Amazon offers the medium sized Microsoft Band 2 for just $99.99 (UPDATE)

Amazon offers the medium sized Microsoft Band 2 for just $99.99 (UPDATE)
The medium-sized Microsoft Band 2 has received a big price cut from Amazon. Normally tagged at $249.99, you can pick up the fitness tracker for just $99.99. That is a $150 or 60% discount. In addition, shipping is free. The medium size of the device fits wrists measuring between 6.3-inches and 7.5-inches. Amazon is also selling the small sized model for $150.03, with the large sized unit going for $174.99. 

UPDATE: Best Buy is not only matching Amazon's deal on the medium sized Microsoft Band 2, it is pricing all three sizes of the Microsoft Band 2 at $99.99.

The Microsoft Band 2 monitors the usual suspects such as your heart rate, calories expended, miles walked and the quality of your sleep. Back in May, Microsoft added new features for hikers and cyclists including a hydration warning, a rate of ascent measurement and notifications about the setting sun. The wearable can also track your route so that you can remember how you found that great trail the next time you're in the woods.

Your Microsoft Band 2 will also alert you to calls, texts, emails, calendar reminders and more. At $99.99, this is believed to be the lowest price for the wearable. Earlier this month, a long running promotion that the Microsoft Store was running came to an end. That sale had the device priced at $174.99.

The Microsoft Band will pair with iOS, Android and Windows Phone handsets, but Cortana will integrate with the Band 2 only when it is paired to a Windows powered phone. If you're interested in picking up the Microsoft Band 2 at a great price, click on the sourcelink.

source: Amazon. BestBuy via WindowsCentral (1), (2)


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