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[Deal Alert] Grab refurbished Fitbits including the Charge HR and Surge at 40-60% off on Woot today

The Fitbit Charge 2 is already available and the Flex 2 isn't that far behind, but if you don't want to pay for a new activity tracker and you don't mind getting a refurb unit then you might be interested in Woot's deal today.

5 Fitbit models are up on sale on the site in various colors and band sizes. They're refurbished units, so you only get the charger and the tracker in a bag, no original box or manual or USB syncing plug. But that shouldn't be a problem because setup and sync work with your Android phone. A 60-day replacement warranty is provided so you can get a new tracker, no questions asked, if you have a defective unit.

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[Deal Alert] Fitbit Flex Fitness Bracelet On Sale For 20% Off At Best Buy, Get It Now For $79.99

We're well into the holiday season here in the US, and I know new electronics aren't the only things many of you have picked up lately. If you have some new pounds you're looking to shave, Best Buy has a deal that may just make doing so a little bit easier - or at least more fun. The Fitbit Flex fitness bracelet is currently on sale for $79.99, a savings of $20 from its usual price.


The Fitbit Flex comes with a companion Android app that can track how many steps you've taken, the number of calories you've burned, and the distance you've traveled.

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[CES 2013] Fitbit Announces The Flex, A Wristband To Help You Monitor Progress While You're Up In The Gym Just Working On Your Fitness

It's the new year, and you know what that means: everyone is trying to lose weight. Nothing wrong with starting the year off trying to shed a few pounds – but the hard part is staying motivated. There are a flurry of apps that can aid in such a quest, but the real benefit comes when your workout data can be automatically synced with your smart device. And now, Fitbit – a site/service "dedicated to helping people lead healthier, more active lives" – is getting into the game with its own wristband, a la Jawbone's Up or Nike's Fuelband.


It's called Flex, and is designed to keep up with your workouts, calories burned, distance traveled, hours slept, and quality of sleep.

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