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These are the best cheap Fitbit deals for September 2020

Fitbit trackers and smartwatches help you track your diet, exercise, steps, sleep, swimming, and much more. A fitness tracking smartwatch like the Fitbit Versa is a proven way to stay on track with any exercise program. These little wearables can be expensive, though, so we rounded up all of the best cheap Fitbit deals that will make smartening up your workouts a little lighter on your wallet.  New Fitbit models were announced this week including the Fitbit  Sense, Versa 3, and Inspire 2, so watch for more price activity as we get closer to the new models’ launch this Fall. After something different? Take a look at our list of the best Fitbit alternatives instead.

Today’s best Fitbit deals

  • Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity + Sleep Wristband, Slate, Small/Large$75, was $80
  • Fitbit Ace, Activity Tracker for Kids 8+$88, was $100
  • Fitbit Versa Lite$125, was $160
  • Fitbit Charge 4 Activity Tracker GPS + Heart Rate$130, was $150
  • Fitbit Versa 2 Special Edition$200, was $230
  • Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch$200, was $250

Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity + Sleep Wristband, Slate, Small/Large

$75 $80
Expires soon
The Fitbit Flex wristband syncs with smartphones, tablets, and computers via Bluetooth or USB and an internet connection. Tracks steps, distance, calories, and acticvity times. Also monitors sleep.

Fitbit Versa 2 Special Edition

$200 $230
Expires soon
If you've ever wanted to make the move to Fitbit, you can't go wrong with the special edition of the Fitbit Versa 2. It does everything the classic Versa 2 can do with an additional boost in style.

Fitbit Versa

$180 $200
Expires soon
An oldie but a goodie, the classic Fitbit Versa is still as reliable as ever, with every feature you would ever need to keep yourself in tip-top shape.

Fitbit Ace 2

$50 $70
Expires soon
Help your kids stay fit with this kid-focused activity tracker from Fitbit.

Fitbit Charge 3

$99 $150
Expires soon
If you want a fitness wearable but don't need a full-on smartwatch, it's hard to beat the Fitbit Charge 3 which features a large suite of activity tracking functions along with a heart rate monitor.

Fitbit Versa 2 Smartwatch

$179 $200
Expires soon
Get a smartwatch, a fitness trainer, and a life coach all in one with Alexa built right in to cater to your every voice command.

Fitbit Inspire HR

$80 $100
Expires soon
Fitness bands are perfect if you want a subtle way to track your health. The Fitbit Inspire HR tracks your steps, heart rate, calories burned, and it's all you need for a range of activities.

Fitbit Charge 4 Activity Tracker GPS + Heart Rate

$130 $150
Expires soon
Check your heart rate, calories burned, and the the time. Listen to music and track your pace and distance with the new Fitbit Charge 4.

Fitbit Ionic

$200 $250
Expires soon
An oldie but goodie in the smartwatch arena, the Fitbit Ionic still has mucho caché and carries an impressive activity tracking ecosystem coupled with a host of modern smartwatch functionalities.

Fitbit Ace, Activity Tracker for Kids 8+

$88 $100
Expires soon
Fitbit for kids (eight and older) tracks steps, active minutes, and sleep.

Fitbit Versa Special Edition

$150 $200
Expires soon
This special edition of the popular Versa smartwatch features a charcoal woven band that is much more comfortable to wear over longer periods of time.

Fitbit Versa Lite Edition

$125 $160
Expires soon
The Fitbit Versa Lite Edition is the only fitness tracker smartwatch you'll ever need, packed with only the best workout essentials and none of the fuzz, priced way cheaper than a regular Versa.

Fitbit Inspire

$60 $70
Expires soon
If you don't need a heart rate monitor, but want a basic fitness tracker to measure workouts, calculate steps, distance traveled, and track sleep, the Fitbit Inspire does the job.

Fitbit Versa

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The Fitbit Versa gets its name from its versatility and is a great alternative to the Apple Watch (it resembles it in design, too!). At a reasonable price, you’re getting all the smartwatch functionality you need for both smartwatch and fitness tracking uses.

