Deal: Fitbit Health & Fitness Devices From $79.99

It's that time of year when lots of people are going to start making their plans to get back into shape, and a fitness tracker or other fitness related products are a great way to help someone do that. Right now Fitbit has a number of products on sale including a smart scale and three of their most popular and most recent trackers. The Fitbit Charge, Fitbit Aria Smart Scale, Fitbit Charge HR and Fitbit Surge can all be picked up with varied discounts starting from $79.99. Right now you can grab the Fitbit Aria for $79.99, a smart scale which helps you track weight, body mass index, body fat percentage, and lean mass. It also syncs the collected information wirelessly to your device so you can keep track of it through an app, and it allows you to store information for up to 8 individual users.

The Fitbit Charge and Fitbit Charge HR are both two of the more recent trackers from Fitbit launched this year, each having the capability to track your steps taken, your calories burned, monitor your sleep patterns and work as a silent alarm to wake you up in the morning. Both trackers can also be used as a standard watch and they alert users to incoming notifications. The Fitbit Charge HR also has a continuous heart rate sensor. Both the Charge and Charge HR can be picked up at a discount right now for $99.95, and $129.00 respectively. Lastly there's the Fitbit Surge, which has all of the traits of the Charge and Charge HR, but also adds in a larger display that is touch responsive, and has built-in GPS for tracking your location and your routes during exercise. Right now you can grab it for $50 off, setting it at a price of $199.89

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