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Get an Oura Smart Ring for $50 Off Before Black Friday Ends

The Gen 3 Oura Smart Ring is $50 off until Nov. 28 and provides various health tracking features.

Max McHone
2 min read
A gold Oura smart ring against an orange background surrounded by presents.

When it comes to Black Friday 2022, there is a wide variety of deals beyond your typical phones, laptops and TVs. There are actually some great discounts on products that can help you improve your health. One of those deals is on the Oura Gen 3 Ring, which is like a fitness tracker you wear on your finger. Oura is offering $50 off select colors of its Gen 3 Ring, which brings that price down to $399 for the stealth variant and $449 for the gold variant. This deal is exclusive to the Black Friday season ending on November 28, so if you're interested, you should act soon.

Smart wearables like Fitbits or the Apple Watch have gotten more popular and more advanced over the years. And that means bulky watches aren't the only options out there at the moment. 

The Gen 3 Ring might look like a simple piece of jewelry while you're wearing it, but one glimpse at the inside loop lets you know that this is a seriously advanced piece of tech. It's equipped with multiple sensors and provides detailed health data and metrics, including your heart rate, stress levels, body temperatures, sleep patterns and much more. It generates a daily readiness score based on your activity that lets you know when you should be heading to the gym or taking a rest day. And thanks to its impressive seven-day battery life and fast charging capabilities, you almost never have to take it off so you're getting a consistent stream of data. It's also water-resistant up to 100 meters, so you don't even have to worry about wearing it in the pool or shower.

In his review after wearing the Oura Ring 3 for six months, CNET's Scott Stein said, "I love the daily sleep and wellness scanning of Oura's ring, because it's exactly the type of analysis that's missing from the Apple Watch." And not that more evidence of this thing being awesome is needed, but our own Lisa Eadicicco compared Oura's results to the sleep tracking features on an Apple Watch and captured a ton of great data.

If you prefer a more traditional smartwatch or fitness tracker, you can check out our roundups of all the best Fitbit and Apple Watch deals as well. 

The information contained in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as health or medical advice. Always consult a physician or other qualified health provider regarding any questions you may have about a medical condition or health objectives.