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Puma Smartwatch review: Last year's rebranded Fossil Sport will have you running for a different watch

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First-generation Fitbit Versa discounted to $120 ($50 off) on Amazon

Over the last few years, Fitbit has become synonymous with fitness tracking. While its earlier products tended to be simpler devices that focused on step tracking, the company has transitioned to more intricate wearables that combine best-in-class fitness tracking with the features and form-factor of a standard smartwatch. At the moment, you can pick up a Fitbit Versa for $120 at Amazon, saving $50 off the list price.

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Wrap a new Fitbit Versa 2 around your wrist for $50 off on Amazon

The Versa 2 is the pinnacle of Fitbit's hardware endeavors. It blends the beauty of a sophisticated smartwatch with the fitness tracking reputation Fitbit has been cultivating since coming onto the scene nearly a decade ago. For a limited time, you can wrap a brand new Fitbit Versa 2 around your wrist for up to 25% off with this Amazon offer.

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Garmin channels the Force, releases pair of Star Wars-themed Legacy Saga smartwatches

After introducing what seems like a boatload of new products at IFA 2019 last month, Garmin is introducing two more: the Legacy Saga Star Wars-themed smartwatches. Predictably, one watch represents the "Light" side and the other the "Dark" side of the Force. Although both watches belong to the same Saga series, there are some important differences.

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Fitbit reportedly looking for buyer after slashing 2019 revenue forecast

Fitbit has been on a rollercoaster of success and uncertainty since releasing their first step tracker all the way back in 2007, and now the fitness tech icon may be looking for a potential buyer. This comes after Fitbit cut its 2019 revenue forecast after sales of its newest wearables (namely the Versa Lite) were below expectations.

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Fitbit Inspire HR drops to $80 to help you keep your beach bod through winter ($20 off)

Summer is almost over, but you've worked so hard to build that beach body of yours, it would be a shame to destroy it as soon as you put some clothes back on. Thankfully, Fitbit's Inspire HR tracker has just dropped to $80 to help you keep track of your workouts all year long.

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Xiaomi Mi Band 4 review: Cheap and decent activity tracking, but not for swimmers

In the world of activity trackers, nothing comes close to the Mi Band's value. Cheaper than any Garmin or Fitbit tracker, even the most basic vivofit4 and Inspire, but still packing enough functionality, it also benefits from Xiaomi's name recognition and is considered a serious choice, not a cheap knock-off no-name tracker.

The most recent Mi Band 4 pushes the value-for-money envelop even further thanks to a colored AMOLED screen, swim tracking, and music controls, which get added on top of the previous generation's all-day activity, sleep, and heart rate tracking. Overall, the package is very attractive, but cracks are inevitably hiding below the surface, especially if you like spending your time in a pool.

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Fitbit sale: Grab an Inspire for $50 or a Versa Lite for $120, and more

Summer is here, so you might want to enjoy the sunny outdoors by walking, running, or swimming. If you're looking for a companion to track your workouts, you're in luck, as various Fitbit trackers are currently on sale on Amazon, with discounts reaching up to $80 off.

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Xiaomi unveils Mi Band 4 fitness tracker with color screen, NFC, and voice assistant

The Xiaomi Mi Band 3 was an insanely cheap fitness tracker (£26.99 in the UK, which works out as about $35) with a relatively impressive feature set. Its successor has just been announced by Xiaomi in China, and this time it includes a color display and microphone for voice assistant functionality. There's also a slightly more expensive variant with NFC, although it's still cheap as chips.

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Withings launches an enhanced version of its classic fitness tracker with the $130 Pulse HR

Withings has been busy since it was acquired back from Nokia by its co-founder this spring. Not only did it launch the Steel HR Sport hybrid smartwatch in September, it has now unveiled an updated version of its very first activity tracker from 2013, the Pulse. The new Pulse HR is a minimal fitness tracker with a price tag designed to match at $130, roughly $70 less than the Steel HR Sport.

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