By Matt Evans
The Fitbit Sense launched late last year and quickly became one of the most desirable fitness watches around. As well as Fitbit's complete suite of online features, the watch comes with a new electrodermal activity sensor which monitors your stress levels.
On top of the usual activity tracking functions such as heart rate and VO2 max, and taking and receiving calls, texts and emails like a smartwatch, the Fitbit Sense really can do it all. And right now, Walmart is offering this stellar watch for an awesome $268.95, over $60 off the usual RRP. Check out the deal below:
Fitbit Sense fitness smartwatch | was $329.95 | now $268.95 at Walmart
This super-watch helps you tune in to your body, with a ECG app right on your wrist, activity, stress and skin temperature tracker and loads more. Get better sleep, exercise and more efficient wrist-mounted communication.View Deal
Why get the Fitbit Sense?
This stunning five-star smartwatch comes highly recommended, with six months of Fitbit Premium included. You get thousands of new workouts, including guided workouts tailored to your individual goals and previous achievements. This is in addition to extra health metrics hidden behind Fitbit's paywall and advanced sleep tracking features.
This normally costs $9.99 per month in the US, but you bag six months absolutely free, saving a further $60 to bring your total savings up to an incredible $120.
Fitbit Sense deal: Cheaper option
Fitbit Inspire 2 | was $99.95 | now $78.95 at Walmart
Save on the Fitbit Inspire 2, the update to Fitbit's very successful range of band trackers. Up to 7 days of battery life and advanced fitness tracking, including Fitbit's Active Zone Minutes, are available without all that distracting smartwatch fluff.View Deal
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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