Fitbit Cyber Monday deal: Charge 5 hits lowest ever price at Amazon

Get the best Fitbit fitness tracker to date for less this Black Friday

Fitbit Charge 5 black Friday deal 2021
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The Fitbit Charge 5 is admittedly the best fitness tracker from Fitbit. When I reviewed it a month ago, my biggest issues were A) not all features were available from the start (they are now) and B) it was too expensive for what it has to offer. But thanks to these awesome Black Friday deals, I can finally wholeheartedly recommend the Charge 5! Hallelujah!

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At this price point, the Charge 5 truly is one of the best Fitbits. Said discounted price not only includes a decent fitness tracker with an AMOLED screen and 7-day battery life but also a 6-month trial subscription to Fitbit Premium for free. Well, you're paying for the fitness band but the membership cost is included. You catch my drift.

Need a new wearable for cheap? Have a look at the best Cyber Monday Fitbit deals, is currently being updated 'live'. 

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Fitbit Charge 5: was £169.99, now £139.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Fitbit's latest fitness tracker, the Charge 5 has a bright AMOLED screen, built-in GPS and features previously only available in the Sense such as the ECG and EDA apps. The Charge 5 can measure your readiness for the day through its Daily Readiness Score. Now cheapest ever at Amazon!

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Fitbit Charge 5: was $179.95, now $129.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Those in the US can get the Charge 5 even cheaper; it's now $50 off at Amazon! What a bargain. Seriously, this is a new fitness tracker, only just came out a month ago and now you can buy it for $129.95. Crazy

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Fitbit Charge 5: was AU$269.95, now $200.26 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
And one for team Australia: get the Charge 5 for almost AU$70 cheaper at Amazon right now. A bargain not to be missed!

Why should you buy the Fitbit Charge 5 this Black Friday

The Fitbit Charge 5 is a capable fitness tracker. It has a built-in GPS, optical heart rate sensor, an AMOLED touchscreen and a comfortable band that doesn't make you all itchy after an hour or so.

As well as tracking heart rate 24/7, the Charge 5 can monitor sleep, blood oxygen levels (SpO2), skin temperature, breathing rate and Active Zone Minutes. It can also score your body's ability to recover/train through its Daily Readiness Score. This feature is similar to the Strain Score in the Whoop 4.0 and is based on heart rate variability.

The Charge 5 is swim-proof although don't expect it to measure anything accurately when you're underwater. At least you don't have to be afraid to wear it when you're doing the washing up.

The now discounted price includes six months of Fitbit Premium subscription, which is excellent because the Daily Readiness Score and advanced sleep metrics are only available to Premium users. You can find a ton of workouts and mindfulness exercises in Premium from Deepak Chopra and Will Smith too.

Battery life up to seven days!

More Fitbit deals (UK)

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Fitbit Versa 3: was £200, now £139 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This is the lowest price Amazon has ever sold The King Of All Fitbits at. With accurate GPS and heart rate tracking, Alexa built-in, on-wrist payments and six days of battery life, this isn't just a great fitness tracker, it's also a very attractive and highly functional smartwatch. You know what's also attractive? A big £45 (23%) off the price!

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Fitbit Charge 4 fitness tracker: was £130, now £89.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This deal gives you a £35 saving, for the lowest ever Amazon price on this excellent fitness tracker. The Fitbit Charge 4 monitors heart rate 24/7, estimates your calories burned and monitors sleep. Unlike most older, lesser Fitbits, the Charge 4 has GPS built in to track runs, hikes and bike rides, plus a blood oxygen sensor, if you please.

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Fitbit Versa 2: was £199.99, now £98.92 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Boasting a 6+ days battery life, and a saving of £100, the Versa 2 is also at its lowest ever price. It can track heart rate, sleep, all-day calorie burn, steps, stress and more. It's not as good as the Versa 3 as an overall package, but it is something of a bargain at this price.

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Fitbit Ace 3: was £69.99, now £49.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Fitbit's dedicated fitness tracker for kids might not be super-duper, half-price level cheap for Black Friday but according to our magical price tracking software, £49.99 is actually not a bad price for it. Battery life is up to 8 days, the Ace 3 can track sleep, steps and more. It's also water-resistant so kids can wear it in the bath or in the pool.

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Fitbit Sense: was $299.95, now $199.95 at Amazon US (opens in new tab)
Fitbit's flagship smartwatch is the cheapest ever at Amazon US now! The Sense can read ECG, measures stress levels, skin temperature and essentially has all the features Fitbit has to offer. For this price, it's an absolute steal.

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Fitbit Inspire 2: was $59.95, now $99.95 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
The Inspire 2 is a cheap fitness tracker but this deal makes it an absolute steal. The Inspire 2 tracks all the essential health metrics and looks dainty enough to match most outfits. Available in three different colourways, now is the time to get one!

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Fitbit Luxe: was $149.95, now $99.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Luxe is an interesting fitness tracker. It's essentially a piece of jewellery that tracks your heart rate, sleep and breathing. Thanks to the 6-month Fitbit Premium subscription included in the price, the Luxe grants access to advanced sleep metrics and workouts of all kinds in the Fitbit App.

Matt Kollat
Fitness Editor

Matt is T3's Fitness Editor and covers everything from smart fitness tech to running and workout shoes, home gym equipment, exercise how-tos, nutrition, cycling, and more. His byline appears in several publications, including Techradar (opens in new tab) and Fit&Well (opens in new tab), and he collaborated with other fitness content creators such as Garage Gym Reviews (opens in new tab).