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Chances are, if you're a fitness fanatic, you've probably heard of The Mirror—Lululemon's at-home workout device that has taken everyday exercise to an entirely new level. Utilizing impressive technology that allows its users to follow along in its reflected surface with studio-quality workout classes, the main flaw with this high-end device is its lofty cost of nearly $1,500. Right now, however, the brand is offering its steepest discount ever—and you definitely won't want to miss it.
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From now until Sunday, May 9, you can use coupon code MOTHERSDAY150 to receive $150 off The Mirror, dropping the cost from $1,495 to $1,345. You'll also receive free shipping and installation, saving you another $250. (Note that you'll also have to pay for the subscription service, which comes out to $39 a month.) If you're still wondering if whether or not this purchase is worth it, never fear—we, of course, took The Mirror out for a spin, and hailed its easy-to-use functionality and fun workout classes.
We initially noted that set-up was a breeze thanks to the helpful delivery folks who assisted with connecting The Mirror to WiFi and showing Reviewed Commerce Editor Courtney Campbell how to use the app. Outside of the brief tutorial she received, Courtney found that accompanying app to be super easy to use and, based on her answers to a few basic questions, recommended a few workout classes to get her started. She also liked that The Mirror comes with both a floor stand and a wall mount, along with a heart rate monitor, a set of resistance bands and a care kit to ensure it maintains its reflective shine.
At any given time, there are thousands of prerecorded workout classes to select as well as 50 live courses each week, each ranging from 15 to 60 minutes long. The mirror itself reflects your stats, such as calories burned and your heart rate, and Courtney described the classes as "fun and challenging," noting that, after trying a 45-minute strength and cardio class one day, she was so sore that she had trouble sitting down the next day.
Although the price tag is still more than $1,000, Courtney pointed out that its cost may be comparable to other at-home workout devices or digital at-home gyms. She described The Mirror as being an effective long-term investment, especially since you receive the convenience of being able to access a plethora of classes at the touch of your fingers.
Since the sale is live for the next few weeks, you'll have some time to decide on your purchase. However, it is the best markdown the company has ever offered, so you won't want to miss out if you've been eyeing this too-cool piece of workout tech!
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This article originally appeared on Reviewed: The Mirror: Get a great deal on Lululemon's at-home workout device