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Looking for a new fitness tracker? The surprisingly sleek Fitbit Luxe is 36% off.

SAVE $54: The Fitbit Luxe fitness tracker is on sale for just $94.99 — just shy of its lowest price ever — at both Walmart(opens in a new tab) and Amazon(opens in a new tab) as of August 5. That’s a 36% discount from its $149 MSRP.


Specifically designed with aesthetics in mind, the Fitbit Luxe is probably the best-looking fitness tracker around. But those looks typically come at a cost — a $149 cost, to be exact.

As of August 5, however, you can slash 36% off and snag the Fitbit Luxe(opens in a new tab) in black, lunar white, or orchid for only $94.99 at Walmart(opens in a new tab) and Amazon(opens in a new tab). That’s just shy of its lowest price to date.

Although its sleek design is a major selling point, the Luxe doesn’t skimp on function. The button-free face is made of stainless steel, which is swim-proof up to 50 meters. So, if you forget to take it off in the shower, it’s no biggie. It’ll last you up to five days on a single charge, which may not be the best in the business, but surely puts the Apple Watch to shame.

The Luxe also offers 24/7 heart rate monitoring, activity tracking, a daily stress management score, menstrual health tracking, sleep tracking, nearly two dozen exercise modes, and step counting — all on your wrist. You can even pair it with your phone for call and text notifications, as well as real-time GPS on the go. Of course, you won’t be able to respond to calls and texts like the Apple Watch, but do you really need that feature?

If you want to get the most out of your Luxe, you can subscribe to Fitbit Premium for $9.99/month and unlock advanced metrics like blood oxygen saturation, skin temperature readings, special activity challenges, and wellness reports. You’ll even get a daily readiness score, which uses heart rate and workout data to determine how prepared you are for activities each day. Both Walmart(opens in a new tab) and Amazon(opens in a new tab) include six months of Fitbit Premium for free ($54.94 value), so you can decide whether it’s worth the subscription.

Credit: Fitbit

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