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Best Fitbit deals: Nearly every fitness tracker model is on sale


Ready to start tracking your health? Whether you’re just starting a fitness journey or you’re years into it, tracking specific data about your heart rate and burned calories is a great way to improve your fitness routine. Fitbit is the leading manufacturer of smartwatches designed specifically for monitoring your health. Most models are relatively cheap, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t shop for some smartwatch deals. We’ve collected the best Fitbit deals we could find from around the internet. We found deals on the the Inspire, Ace, Charge, Versa and Sense models. Check them out below.

Fitbit Inspire 2 — $59, was $83

The Fitbit Inspire 2 fitness tracker in black.
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If you just want a simple health tracker, the Inspire 2 is your best bet. It’s super cheap because it has relatively few special features. But the features it does have work great. It’s main use is a 24/7 health tracker. It has a battery life of 10 days, so you can wear it all the time, even while you sleep, and not worry about running out of battery. It tracks your heart rate constantly, so you can get a solid idea of what your resting heart rate is. When it’s time to be active, it switches to Active Zone Minutes, so you can see how many minutes per day, week and month you are actively exercising. You can get fancy exercise and meal plans if you subscribe to Fitbit Premium. You can test out the subscription for one full year for free.

Fitbit Ace 3 — $60, was $80

Fitbit Ace 3 smartwatch with a yellow band and a minion character on the face.
Fitbit

Want to keep your kids active? One way to get them excited about playing outside and working up a sweat is by “gamifying” exercise. If they can watch the number go up on their distance walked, calories burned and steps taken, it might be easier to drag them away from their video games. In comes the Ace 3, a smartwatch designed specifically to track kids’ health. This discount only applies to the Minions version, which comes with a little digital minion on the face that changes as kids get more active. The Ace 3 is water resistant and the silicone band keeps them from bumping it around.

Fitbit Charge 5 — $120, was $150

Move reminder on a Fitbit Charge 5.
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The Fitbit Charge 5 is a step up from the Ace and Inspire. It tracks a lot more health metrics, and it has a GPS. It tracks your heart rate, sending you notifications if your heart rate is too high or too low. It has an electrodermal response tracker, or EDA, which can help you track and manage your stress levels throughout the day. It can even detect atrial fibrillation if you pair the watch with an ECG app. The Charge 5 collates all of these difference health metrics into a Daily Readiness Score, which will let you know if it’s time to do some heavy exercise or if your body needs a break.

Fitbit Versa 2 — $120, was $150

Fitbit Versa 2 on a white background.
Fitbit

The Fitbit Versa 2 is a full smartwatch. It can do a lot more than just track your health. While that is probably the reason you’re interested in a Fitbit over, say, Apple Watch deals, sometimes you need your smartwatch to be a little, well, smarter. This version of the smart watch has the usual heart rate monitor, although you’ll need to get Fitbit Premium if you want to unlock all the health tracking options. The Versa 2 also has Alexa built in, so you can start workouts by just talking to her. It also has the ability to stream music and pay at cash registers with a tap.

Fitbit Sense 2 — $230, was $300

The Fitbit Sense 2 watch face.
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The Fitbit Sense 2 is our favorite Fitbit model. It has a higher quality build than the other Fitbit models, with a nicer, more responsive display. Its rugged build makes it ideal for outdoor adventurers who may have been considering a smartwatch like the Apple Watch Ultra or Garmin Watch deals. It has the usual heart tracker and EDA, which can help you detect extreme or irregular heart beats and track your stress levels, respectively. You can use it to call someone, change the music, or pay your tab all from your wrist. It has a GPS, so you can use it to track your running or hiking routes. Overall it’s the most comprehensive smartwatch and health tracker on this list.

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