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CLMBR Secures Additional Funding & Unveils New CLMBR 02 Machine

CLMBR Secures Additional Funding & Unveils New CLMBR 02 Machine

CLMBR 02 Machine
CLMBR’s latest vertical climbing machine is ready to take your workout to new heights

CLMBR, the creator of an innovative vertical climbing machine, says it is gearing up for a strong 2023 with the launch of its next-generation connected fitness machine, CLMBR 02.

CLMBR also secured a new round of funding and reports strong presale demand since announcing its latest generation fitness climbing machine.

“We congratulate CLMBR on a successful Series B in the midst of a challenging market backdrop,” said Clayton Freeman of ArrowMark. “We couldn’t be more excited to support the CLMBR team as they continue to work towards bringing a safer and more efficient workout option to the masses with the second generation CLMBR 02. With opportunities to serve both the commercial and consumer markets, combined with the right team on the field, the future looks bright.”

The funding will support CLMBR’s growth goals and be used for market expansion.

CLMBR 02 Machine
The CLMBR 02 Climbing Machine

The next-gen CLMBR 02, which costs $2,795 for a base model, offers a high–intensity cardio workout while strength–building 86% of muscles and has on-demand, instructor-led programming. It was also designed to have a small footprint, making it suitable for at-home workouts without taking up too much space. The latest model adds a higher resolution touchscreen, an increase in optional user resistance, and updated handle design.

CLMBR Vision, which will allow users to receive live, dynamic coaching/feedback while doing an off-machine workout, will be available in the coming year.

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CLMBR partnered with Matt Fraser, a five-time CrossFit Games Champion, this fall to offer a collection of six classes featuring Fraser.

The at-home climbing machine brand has caught the eye of Jay-Z, Pitbull, LeBron James, who signed on as investors, along with tennis star Novak Djokovic and YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley.

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