Welcome to CHEAP, our series about things that are good, but most of all, cheap. CHEAP!
Summer’s nearly here, so you know what that means? TIME TO GET RIPPED AND SHREDDED AND IN BEACH SHAPE! But doing that is hard. Really hard. Like, how are you meant to keep on top of all your physical activity? Track all your workouts? Analyze all your exercise? If only there was some sort of… fitness device you could… wear. And imagine if it was on offer too…
Wait, what’s that? It’s the Fitbit Ionic fitness tracker and smartwatch with 20 PERCENT OFF ITS LIST PRICE, MY GOD. That’s right, for only $199.95 (down from $249.95), you can be the proud owner of one of the best bits of kit in this sector, something we noted in our review.
So, the Fibit Ionic is a smartwatch with a color screen and a battery life of around five days, meaning you’re not going to be charging this thing every single night. Thankfully. It has built-in GPS, is water resistant (up to 50 meters), and has something called “SmartTrack,” which automatically records a select group of exercises while you’re doing them.
On top of this, you get a boatload of other neat features with the Fibit Ionic. For example, it has a built-in chip NFC for payments, it can play (AND STORE!) music so you don’t need to bring a phone along to bust some banging tunes, and you can even get notifications from your phone on the device. There are an array of other interesting functions listed here, but we don’t have time to go through all of them now!
Basically, if you’ve been on the hunt for either a fitness tracker or a smart wearable, this current deal on the Fitbit Ionic can scratch both itches. Hell, it would also make a perfect gift for that exercise freak or tech head in your life.
Pick up the Fitbit Ionic for only $199.95 now, this deal isn’t going to last forever.
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Published June 9, 2019 — 12:00 UTC