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This $30 Fitness Tracker Can Run For a Year on a Single Charge

Refurb Garmin Vivofit, $30

It’s not a Fitbit, but this $30 Garmin Vivofit has a few enticing tricks up its sleeve, if you’re in the market for a fitness tracker.

Of course, the Vivofit will track your steps, your sleep, and your calories burned, but two features set it apart from the field. First, if you’re inactive for an hour, it’ll shame you with a big red bar on the screen until you get up and move around. And second, it uses a pair of cheap watch batteries for power, which can last for up to a year with zero maintenance. That’s one less thing to recharge at night.

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As long as you don’t mind buying a certified refurb, today’s $30 deal is about $20 less than usual, while supplies last.


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