Do you find the Apple Watch distracting but still want a fitness tracker? The immensely popular Oura Ring is on sale for Black Friday at Best Buy, and it's the most discrete fitness tracker you'll ever find.
Available in multiple finishes, including black, silver, gold, and rose gold, you'll find up to $70 off the Oura Ring Gen 3.
The Oura sits around your finger, tracking your resting heart rate, blood oxygen, daily steps, and sleep. The best bit? It's a beautiful ring that will stand out as a piece of jewelry rather than a piece of tech.
The Oura ring is a fascinating fitness tracker that blends the tech world with style in a way that not even the Apple Watch can. The Oura gets up to seven days of battery life and is made from titanium, like the iPhone 15 Pro, so it'll withstand the test of time.
If you're interested in trying a different kind of fitness tracker, then Black Friday is the perfect time to give the Oura a go. If you'd rather opt for an Apple Watch this Black Friday, the best Black Friday Apple Watch deals will give you big discounts on the best smartwatch on the planet. So whether you're looking for a watch or a ring this Black Friday, there's a deal for you.
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