If you're searching for a fitness tracker, these Fitbit Charge deals should be on your consideration list.
Some of the the best Fitbit deals around, the Charge 4 is a great tracking option if you're looking for a device, and even older models have aged well. Below we've got the best Fitbit Charge deals available right now.
What's so great about a Fitbit, we hear you ask? If you're working on your all-round health and fitness, it can be an incredibly useful bit of kit. The latest models offer so much more than just step-counting, with handy functionality including heart-rate monitoring and GPS-integration, depending on which model you choose.
There's also the option to take out a Fitbit Premium subscription, giving access to workout and nutrition content, mindfulness sessions and deeper seep analysis. You'd be in good company - recent figures show over half a million people have joined the service since it launched last year.
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Fitbit has a formidable range of fitness trackers and the Fitbit Charge 4 is pick of the pile for many who are trying to get in shape. Indeed for many users it is THE best Fitbit you can buy.
If you're already lean and mean then the Fitbit Charge can help you stay that way – it's surprisingly feature packed for such a slim device, and even includes built-in GPS which is a rarity amongst the Fitbit family.
Although the Fitbit Charge 4 is obviously our top pick here, you may be able to get a lower price on preceding models. If you don't need GPS the awesome is still worth a look, if the price is low enough. Our pricing widgets will let you know.
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Fitbit Charge 4
The Fitbit Charge 4 is the newest and, some might say, best addition to the range. If you want the latest in fitness tech, the Fitbit Charge 4 is well worth picking through the deals for.
The touchscreen and general usability are faster and slicker than previous Fitbit bands, and there's both a good quality heart rate monitor and built in GPS. You’ll also get the reassurance of it being waterproof, while the battery is good for 7 days, so it’s got plenty of staying power. NFC lets you make contactless payments, with compatible credit cards, and it makes a good job of handling smartphone notifications as well. Fitbit Charge 4 has the additional appeal of Spotify remote control.
Perhaps the killer feature here is Active Zone Minutes. This means that as well as counting steps and tracking sleep, the Charge 4 also tracks and rewards you for doing really intense exercise. Doctors agree that this is more beneficial than more sedate activity although.
Add it all together and you’ve got one of the best fitness trackers you can buy – it'll be even more impressive if you can bag one as part of a cheap Fitbit Charge 4 deal.
Fitbit Charge 3 deals
Far from being an also-ran alongside the Fitbit Charge 4 you’ll find that there’s still a lot to like about the Fitbit Charge 3, as long as you can get it for well under £100/$100.
Visually and in terms of features, the Fitbit Charge 3 is quite similar to its successor. It has a similar touchscreen, it’s waterproof down to 50 meters, has a battery that lasts up to 7 days, and it has most of the same fitness tracking functions.
What it doesn't have are Active Zone Minutes tracking and GPS, so it could be considered a slightly less serious fitness device overall. Even so, if you don't need GPS or want to know how much intense activity you are managing, Charge 3 might still be worth a look if the price is right.
Fitbit Charge HR deals
The Fitbit Charge HR – often called the Charge 2 – is rather elderly as gadgets go, so it's hardly going to be the best of the Fitbit Charge deals here. But if someone has it at a ridiculously low price, you might want to consider buying.
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