As of 2015, the average cost of the Versa Climber ranges from $2,000 for the Consumer model to $4,700 for the Sport and $5,300 for the most expensive Sport Rehab model. The Consumer model is the most cost effective unit for home use.
The Versa climber is designed so that a user can step, climb, walk, run or jog vertically against gravity. It features fixed resistance, operates without noise, and has steel and aluminum construction. The Consumer model comes with a three-year limited warranty with one year for parts and labor.
The most expensive Versa Sport Rehab model provides three phases of rehab, features voice guidance and a feedback display, and is fully adjustable to fit the height, weight and length of each patient or athlete. The machine uses orthopedic travel stops to limit the range of motion of an injured extremity or isolate one or both arms.