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Ready to step up your health game? Here’s some good news: You don’t have to break the bank to slap a quality fitness tracker on your wrist. The Amazon Halo Fitness Tracker is a digital-age wonder that allows you to keep real-time tabs on your metabolism while you’re busting out those reps and logging those miles — and there’s never been a better time to grab one.
This revolutionary fitness tracker is now just $75 (down from $100)! Get in shape and look good doing it: The Halo comes in three stylish colors — Black, Blush and Winter — all for the same sale price.
Oh, and that price? If you’d rather not shell out all $75 at once, HSN offers the convenience of Flex Pays — as many as four, for as low as $18.75 a shot…at no interest!
The affordable Amazon Halo — made from a woven blend of polyester and nylon with spandex and silicone — has all the bells and whistles of any high-end fitness tracker. You can scan and manage your body composition and BMI (body mass index) via smartphone, track health stats and movement, and even tweak your voice tone for energy and positivity.
All of your health stats are viewable on the Halo app, too — and with unrivaled accuracy, thanks to partnerships with the American Heart Association, Weight Watchers and more. Best of all, it has an incredible battery life of up to seven days per charge — a whole week!
Ready for a dip? The sleek fitness tracker is water-resistant and swim-proof up to 50 meters. It has all-day health management features such as a heart rate monitor and sleep tracker for improving your rest. Oh, and if you’d like to have a buddy along to help track your progress, the Halo app allows you to connect with Alexa; she’ll keep you up-to-date on your activity scores, health metrics, even the quality of your sleep!
At $75 (was $100), Amazon Halo is an unusually affordable fitness dynamo that tracks your goals and gives you better ways to become a healthier version of you. It even comes with six months of Halo membership, which unlocks more features and offers personal coaching. After the free trial is over, just cancel the service or continue with a $4 per month membership.
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