Fitbit Blaze is $60 off for Amazon Prime Day

Amazon Prime Day may be in its final few hours, but there are still stellar deals coming through the wire, including this one on the Fitbit Blaze.

Fitbit Blaze is $60 off for Amazon Prime members, bringing the fitness watch's price to just $138.95. That's way down from its everyday price of $198.95.

You'll have to be a Prime or Prime Student member to get the on sale Fitbit Blaze price, and there's still time to get a free Prime trial right now.

We suggest you hurry juuussttt a little bit though as Amazon Prime Day ends at 11:59pm PT July 11 / 2:59am ET July 12. The Fitbit Blaze won't be in stock until July 16, but the discounted price applies if you order today.

Fitbit Blaze deal on Amazon Prime Day

Fitbit Blaze is actually late to the fitness tracker deals party; the rest of the Fitbit family saw deep discounts beginning on Monday, and those are still going strong. 

What sets the Fitbit Blaze apart from other Fitbit fitness trackers is that it's really more of a smartwatch. 

It has a stunning amount of battery life, a big color display and multi-sport tracking. This is a device you can wear during a workout, then dress to impress with, all the while counting your steps. 

As Amazon's best selling pedometer, the Fitbit Blaze is a already popular device, but with the special Prime Day discount, it could prove even more popular. At least, for the next few hours. 

  • It's Amazon Prime Day 2017, the online shopping giant's annual mega sale, with exclusive deals for Amazon Prime members – and if you’re not already signed up you can get a free trial today. Stick with TechRadar to find out how and when to grab all the best deals.

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