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Fitbit Sense 2 Price Slashed to Just $80 in Early Black Friday Deal (Update: Expired)

Score a huge $220 off the 2022 smartwatch while you can.

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Update: It looks like this deal has now expired, with the price returning to the same $200 Black Friday price being offered at other retailers. Be sure to stay tuned to CNET Deals for all the best deals as they happen.

Fitbit announced a slate of new devices earlier this year and you can already score a stellar deal on one of its latest smartwatches ahead of Black Friday. The updated Fitbit Sense 2 is down to a shockingly low price of $80 at Amazon right now, a discount of $220. It's unclear if this is a pricing error or a steep sale, but it goes without saying that this is the lowest we have seen the new device go and it's well worth locking in this low price while you can.

Fitbit makes some of the best fitness trackers on the market and, though the company is now a part of Google, is continuing to release products under the popular Fitbit brand. Google just launched its own-brand Pixel Watch this fall, though the latest Fitbit devices continue to offer support for iOS as well as Android which is one key differentiator.

The new Sense 2 offers a thinner and lighter design with six-day battery life. A new type of sensor tech that Google and Fitbit are calling "continuous electrodermal activity," or cEDA, has been added that can look for possible signs of stress while heart rate, sleep and activity tracking are all still on board. New Google features like Google Wallet and turn-by-turn Google Maps are expected as updates in the fall, too.