Yes, absolutely! Black Friday is a great time to buy a new Fitbit fitness tracker or smartwatch, and we've found deals up to $50 off the latest and greatest devices. In years past, the Fitbit deals were often limited to older stock items, but even the newest Sense, Versa 3, Charge 4, and Inspire 2 devices are being discounted significantly. Don't miss this opportunity to pick up a great fitness tracker at a fantastic price.
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Black Friday week is finally here, and with it comes a deluge of deals on personal tech, including fitness trackers and smartwatches. This year, Fitbit updated its entire line of wearables, from the minimalist Inspire 2 band to the holistic health monitoring Fitbit Sense smartwatch.
There's never been a better time to find fantastic discounts on Fitbit devices, with even the newest products discounted up to $50 off their regular retail prices. In addition to the lowered prices, many of these devices come with six months to a year of free access to Fitbit Premium. Fitbit Premium includes guided workouts, expert advice from nutritionists and trainers, and plans to help you maximize your fitness, nutrition, and sleep. All of this adds up to a compelling combination to help you stay healthy during this holiday season and beyond.
Black Friday is the best time to buy any Fitbit device
Even though we saw many Fitbit devices discounted during last month's Amazon Prime Day, Black Friday means that you can find even more deals at retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, and B&H. Whether it's a more traditional fitness tracker, a replacement band, or a specced out smartwatch, you're sure to save some money on the way to achieving your fitness goals.
If you like a sleek, minimal fitness band, you can't do much better than the new Inspire 2. It has improved heart rate monitoring capabilities, an impressive 10-day battery life, and it comes with a full year of free access to Fitbit Premium!
Earlier this year, Fitbit released this update to its popular Charge lineup, and it ticked nearly all of the boxes that fans wanted from previous versions. The Charge 4 added Fitbit Pay on all models and onboard GPS, and seven-day battery life.
The Charge 4 Special Edition includes a bonus nylon band, but otherwise has all the same features as the regular Charge 4.
The Fitbit Versa 3 is the newest edition in Fitbit's most popular smartwatch line. It still offers remarkable six-day battery life and Amazon Alexa access, but it also adds onboard GPS and Google Assistant access. You can now track Active Zone Minutes and store and play music from Deezer and Pandora (not to mention controlling your Spotify playlists). Oh, and did we mention that the Versa 3 comes with a six-month trial of Fitbit Premium?
Jeramy is proud to help *Keep Austin Weird* and loves hiking in the hill country of central Texas with a breakfast taco in each hand. When he's not writing about smart home gadgets and wearables, he's defending his relationship with his smart voice assistants to his family. You can follow him on Twitter at @jeramyutgw.
Sorry, I don't know what FitBit's percentage is of defective units, because I'm on my THIRD Versa 2 since September 2019 and I'm going to have my current replaced AGAIN because of have 'Poltergeist' like screen flickering and static. This will be the last time I get it replaced and if the next one starts up the same thing, I'm switching over to a Samsung.
As much as I've enjoyed my original Versa and Versa 2, I'll probably opt for a smart watch from Withings now that FB is owned by Google. If you need one, Withings is having amazing Black Friday sales right now
I have a Fitbit Charge 3 and love it.....Charge 4 for 100.00?.....grab it!
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