Wearables Deals

Here, we're talking all-things wearable tech. Smartwatches, activity trackers, fitness accessories and more, we've got all the best deals.

Best Wearables Deals

Fitbit Deals

Fitbit Versa

From: Amazon

Was: £199

Now: £168.81 (£31.18 off)

Tech Advisor's #1 recommended Fitbit smartwatch now has £31 off on Amazon Available in Black, Peach, Grey and White

Fitbit Ionic

From: Amazon

Was: £279

Now: £190 (£89 off)

Fitbit's high-end GPS fitness smartwatch is perfect for both the multi-sports enthusiast and the casual get-fit user

Fitbit Charge 2 Special Edition

From: Fitbit

Was: £159.99

Now: £99.99 (£60 off)

With £60 off the special edition Charge 2 this is one of the best Fitbit deals we've seen this year. Here's our glowing review.

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Fitness Tracker Deals

Fitbit Versa

From: Amazon

Was: £199

Now: £168.81 (£31.18 off)

Tech Advisor's #1 recommended Fitbit smartwatch now has £31 off on Amazon Available in Black, Peach, Grey and White

Fitbit Ionic

From: Amazon

Was: £279

Now: £190 (£89 off)

Fitbit's high-end GPS fitness smartwatch is perfect for both the multi-sports enthusiast and the casual get-fit user

Garmin Vivoactive 3 GPS

From: Amazon

Was: £279.99

Now: £179.99 (£100 off)

Save £100 on the Vivoactive 3 GPS. Hurry, it's a Deal of the Day from Amazon, so it won't last long.

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Smartwatch Deals

Apple Watch Series 3, 42mm (GPS)

From: John Lewis

Was: £309

Now: £279 (£30 off)

Like the 38mm version, this is not quite as good a deal as John Lewis is suggesting because Apple has dropped the price of the entry-level 42mm Series 3 to £309. But it's still a decent price.

Apple Watch Series 3, 38mm (GPS)

From: John Lewis

Was: £279

Now: £249 (£30 off)

Apple has permanently cut the price of the entry-level Series 3 (38mm and without cellular) to £279, so this price from John Lewis saves you £30.

Huawei Watch 2 Sport

From: Very

Was: £279.99

Now: £159.99 (£120 off)

Almost 50 percent off one of our favourite smartwatches. Read our review.

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More Wearables Deals

Google Daydream View VR Headset

From: Mobile Fun

Was: £99

Now: £34.99 (65% off)

With 60 percent off, it's the perfect time to see what Google's Daydream mobile VR platform is like! Just make sure you've got a supported smartphone first. Read our review here.

Amazon Prime Student

From: Amazon

Was: £79.99 per year

Now: 6 months free, then £39 per year (50% off)

You can get a six month trial of Amazon Prime absolutely free if you are a student. After that, you'll get Prime for only 3.99 per month, or £39 per year (depending on the plan you choose), which is a bargain when you consider its features. Find out more about Amazon Prime here.

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Wearables Deals 2018

The wearables category is ever expanding. We're talking fitness trackers and smartwatches and sports accessories, alongside smart glasses and even smart clothing. We've got the best wearables deals to share with you right here on Tech Advisor.

Wearables: Useful vs gimmicky

The thing with the werables category is that it's so experimental. There are some products that are sticking around for a while, such as smartwatches and fitness trackers, but even Google gave up on its smart glasses project Google Glass.

Before you buy any wearable, we'd recommend carefully considering whether it's a practical addition to your wardrobe or a gimmick that you'll wear for a week and find years later sitting in the back of your drawer.

For fitness finatics, it's well worth investigating some of the sports accessories and activity trackers. You'll find smart tech to help you improve your skills and efficiency in almost any sport, whether that's running, cycling, golf or swimming.

And if you've got some spare cash to splash, a smartwatch might be of interest to help you keep on top of notifications and reminders without needing to look at your phone. Most also have activity tracking capabilities, too, and some even allow you to answer phone calls from your wrist.

Glasses, on the other hand, are currently only suited to early adopters. Despite being around for some time, they're in their early stages and no one seems to have made a pair of smart glasses that's worth buying just yet.

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