Deal: Fitbit Inspire HR hits its lowest price in the UK for one day only

Grab Fitbit's budget-friendly tracker for its cheapest price yet
Fitbit Inspire HR drops to lowest price

The Fitbit Inspire range has only been out a short while, and now it's just dropped to its lowest price yet from Amazon. If you act fast you can save a sizeable £21 off the usual price, bringing it down to just £68.99, its cheapest price yet. Be quick, though, as this is a one day only deal.

Amazon: Fitbit Inspire HR - Save £21
Amazon: Fitbit Inspire HR - Save £21

This beats the previous low price set by Amazon during its one-day Bank Holiday sale, so if you missed out that time you'll not want to pass up on this rare discount.

The Inspire HR supports Fitbit's usual array of activity and sleep tracking features as well as basic smartwatch functions letting you get your notifications from your wrist.

Of course, it's a heart rate monitor that separates the Inspire HR from the cheaper plain Inspire. Beyond keeping an eye on your ticker throughout the day and during exercise, Fitbit also uses your heart rate for its more advanced Sleep Stages sleep tracking.

The Fitbit Inspire HR received 4 out of 5 in our review where we concluded: "The Fitbit Inspire HR doesn't break new ground in terms of what a fitness tracker is capable of. What it does do is bring us a tracker that is supremely good value for money. It's well built, and showcases some of Fitbit's best features in an affordable package."

Amazon: Fitbit Inspire HR - Save £21
Amazon: Fitbit Inspire HR - Save £21

Again, this deal will only stick around for one day so be sure to snap it up before it's gone. For our US readers, be sure to check out our Fitbit deals hub for offers relevant to you.


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