The summer’s ticking away fast, isn’t it? It’s not too late, though, to start doing all those activities you dreamed of over the long winter. You can start them now with an Amazon Halo View Fitness Tracker. It’s an early Amazon Prime Day deal, saving you $35.
When fitness trackers first became the rage, it was enough just to have a device that counted your steps. But with the advancements in trackers and smartwatches, we demand more from our fitness trackers. Halo health metrics allow you to access your heart rate, activity points, sleep score, oxygen levels, and more.
Along with the Amazon Halo View Fitness Tracker, you’ll get 12 months of full access to the Halo membership that provides features, workouts, and programs. After one year, it auto-renews for $3.99/monthly plus tax. The Halo app will give you a movement assessment and personalized exercise program to improve your health. It will measure the quantity and quality of your sleep and allow you to experience daily meditations and recipes from WW and Whole Foods Market.
The on-demand workouts on the Halo app are part of an expanding library backed by experts and on-demand. The app works with your smartphone camera, too, to measure your body fat percentage and analyze your tone of voice. You can also receive text notifications on the View. And of course, as an Amazon product, it works with Alexa.
Take $35 off the price of this fitness tracker in your choice of colors and Small/Medium or Medium/Large and pay just $44.99.
As we are getting close to Amazon Prime Days on July 12 and July 13, you can earn a $10 Amazon credit if you’re a Prime member. You just have to complete four easy tasks, and you’re in. Just activate your Prime Stampcard, then stream a Prime Video, listen to Prime music, borrow a Prime Reading e-book, and get this Halo View for 44% off, and your purchase task is already complete.
Amazon Halo View Fitness Tracker
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