Deal: Discounts on Fitbit Alta, Charge 2, Flex 2 - 11/24/16

Fitness trackers are always going to be hot ticket items, even more so at this time of year, as they make for excellent gifts. There are some excellent lower-cost options from names like Misift and Amazfit, but there's no denying that the majority of users are looking for, and that's Fitbit. For many, the Fitbit name is the only one that matters in the world of fitness trackers, and while there are some excellent options elsewhere, these always make for good gifts. This Black Friday weekend, Amazon is running discounts on most of the new models introduced in 2016, including the Fitbit Flex 2, the Fitbit Alta and the Fitbit Charge 2. Each of them have some sort of discount applied to them, and all of them are available from Amazon in a number of different colors and of course, different sizes.

Starting with the Fitbit Flex 2, this is one of the first times that it's been on sale, and is currently available from Amazon for just $69, which is considerably less than it has been, and at junder $70, brings it into the realm of the affordable trackers, and boasts some nice extras like the ability to be worn when swimming and such. The Charge 2, meanwhile, is on sale at $129 in either small or large options and unlike the previous version, also features removable bands, some of which are really quite tasteful. If the Charge 2 is a little on the pricier side for you, then at $99 the Fitbit Alta is a nice compromise between the two, and is at a near all-time low at the moment. No matter which of these you're looking to get, the links are clearly marked below.

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