Fitbits are currently 35% off on Amazon - but be quick!

Perfect for that New Year's health kick

Tech gifts always seem to be some of the most well-received, and if you’ve been holding out for a bargain we’ve got your back; Fitbit watches are currently 36 per cent off as part of Amazon’s regular daily dealer. The online retailer has slashed the price of thousands of buys, and we’ve scoured through them all to pick out the ones worth investing in… and it doesn’t get much better than this offering.

The Fitbit Versa has been reduced from £199.99 to £127.99, and if you order now it’ll arrive ASAP. The bestseller comes with sleep tracking to monitor when you’re in a light or deep slumber, plus connects to GPS via your phone, for real-time run stats.

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Fitbit Versa, was £199.99, now £127.99, Amazon


It may only be a small little thing, but it also comes with other smart experiences including Strava, Uber, Fitbit Pay and music. You can even set up notifications from your phone so all you need to do is give your wrist a quick glance to know what’s going on.

The gadget has over 2,000 Amazon reviews, with many shoppers giving it a five-star rating. One wrote: “It's extraordinarily hard to dislike the Fitbit versa. It doesn't set out to be a smartwatch, although it does have smartwatch features e.g it'll vibrate/notify you of an incoming SMS/iMessage. But if you're like me, and go walking, running, do martial arts, or swim, then you'll seriously want to consider the Fitbit.”

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And the best part? The strap is interchangeable, so you can swap it over to personalise.


Fitbit Versa, was £199.99, now £127.99, Amazon


If that’s not up your street, Amazon has plenty of other bargains, including Echo Dots and beauty buys. We’ve rounded up the best below, but be quick - they don’t last for long.


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