MaxiClimber Reviews: Why We Like It


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MaxiClimber is a vertical climbing machine which provides a full-body workout in a small space.

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Claims & Features

  • Burns calories and strengthens muscles
  • Increases endurance
  • Imitates body’s natural movement of climbing
  • Burns more calories per hour than bikes or treadmills
  • Works all major muscle groups
  • Easy to assemble and store
  • No stress to joints
  • Uses body weight as resistance
  • For beginners to athletes
  • Maximum user weight: 240 pounds
  • 84 inches tall by 36 inches wide by 24 inches deep

Cost & Availability

You can purchase MaxiClimber from the official website for about $280 after a free trial period of 30 days for $19.95. You can also find it in the sporting goods section of stores such as KMart or Sears for about $200-$230.

MaxiClimber Commercial

The TV commercial below has been airing as of mid-2015. Although it appears that MaxiClimber has been advertising since at least late 2013, it appears to be engaged in a marketing push in mid-2015.


Climb your way to a better, firmer, healthier you, with MaxiClimber, the total body workout that can help you sculpt lean, sexy legs, rock-hard abs, and toned triceps and biceps.

MaxiClimber combines a calorie-burning cardio workout with muscle toning, helping you lose weight while you sculpt and tone.

“It’s a great cardio workout that really works, because you feel the burn. MaxiClimber shaped my life into a healthier beautiful me.”

“You really get a mindset, ‘Oh I’m 63, I can’t lose weight.’ It’s not so. MaxiClimber’s a really good machine.”

Every step you take brings you one step closer to the body you’ve dreamed of. Try the MaxiClimber system for just $49.95 through this 100% risk free trial offer. Try it in your home for 30 days. If it’s not the best machine you’ve ever used, just return it for a full refund. We’ll even refund the shipping and handling. It’s MaxiClimber, the fitness breakthrough, so call or visit now.

MaxiClimber Reviews

As Seen on TV exercise equipment is not always met with the most positive response, often labeled as cheap or over-hyped. With MaxiClimber, however, we found most of the claims in the advertising to be genuine and backed by our experience in using the product. The product delivers a solid workout, and takes up a small amount of space, unlike bikes and other gym equipment. We give it props for easy assembly and a price point below many other steppers that can cost into the thousands. Customer satisfaction runs high, with a 4.5-star rating at Amazon, although its B rating from the BBB in mid-2015 fell to an F Rating by January 2016 (and the listing has been completely removed by December 2016). The rating is due to MaxiClimber’s failure to respond to complaints filed against the business.

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Our only complaint is that the machine tends to feel a bit wobbly on carpeted floors, and in fact their FAQ states that it does need to be used on a hard surface.

Reviews culled from various online sources show an overall consumer satisfaction level of 4+ stars. As of January 2016, MaxiClimber ranks at 4 stars at Walmart with a 93% rating, 4.5 stars at Sears, 4 stars at QVC, and 3.5 stars at Dick’s Sporting Goods.

Similar Products

While there are a wealth of steppers available, there are not as many which sport the same design as MaxiClimber. Perhaps the closest is the Conquer Vertical Climber Fitness Climbing Machine, which holds a 4-star rating on Amazon and can be found for as low as $130.

Epic Conclusion

We found MaxiClimber to be a rare As Seen on TV exercise product which lives up to the hype, providing a solid workout at a reasonable price. Consumer reviews on various websites appear to agree with our mostly-positive assessment.

If you’ve used MaxiClimber, please give it a star rating and comment below.

This review has been updated since its original publication in June 2015.