This Black Friday deal knocks the Fitbit Charge 6 down to $100

Amazon has a Black Friday deal on the Fitbit Charge 6 that brings the wearable back down to $100. That’s $60 off the sticker price for this fitness tracker that only launched in September. It pairs with Android and iOS phones and offers what the company calls its most accurate heart rate tracking yet.

The Fitbit Charge 6 marks the return of the physical side button, which the company removed from the Charge 5. The fitness tracker also has deeper Google integration than previous models, showing Google Maps for turn-by-turn directions on your wrist, supporting Google Wallet for payments and allowing YouTube Music playback.

The wearable ships in three color options, including black, red and white. (All three are eligible for the sale.) Each unit includes two bands (large and small) in the box, so you don’t have to measure your wrist and choose carefully before buying.

The Fitbit Charge 6 has a body made of aluminum, glass and resin housing its 1.04-inch AMOLED touchscreen. The device’s battery lasts an estimated seven days per charge, and it can pair with Bluetooth Heart Rate Profile-supported exercise equipment, including brands like Peloton, Nordic and Tonal.

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