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Save on these Fitbit trackers for last-minute holiday gifting

Need a last-minute gift? Check out these Fitbit deals, available as of Dec. 21 on Amazon:

OUR TOP PICK: The Fitbit Charge 5 is a full-featured tracker with GPS, heart rate, temperature, and sleep tracking with atrial fibrillation sensors — $99.95 $149.95 (save $50)

BEST SPLURGE: The Fitbit Versa 4 is an attractive Apple Watch alternative with the Fitbit Charge 5’s features and more, including daily readiness scores — $159.95 $229.95 (save $70)

BEST VALUE: The Fitbit Luxe is a sleek, attractive option with a fashion-forward design and fitness tracking essentials — $99.95 $129.95 (save $30)

If you’re looking for a great fitness tracker, Fitbit offers a solid lineup of great picks at mostly affordable prices. You don’t have to choose the Apple Watch every time you want to track your steps or see if you’re getting quality sleep.And with the holidays right around the corner, if you’re looking for a good last-minute gift, a Fitbit fits the bill. It’s great for anyone on your list looking to make good on their New Year’s resolutions, or even for you, if you want to treat yourself for finishing up another whole year. You made it!As of Dec. 21, you can head to Amazon to pick up several different Fitbit trackers, from the Fitbit Charge 5 for 33% off (just $99.95), to the dressier Fitbit Luxe for 23% off ($99.95), and the full-featured, splurge-worthy Fitbit Versa 4 for 30% off ($159.95). There’s essentially a Fitbit for everyone on sale, including 20% off the Fitbit Aria Digital Scale, which is $39.95, down from $49.95. Some will arrive before Christmas or the last day of Hanukkah (depending on your location), so you may be able to give them as gifts ahead of the holidays. Otherwise, you can always stick an IOU in a holiday card to let them know something cool is on the way. Not sure which model is right for you or your giftee? Here are some of our favorite Fitbit picks on offer at Amazon right now.

Our top pick

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Why we like it

According to Mashable reviewer SaVanna Shoemaker, the Fitbit Charge 5 delivers a “truly comprehensive tracking experience,” thanks to its step counting, sleep and menstrual tracking, 24/7 heart rate monitoring and atrial fibrillation sensor, and stress management scoring. It also includes a unique SmartTrack feature, which auto-detects and records your workouts if you forget to track them yourself. It also comes with a host of non-fitness bells and whistles, like Fitbit Pay, GPS, alarms, phone notifications, and more. You can also connect to the Fitbit Premium service for additional workouts, Wellness Reports, and other optional features. It isn’t Fitbit’s most expensive offering, but it certainly feels close.

Best splurge

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Why we like it

The Fitbit Versa 4 is a pricier entry into the world of Fitbit trackers, but for good reason. It’s improved from its predecessor, the Versa 3, with the addition of a physical side button its earlier iteration left out. It comes with step, sleep, heart rate, and activity tracking with support for 40 workout types as well as a Daily Readiness Score to help you determine what type of exercise you’re ready for each day. It also includes support for Active Zone Minutes as well as SpO2 tracking, guided breathing sessions, menstrual tracking, and mindfulness content. You can even take on-wrist Bluetooth calls, answer texts, and see your notifications with this model. With a 6-day battery life and fast charging, it makes for a great Apple Watch alternative, especially when you add a Fitbit Premium membership for even more features.

Best value

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Why we like it

The Fitbit Luxe is arguably one of the most aesthetically pleasing fitness trackers you can buy. It’s more than just a pretty face, though. In addition to traditional features like step counting and 24/7 heart rate monitoring, it also comes with menstrual and sleep tracking, stress management scoring, and two dozen exercise modes, with up to five days of battery life. You can’t sync it with your phone to text or make calls, but it’s a budget-friendly pick that comes in fashion-forward colors and looks great on your wrist.

More Fitbit deals:

Fitbit Versa 2 — $108.49 $149.95 (save $41.46)

Fitbit Inspire 3 — $79.95 $99.95 (save $20)

Fitbit Ace 3 — $58.99 $79.95 (save $20.96)

Fitbit Aria Smart Scale — $39.95 $49.95 (save $41.46)

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