eBay UK has the first discount on the new Fitbit Versa 2

Fitbit's latest smartwatch gets a surprising saving
Save £20 on the Fitbit Versa 2
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Readers in the UK can currently treat themselves to a tidy £20 discount on the brand new Fitbit Versa 2 - the first time this new smartwatch has had any kind of saving.

The discount is courtesy of eBay UK, which is offering 10% off selected items. To get this 10% discount, simply use the code PLEASED at checkout. After this you'll see £20 taken off the price.

eBay UK: Fitbit Versa 2 - Save £20
eBay UK: Fitbit Versa 2 - Save £20

Considering the Fitbit Versa 2 only just came out earlier in September, this is a pretty rare opportunity to pick it up below its £199.99 RRP. The eBay UK discount code will also only be valid until 23:59 28 September, so you haven't got long to take advantage.

eBay UK has the first discount on the new Fitbit Versa 2

For anyone unaware, the Fitbit Versa 2 is Fitbit's newest smartwatch to hit the market. Its biggest addition is bring Amazon's Alexa digital assistant to your wrist, so if you're living in a home full of Amazon Echos and the like, it's another convenient way to interact.

We gave the Fitbit Versa 2 a 4/5 review, stating "Alexa is the star of the show here, but it’s the small improvements in the design and software that really make the Versa 2 feel like a leap ahead."

eBay UK: Fitbit Versa 2 - Save £20
eBay UK: Fitbit Versa 2 - Save £20

Using this discount code, you can save 10% off other Fitbit devices, all of which you can see here. But the Fitbit Versa 2 is by far the pick of the bunch.

Again, don't hang around if you're keen to pick up the Versa 2 with a surprisingly early discount, as you only have until tomorrow before the discount code expires. If you're in the US and after a Fitbit discount, be sure to check out our Fitbit deals hub.


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