The Fitbit Alta Is On Sale for Its Lowest Price Ever

If you’ve been eyeing the Fitbit Alta, now’s the time to buy: The fitness tracker is on sale at Amazon for $69.99 (regularly $129.95). That’s the lowest price we’ve ever seen it sold for.

The Alta stands out as one of the sleekest fitness trackers on the market. On its own, the low-profile band is inconspicuous enough to be worn from the gym to the office and everywhere in between. But you can also elevate the Alta from fitness band to style statement with accessories from Henoda and Public School. (Check out our favorites from Fitbit’s Public School collaboration.)
In addition to added style, the Alta packs a lot of tech into a slim package. Like the rest of the Fitbit line, it tracks your activity levels, including steps, distance walked, calories burned, and the time you spend active per day. It syncs automatically via bluetooth to Fitbit’s easy-to-use app, automatically switches into active mode when it senses increased movement, and pings you when you’ve been sitting for too long (a godsend for those of us who sit in front of a computer all day).There’s more: The Alta delivers smartwatch functionality—texts, calls, and calendar alerts are sent to a touch-sensitive screen—as well as sleep tracking, recording the time you spend in both light and heavy sleep. The battery gives you five full days on a single charge. And it’s water resistant, so you don’t have to take it off in the shower.

If you’re looking for a sleek, stylish tracker that will give you access to Fitbit’s well-stocked fitness app, now’s the time to buy the Alta. Not the right fit for you? Here are eight other fitness trackers we love.

Source: The Fitbit Alta Is On Sale for Its Lowest Price Ever

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