The new year is the perfect time to get serious about fitness goals, and Black Friday is the perfect time to snag your own fitness tracker or smartwatch at a discounted price. Between Apple and Fitbit, there are several watches to choose from based on your activity level and budget.
We rounded up some of the best-selling trackers that you can buy this week at savings up to $300 off. Read on to see what we found and order yours before prices increase.
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The Series 4 isn’t the latest Apple Watch but it has all the same basic components you’d like in a smartwatch. Features include electrical and optical heart sensors, low and high heart rate notifications and fall detection.
Shop it: $399 (was $699)
Track your workouts and receive detailed analysis of your performance with the running coach feature that gives you important insight in real time. The built-in sleep tracker provides great analysis on how to get a better night's sleep. It also monitors your stress level and helps you recenter with the Calm app, which is included in the watch.
Shop it: $250 (was $300)
This particular watch is manufactured with military-grade durability and water resistant material, so it can handle spills, splashes, unexpected rain and even swimming workouts.
Shop it: $270 (was $350)
One of the leading manufacturers of wearable fitness trackers, the Fitbit Inspire is a great device for novice exercisers. It also uses SmartTrack to automatically recognize workouts, such as walks, runs, swims, bike rides, and more, then records them for you in the Fitbit app.
Shop it: $50 (was $70)
If you want a great device just tracks fitness, consider the Fitbit Ionic. It provides diverse personal coaching, built-in GPS capability, heart rate monitoring and can hold a charge for up to four days.
Shop it: $200 (was $250)
With the Versa, you can make purchases with Fitbit Pay, download hundreds of apps and get notifications for calls, texts, calendar, and apps when your phone is nearby.
Shop it: $149 (was $200)
This watch is made with military-grade material so it can withstand even the toughest conditions. One terrific feature is a built-in 3 axis compass and barometric altimeter, plus multiple global navigation satellite systems helps track your whereabouts in more challenging environments than GPS alone.
Shop it: $200 (was $300)
The Forerunner is another great starter watch. It estimates the maximum volume of oxygen you can use during activity and the move bar with vibration alert pushes you to get active when you’ve been sitting too long.
Shop it: $150 (was $330)