The Fitbit Charge 3 is back down to its Black Friday lowest price

Save a big $50 on this excellent fitness tracker
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If you're looking to take your formative steps into a fitter, healthier you in 2020, then this big saving on the Fitbit Charge 3 has come at just the right time. It's currently had $50 slashed off its price, which just so happens to bring it back down to its lowest price to date, seen during Black Friday.


The Fitbit Charge 3 is Fitbit's most popular fitness tracker and for good reason. It packs in the all-day activity tracking, including automatic exercise recognition, that the company is known for. Pair that with its advanced sleep tracking overnight including Sleep Scores and you have a full overview of your health.

We're big fans of the fitness tracker here at Wareable, awarding the Fitbit Charge 3 a stellar 4/5 review. Alongside the fitness tracking elements, you also get some basic smartwatch functionality in the form of mirrored notifications from your paired smartphone. That way you can keep up to date with notifications, or see who's calling you from your wrist.

If you want a more substantial smartwatch experience, you'll want to consider the Fitbit Versa 2, which happens to be discounted to $149.95 at the moment, too. Both the Fitbit Charge 3 and Versa 2 lack built-in GPS, but the good news is that they can both use the GPS in your phone if you want to go for an outdoor workout and want accurate location and pace data.

Amazon is calling both discounts a 'Limited Time' deal, so be sure to snap them up before they bounce back to their usual higher prices. If you want faster shipping, be sure to take out a free 30-day trial for Amazon Prime, too.


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Before joining Wareable, Richard was Wearables and Fitness editor and then commercial content editor at Trusted Reviews.

He's also written for Expert Reviews and Computer Shopper magazine, covering every aspect of the tech world.

Richard still reviews tech to this day, with a particularly keen interest in where wearables are going around strength performance and conditioning.

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