By Matt Evans
The Prime Day Fitbit deals are coming thick and fast, and the Fitbit Sense is in high demand. The next-level smartwatch was one of the biggest releases of last year, blowing the Fitbit Versa 2 (and even its sequel, the Versa 3) right out of the water.
Right now, you can get the smartwatch for just $199.95, a saving of $99. Check out the deal in full below:
Get the Fitbit Sense deal below:
Fitbit Sense smartwatch | was $298.95 | now $199.95 | Save $99
This highly advanced smartwatch boasts a smorgasbord of new features: an EDA Scan app detects electrodermal activity, hlping the watch diagnose your stress levels; a built-in skin temperature sensor logs yours each night; and an ECG app provides next-level heart rate tracking. This is all on top of Fitbit's usual advanced metrics, smartwatch functionality and more workouts than ever.
Why get this Fitbit Sense deal?
Fitbit's best watch yet allows you to track and manage stress better than ever before. As well as a simplified, accurate stress core, sleep tracking and activity monitoring have all been improved thanks to Fitbit's new dermal sensors and ECG.
Smartwatch functionality allows you to control your music, screen calls and receive notifications on your watch, while the sumptuous OLED screen plays guided exercises for HIIT sessions, stretches and even meditation. It's water resistant to 50m, packs six days battery life and even comes with six months of Fitbit Premium.
Fibit Sense deal: Cheaper option
Fitbit Inspire 2 | Was $99.95 | Now $59.99 | Saving $39.95
The Fitbit Inspire 2, which comes in black, white and pink, is ideal if you want a no-fuss fitness tracker which works with you as you walk, train and work. Tracking your heart rate, steps and calories you can even take it with you when you go for a swim.
Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and Channel Editor at Fit&Well. He's previously written for titles like Men's Health and Red Bull, and covers all things exercise and nutrition on the Fit&Well website. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen kickboxer and runner. His top fitness tip? Stretch.
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