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This Cyber Monday Amazon deal saves $30 on the new Halo View fitness tracker

Amazon Halo and Halo View next to a sign saying big savings
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What had been an early Black Friday deal lowering the price on the brand-new Amazon Halo View has persisted into Cyber Monday. But there's also several deals on Halo fitness trackers and Echo Frame smartglasses, too.

Fitness buffs out there will appreciate the 38% saving on Amazon's brand new Halo view, which isn't even out yet and releases on December 8. It's essentially a version of the Amazon Halo fitness tracker with a display for those who want to see their workout progress in real-time, but if you don't mind checking on your phone, you can save even more with 45% off the Amazon Halo Band - which also includes 6 months of Halo membership.

Alternatively, you could step into the world of smart glasses and take Alexa with you on the go thanks to the $105 saving on the Echo Frames (2nd Gen) - which come with polarized sunglass lenses to boot.

(Not in the US? Scroll down for deals in your region).

Today's best Amazon Halo Cyber Monday deals

$79.99

Amazon Halo View: $79.99 $49.99 at Amazon
Save $30 - The Amazon Halo View isn't even out yet but you can already save 38% off thanks to early Cyber Monday deals; the View is much more like a typical Fitbit than the Halo Band, as it comes with a display that shows you basic tracking data. On top of that, you get a premium Halo membership for a whole year when you buy this tracker.

Amazon Halo Band: $99.99

Amazon Halo Band: $99.99 $54.99 at Amazon
Save $45 - The Amazon Halo is a simplified fitness tracker with no screen of its own - everything is managed through the Halo app; it includes some nifty features like the usual activity trackers, but also the ability to track body fat and vocal tone (though most features are locked behind Halo membership, which costs $3.99/month after the first six which come free with this device).


Amazon's Halo devices are typically cheaper than your usual smart trackers and with these sales on top, we'd be surprised if even the best Fitbit Cyber Monday deals offer something cheaper than what's here. 

The flip side is that you have to pay for Amazon's premium Halo membership to get access to most of your device's features (which cost $3.99/month). Considering that the Halo View and Halo Band come with free trials of Halo membership (for a year and six months respectively) you might find that the cost savings are sufficient right now - but you'll want to act before the deal on these trackers ends.

Today's best Echo Frames Cyber Monday  deals

$249.99

Echo Frames (2nd Gen): $249.99 $154.99 at Amazon
Save $95
- Amazon's Echo Frames are a bit of a novelty item - they effectively strap an Echo Dot to your face but come at a massive premium. Thankfully with this Cyber Monday deal, you can slash their price by nearly 40% and enter the world of smartglasses at a more affordable price point. 

$269.99

Echo Frames (2nd Gen) with polarized sunglass lenses: $269.99 $164.99 at Amazon
Save $105 - These glasses are nearly identical to the ones above - the only difference here is that the lenses are polarized sunglass lenses so you can enjoy the convenience of the Alexa assistant while relaxing on a hot summer's day.

The Amazon Echo Frames - like most smart glasses - are still a bit of a novelty item. Sure, it's cool to feel like Tony Stark for a few minutes while you ask your AI assistant to perform tasks for you from anywhere, but they currently don't offer much more functionality or convenience than your smartphone's voice assistant.

However, with these great Cyber Monday deals available you might be more willing to take the plunge - $100 off is a very tempting offer.

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Hamish is a Staff Writer for TechRadar, having previously written for the site and Gfinity Esports as a freelance writer. He has been writing about tech and gaming for multiple years, and now lends his experience to cover news and reviews across everything on TechRadar (from Computing to Audio to Gaming and the rest). In his free time, you’ll likely find Hamish humming show tunes while building Lego or playing D&D with his mates.