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Need some motivation to get in shape? We hear you—and we’ve got great news. Fitbit fitness trackers are on sale at Amazon!
Right now, you can save up to $60 on select models, including the Fitbit Charge 4, Fitbit Ionic Watch and more. Whether you’re a runner, walker, swimmer, or hiker, you’ll be able to easily keep an eye on your progress and vitals, like your sleep cycles and resting and active heart rates.
And if you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)
Meet Fitbit’s flagship fitness tracker—the Fitbit Charge 4. With a brilliant seven day battery life (yes, you read that right—seven whole days), this baby will track your progress while you workout or just go about your daily life. It’ll also clue you in to calories burned, your heart rate, and more. It’s water-resistant up to 50 meters (about 164 feet) too. The built-in GPS lets you see your pace and distance during runs, rides, and hikes.
Some Amazon shoppers say it’s even better than the Apple Watch. “Wow, I was debating between the Apple Watch 5 and this little thing, and chose this for the price and the simplicity,” wrote a five-star fan. “I definitely made the right decision! This is such an amazing device that does exactly what you want—steps, workout, calorie, sleep tracking, and none of the things you don't need (emails, text messages, etc). Best investment I made to myself during quarantine time! Love it!”
The Fitbit Ionic comes with built-in GPS so you can track your pace, distance, and routes. You’ll know exactly how many calories you’ve burned, steps you’ve taken, miles you’ve run, plus it’ll track your sleep activity and heart rate too. Sync it to your phone to send and receive text messages from the fitness tracker itself! At 60 bucks off right now, it’s a steal.
“This smartwatch actually reads heart rate accurately and [you don’t have to be] completely still while the device takes a reading,” shared a five-star reviewer. “I have had several other smartwatches in the past and not one of them could give me an accurate heart rate—this one does and that alone is impressive. Also unlike most smartwatches, this one can be easily read in the dark and in direct sunlight...”
Got a smart home? The Fitbit Versa 2 is for you. With Alexa built-in, you can see if it’s going to rain, get the news, set an alarm, plus control all your smart home devices with just your voice! Of course, the lightweight, streamlined gizmo will also track everything from your workouts to your sleep cycles.
“I absolutely love this watch,” raved a delighted five-star reviewer. “It has helped motivate me to start moving and keep moving. I love the reminders to drink my water...I love the sleek look and colors and that the face of the watch is big enough for me to see everything easily. Also the app is a breeze and everything syncs correctly when I need it. I also love that the watch doesn’t have to be charged daily. I can probably go four to five days without having to charge it again. This was an excellent buy and compatible with my iPhone 11.”
The Fitbit Versa Special Edition is like the standard Versa, only it has a few more bells and whistles—namely a built-in GPS to track your mileage and location during runs and rides and an NFC (near field communication) chip, so you can make payments (bottled water, anyone?) without lugging around an actual wallet.
You can even use it for a Starbucks run, like this one savvy Amazon shopper: “...It has the Starbucks app on the watch, so you can link your Starbucks card to it to pay for that much-needed caffeine...”
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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