
Keep in mind, a monthly Lululemon Studio membership, which gives you access to unlimited fitness classes, is required and costs $39 per month. It is accessible on both iOS and Android. Monthly financing options starting at $16/mo with Affirm are available for qualifying customers.
Should you still feel on the fence about the purchase, note that there is a 30-day risk-free trial should it not be a fit. If you love it, know that you're covered under a year warranty, and have the option to sign up for an extended protection plan.
Lululemon MIRROR alternative
FITURE Smart Workout Mirror Home Gym in "Night" and "Sunlight": Was $1,495, now $1,195 (save $300) | Amazon (opens in new tab)
FITURE's Motion Engine technology provides access to a wide range of classes—Cardio Sculpt, Pilates, Barre, to name just a few—and real-time form feedback for your workout session. The dimensions of the 60-pound product are: 68 x 23 x 1.6 inches
Lululemon MIRROR Black Friday Sale UK
At this time, the Lululemon MIRROR is unfortunately not for sale in the UK, however, there is an alternative for those in search of a smart fitness mirror—and its sale rivals that of Lulu's.
Pro-Form Vue: Was £1,999, now £1,299 (Save £700) | Pro-Form (opens in new tab)
A smart fitness mirror with offerings such as HIIT training, Pilates, yoga, stretching and so forth. Sitting on a 24” x 60” Pivoting Reflective Surface, the mirror also includes a barbell, dumbell bars and weight plates.
Even if you're unable to get your hands on the Lulu MIRROR, rest assured there are plenty of other similar items that are ready to help you achieve your fitness goals.
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Classes on the Lululemon MIRROR
Alrighty, so you've snagged a MIRROR. Now what?
A personalized gym right from your living room, virtual live classes are archived daily and allow you to select plenty of different options. There's truly something for everyone with over 10,000 offerings at a variety of levels. Plus, over 50+ trainers are available to lend their expertise in Barre, yoga, meditation, kickboxing, Latin Dance or whatever workout your heart desires.
If you're wondering how to motivate yourself to work out, perhaps the nifty, fan-favorite MIRROR will give you a boost?
Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment.
The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos, new TV shows and relationship trends.
Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets.
When Danielle is not working, you can usually find her reading a book, coffee at hand, or attempting a new recipe. (Recommendations always welcome!)
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