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Fitbit Charge 2 Heart Rate & Fitness Wristband (Plum or Teal, Large or Small) EXPIRED

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Verizon.com has Fitbit Charge 2 Heart Rate and Fitness Wristband (Plum, Large or Small / Teal, Large) for $79.99. Shipping is free. Thanks daisybeetle

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Verizon.com has Fitbit Blaze Smart Fitness Watch (Plum, Large) on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free.
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I have had both the charge 1 hr and the charge 2 hr, here's my honest opinion.

I'm an Apple guy so I always debated this vs the Apple Watch, but battery life won it over for me. I like sleeping with it on, i like tracking my sleeping habits. It's very health conscious.

You can't compare the functionality. They are apples and oranges (no pun intended). Apple Watch can do significantly more as far as responding to texts, using apps, making calls, etc. if that doesn't interest you, if you just want a solid health tracker that reminds you to stand up, drink water, have a stop watch, and a 5-7 day battery life (plus the silent buzzing alarms are a life saver) go for the Fitbit. Don't get the Fitbit expecting to be able to do advanced functions with your phone. You can see text messages that come up, it will alert you when you get a call, and when calendar events happen, that's the extent of what the Fitbit can do.

If you've never had a fitness tracker, this is a great price to start. If it doesn't have enough for you, you could probably sell it for $40ish on eBay/a local marketplace and put that towards an Apple Watch.
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Does Verizon given additional discount if you purchase a certain number of devices?

I know sometimes AT&T will give an extra 20% off of the sale price if you purchase a lot of devices.
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Ordered this the last time they had a deal
They said 2 Business days free shipping but it took about 5 business days to reach
But otherwise a decent deal
Note that this model is slightly older than the others
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I bought this when there was exactly this same deal few days ago.. got in 2 business days.. had few issues confirming the order and around payment but it was perhaps due to the fact that it was my first order with them..
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Bought the blaze when it released and it has been working great. Had to replace the bands every now and then, but the battery still lasts for days after years of daily use.

That said, wearable features have come a long way since then. The blaze pales in comparison to the features of newer smart watches. I just bought a Samsung gear sport for 110$ last week, and will probably retire the blaze. But if you want a functional smart watch that may or may not work with your phone's notifications (it's terrible with the s9+), this is a good price.
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Bought the blaze when it released and it has been working great. Had to replace the bands every now and then, but the battery still lasts for days after years of daily use.

That said, wearable features have come a long way since then. The blaze pales in comparison to the features of newer smart watches. I just bought a Samsung gear sport for 110$ last week, and will probably retire the blaze. But if you want a functional smart watch that may or may not work with your phone's notifications (it's terrible with the s9+), this is a good price.
Where was that deal?
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wow..people still buy this for $100? unbelievable
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Where was that deal?
There isn't one. It's a repost and OOS for blaze
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Where was that deal?
Was from Amazon warehouse, so somewhat difficult to replicate as it's based on their stock. Not really worth posting when quantities are that limited and quality/condition is a gamble IMO.
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wow..people still buy this for $100? unbelievable
Not worth the price
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$35 in target ....
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$35 in target ....
Blaze or Charge-2?
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I have had both the charge 1 hr and the charge 2 hr, here's my honest opinion.

I'm an Apple guy so I always debated this vs the Apple Watch, but battery life won it over for me. I like sleeping with it on, i like tracking my sleeping habits. It's very health conscious.

You can't compare the functionality. They are apples and oranges (no pun intended). Apple Watch can do significantly more as far as responding to texts, using apps, making calls, etc. if that doesn't interest you, if you just want a solid health tracker that reminds you to stand up, drink water, have a stop watch, and a 5-7 day battery life (plus the silent buzzing alarms are a life saver) go for the Fitbit. Don't get the Fitbit expecting to be able to do advanced functions with your phone. You can see text messages that come up, it will alert you when you get a call, and when calendar events happen, that's the extent of what the Fitbit can do.

If you've never had a fitness tracker, this is a great price to start. If it doesn't have enough for you, you could probably sell it for $40ish on eBay/a local marketplace and put that towards an Apple Watch.
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Was from Amazon warehouse, so somewhat difficult to replicate as it's based on their stock. Not really worth posting when quantities are that limited and quality/condition is a gamble IMO.
Thanks!
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