Vault is the first smart mirror from NordicTrack. It comes with a full HD display cloaked by a 6-foot mirror and allows users to watch themselves exercise while following iFit workouts. The device also stores custom training accessories like yoga mats and blocks, weights, and resistance bands.
It may suit individuals who want to follow workout classes and engage in various coaching options, as well as those who wish to keep their fitness equipment organized. However, it does take up more space than the Tonal and is significantly more expensive.
The Vault works with iFit, which is a world class online fitness service that offers endless hours of workout classes. These workouts are delivered through the display built into the mirror and will turn any room in your house into a virtual gym.
The iFit display in the Vault is very clear and easy to navigate. A one year subscription is included with the Vault and can also be used on other NordicTrack equipment, such as their treadmills.
The Vault is available as a stand alone option (Vault Standalone) or as a complete package with dumbbells, kettlebells and resistance bands (Vault Complete). It is heavy (258 lbs) and does not mount to the wall, so it should be set up where you intend to use it.
Nordictrack’s Vault is the latest in smart mirror technology, with a full HD touchscreen cloaked by a reflective surface. It enables you to watch yourself follow trainer-led workouts on the iFit platform.
It stores a variety of workout accessories inside, and has built-in shelving that holds dumbbells and kettlebells. It also has a 32-inch touch screen that enables you to navigate iFit’s library of classes.
You can purchase the Vault Complete for $2,999 or get a stand-alone option without equipment and store your own gear. You can choose from a number of different workout programs that suit all fitness levels. The Vault is a good choice if you enjoy taking trainer-led classes. However, it does not have AI technology that monitors your form. This means that if you have bad form, you will need to self-correct yourself.
Unlike wall-mounted devices that require permanent installation, the Vault is freestanding and fits nicely in any room. Its bookshelf-sized cabinet is big enough to hold all the equipment that comes with it, but it also looks nice when not in use, with a sleek front and brushed metal finish.
The Vault uses iFit, which is a popular app that streams on-demand classes from a growing library of professional trainers. It also works with many popular fitness equipment, including treadmills, exercise bikes and rowers.
The NordicTrack Vault is available in a stand-alone model or as part of the Vault Complete package, which includes workout accessories like dumbbells and kettlebells. Its price tag is hefty, but it may be worth it for people who want an immersive training experience.
NordicTrack is a well established brand and you’re likely to have used their equipment in gyms. They are also known for their customer support. The Vault comes with a 1-year subscription to iFit, which gives users access to workouts on demand.
The cabinet is bookshelf sized and can fit in any space. It also includes hooks and shelving to store fitness accessories like kettlebells and dumbbells. It only requires a standard 120 volt, 15 amp outlet to boot up iFit and is freestanding unlike wall-mounted models from competitors.
One downside is that it doesn’t have AI technology to correct your form like the Tonal and Tempo. This may be a dealbreaker for some people who prefer a more personalized experience. However, the Vault still offers a good experience with its built-in 32-inch screen and closed captions.