Entertainment Amazon Halo View is bringing low-cost fitness tracking to your wrist

Amazon Halo View is bringing low-cost fitness tracking to your wrist

When Amazon released its Halo band in 2020, some wondered if a screenless fitness wearable could compete. Maybe not so much because 12 months later Amazon introduced the $79.99 Halo View. As the name suggests, it added an AMOLED screen to help you track fitness, activity heart rate, blood oxygenation, sleep, notifications from your phone, and more. And now, in advance of Amazon Prime Day, The Halo View is just $44.99.

The 44% discount means that what was already one of the more affordable fitness wearables on the market is now far cheaper than your average Fitbit.

(Not in the US? Scroll down for deals in your region).

Even though this is a full-featured health and fitness wearable, some of the Halo View’s features, like analyzing body composition and tone of voice assessment, are hidden behind the Halo membership.

The subscription costs $3.99 a month. The good news is that you get a free year of membership with the purchase of the Amazon Halo View, making this an even better deal. Just remember that the membership will auto-renew at the end of 12 months unless you remember to cancel it – if you want to.

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No matter where you live, you’ll find all the lowest prices for the Amazon Halo from around the web right here, with offers available in your region. 

Lance Ulanoff

A 35-year industry veteran and award-winning journalist, Lance has covered technology since PCs were the size of suitcases and “on line” meant “waiting.” He’s a former Lifewire Editor-in-Chief, Mashable Editor-in-Chief, and, before that, Editor in Chief of and Senior Vice President of Content for Ziff Davis, Inc. He also wrote a popular, weekly tech column for Medium called The Upgrade.

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