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JustinM4752 12 80 January 19, 2015 at 11:58 AM in Smart Watches & Wearables (6) More LL Bean Deals
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Promoted 01-20-2015 by brisar at 11:56 AM View Original Post
LL Bean has Fitbit Charge HR Activity Wristband (Small or Large) for $149.95 - 10% w/ coupon code SNOW10 = $134.95. Shipping is free. Thanks JustinM4752

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These are on backorder and both sizes are scheduled to ship by 2/15. -Corwin

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Edited January 19, 2015 at 06:43 PM by johnny_miller
LLBean.com is offering the FITBIT Charge HR for $134.95 shipped with coupon code SNOW10. Promo good through 1/21/15.

Item is backordered, but will ship by 2/8/15

http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/88...+charge+hr
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Its back ordered and Available: February 8, 2015. I am sure you will find a better price else where by then.
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Its back ordered and Available: February 8, 2015. I am sure you will find a better price else where by then.
And if you don't??
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No tax?

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L.L.Bean is not required to and does not collect sales or use tax in states other than those in which L.L.Bean has a store. However, because this purchase is made over the Internet or by other remote means, it is not exempt from the use tax in the state where you reside. States (except for Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire and Oregon) require residents to pay the use tax to the state tax authorities. For more information and the appropriate forms and instructions, please visit your state's Web site.
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my wife says she needs a fitbit. i didn't realize there are like 50 kinds and I have no idea what's what and the reserach is mind-numbing.

haven't i seen these for like $100? and are they being sold out or something?
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my wife says she needs a fitbit. i didn't realize there are like 50 kinds and I have no idea what's what and the reserach is mind-numbing.

haven't i seen these for like $100? and are they being sold out or something?
Check this https://www.fitbit.com/store i think you are looking at flex that is mostly all the time in slickdeals on deal for 75-80$
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my wife says she needs a fitbit. i didn't realize there are like 50 kinds and I have no idea what's what and the reserach is mind-numbing.

haven't i seen these for like $100? and are they being sold out or something?
The regular charge had been around that price a couple of times I believe, but I've never seen the charge hr for that low yet.

Thanks op, ordered one, hopefully we get lucky and they get them in a little earlier.
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The regular charge had been around that price a couple of times I believe, but I've never seen the charge hr for that low yet.

Thanks op, ordered one, hopefully we get lucky and they get them in a little earlier.
whats the dif and why not just wait for smart watches to be ubiquitous? (buying for wife so still trying to figure this out)
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Its back ordered and Available: February 8, 2015. I am sure you will find a better price else where by then.
You could always cancel if you find a better price before then, but this is the best price right now. Plus, there are not really any upcoming holidays to bank on lower prices.

This is the first online store I've seen with a coupon code applicable to Fitbit. The no tax and free shipping just makes it a no brainer.
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AT&T has 15% off all fitbits including the Charge HR. Of course if your Tax is higher than 5% then AT&T isn't a better deal.
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extra large still only available through fitbit directly, but still a good deal. TU!
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there are so many bad reviews about HR part of it
make sure you can return it if it'll not work for you
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whats the dif and why not just wait for smart watches to be ubiquitous? (buying for wife so still trying to figure this out)
This one has a heart rate monitor. The smart watches and the fitbit suge are just too big for me/not my style. Not that I love the look of this band, but I prefer it over the smart watches.
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hey guys. I just wanted to let you know that I got a charge hr last week from bestbuy, but ended up returning yesterday. While I think they are cool in theory, I could not find it practical for those who really want an accurate hr sensor. The hr sensor was so inconsistent during non movement activities and exercising that it drove me nuts (yes I tried moving to both wrists etc) It would tell me that my resting hr was anywhere from 55-107 bpm and while jogging/biking it registered 90-102 bpm, while the gym equipment showed a me at 150-170 bpm( which is what my older hr monitor watch would show). I decided to wait another 6 months or so and hope these activity trackers improve. hope this helps
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