Amazfit’s GTR 4 is down to its best price of the year

Smartwatches like the Apple Watch Series 9 and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Classic are some of the best on the market. Yet, at almost $400, they’re not for everybody, especially since you’ll need to be tapped into a particular operating system to make the most of either wearable.

Thankfully, for everybody else, there’s the platform-agnostic Amazfit GTR 4, which is currently on sale at Amazon, Best Buy, and Amazfit’s online storefront for $169.99 ($30 off). That’s the best price we’ve seen it go for so far this year and only $10 shy of its all-time low, which we last saw during the holidays.

From period tracking to monitoring your heart rate, sleep, stress, and SpO2 levels, the GTR 4 offers an impressive feature set for $170 — which is why it’s our top fitness tracker pick and our favorite budget Android watch. It includes multiband GPS and a crisp OLED display — both somewhat rare at this price point — along with more than 150 sports modes and the ability to withstand up to 50 meters of water pressure. The long-lasting smartwatch also supports Amazon Alexa, turn-by-turn navigation, and, of course, both Android and iOS.

Speaking of excellent budget-friendly fitness gadgets, Anker’s workout-friendly Soundcore Sport X10 are on sale at Amazon and Walmart in black for $49.99 ($30 off), matching their all-time low. Both retailers are also offering them in other shades for $5 more.

Like the Amazfit GTR 4, the Soundcore Sport X10 offer a lot of value for the price. Along with great sound, the wireless earbuds deliver powerful bass and eight hours of battery life on a single charge. Their flexible, wraparound ear loops are also designed to stay in place during vigorous workouts, and they’re built to withstand sweaty workout sessions and runs thanks to their IPX7 rating for sweat and water resistance. The fact they offer 22 EQ settings via the Soundcore app and a helpful transparency mode to clue you in on your surroundings just adds to their feature-packed appeal.

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