Amazfit Bip & Stratos Wearables From $60 – Amazon Black Friday 2018 Deals

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The holiday season is here, and so is a wave of Black Friday deals, including those on some of today's most popular wearables. Cue this excellent pair of discounts on one of Amazfit's most successful fitness trackers to date – the Bip and Stratos. Regularly priced at $99.99, the Amazfit Bip can currently be yours for only $60.99, whereas the Amazfit Stratos dropped from $229 to $159.

Much like its price tag implies, the Amazfit Bip is the more basic product of the two, though it still boasts some impressive capabilities, including a 45-day battery life, always-on display, smartphone notifications, heart rate monitoring, GPS tracking, and water resistance. The Amazfit Stratos takes things to the next level with more fitness tracking modes, including dedicated services for individual sports such as soccer, swimming, cycling, tennis, and trail running, as well as Vo2 Max metrics, i.e. one's maximum rate of oxygen consumption that can help you track how your lungs are developing. Regardless of whether you're on the lookout for an entry point into wearables or an upgrade on an existing fitness tracker, both of these devices should provide you with plenty of useful features and help improve the effectiveness of your workouts. The Android- and iOS-compatible gadgets will be discounted until Cyber Monday, November 26, or while supplies last.

Amazfit Bip - Amazon
$60.99
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Amazfit Stratos - Amazon
$159.99
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