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Fitbit’s Versa, Ionic, and Ace fitness trackers are cheaper for Prime Day

Track your runs, heart rate, and more for less

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Fitbit has announced a few price cuts on its catalog of fitness trackers for Amazon Prime Day 2019. The best deal of the bunch is on the Fitbit Versa Lite, which is currently $119.95. That’s $30 off of its usual $159.95 price. This is the biggest price drop yet for this model, and it can track sleep and various exercises. However, it doesn’t offer music playback, swim laps, floors traveled, or Wi-Fi connectivity — features found in the more expensive Versa. Speaking of the Versa, that’s a little cheaper, too. It’s $169.95 instead of its usual $199.95 price.

The Versa is a good option for most people, unless you want to track your runs or walks without bringing a phone with you. If that describes you, the Fitbit Ionic has GPS built-in, as well as NFC for contactless payments, and support for all of the workouts listed above. The Ionic is $169.95, as well, down from $249.95.

Lastly, Fitbit’s Ace fitness tracker for kids is almost half off at Amazon. It’s $59.95 (usually $99.95) until Prime Day ends tonight. This is a showerproof tracker that provides more encouragement for kids than the other Fitbit models do, so it’s the best fit for your kid if they want to be active.

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