Want to track your fitness in a cheap yet stylish way or maybe just have the same experience with dad this Father’s Day? As part of the early Prime Day deals going on at the moment, you can snap up the Fitbit Charge 4 fitness tracker for just $100 on Amazon right now. That’s a $50 savings over the normal price, working out to a whopping 33% discount. There’s never been a better time to buy a Fitbit Charge 4 and we’re sure you won’t be disappointed with the features it offers at this price point.
The Fitbit Charge 4 is a great all-rounder of fitness trackers. We called it ‘the only fitness tracker you need’ in our Fitbit Charge 4 review and we stick to it. Consistently ranked as one of the best fitness trackers out there, in its simplest form, the Fitbit Charge 4 keeps track of your daily steps and calorie intake, but it does much more than that.
It has a built-in GPS that helps you track your pace and distance on screen while exploring the world with a workout intensity map on the app that shows how your heart rate changes depending on what you’re doing is. Plus there’s the Active Zone Minutes function, which tells you when you reach your target heart rate zone during exercise, so you know how to push yourself during a workout.
The Fitbit Charge 4 offers over 20 goal-based exercise modes, including swimming, due to its swim-proof and water-resistant nature. With 7-day battery life (or up to 5 hours when GPS is on), you won’t have to worry about recharging it so often. It will also monitor your sleeping patterns so that you can really see any problems that may arise.
With $50 off the normal price, the Fitbit Charge 4 is a no-brainer for anyone wanting to take their fitness more seriously.
If you haven’t decided on the Fitbit Charge 4 solely because you want to spend less or more, we have all the best Prime Day smartwatch deals for you so you can find the right wearable for your needs. Alternatively, if you know a Fitbit is for you but you haven’t, our look at Prime Day Fitbit deals has you covered, too.
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