In January, Amazon is selling wearable technology at discounted prices to shift all of the leftover Christmas stock. If you’re in the market for some solid tech deals, we have you covered. There is still plenty of opportunity to bag a bargain on purchases.
Essential reading: Best fitness trackers and health gadgets you can buy today
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Fitbit is the global leader in wearables sales. There is a reason its trackers sell so well. They are simple to use, reliable, look smart, provide great vitals statistics and have an excellent app behind them.
In 2016, we saw a number of new members of the Fitbit family. The latest additions are the Charge 2 and Flex 2 activity trackers. Both devices are a big leap forward in terms of design, although in terms of functionality it is fair to say that the company is prettying up what it already has on offer. The trackers, however, show that Fitbit has learned enough about design to compete with more stylish rivals.
Garmin was an early mover and pioneer in the wearables market when it introduced the Forerunner 201 in 2003 – its first GPS enabled wearable targeting the running market. Since then, the high tech giant has shipped more than 20 million wearable devices. Garmin’s wearables strategy is centered on purpose-built devices for consumers who want to measure and enhance their active lifestyle pursuits, whether it’s running, cycling, swimming, golfing, walking, or simply being more active. Amazon is offering cut prices on the range of devices listed below. Garmin is also offering discounts on its website.
Withings is known for design and innovation in connected health devices, such as the first Wi-Fi scale on the market introduced in 2009. The company was purchased by Finnish tech giant Nokia earlier this year. It continues to deliver great looking and functioning smart devices.
California-based Misfit offers a range of health and fitness activity trackers. The company has been around since 2011, but has in this short time become one of the leading wearables brands with its line of sleek and inexpensive activity trackers.
iHealth is known for its wireless devices that can measure vital signs such as blood pressure, heart rate, and blood sugar levels. All of its devices are Bluetooth or WiFi enabled and are compatible with Apple and Android devices.
Headquartered in Korea, Samsung operates in over 75 countries. In the wearables market, Samsung offers consumers devices such as smartwatches and activity trackers, as well as their Tizen open-source operating system.
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It is important to note that many of the deals listed above will be limited as supplies tend to be restricted. We will do our best to keep this page up to date.
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