While you won’t have a vast selection of apps like the Apple Watch has, Fitbit’s proprietary OS brings all the notifications and fitness data you’ll ever need right to your wrist in an easy to navigate user interface. Android users can also take calls directly from the watch and send quick text replies, too. If you want, you can even load up to 300 songs right to the Versa using either the preloaded music apps or downloading them directly to the watch itself.

The Versa can track all kinds of workouts from running to biking, weights, swimming, interval training, and full-body exercises either manually or automatically. An on-watch coaching app guides you through preformatted workouts, and the watch logs information on your distance traveled as well as calories, steps, and heart rate. In our opinion, it’s the best Fitbit available. While there is a new version of the Fitbit Versa out, we think the original version will be more than enough for most users.

Fitbit Charge 3

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Unlike the Fitbit Versa, the Fitbit Charge 3 is more fitness tracking-centric versus functioning as a smartwatch. Navigation of the Charge 3 is done through the touchscreen, which provides you the basics on steps taken, calories burnt, floors climbed, distance, and heart rate information. An integrated SPO2 sensor measures blood oxygen levels and analyzes your sleeping patterns.

The Charge 3 can display a host of notifications, including calls, texts, app alerts, and music playback, with Android users gaining the capability to send quick replies. Another great feature of the Charge 3 is its long battery life: In our tests, we were getting up to a week’s worth on just a single charge.

Fitbit Inspire

If you don’t need a smartwatch and are just looking for a basic fitness tracker at a great price, the affordable Fitbit Inspire is certainly it. There are two versions of this particular Fitbit: the Inspire, which we’re recommending here, and the Fitbit Inspire HR, which adds heart rate tracking. Unless you’re doing fitness activities where knowing your heart rate is useful like running or jogging, save yourself some money by picking up the cheaper standard Inspire.

Even without the heart rate monitoring functionality, you’ll still be able to monitor steps, distance, hourly activity, active minutes and calories burned, and track your sleep (it can even wake you up by lightly vibrating your wrist). You’ll still get the automatic tracking that more expensive Fitbits have, and impressive battery life of up to five days on a single charge.

Fitbit Ionic

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The Fitbit Ionic is one of Fitbit’s oldest smartwatch models, but it is by no means lacking in functionality as a result. In addition to the fitness tracking capabilities that you’d expect out from Fitbit, you’ll get all the creature comforts of modern smartwatches, including a dedicated app store, NFC tap-to-pay, and Bluetooth and Wi-Fi support. Add to this built-in GPS with GLONASS, and we’d argue that the distance tracking with the Ionic is by far the best of any of the Fitbit models.

Speaking of that fitness tracking, you’ll get continuous monitoring of steps, heart rate, sleep patterns, stairs climbed, and burned calories. The Ionic supports customizable exercise routines as well as automatic detecting of various workouts, so you never forget to track, and on-watch coaching through multiple workouts and activities.

While the Ionic is a fitness tracker first, the smartwatch functionality lets you use various apps just like you would on an Android Wear or Apple Watch. Like the Versa, it has dedicated storage for music, which you can add either manually or access through a variety of music apps.

How to choose a Fitbit

With quite a few models to choose from, it can be confusing as to which model to select. So let’s look at each one with our recommendations for who they might be useful for.

If you’re looking for basic activity tracking, the Fitbit Inspire is great as it checks all the boxes for what a good activity tracker needs. If you don’t need (or want) a smartwatch, this is the one to pick. However, we’d recommend stepping up to the Inspire HR if your workouts involve watching your heart rate: the basic model doesn’t offer that.

Those wanting a little more smartwatch functionality as well as more accurate and comprehensive activity and fitness tracking, the Charge 3 is a better option. This is also the cheapest Fitbit that offers connectivity with your smartphone to display notifications, and if you’re using an Android device, to send quick replies.

Next up is the Fitbit Versa, which we’re big fans of because of its smartwatch-like functionality. You’ll be able to answer calls and send quick replies from this particular watch, and a host of preloaded apps will allow you to use it much like a traditional smartwatch. However, you’re limited to what apps Fitbit includes.

For those that want flexibility in what apps they use, then step up to the top of the line Ionic. As we mentioned, it has its dedicated app store, and with NFC, built-in GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, it is by far one of the most smartwatch-like offerings from Fitbit right now.

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