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Hurry! Fitbits Are Now On Sale

Fitbits have been all the rage recently, and I’ve finally caught up to the trend. All I can say is, what took me so long? These are such wonderful tools in tracking your fitness journey, making sure your goals align with your actions, and generally make sense of personal wellness patterns. And of course, use all of that information to better your life.

Though they end up being more than worth it, the thing about Fitbits is that they aren’t exactly the cheapest item out there. However, now you don’t have to worry because Amazon is having a major sale on these trackers. You can buy a sleek, brand new Fitbit Alta for only $99.95, off from its normal $130 price. That’s 24 percent off your device. Pretty much every Fitbit model is on sale, with some as much as $50 off.

Normally $130, this Fitbit is 24 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $130, this Fitbit is 24 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Fitbit Alta Fitness Tracker, Silver/Black, Large (US Version) on sale for $98.95

So, what can a Fitbit actually do for you? Well, it can track everything from your steps, to how many calories you’ve consumed, to the distance you’ve walked, to how long and how well you’re sleeping. When you connect it to your phone, you can also receive calls, texts, and calendar updates, all from your wrist. And that’s just scratching the surface.

I not only like what Fitbits can do for you (which I’ve already mentioned is a lot), but also how sleek they look on your wrist. You can buy them in silver or navy, and both colors would match any outfit you put together.

How will you use your Fitbit?

Fitbit Alta HR (Photo via Amazon)

Fitbit Alta HR (Photo via Amazon)

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