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Fitness trackers aren’t just for gym rats anymore. Anyone who has a heartbeat can and should prioritize their health and track their vitals for good measure (so to speak). Fitbit can help.
The price is right too! The Fitbit Charge 4 Activity Tracker is now on sale for $100, or $50 off at HSN.
If you’d rather not pay $100 all at once (understandable), HSN lets you opt for three "FlexPays" of just $33, with no interest at all. And you get free shipping too.
New to HSN? You can get an additional $20 off with promo code HSN2021 at checkout. This would bring the price down to just $80, or $70 off for first-time HSN shoppers. (That's nearly 50 percent off!)
Monitor your health
The Fitbit Charge 4 Activity Tracker is a slim and undeniably sleek fitness tracker and heart rate monitor for active, everyday use. It tracks calories burned, resting and active heart rate, steps and distance walked. The band also syncs to your smartphone or laptop via Bluetooth, so you can easily keep tabs on your progress.
Plus, it has an impressive battery life of up to seven days, so you don’t have to charge it daily. And shoppers like that the wristband is interchangeable.
"I love this Fitbit Charge," raved a five-star reviewer. "I was using a Fitbit Zip, but they no longer make them. I tried the Versa but it was too big. I love the slim size of this one and it was super easy to set up. I also like that the bands are easy to change out."
Not afraid of water
This fitness tracker is water-resistant for up to 164 feet (50 meters). So you can take it for a swim, or at least, not freak out if you forget to take it off before jumping in the pool.
"I've gone swimming in it with no issues," shared a satisfied HSN shopper.
Sleeping and shopping buddy
By night, the Fitbit 4 tracks your sleep cycle, which is great for those trying to figure out how to get the right amount of z's. And when you wake, simply leave your wallet at home and use digital Fitbit Pay to get a cup of coffee on your way back from your morning walk.
Shoppers appreciate its precision too. "I love my Charge 4 compared to my Alta HR. It's accurate in steps, activity tracker and syncs with Bluetooth fine," said a five-star reviewer.
How about spreading the joy? One reviewer gave the Fitbit to her husband as a retirement gift. "He loves it!" says the savvy shopper. "Makes him want to get moving everyday."
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