Misfit is celebrating its anniversary all month long with some stellar deals on its hybrid smartwatches, fitness trackers, and accessories, including 40% off select smartwatch straps and $5 tracker bands. With free shipping, you'll be able to make out with a fantastic deal no matter which items you choose.
Previously priced between $175 and $195, each version of the Misfit Phase Hybrid Smartwatch is now down to $49.99. It not only works as a fitness tracker to count your steps and help you stay in shape, but it can also receive notifications directly from your smartphone and has a smart-button function that will let you wirelessly take a photo, play or pause music, and more. It's important to note however that these water-resistant watches have replaceable batteries which last for up to six months.
If you're looking for something simpler, the swim-proof Misfit Ray Fitness + Sleep Tracker is a nice buy as well. Though it's regularly available for $100, right now you can pick it up in black for just $9.99. It can track your steps, receive vibration alerts for specific notifications from your phone, and more. However, its battery can only last for four months as opposed to the Phase's longer-lasting battery.
While the sale's still going, it'd be wise to make sure to pick up a few smartwatch straps or tracker bands as well. There's a range of straps available so you could go for a classy link bracelet for $23.99 or a simpler sport strap for $11.99. The various tracker bands are pretty neat as well and offer a myriad of styles to choose from.
Though the sale doesn't end until October 31, there's no telling whether certain products will stay in stock or not. Make sure to head to Misfit while you can to take advantage of this offer before all the best options are gone!
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more.
The Galaxy S20 FE is the best Samsung phone you can buy
Samsung makes a lot of phones — from $1,300 flagships with insane 50x zoom cameras to $250 budget phones with massive batteries. These are the best Samsung phones you need to know about in 2020.
Tales From the Galaxy's Edge trailer wields The Force and a release date
Stories far and wide reveal The Force in this full-length Star Wars: Tales From the Galaxy's Edge trailer, coming next month for Oculus Quest and Oculus Quest 2.
Review: Amazon's new duo of Echo Dots are a roundabout success
At its fall 2020 event, Amazon unveiled an entirely new design for its Echo smart speaker lineup, featuring a soft, spherical design on the standard Echo (4th Gen) and the three flavors of Echo Dot (4th Gen). We took a look at the Echo Dot with Clock (4th Gen) and Echo Dot (4th Gen) to see how much they've improved over the previous generation and let you know if we think you should buy...
Upgrade the storage in your Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with a microSD card
There's never enough storage when you're downloading movies and TV shows to watch offline, but the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra allows you to expand from the base 128GB and fit more files than ever on your phone.