This wristwatch proves your fitness tracker doesn't have to look like one.

This fitness tracker looks stylish enough for date night [Deals]


Withings Activité Steel Activity Tracker Watch-1
This is no ordinary watch, it's also a feature-rich fitness tracker.
Photo: Cult of Mac Deals

Fitness trackers are great for anyone looking to get in shape and see their progress in more than just the mirror. Unfortunately though a hot pink bracelet isn’t the most stylish accessory. Unless that’s your thing of course, in which case more power to you.

With the Withings Activité Steel Activity Tracker Watch, you get the best of a fitness tracker in the form of a sleek, luxury wristwatch. That means you can put it on whether you’re going for a 5K dash or a fancy dinner. Obviously you can check the time, but you can also track and encourage your day-to-day movement, leading to a stronger body and better sleep. And right now, you can get a Withings Activité Steel Activity Tracker Watch for just $89.95 at Cult of Mac Deals.

With Activité Steel, you can freely run, walk, swim, or partake of any other trackable activity. All without your phone, and without worrying about charging or mashing any buttons to get started. This watch automatically tracks everything through Withings’ own Connected Movement Technology, which syncs straight to your app to offer in-depth metrics, personal coaching, and more. The watch itself also conveys insights in real time through its analog display. Rewards, achievements and advice add incentive to push your limits, and it’ll even detect your sleeping schedule to let you track deep vs light sleep, awakenings and sleep duration. On top of all that, this watch is sturdy, stylish, and can last for up to 8 months on a single charge.

Buy now: Get a Withings Activité Steel Activity Tracker Watch for $89.95, that’s half off the usual price.


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