Deal: Fitbit Alta for $99 – 11/23/16


Fitness trackers come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, and while there are many out there that do all kinds of fancy things, there are also many more that take a more restrained and cutback approach to activity tracking. The Fitbit Alta is one of those, as it offers more than something like the Fitbit Flex 2, but not quite as much as the Fitbit Charge 2 and Gear Fit 2, for instance. What's sure to be an important seller for Fitbit throughout the Holiday season, the Fitbit Alta is on sale today on eBay, coming in at just under $100 available in both sizes and a few different colors.

The deal comes to us via eBay, and is for a new item, with the usual warning of their being "Limited Quantity" available. Available in Small and Large sizes, there's just the Plum color in large, but in small there's a choice of Plum, Blue and Teal. The Alta might not have a heart rate monitor similar to the Charge 2, but it sports similar features in a smaller form factor. Designed to be a compromise between attractive, and functional fitness trackers, the Alta offers a monochrome display that has fun animations for fitness goals as well as movement reminders, and like the original Flex, has a plethora of third-party bands available for it. Including bands that look like jewelry, and bands that will blend in for work, as well as hitting the town. All of which make for excellent gifts, and with the tracker itself costing less, it's easier to get more of these either for yourself or as part of a killer gift package.

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