Samsung's Galaxy Fit activity tracker is one of the best budget fitness devices around. With access to many of the staple features of Samsung's mammoth fitness watch success story, the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active, the Fit is already an excellent buy on its own merits.
Now, there's even more reason to pick one up, as Best Buy is offering the Samsung Galaxy Fit at a 50% discount of $50, leaving the tracker at just $49.99. Check out the deal in full below:
Samsung Galaxy Fit activity tracker | was $99.99 | now $49.99 at Best Buy
Save a hefty $50 on the price of this nifty activity tracker. The unassuming black band tracks heart rate, calories burned, sleep activity and a plethora of different workouts. The simple water-resistant design plays home to a high-quality backlit AMOLED screen. You're not just limited to Samsung devices, either: the Fit will also link to other Apple and Android phones.
Why get the Samsung Galaxy Fit?
The Samsung Galaxy Fit features a simple, clear AMOLED display, has a heart rate tracker and can keep you up to date on your activities too. It’s also waterproof to 164 feet, has a battery life of just over 7 days and works happily with Android or iOS.
The Fit offers the Samsung Health suite of features, which supports up to 90 different kinds of workout, from the standard options, such as running and cycling, all the way to windsurfing and skiing.
Unfortunately, there is no GPS, but these sacrifices are to be expected in a budget tracker. Instead, you can sync with your phone and continue to track your workouts on there, using your phone's GPS in its place. However, the Galaxy Fit continues to impress, especially at this bargain price.
Still not fussed? You could check out our other fitness tracker deals, in which the Samsung Galaxy Fit features alongside luminaries such as the Fitbit Inspire and Honor Band 5, or our Best Fitbit Deals.
Looking for something a little more advanced? You can also check out our best fitness smartwatches.
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Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and is currently Fitness and Wellbeing Editor at TechRadar, covering all things exercise and nutrition on Fit&Well's tech-focused sister site. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen runner, gym-goer, and infrequent yogi. His top fitness tip? Stretch.
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