Invest in your health—or the health of loved ones, with the best deals of the year on the smartest health tech devices to help you track & optimize your whole body health (nutrition, fitness, hydration, sleep and brain health) alongside Basis (we integrate with many of these!)
Wearables are the most important health tracking tool in your arsenal and can automatically and continuously track your steps, heart rate, sleep, HRV and more. If you don't already have one or are looking to upgrade your existing one, there are several great Black Friday deals available this week, from manufacturers like Apple, Garmin, Oura, Fitbit and Samsung.
The Oura ring Black Friday sales will start Thursday at 5 PM EST. Check Oura's official website to see what the deal will be.
$80 OFF on Garmin Instinct Smartwatch at BestBuy
Take $500 off The Mirror package plus free delivery ($750 value) for their best price of the year through 11/29.
Get a $500 discount on the Tempo Studio Starter Package with the promo code SAVEBIG.
Get $300 OFF on the Peloton Bike+ in a rare Black Friday sale from Peloton.
Through Cyber Monday on November 29, you can save $250 on the Tonal machine, bringing the normal $2,995 price down to $2,745.
Most sleep tracking works through wearables that monitor your body movements and heart rate to determine how much time you probably spent awake versus asleep. Here are some of the best non-wearable sleep tracking options if you don't like using wearables during sleep.
Muse S (Gen 2) is $80 OFF through Cyber Monday.
Health tracking doesn't stop at wearables, sleep and fitness trackers. Connected health devices run the gamut from Bluetooth-enabled scales, to continuous glucose monitors and pulse oximeters. They provide health measures and transmit them back to health apps like Basis. Here are some of those best 2021 Black Friday deals.
Save $150 OFF the Withings Big Health Bundle that includes:
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Are you fed up not knowing if you're healthy or not? Having a wearable can give you deep insights as to what you are trying to discover that being information about your sleep, metabolic health and many more. Long gone are the days that you need to see a doctor to fix your health state. Just use your wearable and follow the personalized insights it gives you.