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  • What is Fiture?

  • How much does Fiture cost?

  • How we tested Fiture

  • What we like about Fiture

  • What we don’t like about Fiture

  • What other people are saying about Fiture

  • What is the return policy and warranty for Fiture?

  • Is Fiture worth it?

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Pros

  • Helpful smart feedback

  • Good class variety

  • Sleek design

Cons

  • Instructor quality varies

  • Can’t take app-based classes on the go

Fiture’s smart feedback features make it easy to make corrections and work towards top-notch form.

What is Fiture?

A woman taking a yoga class with the Fiture workout mirror.
Credit: Reviewed / Tim Renzi

Fiture's smart features like form feedback and rep tracking make it a great option for anyone looking to workshop their form at home.

Like The Mirror, the device that started the craze, the $1,500 Fiture is a smart workout mirror that allows you to stream exercise classes on its hidden screen while checking your reflection in its mirrored surface. For a monthly fee, Fiture offers unlimited access to hundreds of prerecorded classes in its fitness library, including HIIT, strength, barre, boxing, and more (but no live classes, as of publication time). The Fiture itself is not a touchscreen, like many other connected workout mirrors. Instead, to queue up workouts to the Fiture’s display, you scroll through the options from a companion app via your smartphone, where you can filter classes, change class settings, and start, pause, and end your workout.

Similar to another popular workout mirror, the Tempo Studio, Fiture offers additional helpful features on some workouts, such as rep tracking and form feedback using its “motion engine,” a combination of cameras and artificial intelligence (AI) that recognizes your movement patterns and detects when you don’t align with the “correct” motion.

At 68 inches tall and 23 inches wide, Fiture is about the same size as any ordinary full-length mirror, although it’s thicker, measuring 1.6 inches deep. The mirror itself sits in a slim frame on top of a discreet stand which allows you to lean it against your wall, no installation required, though Fiture includes the hardware to secure it if you wish. The frame/stand combo comes in five colors—black, teal, blue, gray, and rose gold—giving you the option to add a pop of color to your decor with your Fiture or make it blend in with your living area.

How much does Fiture cost?

A woman selecting a Fiture workout class on her phone.
Credit: Reviewed / Tim Renzi

Fiture's AI-powered motion engine may make it worth the investment.

In addition to the monthly membership fee of $39, Fiture’s purchase price of $1,495 includes the mirror, a camera cover, cleaning cloth, and a kit to anchor the mirror to the wall, should you not want to lean it—a great precaution to take if you have pets or children who might knock it over. Fiture includes shipping and installation for free. It doesn’t include any weights or other workout equipment—if you opt to take any of Fiture’s classes that require it (as indicated when you make your selection in the app), you’ll have to BYO.

Fiture costs the same as The Mirror, which is on the lower end compared to some other workout mirrors we tested that cost upwards of $2,000 or $3,000. Fiture also allows you to create six profiles on one account, which is standard amongst comparable products.

How we tested Fiture

Before we started testing workout mirrors, we devised a list of qualities we were looking for in such a device including workout variety, helpful instructors, and machine quality. We then had Fiture delivered to our office, where I took multiple sessions on the device, including strength, HIIT, yoga, and stretching, with most ranging from 10 to 30 minutes. I then scored the Fiture mirror against its competitors to see how it stacked up.

What we like about Fiture

A woman taking a yoga class with the Fiture workout mirror.
Credit: Reviewed / Tim Renzi

Fiture makes it easy to apply corrections during your workout.

Its smart features make correcting form easy

A great workout mirror offers something besides streaming instruction to make it worth its hefty price tag. Fiture’s motion engine provides rep counting and AI-powered form feedback, two helpful features that made Fiture stand out from most other workout mirrors I’ve tested that don’t come equipped with that feature.

The automatic rep tracking makes it easy to focus on form and try to improve from the previous set. Feedback was quick and detailed, and included on-screen written suggestions on how to improve, along with graphics to help visualize corrections. I decided to test the motion engine’s accuracy during one session by not squatting as low as recommended, and Fiture immediately picked up on my form, advised me to squat lower, and included a graphic depicting what bend in the knee I should aim for. Once I made these adjustments I was given a “good job!” cue to confirm my form was up to snuff.

It offers a variety of class types

Fiture offers something for everyone. With HIIT, strength, barre, boxing, yoga, pilates, cardio sculpt, stretching, and meditation instruction available, you’re sure to find more than one fitness modality that suits your fancy. Fiture also offers intriguing programs such as “discover your strength” and “low impact sculpt” that challenge you to complete multiple workouts every week that work towards a specific fitness goal, such as building strength or increasing flexibility.

