Black Friday has gone but you still have Cyber Monday to pick up a great deal on a fitness tracker or Fitbit. There are so many options to save money this year, it's hard to keep track of every deal going.
You can expect Fitbits, Jawbones and Garmin trackers to get a price slash from the likes of Amazon, BestBuy and Currys PC World among the retailers to get in on the Black Friday action this year.
So which fitness trackers and sports watches are up for grabs? We've picked out get the Cyber Monday treatment in 2016 and also look at the features you might have to sacrifice to get one on the cheap.
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Garmin Vivosmart HR+
Our Fitness Tracker of the Year, the Vivosmart HR+ is a fantastic option for runners. There's a heart rate monitor, built-in GPS and a sizeable screen to view progress in real time. There's also smartphone notification support and plenty of battery life too.
$119.99 (down from $199.99) | Get deal (limited availability)
Cyber Monday US fitness tracker deals
Fitness tracker shoppers rejoice, from Thursday 24 November, Fitbit will be launching its own five-day sale. There are big deals on nearly every tracker in the range, and they stand up to everything the likes of Amazon or Best Buy have to offer. The price cuts are as follows:
Fitbit Charge 2: $129.95 (down from $149.95) | Get deal
Fitbit Flex 2: $89.95 (down from $99.95) | Get deal
Fitbit Alta: $99.95 (down from $129.95) | Get deal
Fitbit Blaze: $169.95 (down from $199.95) | Get deal
Fitbit Surge: $219.95 (down from $249.95) | Get deal
Like Fitbit, Misfit has rolled out its own collection of Cyber Monday deals and it covers the entire range of fitness trackers. That includes the stylish Misfit Ray (pictured above) as well as the cycling friendly Misfit Flash. Here's our pick of the best deals.
Misfit Ray: $69.99 (down from $99.99) | Get deal
Misfit Shine 2: $69.99 (down from $99.99) | Get deal
Misfit Shine 2 Swimmer's Edition: $83.99 (down from $119.99) | Get deal
Swarovski Activity Crystal Vio Pendant Set: $169 (down from $249) | Get deal
Misfit Flash $11.99 (down from $29.99) | Get deal
Flash Cyclist Edition $19.99 (down from $49.99) | Get deal
Samsung Gear Fit2
Samsung's fitness tracker and smartwatch hybrid builds on the original Gear Fit by adding in GPS, music storage and improved smartwatch notification support. It still retains that beautiful display, but be warned iOS users, this is one wearable that's for the Android crew only.
$149.99 (down from $179.99) | Get deal
Under Armour Band
We weren't exactly blown away with the UA Band, but with a pretty big discount, it's a decent all-round fitness tracker that packs a great software platform, will measure heart rate and deliver notifications from your phone.
$79 (down from $180) | Get deal
This is the original Garmin Vivofit, so you'll miss out on automatic activity detection. But you still get the same long battery life, 24/7 activity tracking, waterproof design, Move inactivity bar and step counting that adapts depending on your progress.
$39.99 (down from $49.99) | Get deal
Garmin vivofit Jr
Based on Garmin's budget Vivofit tracker, the Vivofit Jr is aimed at four to nine year olds and tracks steps, sleep and activity. The aim is to get kids moving for 60 minutes a day, what Garmin refers to as a 'daily play goal'. It's 5 ATM water resistant as well so swim friendly and comes with year long battery life.
$49.99 (down from $79.99) | Get deal
Cyber Monday US sports watch deals
The TomTom Spark might lack the route exploration featured in the newer Spark 3 but it still has all the great features that makes it one of our running watch faves. There's GPS tracking, a built-in music player and it doubles as a fitness tracker too.
$89.99 (down from $149.99) | Get deal
Garmin Forerunner 230
The Garmin Forerunner 230 is the Forerunner 235 minus the built-in optical heart rate sensor. It's still a great GPS running watch with smart notification support, 24/7 activity tracking and plenty of battery life.
