Need a boost that will help you get on top of your health and fitness goals? Well, you’re in luck – one of the best fitness trackers you can buy has now been discounted by over 50%.
The Charge 3 specialises in revealing insights about your body, such as your heart rate and the amount of calories you burn throughout the day. You can even track your sleeping habits and if you’re a female, track your menstrual cycle, record symptoms and even estimate ovulation and fertility windows.
Programmed on the fitness watch are over 15 goal-based exercises with automatic exercise recognition, personalised guided breathing and much more. It’s also water-resistant (up to 50m) so you can track your time in the pool or shower.
This fitness watch will keep you connected to the outside world with a number of convenient features, such as message notification and the ability to answer phone calls and send quick replies (Android only). Additional apps, such as calendar and weather, are just a tap away.
Best of all, as you use the Charge 3, you’ll learn more about yourself and, hopefully, the insights gained will help you shape your workouts to be more effective.
Undoubtedly a great deal and device that can help you achieve your goals, you can grab the Charge 3 fitness watch through Fitbit’s Amazon store for only AU$96 – saving you a huge AU$131.95. This discount applies to the black colour option, with more colours available for a slight increase to AU$98.
Fitbit Charge 3 | AU$96 (RRP AU$229.95; save AU$131.95)
Amazon is offering one of the best fitness trackers for a bargain price of AU$96. This practical wearable is water-resistant (up to 50m), can track your heart rate, step, sleeping habits and much more. Gain valuable insights into your fitness and health with the Fitbit Charge 3. Currently on sale in black for $96 through Amazon. If you’re after the blue grey/rose gold variant, the price has a minute increase to AU$98.
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