Deal alert! Fitbit Charge massively discounted on Amazon, the Charge HR - not so much


Now, if getting fit has been among the top entries in your New Year's resolution list, a fitness tracker might come in quite handy. Well, lucky you — one of Fitbit's wearables, the Fitbit Charge, is now the subject of a pretty sweet deal. Amazon has shed almost $40 off the wearable's regular $129.95 price and is currently selling it for $89.99. 

That's a pretty good deal if we've ever seen one, so don't make up your mind for too long or you might just miss it. It's also worth mentioning that Amazon has both color variations of the Charge in stock, the black and the slate ones, as well as the small (5.5-6.5") and the large (6.5-7.7") sizes.

As a refresher, the Fitbit Charge keeps tabs on the steps you've taken, the floors you've climbed, as well how many calories you've burned or for how long you've been active. Sleep monitoring is also on board. Equipped with a nifty OLED display, the Fitbit Charge will also show you notifications from a paired smartphone. This Fitbit wearable is compatible with Android, iOS, and Windows.

There is no heart rate sensor on the Fitbit Charge, but Fitbit's pricier Charge HR has one, which shows real-time heart rate info on its display. Currently, Amazon is selling it for the discounted price of $140, down from the regular $149.99. Any takers?

By the way, Fitbit announced its new Blaze smartwatch just yesterday at CES 2016. You can get additional info for this new wearable by heading to our dedicated news story.

Get the Fitbit Charge ($89.99)| Fitbit Charge HR ($140) on Amazon



source: Amazon via AndroidAuthority




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