Fitbit Charge 3 on sale: 43% off workout optimiser at Amazon 

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You don’t have to wait until Amazon Prime Day or Black Friday to score some serious bargains on top tech. 

The Amazon End of Summer Sale, which runs until Tuesday September 1, is a great time to invest in fitness watches as the mega-site is offering serious savings on wearables.

Included in the sale is the Fitbit Charge 3, which is now reduced to a very enticing £84.99 – that’s a huge saving of £65. With over 15,000 Amazon ratings and an average score of 4.3 out of 5, the watch is a seriously popular buy among those looking to better track calorie burn and optimise workouts.

You can now nab the Fitbit Charge 3 Advanced Fitness Tracker with heart rate, swim tracking and seven day battery for £84.99

You can now nab the Fitbit Charge 3 Advanced Fitness Tracker with heart rate, swim tracking and seven day battery for £84.99

The Fitbit Charge 3 Special Edition comes with either a stylish Frost White or fabric Lavender strap, both of which have been reduced in the sale. 

With the Fitbit Charge 3 you can track your steps, distance covered, calories burnt and weight, plus you can log food and even set up goals in the fitness app. Boasting a battery life of up to seven days, you can rest assured that you’re always tracking. 

Thanks to the personalised insights into your fitness and sleeping patterns, many shoppers have praised the Fitbit Charge 3 for keeping them accountable and encouraging them in their fitness journey. 

If you need a little extra motivation to move more, you can even get your FitBit to give you a nudge when you’ve been sitting for too long. 

One reviewer wrote: ‘The general functionality of this tracker is good, and it’s a useful way to track weight, food intake, general activity levels through step count and so on through one device and app. It’s also a good way to nudge yourself into more regular movement.’

The Fitbit Charge 3 is water resistant up to 50 metres, plus it has auto sleep tracking

The Fitbit Charge 3 is water resistant up to 50 metres, plus it has auto sleep tracking 

Another added: ‘Love my fitbit, had it seven weeks now and it’s great to find out what you’ve achieved in a day. It motivates you to do more. The sleep tracker is interesting. I love that you can receive texts and lets you know when someone is calling.’ 

A third raved: ‘Absolutely brilliant! Tracks my workouts and walks and so nice to see how many calories you have burnt. Love the app and so easy to use! Comfortable to wear.’

The Fitbit Charge 3 will automatically recognise a number of exercises like runs, ellipticals and sports. It’s also swim-proof and water-resistant to 50 metres. 

If you struggle to get inspired when working out, you can take advantage of the guided coaching and also access personalised videos on the FitBit app. Fitbit coach will also recommend workout videos based on your runs, walks and other exercises. 

How to find the best deals in the Amazon End of Summer Sale

Amazon has a wide selection of deals in its End of Summer Sale that you can find here

Lightning Deals and Deals of the Day are expected to be some of the best offers during the event. They are only available for a limited time and while stocks last.

These products are expected to sell out fast so the best time to check for Lightning Deals is first thing in the morning. You’ll then have time to research the product and set yourself reminders for when the Lightning Deals start.

The easiest way to preview, track and shop Lightning Deals is by receiving deal alerts on your smart phone via the Amazon App. Simply go to the Amazon App menu, tap Settings, and then tap Notifications to turn on Watched and Waitlisted Deals. You can then add upcoming deals to your watchlist, which will push notifications on your phone when the deal is about to go live. Further information can be found here.

Another quick way to find the best deals is by browsing categories you know you’re interested in and buy regularly from. 

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