In 2020, Fitbit released the Fitbit Sense with the world's first electrodermal activity (EDA) sensor on a smartwatch. The new Fitbit Charge 5 is Fitbit's first tracker to include this EDA sensor to help measure your body's response to stress. Wearables collect an amazing amount of data and while the trends and results are interesting to view, it's not always clear what to do with the data or how to modify our behaviors to improve our overall health and wellness. Soon Fitbit Premium members with a Fitbit Sense, Versa 3, Versa 2, Charge 5, Luxe, or Inspire 2 will have access to Daily Readiness. This score will help guide you on whether or not your body is ready for a workout and how much activity is recommended.
Black Friday isn't just one day anymore -- the biggest shopping day of the year is now a whole week. Now that we're starting to roll from Black Friday and into Cyber Monday, there are still many great deals to be had, especially in the smart watch category. We're seeing deals on the Apple Watch and Fitbit that are sure to make a great gift for just about anyone on your list this year.
Everyone needs a little help staying on track with their workout regimens. Living a healthy lifestyle takes a lot of work and the people at Fitbit want to give you the edge when it comes to tracking your workouts, activities, and even sleep. You can save up to $50 on select Fitbit devices on Amazon, including some of the company's newest and best-selling models like the Fitbit Versa Smartwatch, the Fitbit Charge 3, and more. If you're looking for a fitness tracker for your workouts and busy lifestyle, then the Fitbit Versa Smartwatch is the one for you. It features all-day activity tracking, including heart rate and sleep, as well as running and swimming mode options and personalized coaching with crazy-long four-day battery life.
If you're still going strong with those New Year's fitness resolutions (or if not), Fitbit wants to help you become a healthier version of yourself with its latest sale. The company's two most popular trackers, Charge 3 and Versa, are up to $40 off right now. This includes both the regular and special versions. The bad news is now you don't have any more excuses not to stick to your new fitness goals or weight regime. In addition to its two most popular devices, other discounts can be found on a range of Fitbit's older fitness trackers, too.
Fitbit went back to basics with last year's Charge 4, reinstating a fitness tracker with onboard GPS into its lineup after many years of leaving that hole unfilled. With the introduction of the $180 Charge 5 this year, the company is trying to modernize its most capable band. It's thinner, lighter and less bulky than the Charge 4 and it now has some features previously reserved for Fitbit's full-fledged smartwatches, the Versa and Sense. That translates to a $30 increase in price, and on top of that, Fitbit's hoping you'll pay $10 each month to access your historical health data (and more) through Fitbit Premium. The Charge 5 certainly feels more polished than the Charge 4, but those who prefer bands to smartwatches will find that most core features remain the same -- and you'll have to decide if the perks of Premium are really worth paying for.