Save over $90 with the best Prime Day Fitbit deals
Count steps, not pennies, with the best Prime Day Fitbit deals
Count your steps, track your heart rate and save some serious money with the best Prime Day Fitbit deals.
These nifty bits of wrist-worn kit have the power to help you boost your activity levels, increasing your NEAT and total daily calorie burn as a result. The best fitness trackers will also provide real-time feedback on a multitude of health metrics, including everything from your breathing rate and heart rate variability to skin temperature oxygen saturation levels.
In this month’s Prime Day sale event, taking place on Tuesday October 11 and Wednesday October 12, you can save over $80 on some of the best Fitbits on the market, from the feature-filled Sense to the affordable Luxe. You can even pick up the Fitbit Charge 5, one of the brand’s newest and most popular models, for under $120. Plenty of deals are already live, too, so you don't need to wait until Tuesday.
So if you want to strap a new Fitbit around your wrist, strap in. Our fitness writers have taken a deep dive into the Amazon Prime Day sales to find the best Fitbit deals, so you can snap up a premium fitness tracker without the premium price.
Best Prime Day Fitbit deals
Fitbit Charge 5 |
Was $149.95 | Now $119 (save 21%)
Only released last year, the Fitbit Charge 5 is jam-packed with fancy features to help you boost your health and wellness. Of course it comes with Fitbit’s customary step-counting and move goals to help you increase your daily movement levels, but it also goes much further. Our fitness team were impressed with how Fitbit fits a GPS, ECG sensor and even an EDA stress sensor into this compact band. Now you can save over $30 on this already-affordable fitness tracker, down from $149.95 to $119.
Fitbit Sense |
Was $299.95 | Now $200 (save 33%)
Having tested a wide range of Fitbit fitness trackers, this was our fitness writers’ favorite thanks to its beautiful display, slimline design and six-day battery life. Not only is it (in our opinion) the best Fitbit, it also has the biggest discount we could find this Prime Day too, with its price cut down to $208.85 - saving you just shy of $100.
Fitbit Inspire 2 |
Was $99.95 | Now $56.84 (save 43%)
Fancy a Fitbit for under $60? Then you’re in luck. The Fitbit Inspire 2 currently benefits from a 43% discount, sending the price plummeting from $99.95 to $56.84. The thin, discreet band is ideal for those who don’t want the bulk of a watch-like fitness tracker. But it still boasts a small screen, so you can check your sleep performance, heart rate, steps, estimated daily calorie burn and more at a glance.
Fitbit Versa 3 |
Was $229.95 | Now $157.50
Fitbit has just announced the Versa 4, so the older Versa 3 model is now available at a much more respectable price. Despite this, it still packs in all of Fitbit's excellent features, include heart rate tracking, sleep monitoring and more.
Fitbit Versa 2 |
Was $149.95 | Now $130.90 (save 13%)
If the Versa 3 sounds great, but seems slightly too pricey for your liking, its predecessor might be the right option for you. Now down to $130.90, the Fitbit Versa 2 shares many of the same features as its younger brother such as sleep tracking and a myriad of health metrics. The biggest difference is that the older model doesn’t have an in-built GPS, so you’ll need to link to your phone to map your runs.
Fitbit Luxe |
Was $129.95 | Now $87.00 (save 33%)
The luxe lifestyle holds plenty of allure, but we’re sometimes put off by its premium price tags. Luckily, the Fitbit Luxe offers a slice of the high life at a more affordable cost, especially now it’s been reduced from $129.95 to $87 in the Prime Day sale. It’s Fitbit’s smallest tracker, and probably the most fashion-savvy too, but will still deliver most of the health metrics we associate with the popular brand.
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Harry Bullmore is a fitness writer covering everything from reviews to features for LiveScience, T3, TechRadar, Fit&Well and more. So, whether you’re looking for a new fitness tracker or wondering how to shave seconds off your 5K PB, chances are he’s written something to help you improve your training.
When not writing, he’s most likely to be found experimenting with a wide variety of training methods in his home gym or trying to exhaust his ever-energetic puppy.
Prior to joining Future, Harry wrote health and fitness product reviews for publications including Men’s Health, Women’s Health and Runner’s World. Before this, he spent three years as a news reporter with work in more than 70 national and regional newspapers.
By Robert Lea