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Fitbit Inspire drops to all-time LOWEST price

Best ever price for the Fitbit Inspire during Prime Day

The Fitbit Inspire is currently at its lowest-ever price as part of Amazon’s annual Prime Day sales. If you’ve been looking for a budget-friendly entry into the Fitbit ecosystem, there’s never been a cheaper time to buy.

While the Inspire has always been positioned as Fitbit’s entry-level option it retails for around £50 and was as high as £69 back in June. For a limited time, the Amazon Prime day sale has brought that price down to its lowest yet, at just £39.

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So, how much Fitbit do you get for your £39? On the outside, the Inspire features a slim, minimalist design with a bright OLED display and up to 50m of water resistance. Internally, there’s a 3-axis accelerometer for tracking your activity and a battery that provides up to five days of run time off of a two-hour charge.

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The Inspire is able to keep track of your steps, allowing you to track your daily step goal and offering up prompts when you’ve been sitting for too long. It’s also able to automatically recognise when you start a new activity and monitor your calories burned. There’s even a simple sleep tracking option too. As the Inspire pairs with your smartphone, it’ll also pass on call, text, and push notifications right to your wrist.

If you’re looking for your first Fitbit and want a device that comfortably covers the basics and allows you to get into the Fitbit community, then the Inspire is a solid choice for an all-time low price.

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As this price is a part of the Amazon Prime Day sale you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime subscriber in order to take advantage of it. Fortunately, if you’re not already signed up to Amazon Prime you can start a free 30-day trial today and still qualify for the discounted sale price.

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