Best fitness deals and wearable offers for Cyber Monday 2016 including Fitbit, Garmin, Withings and more

We've got all the wearable and other fitness-related tech a guy or gal could need

Looking to get fit before 2016's festive blowout? We've got all the wearable and other fitness-related tech you need.

• The best Apple Watch deals 

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Probably deal of the day in wearables, is £20 off a Fitbit Charge 2 at Currys/PC World, making it £109.99. Yeah, it's not a huge discount, but the Charge 2 is probably the best tracker you can get.

Amazon, meanwhile, has up to 40% off proper running shoes (Asics, Mizuno, New Balance etc) and up to 50% off trainers from Puma and, er, Hummel. Old skool Scandi styles, guy!

Speaking of old skool, Salter's mechanical scale is less techy than a body monitor but cooler to look at and less of a faff. It's £6 off at £18.82.

Sony's Smart Watch 3 for sure is not the best smartwatch you can get, but at £69.99 it's something of a steal. That's at Currys.

More expensive, but then also more good, the Samsung Gear S2 is still a decent deal at £169 from Vodafone's eBay store.

Garmin Forerunner 235. This offers all the usual Garmin run-tracking excellence plus built-in heart rate tracking, without the need of a chest strap. Amazon has it for £199 – £80 off the old asking price. 

Withings' Activité Sapphire is the most stylish tracker you can get without paying stupid money – especially now, as Amazon have almost halved its price to £175.

The rest of the Withings Activité range is also discounted on Amazon.

An odd little strap-on that claims to measure your "blood oxygen level", whatever the hell that is, Withings Pulse Ox is otherwise a perfectly decent HR-tracking fitness band. At less than £50 it's well worth a look, especially if you have other Withings health 'n' fitness gear.

Are you golf mad? Then have we got a round of deals for you. American Golf is offering a deal on the TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver (£179) and TaylorMade AeroBurner Fairway Wood (£129) clubs. Buy them on their own or pick them up as a pair for £249 - saving £60!

Or how about the TaylorMade AeroBurner HL Irons Steel 5-SW for £299.99 - that's an incredible £80 off!

Looking for a new golf bag? American Golf is selling the Wilson Staff Stand Bag for only £59.99 - that saving nets you a tidy £20. Fore!

Also from American Golf - the FootJoy AQL Shoes are now £49.99 (that's £20 off); the FootJoy GreenJoys 2016 Shoes are down to £39.99 (down from £44.99) and it's three for two on white Callaway Warbird Plus 12 Ball Packs (£11.99 each).

AG is even selling the golf-minded Garmin Approach S2 GPS Watch for only £89.99 in all its variants - a saving of £30!

American Golf is offering 40% off the Nike Golf Storm Fit Waterproof Suit - that's the price slashed from £99.99 to £59.99. Take a swing at a bargain!

John Lewis has savings from £50 to £250 on Apple Watch edition 1. It's not waterproof but it's still an excellent wearable, with surprisingly accurate heart-rate tracking.

Apple also has deals on specific models of the Apple Watch 1, with a £20 Apple Store voucher thrown in as a further inducement.

Reebok ZR8 Treadmill. This has got to be the deal of the day for runners, with £550 off leaving it at just £349.99 at Amazon. With 15 levels of incline and 24 preset programmes, it's a very decent treadmill, too.

Garmin Forerunner 230. A bit of a steal at £159 (£50 off), this watch is no longer quite at the cutting edge perhaps, but it's only a year old and still an excellent bit of kit, though you'll need a heart-rate chest strap to get the most out of it.

Excitingly, the same deal is on offer at both Currys and also  Online titan Amazon. Take your pick, punters.

Garmin's much chunkier Fenix 3 multi-activity tracking watch is £85 off at John Lewis. The price to you, sir? £289.99.

John Lewis has the TomTom Touch, which tracks your body fat percentage by touch alone, £30 off at £99. That's another excellent device. If you're more of a golfing man, its Golfer 2 course mapping and round tracking watch is £50 off.

Judging by the size of the discount, Polar's A360 maybe hasn't been hurtling off the shelves to date, but it's a very decent fitness band. 

Waterproof and able to track your pulse, the A360 offers training tips and rates your workout for hardness. 

Feel the burn with £60 off at Currys, where it's £99.50.

Withings is offering 'up to 70%' off its various fitness and health-related products. The catch is that you need to be a registered Withings user to get the full benefit. Watch out for an email from them, for details and to pre-register your interest.

Under Armour Band is £40 off at UA's tech partner HTC's site. Sign up now, to get early access to this £109 semi bargain on Thursday. 

This proficient fitness band measures steps, sleep and resting heartrate. Its always-on display comes into its own during workouts, when paired with Under Armour's chest strap.

Samsung's Gear S2 smartwatch has a built in step counter and heart rate sensor and also happens to be a very fine smartwatch in general. 

Carphone Warehouse has it at a whopping £30 BFF discount, making it £219.

Fitbit Blaze. Fitbit's stab at a more stylish fitness watch/band is available in six different colour and size variants at Currys, with a big £27 off, "as seen on TV".

Adding guided workouts to the usual palette of Fitbit goodies, with heartrate tracking 24/7, but also good pulse accuracy during exercise, when things get intense, it's an excellent wearable and it's now £132.

Fitbit Flex. If you're after a more simple, step-counting wearable, this is about as simple as it gets, and is just £39 from Currys.

The Flex only has basic step and sleep tracking and estimates of calories burned and distance covered, but hey - your mum might like it.