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Fitness trackers aren’t just for athletes, bodybuilders and gym rats anymore. Anyone who has a heartbeat and sleeps at the end of the day should keep track of their vitals and Fitbit can help, especially if being healthier is your New Year’s resolution. Right now, the Fitbit Inspire HR is on sale for just $70, or $30 off the original price. You have to hurry, though — the sale is just for today!
The Fitbit Inspire HR is a slim and undeniably sleek fitness tracker and heart rate monitor (that’s what the “HR” stands for) for active and everyday use. It tracks calories burned, resting and active heart rate, steps and distance walked. The band also syncs to your smartphone or laptop via Bluetooth, so you can easily track your progress.
This fitness tracker is also water-resistant for up to about 164 feet (50 meters), so you can take it for a swim (or at least, not freak out if you forget to take it off before jumping in the pool). The Fitbit Inspire HR even tracks your sleep cycle. Best of all, it has an impressive battery life of up to five days, so you don’t have to charge it every day.
Here’s what Amazon shoppers are saying about the beloved tracker:
“I LOVE MY FITBIT!” one enthusiastic reviewer raved. “I love how it can track my sleep through the app and I can keep track of my water intake and the app tells me how many more oz to go. It’s fun to see your numbers and definitely makes you want to do more steps, drink more water and get better sleep.”
“After having my cardiologists recommend a Fitbit to me so that I can better track my heart rate, I decided on the Inspire HR,” one shopper wrote. “I have to say, I'm very impressed so far. I can link my Fitbit app to MyFitnessPal so that my calories show on both. I can also view an in-depth analysis of my sleeping. I have found the heart monitor to be fairly accurate...The battery life so far seems great, especially when compared to my Fossil watch which didn't hold a charge for over a day. Overall, definitely am impressed.”
Shop it: Fitbit Inspire HR Heart Rate & Fitness Tracker, $70 (was $100), amazon.com
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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