Deal: Fitbit Alta Fitness Tracker $99.99 - 9/9/16

If you happen to be in the market for a new wearable, and especially if it is a fitness tracker that you are after, then you have probably considered picking one up from Fitbit. This is a company who offers a range of fitness-related wearables and one of their latest ones is the Fitbit Alta. This is a fitness tracker which normally comes priced at $129.99, however, it is currently available through eBay for only $99.99. Which makes its a great price for those already considering picking one up.

One of the benefits of the Fitbit Alta is that it is far more unassuming than some of the other tech trackers available and largely thanks to the more subtle display that is included. So if you are looking for something which is a little more discrete, the Fitbit Alta might be the one to go for. In terms of functionality, this tracker does do everything you would expect from such a product. So you can expect real-time feedback on all your activities, steps, distance traveled, calories burned, duration of sleep and so on. Unfortunately, while this is a fitness tracker which is available with a number of different colored straps, this deal is only available on the black strap model. Although you do have the option to choose between the small and large strap versions. You can find out more about the Fitbit Alta or pick one up for only $99.99 by heading through the link below.

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