If you're looking to score an amazing deal on a fitness tracker this Cyber Monday, you've got to check out Amazon's offer on the latest Fitbit models.
You really can't go wrong with a Fitbit fitness tracker, whether you're someone who's making healthy lifestyle changes in the new year or a seasoned gym-goer. Each model comes with similar features like real-time step count, heart rate and calorie burn, as well as detailed sleep stats and the option to add your water and nutritional intake for the day. While they might not have the power of a Garmin fitness tracker or an Apple Watch, Fitbit has many of the same functions and (very importantly) doesn't have the same hefty price tag.
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Cyber Monday Fitbit deals
These are all the best deals on Fitbit Versa, Inspire and Charge over Cyber Monday.
Fitbit Versa 2 deals for Cyber Monday
Those looking for something a little more minimalist will love the smooth grey colour of this Fitbit. The Versa 2 also allows users to control playlists from Spotify and Deezer right from their wrist - perfect for those who like to exercise with music.
Fitbit Versa 3 deals
With a battery life of up to six days without a charge, this is the Fitbit Versa 3. Levelling up some of the model 2 features, this one has a built-in GPS so you don't have to have your phone on you to track your distance. It also has in-built breathing exercises for when you need to take a break.
Available in this soft midnight blue colour with a soft gold face, this Fitbit Versa 3 has all the features of the Versa 2 plus more. Monitor heart rate throughout the day, check out your step and calorie-burn count by just flicking your wrist or just glance down with the "always-on" function.
This clay pink hue is ideal for those who want a pop of colour but still want to keep it low-key. It has all the features of the other Versa 3 watches, including a choice of over 40 different activities to choose from so you can get the most relevant stats for your workout.
This soft purple hue Versa 3 Fitbit is now 30% off in the Cyber Monday sale. It has all the best features of the Versa 3, including the ability to listen to and control music on Spotify and Deezer through your watch and up to 6 days power with each full-charge.
Fitbit Inspire Cyber Monday deals
Those looking for a simpler fitness tracker may prefer the Inspire 2. As well as having a more streamlined appearance, the Inspire has 10 days of battery life. It also offers the same Active Zone Minutes and workout intensity maps, along with activity and sleep tracking.
For an even fresher colour, go for the Inspire 2 in Lunar White. Complete with all the classic features of the Fitbit Inspire, it's the perfect fitness tracker for first-time buyers. It has 10-hours battery life and tracks sleep statistics like time spent in light, deep and REM sleep.
Fitbit Charge Cyber Monday deals
The main difference between the Charge and the Inspire is the size. If you're looking for a fitness tracker that makes more of a statement, go for the Charge. It's double the width and about 10g heavier. But it also has a significantly bigger screen so you can see your stats all in one go.
Get the Charge with a Special Edition strap in this Cyber Monday deal. The strap is made of a synthetic material in a grey and black colour, rather than silicone, and it offers all the regular features of the Charge. This includes full-time heart rate, calories burnt and step count tracking.
What's the difference between Versa 2 and Versa 3?
The main difference between a Versa 2 and a Versa 3 is that the newer model has more fitness features, including on-board GPS and in-built breathing exercises.
However, the Versa 2 still has GPS capabilities but uses your phone's GPS to receive it and transmits to the device.
All other fitness features are essentially the same on the two watches. Both have 24/7 heart rate tracking and the ability to monitor your step count throughout the day. Additionally, they both have over 20 workout modes - everything from the cross-trainer to rock climbing - and an auto-tracking feature, so you won't lose your workout even if you forget to press 'go'.
Both the Versa 2 and 3 also monitor your sleep and offer a report every day on how many hours of light, deep and REM sleep you had.
In terms of other aspects, such as appearance, they also look the same and come in very similar colours - including black and pink.
What is a Fitbit exactly?
A Fitbit is a fitness tracker that records key heath statistics such as how many steps you've taken, what your heart rate is and how many calories you've burnt as standard. For the Fitbit to work, it has to be on your wrist.
You can record your workouts by selecting an individual activity from a drop-down list or via auto-recognition. The device will record relevant statistics during the exercise like your heart rate zones, how far and fast you've travelled as well as how many calories you've burnt.
You can also wear your Fitbit to bed and track your sleeping patterns. After a night's sleep with the Fitbit, you will be able to see how many hours you've slept during the night broken down into a Sleep Score. This is a daily snapshot of your sleep quality and duration, looking at the times you spent in deep sleep, light sleep and REM sleep. If you enable the feature, it will also set a sleeping pattern for you and remind you to go to bed at a particular time.
As well as the device on your wrist, you have the Fitbit app. This is where you'll be able to see most of your valued statistics like the rundown on your latest workout, your Sleep Score, how many calories you've burnt in a week and more.
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Which is the best Fitbit?
The best Fitbit is the Fitbit Versa 3 due to the super sleek design and superior fitness-tracking features.
The Versa (whether you go for the 2 or 3) has got to be Fitbit's best smartwatch-style fitness tracker but when the Versa 3 came out, it brought some much-anticipated functions with it. Along with having in-built GPS and breathing exercises, as described above, the Versa 3 has all-round improved technology.
Shop Cyber Monday Fitbit Versa 3 deals:
- Black Fitbit Versa 3 - £184 (SAVE £15.99) | Amazon
- Olive Green Fitbit Versa 3 - £159 (SAVE £40) | Curry's
- Clay Pink Fitbit Versa 3 - £154.99 (SAVE £45) | Amazon
- Midnight Blue Fitbit Versa 3 - £185 (SAVE £14.99) | Amazon
The heart-rate tracking feature is new and improved, manufacturers say, to keep a more accurate reading of exercise intensity and there's now an always-on screen. For those who've had other Fitbit models and found it annoying to flick their wrist to activate the screen, this is a particularly welcome feature.
As a Fitbit is primarily a fitness-tracking device, the additions to the Versa 3 are primarily fitness-orientated. In the newer version, there's more support for active zone minutes. This is the amount of time spent doing heart-pumping activities like cardio, such as HIIT workouts. If the main idea behind buying a Fitbit is fitness for you, this is a calculated statistic that will likely be of interest.
However, the Fitbit Versa 3 is great for day-to-day wear too. It's stylish and subtle (even in the brighter colours), allows notifications and incoming calls and offers a contactless payment option for those who don't want an Apple Watch or don't use an iPhone.
Is Fitbit really worth it?
Absolutely! Yes, a Fitbit is worth the money. Whether you buy one at full price or take advantage of the amazing deals on Cyber Monday, we reckon that a Fitbit will always be worth the money.
Fitness trackers like the Fitbit Versa 2 and 3 are great for those who:
- Like statistics related to their health, i.e. how many calories burnt through the day
- Want to do more exercise and need external motivation to do so, i.e. a daily step goal
- Don't want to pay serious £££ for an A