The Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR have never been cheaper

Grab either of these fitness trackers for peanuts
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Fitbit was in the news recently for being acquired by Google and you can see why Google would want to pick up the company for $2.1bn. Fitbit is synonymous with fitness tracking. So if you're looking to pick up a fitness tracker, you'll want either of these deals - both of which have never been cheaper.

Of the two, we'd say it's worth stretching for the Fitbit Inspire HR (we awarded it 4/5 in our review). The added heart rate monitor makes it that much more useful. Still, if your budget doesn't quite stretch, we awarded the Fitbit Inspire a still sold 3/5 score.

Both models are relatively discreet, so if you don't want the world knowing you're keeping an eye on your activity levels they're a good choice. As you would expect, they pack in Fitbit's famed activity tracking during the day, and best-in-class sleep tracking overnight.

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You even get basic smartwatch functionality, letting you mirror your notifications from your paired smartphone. That way you can see called ID or incoming messages without whipping out your phone every five minutes.

The Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR have never been cheaper

As you can see from this price graph, the Inspire HR (and the Inspire) have never been cheaper than they are today. So these are certified bargains.

There's no shortage of Fitbit discounts this Black Friday. So be sure to check out our dedicated hub for record savings on the Charge 3, Versa 2 and whole load more.

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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.

He's now your go to writer for all of the best deals and discounts. You'll otherwise find him powerlifting in a gym somewhere.

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