Deal alert: The Gear Fit2 is now 28% off on Amazon


If you are in the market for a fitness tracker, now's your chance to nab a Samsung Gear Fit2 at 28% off on Amazon! And you'd better hurry, as the Medium size has already been sold out.

When it launched last year, the Gear Fit2 managed to prove itself as a capable fitness tracker/smatwatch cross-over, although we were not exactly floored by its price tag. The Fit2 was a decent improvement over its predecessor, offering sleek and lightweight design, a bright display, and well-designed and intuitive interface.

We'd say the Samsung Gear Fit2 is still a good buy in 2017, and the current deal on Amazon serves as all the more of a sweetener for a potential purchase. If you want to snag one at reduced price, follow the Amazon link below.



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4 Comments

1. dnomadic

Posts: 442; Member since: Feb 20, 2015

Best deal going is the Gears 2 Sport and Classic from T-Mobile... $70 and $96 respectively. I picked one up for my son and one for myself can't past on those deals for the Classic... a real watch look with fitbit and smartwatch functionality inclusive of cellular connection should I need or want it.

2. gdawilson

Posts: 299; Member since: Jul 21, 2014

I've been looking into Sport Watches/Activity Trackers a lot lately. I read this article this morning and watched multiple reviews on this device. It received mediocre reviews, so I wasn't moved by it. The Xiaomi Mi Band 2 caught my eye a few months ago, and I ordered it this morning for $60. 20~ day battery life, and just the basics that I'm looking for. I've seen PA only have one article about this device before, prior to its' release but haven't seen anything since.

3. Anatasia

Posts: 2; Member since: May 14, 2015

Huh. It was selling as around $90 in a retail store in my country.

4. bodhisattvah

Posts: 1; Member since: Feb 15, 2017

Comes up as $129 for me. I just paid less than that for a LG Urbane, which is a proper Android Wear watch. I already own the first gen...unless you have a Samsung running a stock ROM, you don't want either of the Gear Fits. Their functionality is extremely limited. Actually, it's non-existent without the Open Fit app (3rd party). If you want something smaller/simpler that lasts longer, the Mi Band mentioned above is a good deal.

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