Amazon has early Black Friday deals throughout Halo View products, including 50% or more off on fitness trackers, bands, and chargers.
Amazon Halo View Fitness Tracker
Halo View is Amazon’s reply to the fitbit, their very own fitness tracker device released in 2021. It offers a lightweight activity and sleep tracker at an affordable price.
Amazon has early Black Friday deals on Halo View fitness products for 50% or more off. The Halo View fitness tracker in both sizes is currently priced at $34.99 with a discount of $45 from its regular $79.99 price tag. Amazon also offers deals on accompanying accessories, like bands and charging docks. The discounts are available until November 28.
Halo View is Amazon’s in-house built fitness tracker device that was released late last year, just in time for the holidays. Amazon introduced the products to challenge the popular wrist-equipped fitness trackers, like Xiaomi’s Mi Band series of devices. The Bluetooth-enabled fitness tracker pairs with the smartphone app to give real-time data and post-workout suggestions.
Halo View offers a small footprint and is lightweight which is optimal for tracking movement, steps, and heart rate while exercising. In addition, Halo View monitors Activity points, Sleep score, and can measure blood oxygen levels with an on-demand function. All the measurements are done within the core of the device, which allows easy changing of bands. All the first-party bands are also 50% off currently and include options in stretchy plastic, leather, and stainless steel. The purchase of the Halo View fitness tracker includes 12 months of free access to Halo membership, which has exclusive features and workouts. The membership auto-renews at $3.99 per month after the year, unless canceled.
The Halo app gives personalized information with Movement Assessment, helps with meditation and discovering healthy recipes, and offers a library of workouts and programs from experts. Also, with the help of a smartphone camera, the Halo app can measure users body fat percentage. Halo View supports Amazon’s voice assistant Alexa, which means that it can help the user during their exercise, whether it has to do with health or other requests. Now shoppers can get 56%, or $45, off of a Halo View fitness tracker purchase, and 50% off on accessories like the Halo View Charger and a selection of bands until November 28.