$179.99 (down from $249.99) | Get deal
Garmin Fenix 3 HR
The Fenix 3 HR is one of Garmin's top end GPS watches that let's you track everything from running to fishing all packaged in a rugged, outdoor-friendly design. It also has the added bonus of a heart rate monitor so you can get that extra layer of biometric data.
$399.99 (down from $599.99) | Get deal
Garmin Vivoactive HR
Garmin's sporty smartwatch is packed with multiple sports tracking modes including running, cycling and swimming. The Vivoactive HR also packs inactivity tracking and smart notification support plus, it throws a heart rate sensor into the mix to tap into even more fitness data post workout.
$169.74 (down from $249) | Get deal
Garmin Forerunner 630
The Forerunner 630 is the daddy of Garmin's new running watches giving hardcore runners advanced running analytics, smartwatch-inspired features and access to Garmin's own Connect IQ app store. We were big fans, and this is a great deal on one of the best GPS running watches you can buy.
$279.99 (down from $449.99) | Get deal
Garmin Forerunner 920XT
The Forerunner 920XT is the ageing relative of the new 735XT, but it's still a great watch for triathletes. The all-rounder supports multiple sports tracking modes and includes Live Tracking, autosync and smartphone notifications from the watch.
$249.99 (down from $499.99) | Get deal
Cyber Monday UK fitness tech deals
The Fitbit Blaze is the most watch-like of the family of trackers and you swap out the frames and the straps to mix up the look. It's also the only Fitbit that offers step-by-step workouts you can follow on the touchscreen display.
£132.99 (down from £159.99) | Get deal
Bargain basement prices reign on this classic Fitbit, which is still a good option for people who just want a basic step and sleep tracker. You can bag it for just £37.99 but that price only gets you one of the more garish colours on Amazon.
£37.99 (down from £59.99) | Get deal
The TomTom Spark is one of our running watch faves, even with the recent arrival of Spark 3. It has many of the same features, so you still get a built-in music player, speedy GPS and the best optical heart rate monitors we've tested. The price below is for the large strap version, but you can also pick up one with a small strap for £146, which is still a bargain.
£119.99 (down from £249.99) | Get deal
Garmin Vivofit 3
The Vivofit 3 is Garmin's no frills fitness tracker that'll count and measure steps, distance, calories and automatically track sleep. The onboard accelerometer can also measure treadmill running as well.
£54.99 (down from £89.99) | Get deal
Garmin Forerunner 235
This is a pretty good deal on the Forerunner 235, Garmin's first running watch to pack in an optical heart rate sensor. So it means you can ditch the chest strap. You get all of Garmin's extensive running metrics and some pretty impressive notification support that means it'll double as a pretty decent smartwatch as well.
£199.99 (down from £279.99) | Get deal
There's some Black Friday love for Misfit fans in the UK with some pretty decent discounts across the range. Whether you want a budget fitness tracker or something a little more sleek, there's some good deals to check out. Here's our pick of the best.
Misfit Ray: £55.99 (down from £79.99) | Get deal
Misfit Shine 2: £55.99 (down from £79.99) | Get deal
Swarovski Activity Crystal Slake Set: £99 (down from £155) | Get deal
Misfit Flash £15 (down from £25) | Get deal
The Jawbone UP2 remains one of the best looking options to track your steps and sleep. Plus, you can wear them in the shower. It's the insightful UP software that we highly commended at the Wareable Tech Awards that the Jawbone ecosystem really earns its plaudits.
£34 (down from £89.99) | Get deal
Wahoo Tickr Run heart rate monitor
Wahoo's Tickr heart rate monitor is ideal for those who run with their phone that want to add heart rate data into their fitness mix. The chest strap syncs up with app which offers its own training programme, and is also compatible with most leading fitness apps.
£64.99 (down from £79.99) | Get deal
Alex is a posture tracker that tries to fix your posture from the neck and will coach you to prevent that bad form. It raised big bucks on Kickstarter and Indiegogo and now you can buy it for around the same price as rival posture trackers.
£59 (down from £79) | Get deal