The Fitbit Versa 2 is back to its lowest price ever with stock in time for Christmas

It's back at its record low Black Friday price
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If you're struggling for a Christmas gift for your loved ones looking to get fitter, the Fitbit Versa 2 should be high on your shopping list. Even more so now that it's now gone back down to its Black Friday record low price of just $129.95. That's a saving of $70 on this newly-released Fitbit smartwatch.

Most of the color options are still available, and the vast majority have delivery times ahead of Christmas. But be sure to check first. If you're in any doubt about delivery, be sure to order with Prime for faster delivery, too. If you're not already a Prime subscriber, just take out a 30-day free trial.

Considering the Fitbit Versa 2 was only released a few months ago, a big 35% saving isn't something to be passed up. For reference, the older and less feature rich Fitbit Versa Lite is currently on sale for $99.95, so $30 more for the latest and greatest Fitbit smartwatch is worthwhile.

So what do you get over the Fitbit Versa Lite (and the original Fitbit Versa)? Well, the biggest addition is bringing Amazon's Alexa to your wrist. That goes some way to explaining Amazon's big discount as it now means you can rely on Alexa for everything from information to controlling your smart home.

If you're already heavily reliant on an Echo speaker in your day-to-day life, you'll benefit from having Alexa able to take your commands wherever you are and without shouting across the room.

There's also a new Spotify app and other software improvements including the debut of Sleep Score, Smart Wake, Sleep Mode and the Estimated Oxygen Variation Graph features.

The price has never been better on a Fitbit Versa 2, so if you want to win some points this Christmas, it's a great gift idea but a price that likely won't stick around for very long.

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