We saw some fantastic Amazon Prime Day fitbit deals. The event has now been and gone, but we'll bring you best Amazon Prime Day fitbit deals in 2020 next July, so bookmark this page and check back next year.
If you think fitness tracker, you think Fitbit. It's by far the biggest name in the business, and there are some great Amazon Prime Day Fitbit deals to take advantage of. In fact, Fitbit has some of the best Amazon Prime Day deals we've see this year.
There are big discounts on older Fitbit fitness trackers and smartwatchs, but the latest Fitbit models, like the excellent Charge 3 and Versa, also have Amazon Prime Day discounts.
Over the years, Fitbit has created a huge range of fitness trackers for all purposes. Whether you want some motivation to improve your fitness or are looking for a way to monitor your existing workouts, there's something in Fitbit's range to suit you. We'll keep this page updated with all the best Amazon Prime Day Fitbit deals as they appear, so make sure you bookmark this page and check back regularly.
The best Amazon Prime Day Fitbit Deals We Saw
Fitbit Alta HR: $91.90 (was $129.95) at Amazon
Save $38 - The latest Fitbit Alta HR is slick piece of kit and with its newly added heart rate tracking skills, it's a very well-rounded fitness companion for those looking beyond a simple steps count fitness tracker. It's at a bargain price of just $91.90 - they cheapest we've ever seen it at. View Deal
Fitbit Charge 3: $120 (was $150) at Amazon
Save $30 - Pick-up Fitbit's excellent health and fitness tracker for just $120. A big step-up from the Charge 2, it helps you keep track of your heartbeat and fitness goals while running through over a dozen different fitness modes (including swimming – it's water-resistant up to 50 meters).
Fitbit Ionic Watch: $200 (was $249.95) at Amazon
Save $50 - The Fitbit Ionic is Fitbit's top of the range smartwatch and fitness tracker. It looks stylish, tracks all sorts of activity like runs, swims (up to 50 meters), rides and workouts. This great Prime Day Fitbit deal also includes both large and small wristbands and battery life is upwards of 4 days.
Fitbit Ionic Adidas Edition Watch: $230 (was $300) at Amazon
Save $70 - This version of the Fitbit Ionic includes everything you get in the normal one, but also includes the Adidas logo and exclusive workouts from Adidas with coaching, an Adidas designed clock face and a signature two toned sport band. This Prime Day Fitbit deal has the biggest saving.
Fitbit Versa Lite: $138.98 (was $159.95) at Amazon
Save $20.97 - A leaner and much less expensive version of the Versa, the Fitbit Versa Lite is an excellent little fitness tracker. It monitors your heart rate, and automatically tracks workouts, pausing whenever you stop to take a break. A great buy. Get the Apple Watch look for a fraction of the price.
Fitbit Versa: $170 (was $200) at Amazon
Save $30 - The Fitbit Versa is a cheaper alternative to the company’s flagship Ionic smartwatch. A great fitness smartwatch, it has local storage for music and a four-day battery life. It can also link up to your smartphone for call, text and calendar notifications.
Fitbit Versa Special Edition: $200 (was $230) at Amazon
Save $30 - If you're looking for something a little more special over the Versa, then take a look at this Versa Special Edition. Extras include an NFC chip to make mobile purchases and a classy fabric watchband.
Fitbit Alta | $68 at Amazon
Arguably the best looking Fitbit in town, the Alta is lean, sleek, and comes in a dizzying array of colors. This is the best price ahead of Amazon Prime Day, and while it might drop further, Amazon might focus its attention on newer models.
Fitbit Inspire | $69.95 at Walmart
Jog down to Walmart for the best deal on the most affordable Fitbit model ahead of Black Friday. The Inspire isn't flashy, but it looks great and is an excellent choice if you're looking for something affordable to track your daily steps.
The best Fitbit models to look for on Amazon Prime Day
1. Fitbit Inspire HR
A major upgrade from the original Inspire, at a great price
The Fitbit Inspire HR is a major upgrade from the original Inspire. As its name suggests, the most significant new addition is heartrate monitor, which upgrades the Inspire HR from a simple step-counter to a serious fitness tracker. It includes 15 exercise modes, each of which provides you with a wealth of useful information (such as distance, pace, calories burnt, heart rate and speed), and uses your phone's GPS to track your position. Connect the Inspire HR, and all this data will be aggregated and presented with handy graphs and charts so you can easily monitor your progress with each passing day. Oh, and it can track your steps, too.
2. Fitbit Charge 3
A solid choice for keen runners, swimmers and cyclists
The Fitbit Charge 3, first launched in 2018, rolls fitness, heart rate and sleep tracking into one neat (and rather stylish) package. Its screen is much larger than that of the Charge 2, and the whole tracker feels much lighter thanks to a switch from stainless steel to aluminum for the case. It'll track running (outdoors or indoors), swimming, walking, weight training, cycling and intervals, all without needing to be activated manually. A great pick if you're already active, and are looking for ways to measure and improve your performance.
3. Fitbit Versa
Fitbit's take on the smartwatch, with more features on the way
Unlike many of Fitbit's other wearables, which are fitness trackers first and foremost, the company is pitching the Fitbit Versa as a smartwatch. Like the Charge 3 above, it's extremely light, but also has a huge range of interchangeable straps so you can choose something dressier for occasions when you're not pounding the pavements or pumping iron. Its clear, bright screen presents a wealth of workout information, and in the morning it'll provide a detailed rundown of how well you slept. Future firmware updates should add more non-fitness features like smart notifications and contactless payment, so it'll get even better (and smarter) with time.
4. Fitbit Ace
A mini Fitbit that'll encourage your kids to stay active
Fitness isn't just for grown-ups, and the Ace is Fitbit's take on a fitness tracker for kids. It looks very much like the Fitbit Alta so older children won't feel embarrassed about wearing it, and its bands can be swapped as they grow. The Ace connects to the Fitbit app using a secure family account system, helping protect their personal information, though this is easier if a parent already has a Fitbit of their own. Kids' accounts are more limited than adults (they can't add friends, for example), but they can take part in family challenges.
5. Fitbit Alta
The slim, trendy Alta is a classic that still looks the business
The original Fitbit Alta is now a little dated, having been succeeded by the Alta HR, Charge 3 and Versa, but its price has dropped significantly in the meantime, making it a tempting proposition if you're looking for a frill-free fitness tracker. The Alta still looks fantastic, with a sleek design and a rainbow of color options to choose from. Its interface is wonderfully simple, operated with simple taps of the screen to switch between 'pages'. There's no heart rate or sleep monitoring here, but you won't find a better fitness tracker for the price. Ideal for fitness-focused fashionistas.
6. Fitbit Ionic
The top-of-the-range Fitbit smartwatch
The Fitbit Ionic is more than a year old now, bit still leads Fitbit's range of fitness trackers and smartwatches and combines features of both. It launched for $300, which is a bit pricey, but at $200 it's a great buy.
It's fitness features are one of its highlights. It's suitable for running, cycling, swimming, weights and much more and comes with built-in workouts that you can watch on the screen. The Adidas Edition adds even more of these. It also has GPS and a heart rate monitor and 4+ day battery life.