Samsung Galaxy Watch Active deal: Save $$ on the fitness watch at Best Buy

The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active is still one of the best fitness watches around, and its price has been slashed at Best Buy

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active
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Right now, the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active's price has been slashed at Best Buy. Despite the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 being an updated version, the original Active is still an excellent fitness watch. What's more, it's going for a rare discounted price at $139.99. Check out the deal in full below:

Get the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active deal here:

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active | was $199.99 | now $139.99 at Best Buy
Save $60 on the price of the original Samsung Galaxy Watch Active. In black, green, silver and rose gold, the Active can stream your music, show you notifications and utilise digital payment with the Galaxy pay app. In addition, it incorporates all the functionalities of a top-notch fitness tracker. View Deal

The original Samsung Galaxy Watch Active shares loads of phenomenal qualities with its sequel, the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2. Although the latest model has been featured among our best fitness watch picks, but the original Active is still a barnstorming device. 

With an advanced suite of fitness tracking features, you can use it to track up to 45 different kinds of exercise, monitor your sleep and receive real-time alerts if it detects your heart rate is too high or too low. 

In addition, it retains all the features of a functional smartwatch, including notifications displayed on its 1.1" AMOLED screen, and up to 45 hours of battery life.

Why get this Samsung Galaxy Watch Active deal?

Fitness smartwatches are the best solutions to those who want a great fitness tracker with smartwatch functionalities like controlling your music, responding to phone calls and allowing you to reply to Whatsapp messages without taking your phone out of your pocket.

At the same time, a fitness watch will monitor your heart rate, track your sleep cycle, record how many calories you burn during workouts and provide you with a wealth of other information. 

You can then use this to your benefit: for example, an erratic heart rate on some days, but not others, might be a cue to lay off the caffeine. or you might exercise in the evening, only to have a disturbed sleeping pattern, while switching to the morning allows you to get better bedrest. 

Information is power, especially when it comes to your health, and the more metrics you can gather on the way your body works, the more efficiently you can adjust your habits to improve your health and fitness. 

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Matt Evans
Matt Evans

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.