Trim up for 2018 with up to $60 off Fitbit fitness trackers

Matt Sayer 5 January 2018 NEWS

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Put that New Year's fitness resolution into action by picking up a discounted Fitbit activity tracker.

Cutting loose and feasting like a medieval king is an Aussie Christmas tradition, one that inevitably leads to regret when your belly starts to bulge and your clothes feel tighter than they used to. That's why, come New Year's Day, so many of us resolve to rein in our appetites and get into shape with a strict regime of diet and exercise.

Of course, New Year's resolutions are much easier to make than adhere to, and mustering up the willpower to go for a walk or run every day is no mean feat. It gets a lot easier, though, if you have someone – or something – providing constant encouragement from the sidelines. Fitness trackers do just that. By monitoring your exercise schedule and helping you set achievable fitness goals, they make shedding those extra kilos something we can all do, no matter how tempting that chocolate bar is.

While a good fitness tracker doesn't normally come cheap, you can save a decent chunk of change on the ever-popular Fitbit line over at Amazon today. The online juggernaut has taken up to $60 off a wide selection of Fitbit models, from the more affordable Fitbit Alta to the high-end Fitbit Ionic smartwatch. You'll want to note that, though the trackers are listed as the US versions, this has no impact on their functionality and they will work straight out of the box here in Australia.

We've listed all the Fitbit deals below, with prices converted to AUD for your convenience. Check them out:

Model Regular price Discounted price Buy it
Fitbit Alta $165.29 $127.13 Go to site
Fitbit Charge 2 $190.73 $165.29 Go to site
Fitbit Alta HR $190.73 $165.29 Go to site
Fitbit Blaze $254.33 $190.73 Go to site
Fitbit Ionic $381.52 $342.15 Go to site

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