Buy The Fitbit Versa For Just £140 Before Midnight

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Fitbits just keep getting cheaper and cheaper. The new Inspire HR offers the best of Fitbit’s features for under £100, and the new Fitbit Versa Lite is a cheaper version of the fitness tracking brand’s second generation-smartwatch at £150.

But in our opinion two deals today beat both of those for value. The Fitbit Versa is reduced by 30% in Amazon’s spring sale (opens in new tab) to £140.99 – that’s the cheapest we’ve ever seen it and if you’ve been considering buying a smartwatch we’d recommend taking the plunge. The Charge 3 special edition is discounted by a similar 27% to £109. Don’t hang around though – both deals are only available on 9th April.

The Versa is a slick device with a bright full-colour screen, a battery that we found stretches to six days, excellent sports tracking for the casual gym-goer, runner or swimmer, and a heart rate monitor that powers the best of Fitbit’s features.

With the Versa you get music storage and streaming on your wrist, the facility to make contactless payments with Fitbit Pay, an altimeter to keep count of the floors you’ve climbed and the ability to track lengths swum in the pool – none of which are on the Versa Lite. All of that and you save £10!

Buy the Fitbit Versa from Amazon (opens in new tab) | £140.99 (Fitbit RRP £199.99)

If you were hoping to spend a little less, Amazon’s second deal today on the Fitbit Charge 3 special editions should suit. The online retailer has taken 27% off the £149.99 price, knocking Fitbit’s best tracker that’s not a smartwatch down to £109. At that price we’d recommend spending the extra £20 to upgrade from the Inspire HR. That extra cash affords you an altimeter, a larger screen and better battery life. It will also allow you to set and send quick message replies if you’re using an Android phone. And because it’s the special edition you also get Fitbit Pay and the choice of one of two premium straps.

Buy the Fitbit Charge 3 special edition from Amazon (opens in new tab) | £109 (Fitbit RRP £149.99)

Jonathan Shannon

Jonathan Shannon has been the editor of the Coach website since 2016, developing a wide-ranging experience of health and fitness. Jonathan took up running while editing Coach and has run a sub-40min 10K and 1hr 28min half marathon. His next ambition is to complete a marathon. He’s an advocate of cycling to work and is Coach’s e-bike reviewer, and not just because he lives up a bit of a hill. He also reviews fitness trackers and other workout gear.