The best Boxing Day deals on fitness trackers

Matt Sayer 27 December 2017 NEWS

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Stick to that New Year's resolution with some big discounts on popular fitness trackers.

As the new year rolls around, many of us are going to resolve to lose weight, get fit and pursue the Olympic career we've always dreamed of. Well, maybe not that last one. Nevertheless, shedding a few kilos is a common pursuit in the wake of Christmas, but there's a good chance a lot of people won't see the resolution through to its completion.

If you want to maximise your chances of sticking to your guns and hitting that goal weight, picking up a fitness tracker is a smart move. The clear goals and stat monitoring that fitness trackers provide make it easy to see how you're progressing and the simple fact that it's always with you watching and assessing can be enough encouragement to keep you on track.

To help you hit 2018 running, we've rounded up the best Boxing Day deals on fitness trackers from Fitbit, Garmin, Samsung and more below:

ProductRetailerDiscounted priceBuy it
Garmin Vivofit 3Harvey Norman$79.00Go to site
Fitbit Flex 2Harvey Norman$87.00Go to site
TomTom Touch CardioHarvey Norman$88.00Go to site
Fitbit Alta HRCatch$152.00Go to site
Samsung Gear Fit 2 ProDick Smith Electronics$219.00Go to site
Garmin Forerunner 235Rebel Sport$244.00Go to site
Fitbit IonicHarvey Norman$397.00Go to site

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