By Faye M Smith
Looking for a Fitbit deal before you make an investment? Well, we've found the perfect one for you - especially if you want to spend under £100. And the reason we know the Fitbit Charge 4 is such a good buy for both beginners and more experienced exercisers, is because it's one of the best fitness trackers at the moment. We tried and tested dozens of them and our in depth review shows it scored highly, especially when it comes to usability and style.
So when we saw this Fitbit Charge 4 deal, where you can save £40, we just had to shout about it. A Fitbit Charge 4 for under £100 is a great deal. But, be quick - the sale lasts until 23 December, unless stocks run out sooner.
Here's the deal in full...
One of the best things about the Fitbit Charge 4 is how the battery lasts for up to seven days. This means you don't have to make sure you charge it each night, so you're more likely to keep it on for longer.
And it's really easy to use - you just swipe through to the different options. These include 24/7 heart rate tracking, sleep tracking and even Spotify Control. At under £100, this Fitbit deal will also make a great gift for someone who is looking to shape up in the New Year.
After the year we've had, most of us will indulge at Christmas. So, we recommend you buy now, and then it doesn't matter if there are delays with delivery due to postage. It should arrive right on time when you want to start your 2021 healthy eating and exercise plan!
Hurry - this offer ends 23 December 2020.
Faye M Smith is an award-winning journalist with over 15 years experience in the magazine industry. Her continued work in the area of natural health won her the coveted title of theHealth Food Manufacturers’ Association (HFMA) Journalist of the Year Award 2021.
Currently Acting Health Editor across several brands including woman&home, Woman and Woman’s Own, Faye specialises in writing about mental health, the menopause, and sex and relationships. In fact, having previously been the go-to sex columnist for Now magazine, there isn't much she won't discuss when it comes to women's health. This makes her the best person to review must-buy sex toys, describe how to have a mind-blowing orgasm or explain how to navigate sex in the shower without it ending in a medical emergency.
While not anti-gym, Faye’s fitness routine is more focussed on finding inner balance rather than burning excess calories. An advocate of mindfulness, she loves power breathing, yoga and plenty of walking in nearby woodlands rather than a sweaty HIIT class. Follow her @fayetuned
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