Fitbit Versa 3 price slashed AGAIN to by far the cheapest it's ever been in stunning Cyber Monday deal

THE best mix of fitness tracker and smartwatch you can buy, the Versa 3 is now even cheaper than it was last week

Best Fitbit Versa 3 Cyber Monday deal
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The Fitbit Versa 3 deals price war is still in full swing and now a slew of retailers have reduced the price again, slashing the cost to its lowest ever. It was £199, then it was £159 now get a load of THIS

• Buy the Fitbit Versa 3 for £139 at Amazon –  (opens in new tab)

It was £200, so that's a substantial saving of £61 – 30% – and easily the lowest price ever for this Fitbit.

• There are also a bunch of other Fitbit deals at Amazon UK (opens in new tab)

By the way, if you bought the Fitbit at £159 from Currys, you will be glad to know that you can still take advantage of this deal as they promise to refund the difference whenever they, or a rival, cuts a price further during the Black Friday to Cyber Monday sales. This is one of the best Cyber Monday Fitbit deals for anyone wanting to get fit and lose in time for Christmas, at which point they will immediately become unfit and gain weight.

Are you here from outside the UK? If you've evaded quarantine and are here from elsewhere in the world, scroll right on down to see the best deals near you on every Fitbit we can find. You can save cents on a Sense and not be overcharged for a Charge.

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Fitbit Versa 3 was £200, now £139 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Amazon is not the only place to buy The King Of All Fitbits with a HUMUNGOUS £61-off deal. But it is the best, at least if you are a Prime member. Other retailers with the same deal are listed below. 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. 

Why you should buy the Fitbit Versa 3

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With up to six days of battery life per charge, you've got plenty of time to enjoy all the Versa 3's fitness and smartwatch features. With pretty strong, built-in GPS, surprisingly accurate heart-rate tracking and the ability to track metrics from steps taken (basic) to a VO2 Max estimate (quite advanced), it's all the fitness watch a lot of people will ever need. Certainly, you could buy a Garmin running watch and track your cadence and recovery time and whatnot, but do you really need to know those kind of things?

The Versa 3 is also among the most in-depth sleep tracking watches, if you're one of those people who likes to keep a close eye on their non-waking hours. 

Versa 3 comes with a 3-month free trial of Fitbit Premium, which enhances its sleep and fitness tracking further and adds a wealth of guided fitness and wellness plans. When it launched, Premium was a bit crap, but Fitbit has now built it into something verging on essential, in my opinion – it even lets you 'Workout With Will' (Smith) nowadays. Who could resist that? 

If you find you agree with that assessment after your three-month trial, you can carry on with Premium for £80 per year or £8 per month.

The Versa 3 is also a good-looking and versatile – or Versa-tile – smartwatch, thanks to the addition of Fitbit Pay for your groceries and a reasonably good notifications system for everything else in your life. It's very wearable and far more attractive than Fitbit's various bands, such as the Charge and Inspire series. 

The battery life is way better than what you'll get from any Apple or Android smartwatch, and while the screen automatically dims itself to save battery, it wakes fairly reliably when you turn your wrist towards you to view it. Or you can prod at the home button on the left. 

Overall, while the Fitbit Sense has a slightly nicer design and some extra features – an ECG and 'stress tester' that are of frankly limited usefulness – the Versa 3 is still a highly desirable fitness watch, and much better value for money. Especially at this price.

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