Get a Fitbit Blaze fitness tracker for just £139 at Currys

With Christmas dinner on the horizon, you’re going to want to make sure there’s a fitness tracker to hand to mitigate the damage.

Fortunately, Currys is offering a decent discount on the Fitbit Blaze tracker, bringing the price down from £159 to £139 – that’s a respectable £20 saving.

The Fitbit Blaze features multiple strap options, PurePulse Heart Rate monitoring, a five-day battery life, a 1.2-inch 240 x 180 pixel colour display, and support for both iOS and Android.

Buy Now: Fitbit Blaze at Currys for £139

What we said

We gave the Fitbit Blaze a 3.5/5 score in our review, praising its colour screen, good battery life, reliable exercise tracking, and multiple strap options. Here’s our verdict:

“The Fitbit Blaze is a competent fitness tracker for casual users, with a few smartwatch functions bolted on.”

What owners say

On Currys, the Fitbit Blaze has a 9.1/10 score based on 42 user reviews. Users wrote:

“Brilliant buy!”

“It’s been a big help with motivation.”

“Love all the info it gives on the phone app.”

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How good a deal is this?

Although £20 might not sound like a huge discount, the Fitbit Blaze is sure to be a very popular gift this holiday season. Considering the item’s already good value, we’d say snagging a nice little saving like this is well worth considering, especially if you’re on the hunt for last-minute gift ideas.

Buy Now: Fitbit Blaze at Currys for £139

Disclaimer: The pricing information in these articles has been given to us by Amazon, and was correct at the point of supply. However, all product pricing may be subject to change.

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