Deal: Walmart is selling the Fitbit Ionic for just $156

A supremely low price for Fitbit's top-end smartwatch
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If the Slate Blue and Burnt Orange color variant of the Fitbit Ionic takes your fancy, then this deal from Walmart drops the price almost all the way down to 50% of the Ionic's launch price. As the only Fitbit with built-in GPS, the Fitbit Ionic is a great choice for outdoor exercise and now for a fantastically low price.

Now is a good time to get the Ionic on your wrist, too, as it's just been improved by finally utilizing its spO2 sensor for estimated blood oxygen variation while you sleep. This can be a way to identify breathing issues while you sleep.

Read this: Fitbit Estimated Oxygen Variation explained

Of course, the Ionic packs in the all-day activity and sleep tracking Fitbit is famed for, with the aforementioned GPS to more accurately track distance and pace for your outdoor runs and cycling. There's a heart rate monitor as well.

Deal: Walmart is selling the Fitbit Ionic for just $156

If your bank supports it, Fitbit Pay is also present for convenient contactless payment and built-in storage for your music. Just pair some Bluetooth headphones for tunes while you workout. All of these mean that you have the ability to leave your smartphone and wallet behind while going out for a run.

To round out the smartwatch convenience, there are Fitbit apps and notifications from your smartphone. Find out more about this smartwatch in our Fitbit Ionic review. If you end up picking up this discounted Fitbit Ionic, be sure to check out our freshly updated Fitbit guide to help you get the most out of your new smartwatch.

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