When it comes to the best fitness trackers, Fitbit is one of the first brands that springs to mind. Their sleek, stylish and effective fitness trackers have made the brand a household name – chances are you've heard everyone from your friends to your dentist boasting about step counts and sleep quality.
But good news if you're late to the Fitbit party, because Currys are offering a fantastic £15 off the Fitbit Inspire in their clearance sale (opens in new tab).
- View the Currys clearance sale here (opens in new tab)
Reduced from £89.99 to £74.99, this is a fitness tracker deal worth taking note of.
You can shop the amazing fitness tracker deal below...
DEAL IN FULL: Fitbit Inspire HR Fitness Tracker – was £89.99, now £74.99, Currys.co.uk (opens in new tab)
The Fitbit Inspire is a great fitness tracker for everyday wear. A sleek, understated model, the Inspire tracks steps, fitness, calorie consumption and sleep patterns, so you can take charge of every aspect of your health – without too much effort on your end. Consider it a personal health coach.
The watch also allows you to view your phone messages and notifications on the go, and boasts a five day battery life. Swimmers, did we mention that it's waterproof, too?
At a great £20 off in the Currys clearance sale, this one is unlikely to hang around for long, so be quick!
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The Inspire HR automatically recognises what exercise you're doing – whether it's walking, running or cycling – and will automatically record it for you in the Fitbit app. So there's no fussing around with different modes – it's just get up and go. You can then look back over your week to check you're getting enough exercise everyday.
(You can also set regular friendly reminders to move – perfect for those spending long hours behind a desk.)
If you're trying to get your healthy eating habits back on track after lockdown indulging, you can log your meals in the app to check your calorie intake.
'Love the fact I can log what I eat easily and make healthy choices,' commented one customer on her Fitness Inspire.
While another wrote, 'I love that it tells me the time, the steps and calories, which is all i really need as I am nearly 80. Because I am wearing it every day, it keeps me walking!!'
However, the customer noted that the Fitbit Inspire's strap can be difficult to fasten for older people.But all things considered – from functionality to design – this is a great all-round fitness tracker for keeping an important eye on your health.
Will you be investing in the Fitbit Inspire?
Kate is a freelance contributor to woman&home, covering everything she loves most: fashion, fiction, and fancy face cream. If she’s not working, she’s probably reading, feeding her online shopping addiction, or judging the taste level of celebrity houses (10/10 for Dakota Johnson, 2/10 for Tan France).
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