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There are some fantastic deals on smart home devices on Amazon Prime Day, including some brilliant price cuts on smart scales.
Amazon has slashed the price of Withings Body Cardio smart scales, which not only measure your weight, but also calculate your body composition, including fat and water mass.
Each member of your household can have their own profile, and the smart scale will recognize them as soon as they step on. Each person's weight will be synced to their profile automatically via Wi-Fi, and the accompanying smartphone app presents weight trends so you can see your progress.
Withings Body Cardio Smart Scale:
Save $44.99 off a smart body composition scale this Amazon Prime Day. With Wi-Fi syncing, weight trends, and heart rate tracking, it's a great way to monitor your fitness and help maintain a healthy weight. This special Prime Day deal is only available on the black version of the scale.
These aren't the only great health and fitness deals you'll find on Prime Day. Amazon has also slashed the price of some fantastic sports watches from Fitbit. If you're already a keen runner or just getting started, there's something for you.
Fitbit Charge 3:
$149 $119 at Amazon
Grab Fitbit's essentialist fitness tracker for $30 off to keep track of your heartbeat and fitness goals while running through over a dozen different fitness modes (including swimming – it's water-resistant up to 50 meters) for an up to 7-day battery life.
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Cat is the editor of TechRadar's sister site Advnture. She’s a UK Athletics qualified run leader, and in her spare time enjoys nothing more than lacing up her shoes and hitting the roads and trails (the muddier, the better)