QAIO FLEX or MIRROR for Home gym?

What are your thoughts about this whole fitness mirror / home gym trend happening?

Are we really saving money because no more monthly gym memberships, parking fees, personal trainers, gas..etc?

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This trend of doing workouts at home has been existing for a while. But what stands out from these Smart Mirrors is that they are convenient and easy to use.

I have seen and researched for both of these mirrors and I think QAIO Flex is aesthetically appealing and has good display and functions and came from a company with good background in Smart TVs and Smart Mirrors. MIRROR on the other hand is from a well-known founder/individual with a background in fitness/ballet. In my opinion, as a person who likes to install my own app when it comes to fitness without feeling limited, I would choose QAIO Flex. Althoug MIRROR is really good, it is too expensive for me. I also love the mounting options for QAIO Flex. Both of them are trending and new and I think it still depends on the user. At the end of the day, the features, functions, and wholeness of the mirror is important.

As a person who hardly have any time to go to the gym, Smart Mirror is a really good fitness tech and I'm sure that this trend will be one of the biggest through the following months/years.

Post was last edited on October 16, 2018 12:31 AM PDT

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Convenient but Expensive

I can agree with the comment before me however not everyone can afford one, which makes it inaccessible for everyone so it's definitely a NO for me.

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