Now, I refuse to rely on that thing. I'm upping my step-counting (and heart rate-monitoring, and sleep-tracking) game by investing in a fitness tracker. And Amazon Prime Day—AKA the Christmas of the internet—is here to solve my problem, because now I can buy one with the price tag seriously slashed.
Below, you'll find the very best deals on Amazon, which include everything from FitBit staples to the best-selling trackers that the site has to offer. You can even find one as low as 17 bucks, which is like, way less than a fitness class. Keep scrolling for the eight Amazon Prime Day fitness tracker steals to stock up on.
This sleek band is waterproof, and tracks everything from your heart rate, steps, and sleep quality... and it's the cheapest I've ever seen.
A high definition screen lets you count your steps (and all the other basics), and you can choose from six chic colors. Personally, I'm going for this pink.
FitBit Inspire, $50
Save about 20 bucks on FitBit's sleeker model, the Inspire—which does all the basics, like track your entire day's worth activity, calories burned, and various workouts from biking to swimming.
Another FitBit's slashed its prices with Prime Day: the Alta HR, which is known for tracking everything and giving you friendly reminders to keep on movin'.
Get 10 dollars off one of Amazon's best-selling fitness trackers, the Apirka. It's got all the foundational tracking capabilities, can sync up with your phone, offers a color screen (which is fun).
You can view all your movements (and sleep!) with an easy-to-read color map that tracks and organizes all of your data. Bonus points for having a built-in charger so you don't have to worry about losing the wire (which is my hobby).
This is more of an advanced tracker-watch hybrid—it tracks your heart rate and blood oxygen levels so that you know how to take your workouts to the next level. It'll also give you call and text message alerts... all for 30 bucks.
Yet another fitness tracker steal, and this one's got 14 different exercise modes so you can make sure all of your activities are counted. You can even record a workout map of where you've hit your steps.
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