The Best Labor Day Fitness Tracker Deals

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Summer is over and you know what that means—it’s time to bust out the training plans for your fall races. No matter your sport, these deals on fitness trackers will help whip you back into shape.

Fitbit Ionic

The Ionic is the most powerful device in Fitbit’s stable. Not only does it have the standard fitness tracking you would expect, but it has built-in GPS. That means you don’t have to be tethered to your phone when you go out for a run. It’s also water resistant, so you don’t have to worry about it getting soaked, and it’s got a five-day battery, letting you hit the pavement without worrying if your watch will make it to the end of your workout. You can also watch on-wrist coaching videos and track your sleep patterns (since there’s no need to charge every night). Best of all, it’s currently on sale for more than $30 off the original $250 price.

Garmin Vivoactive 3

Garmin’s Vivoactive 3 comes with 15-plus activity profiles preloaded on the device. From running to swimming to yoga, if you can do it with your body, then the Vivoactive 3 can track it. The Vivoactive 3—which is more than 20% off now—can also keep an eye on your sleep activity and steps. It will take note of how quickly you recover from workouts to determine if you’d benefit more from an extra day of training or a day off. It also has its own stress and body battery metrics to help you see how your activity (or lack thereof) is affecting your overall wellness. Garmin was also first to market with menstrual tracking. The Gorilla glass touchscreen is easy to navigate and readable in full sun, and the battery lasts up to 7 days on a single charge.

Fitbit Versa

If you’re looking for something slimmer and more user friendly to strap on when you head to the gym, the Fitbit Versa is a great fitness companion. It doesn’t have on-board GPS, but it does have fitness tracking, sleep cycle monitoring, female health tracking, on-board music storage, contactless payment, smart notifications, apps and more. And if you spring for the $40 annual plan, you can also get personalized workout videos on your wrist. Even better? Amazon now has it on sale for $30 off.

Garmin Fenix 5X Plus

Garmin makes amazing multi-sport watches and the Garmin Fenix 5X Plus is one of their best. (And you can find the Fenix 5 and 5X models for as much as $100 off the retail price for Labor Day.) With a built-in triathlon mode, plus a multi-day battery life, you don’t have to worry about the Fenix 5X Plus leaving you stranded in the middle of the race. Garmin uses a robust, multi-network tracking system that includes GLONASS and Galileo satellites in addition to the usual GPS. Allowing it to provide routing suggestions and help keep you on track. The pulse oximeter and wrist-based heart monitoring keep an eye on stress levels and track your sleep and recovery so that you can make sure your training is staying effective. It’s like having a trainer strapped to your wrist 24/7.

Fitbit Charge 3

The Fitbit Charge 3 lets you keep tabs on your health and fitness in a crisp, clear package. The on-wrist continuous heart rate monitoring keeps tabs on your activity levels throughout the day and will automatically detect when you’re working out. Even better, the Charge 3 can connect to your phone’s GPS to map your route. With a seven-day battery life, you don’t have to worry about charging it up, allowing you to keep the Charge 3 on all the time for things like sleep tracking and move notifications. It’s also swim-proof. Swimming is, of course, one of the 15 pre-loaded workout types. It also supports smartphone notifications and contactless payment. Special edition models are currently 14% off, with the base models sporting an 8% discount.

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