The best tech fitness accessories you can buy on eBay this Black Friday

Posted: 27 November 2020 10:07 am
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Get back into the fitness game with these tech accessories that you can find on eBay this Black Friday.

To the smart guys and gals in the tech industry, thank you. From Monday to Friday, I am the ultimate fitspo. And Saturday and Sunday, I'm a picture of balance and fun. And it's all thanks to some smart tech products.

If you're looking to get back on the fitness bandwagon, you can use these tech accessories to help you out. From smart water bottles to noise-cancelling headphones, here are the items that will get your fitness regime back into gear. And better yet? They're all on sale!

Major online retailer eBay is slogging 15% off tech items for Black Friday. So check out our picks below and get a head start on that whole new year, new you thing!

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1. Noise-cancelling headphones

I cannot tell you the number of times I've forgotten my headphones at the gym. Being able to hear the grunting and puffing of fellow fit pals is beyond off-putting. Cut out all the background noise so you can really focus on those sets.


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2. Fitbit

Your Fitbit is going to be both your best and your worst friend. It'll vibrate when you need to move, and chime when you need to drink more water. You need this bothersome yet beneficial gadget to hold you accountable.


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3. KKF Smart Cup

Be honest. Are you really drinking enough water? Some nutritionists recommend three litres a day and some recommend six, but if I'm honest, I know I'm not anywhere near either of those numbers. Smart water bottles are designed to help. Linking up with an app on your phone, this tech accessory tracks your hydration levels and vibrates when you need more H2O.


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4. AirPods

AirPods are a fitness fanatic must-have. Wireless headphones mean you won't cop a slap in the face from your cord while on a run. There are no fiddly cables to untangle, and the voice-activated controls mean you can switch up your tunes hands-free. They've also got 24 hours of battery life, and while I do not recommend working out for that long, you can trust your AirPods to be charged and ready to rock and roll.


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5. Yunmai Smart Training Skipping Rope

This smart skipping rope (who knew these were a thing?) accurately calculates your jumps without losing count. Paired with the SmartRope app, you can set yourself goals and track your overall progress throughout the week. Rocky Balboa, eat your heart out.


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6. Upright Go 2 Posture Trainer

If you work in a 9-5 office job, this bit of tech can help you tighten up your core. Vibrating when you slouch, your muscles will strengthen just by rearranging your posture.


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7. NutriBullet

There's nothing like a good cold-pressed juice in the morning. Scratch that – at any time of day! Instead of breaking the bank at roughly $7.50 per juice, invest in a NutriBullet. Add protein if you're feeling extra fitspo and don't be afraid to break it out on a Saturday evening for a cheeky marg either.

If that's not enough gizmos and gadgets for you, our Black Friday hub page has loads more deals you can check out here.

Black Friday is a 24-hour event, which will be held this year on 27 November. The mega sales event is closely followed by Cyber Monday, which falls on 30 November and sees even more bargains offered by online stores.


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