$175 will get you the Microsoft Band 2 from the Microsoft Store and Best Buy

$175 will get you the Microsoft Band 2 from the Microsoft Store and Best Buy
Microsoft's fitness tracking wearable, the Microsoft Band 2, is now on sale at Best Buy and the Microsoft Store for $174.99. That will be the price for the device until March 26th, when pricing returns to $249.99. The Microsoft Band 2 can be paired with an Android, iOS and Windows Phone handset. Those using the latter option will be able to take advantage of integration with Microsoft's virtual personal assistant Cortana.

The Microsoft Band 2 offers many of the same features available on other fitness trackers. You can receive notifications for calls, emails, texts and calendar reminders. Track your performance while exercising on a bike, running, playing golf and more. The Microsoft Band 2 will also count how many calories you've burned while exercising, and can track the quality of your sleep. And yes, the device does monitor your heart rate.

The Microsoft Band 2 is available in three sizes. Small fits a wrist sized 5.7 inches to 6.5 inches, Medium covers those with a wrist size in between 6.3 inches and 7.5-inches. And the Large size is for those whose wrists measure 7.3 inches to 8.5 inches.

If you've been waiting for a sale to pick up the Microsoft Band 2 at a great price, your moment is now here. At the risk of repeating ourselves, you have until March 26th to save $75 on the purchase of the Microsoft Band 2 from the Microsoft Store and Best Buy.

source: MicrosoftStore, BestBuy via WMPoweruser


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