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The best entry-level Fitbit is 37% off

For when you're in the gym, just working on your fitness.
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Save 37%: If you don't mind opting for the desert rose color, you can grab our favorite intro fitness tracker — the Fitbit Inspire 2 — for just $63 (that's a $36.95 savings) at Walmart. Or you can also grab the other two colors for $82 and $82.75 at Amazon.


Don't get us wrong, we think Apple Watches are great, but for folks looking for a fitness tracker first and foremost, you're basically spending hundreds of dollars on a tracker that isn't all that cutting edge. Even the most budget-friendly model can run you up to $200.

Thankfully, you have other options. Our personal favorite intro fitness tracker just so happens to be on sale. As of May 12, you can grab the Fitbit Inspire 2 for just $63 at Walmart, as long as you opt for the desert rose band. If you'd prefer the black or white band, don't worry, you're not out of luck — you can still grab both on sale for $82.75 and $82 respectively at Amazon.

Simplicity is the name of the game with this Fitbit, and that's what makes it a great option for most people. In addition to the step tracking that made this tracker famous, it'll also keep track of your time in the heart-pumping Active Zone, your heart rate, your sleep patterns, and calories burned.

Need to know if you should hit your work out hard or take some time to recover? No problem, your daily readiness score will let you know. Plus, you get up to 10 days of battery life, so you won't have to worry about charging it up nightly.

It may not have every bell and whistle the market has to offer, but as Mashable reporter Tim Marcin said in his review of the Inspire 2, "If you like to workout, but you're not looking to break any records, I'd recommend it to you in a heartbeat." Check out the Fitbit Inspire 2 on sale at Walmart and Amazon for a limited time only.

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Fitbit Inspire 2
$63 at Walmart (save $36.95)

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