And if for some reason you can’t find a workout that sounds interesting or challenging enough to press start, you can create your own. Just like our best upgrade workout mirror, Tonal, you can personalize your own HIIT or strength class by selecting from more than 150 exercises, ordering them however you like, and choosing how many reps you would like to complete, or the duration you’d like to perform each movement. As someone who works out almost every day, I loved breathing new life into my fitness routine with Fiture and working to improve at all my favorite exercises.

Its sleek design makes it look like decor

Fiture is by far one of the prettiest workout mirrors I’ve tested. Its minimalist frame and stand helps it blend into any space, and the color options make it look less like workout equipment and more like an intentional addition to your home decor. If aesthetics is important to you, it's hard to beat Fiture.

What we don’t like about Fiture

A close up photo of the power button on the side of the Fiture workout mirror.
Credit: Reviewed / Tim Renzi

Not all of Fiture's classes are equally as informative or fun.

The instructor quality and class length don’t measure up

Though the smart feedback is helpful, it can be easy to become overly reliant on it, particularly because the quality of Fiture’s instructors varies. Some gave detailed directions that helped me avoid common mistakes, and had a fun, upbeat attitude that made the time fly by. However, some instructors were just average. They explained what movements to perform but weren’t specific enough with their directions and were ultimately unmemorable.

In addition, most classes range from 10 to 30 minutes long, with very few coming in at 45 minutes at most. While most people may be satisfied with shorter sessions, this leaves the harder core fitness fans—as well as the leisurely yogis—out of luck.

Classes only stream to the Fiture itself

For $39 a month, I think you should be able to view Fiture’s workouts on the companion app at any time. Unfortunately, that’s not the case; you can only take classes when your phone is Bluetooth-connected to the mirror. Though it’s likely you’ll want to connect to the device whenever you have time to fit a workout into your day, you won’t be able to stream Fiture’s classes on your phone or tablet if you’re on vacation or exercising outside your house, which could be a dealbreaker for some.

The “motion engine” is limited

Though helpful when available, Fiture’s “motion engine” isn’t used in all classes. It’s featured in most strength and HIIT classes, where traditional exercises like squats, pushups, lunges, and bicep curls are used on repeat. But if you prefer yoga, pilates, or boxing classes and are looking for smart form feedback or rep tracking, you won’t get that with Fiture.

What other people are saying about Fiture

Reviewers say they enjoy Fiture’s classes and the number of class options available with their membership. However, some published reviews agree with my findings that some of Fiture’s classes leave something to be desired.

“The Fiture classes are challenging without being intimidating,” says one satisfied customer. “I definitely feel like I’m making great use of my time! I love the accomplished feeling that the AI classes provide. There is a great variety of modalities so it’s easy to mix up my workouts! 10/10 recommend!”

Another wished for less feedback. “I was at first skeptical, wondering the difference it would make versus watching YouTube channels: Form feedback is a plus, but better if it doesn't pop up so often,” says one customer, who was ultimately won over by Fiture’s sleek design and high-caliber instructor motivation. “The app design is sleek and intuitive. In general, the product is much better than I expected and I look forward to more interesting functions in the future."

What is the return policy and warranty for Fiture?

Fiture has a 30-day return policy which refunds the cost of the device, your membership, and the shipping fees if you request a return. Fiture also offers a one-year warranty for the screen, frame, hardware, and labor, on par with other workout mirrors we tested.

Is Fiture worth it?

A woman in cobra pose in front of the Fiture workout mirror.
Credit: Reviewed / Tim Renzi

If you're looking for feedback on your home workouts, Fiture will make a great addition to your home gym.

Maybe, if the combo of form feedback and stylish looks appeal

Fiture’s rep counting and form feedback make it easy to improve at home and get more out of your HIIT and strength sessions. Thanks to the variety of classes, you’re sure to find plenty of workouts you’ll enjoy. I particularly appreciated being able to create my own workout, which could be helpful for anyone who already has specific fitness or cross-training goals.

The Fiture also looks great and comes in several decor options, so if those appeal to you, even the stylish Mirror, which has only one finish, can’t compete. And while the same-priced Mirror doesn’t offer AI tracking on any workouts, you can pay for one-on-one training sessions and have your form corrected by an actual human. Plus, Mirror offers live classes and its companion app lets you stream workouts on a phone or tablet to take your classes on the go, neither of which Fiture offers.

And while the form feedback works well, not all Fiture’s workouts offer it, nor were the instructors equally informative—some felt downright lackluster. For the absolute best in similar form feedback, motivating instructions, and a kit of basic workout gear, you may want to ante up for our Best Overall workout mirror, the $2,500 Tempo Studio.

Ultimately, though, if you enjoy exercising at home and are looking for ways to improve, Fiture offers a solid offering at a reasonable price as compared to the competition.

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Esther Bell

Esther Bell

Staff Writer, Health and Fitness

Esther is a writer at Reviewed covering all things health and fitness.

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