Deal: The Fitbit Versa is down to just $169.99 and it's not even Prime Day yet

Save $30 on the Fitbit Versa if you don't want to wait for Prime Day

If you're after the excellent Fitbit Versa, Amazon has again taken $30 off the if you're after the Peach/Rose Gold model. There's $10 off, and then a further $20 taken off at checkout. Considering we're still weeks away from Prime Day 2019, this is a great deal if you don't want to wait.

Fitbit's second attempt at a fully-fledged smartwatch was well-received by us at Wareable, with the Fitbit Versa earning a 4/5 review, and it's proven a hit with consumers, too.

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A big part of its appeal is its more attractive design over the Fitbit Ionic. It certainly comes across as a more unisex smartwatch than its predecessor.

It still features the majority of the features of its more expensive Ionic counterpart, too, with the same apps and smartwatch features, alongside Fitbit's excellent fitness and sleep tracking.

The main omission is built-in GPS, but Connected GPS means you can bring your smartphone along and piggyback its GPS location tracking for your outdoor workouts.

Deal: Amazon's Fitbit limited time deal takes $30 off the Fitbit Versa

Our review concluded: "Were it not for the lack of GPS, the Versa would be the smartwatch the Ionic should have been. It looks better and yet does most of the same things for two thirds of the price. For Android users, who can't use the Apple Watch, the Versa is especially appealing."

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Amazon has since launched the Fitbit Versa Lite, which removes the 4GB onboard storage for music and on-screen workouts in order to hit a lower price point.

As with most of Amazon's discounts, it's not clear how long this deal will last. Be sure to snap it up on discount before it goes back up to its usual $199 price.

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