fitbit

May 11

Chapters Indigo Canada: Free Accessories Kit With Fitbit Flex Purchase ($30 Value)

Posted by on May 11, 2014 at 12:00 PM

Chapters Indigo Canada: Free Accessories Kit With Fitbit Flex Purchase ($30 Value)

Purchase the FitBit Flex at Chapters Indigo and receive a free accessories kit valued at $29.95.

The first time I was going to write this deal up, the accessory kits had already gone out of stock. Thankfully, Chapters Indigo Canada has restocked the kits so you can get one free with your purchase.

The FitBit costs $99.95 and is a great way to track your physical activity and set goals. The Fitbit tracks steps, distance, calories burned, and monitors your sleep, waking you with a silent alarm. You can buy the device in black, slate, or lime.

Now, say you buy a slate coloured FitBit and are all like “slate rocks, yo!” and indeed, slate does rock. Sort of a blue-ish grey. But then, one day you are wearing a totally rad outfit (+1 for old slang) and you realize your slate Fitbit is just not cutting the mustard. That is where the free accessories kit comes in. It will give you teal, tangerine, and navy bands for your Fitbit Flex to switch up your colour palette. Choose small or large to fit your wrist.

Get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.

(Expiry: 15th May 2014)

Moose Rating (2 votes)
January 2

FutureShop: Lime Green Fitbit Flex for $80 (Save $20) – Expired

Posted by on January 2, 2014 at 10:30 AM

FutureShop: Lime Green Fitbit Flex for $80 (Save $20)   Expired

Get fit, sleep better and quantify your self with a FitBit Flex from FutureShop!

Groan. Grrooooaaannnn!! I hate the term quantified self and I’m not overly excited about the concept either but there are a pant load, a variable cornucopia, of people who are all up ons the quantified self.

So what is the quantified self, anyway? Basically it’s the concept of knowing everything about your body. How much you weigh, your blood pressure, how many steps you take, how well you sleep and everything else. We’ve been able to get this stuff from doctors for a long time but it’s just recently that sensors have become cheap, good and small enough to get a lot of this info from our phones or wrist bands. Combine it with software for context and you can be fully aware of your health.

Again, I’m not in to this kind of thing yet, but I know a lot of your people have made new years resolutions revolving around your health. The Fitbit Flex is a great way to reach those health goals and, more importantly, keeping yourself accountable.

Shipping is free and, as mentioned earlier, it is only on sale in the lime green. I don’t know why but if colour really matters, maybe you could show this to someone at a physical store and score a different colour. Now, speaking of getting fit, I’m going to go put the head unit back on my treadmill.

(Expires: 5th January 2014)

Moose Rating (1 votes)