A Fitbit Ionic for only $119.99 is ridiculously good value

A renewed Fitbit Ionic is down to its lowest ever price
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Unbelievably, Amazon has dropped the price of a renewed Fitbit Ionic to just $119.99. That's the lowest price it's ever been and cheaper than the Fitbit Versa Lite and even the Fitbit Charge 3. That's a seriously good price for Fitbit's top-end fitness smartwatch.

Products sold as renewed are covered by Amazon Renewed Guarantee, which means it works and looks just like new. They also come with a 90-day guarantee. Considering a renewed model is currently $106.93 cheaper than a new model, that sounds reasonable if you don't mind a generic box.

Considering you're getting a GPS-packing smartwatch, it's incredible value at $119.99. The Fitbit Ionic is the only current device from Fitbit with GPS built in, with others instead relying on your paired smartphone for more accurate distance and pace tracking.

There's also Fitbit's PurePulse heart rate monitor and storage onboard for your music. Fitbit Pay is also included for contactless payments. The Ionic also has more stamina than the average smartwatch, with 4-5 days of battery life.

This is by far the best price we've seen a Fitbit Ionic, so as long as you don't mind buying renewed you're getting an absolute bargain. We doubt you'll see a price as good as this even for Fitbit Black Friday next month.

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