If you're shopping for a cheap Fitbit deal to help get you fit in 2020, you're in luck. The stand out deal at the moment is on the Fitbit Charge 3, which has just been reduced by $50, taking it down to its Black Friday record low price. There's also a great $50 saving on the Fitbit Versa 2.
If you're considering a Fitbit, the company is synonymous with fitness trackers - and for good reason. It practically defined the product category and has released some of the finest wearables of the past few years. It does far more than simple fitness trackers these days, broadening out into fully-fledged smartwatches with the Ionic and Versa range.
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Across the current range of Inspire, Charge, Versa and Ionic devices, Fitbit now has wearables that meet the needs of just starting out in fitness or if you're looking to go to the next level.
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The Charge series has always been Fitbit's most popular device - and for good reason. The Charge 3 is a great value fitness tracker, delivering the company's famed activity and sleep tracking, automatic exercise recognition, and allowing Connected GPS when you do want to go for an outdoor run.
The Fitbit Versa 2 is Fitbit's newest device. It adds Alexa support so you have Amazon's digital assistant direct from your wrist, as well as a new Spotify app.
The Ionic is currently Fitbit's top-end smartwatch and the only Fitbit to have built-in GPS. That means if you want more accurate distance and pace tracking without bringing along your phone, the Ionic is your best bet.
The Ionic run's Fitbit OS and has access to apps and Fitbit Coach as well as having onboard storage for your music.
The Fitbit Versa Lite is the cheaper alternative to the regular Fitbit Versa. To shave down the price, you do miss out on some features such as onboard storage, but if you're on the market for a budget-friendly smartwatch you might well find the compromises worthwhile.
The Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR are now the two entry-level models in Fitbit's range, and both bring the best features of the Flex and Alta devices they replace.
As you would expect, the big difference between the two is the more expensive Inspire HR also includes a heart rate monitor. There are other differences, however. The most notable is that the Inspire HR supports Connected GPS as well, meaning you can piggyback your phone's GPS for distance and pace data.
If you're after new straps for your Fitbit to make it your own, we've rounded up some of the best options for the Fitbit Charge 3, Fitbit Versa, Fitbit Ionic, Fitbit Alta and Fitbit Inspire for you below.
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