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Currys logoFitness tracker deals round-up*Incl £25 Misfit Flash, £40 Jawbone UP2, £59 Fitbit Flex


Fitness trackers are essentially high-tech pedometers that measure the steps you make in a day, and the high-end ones also monitor your sleep and heart rate too (which means you can get a decent calorie count). Prices have dropped substantially in the last six months, so here’s a rundown of the cheapest of the big brands.

All the fitness trackers sync with Apple and Android phone apps to give you more details. Some can be used while cycling or swimming and they can have other functions such as a vibrating alarm clock, clock display and heart-rate monitor depending on the brand and price.

As MSE founder Martin Lewis is a fitness tracker addict, here’s his take:

“I’m very chuffed that I’ve just made 100 consecutive days of doing 10,000 steps a day – and hate the idea of missing a day. My tracker has changed my life pattern in that I’m addicted to hitting targets and walk far more than I used to.

"While it's called a fitness tracker, actually if you’re a runner or cyclist, the distance travelled isn’t that accurate with any of them, for that you need GPS which these don’t have. These are far better for encouraging everyday activity and looking at steps. See my wife, Mrs MSE's BBC report when she wore six trackers in a week to compare them.

"If you’re going to get one, accept the inaccuracy and focus on competing with yourself each day. If you get into it, it can make a real difference – and as I have, you may find yourself walking round the house at 11pm just to hit target. My personal best is 38,000 steps in a day, 187,000 in a week, 631,000 in a month.”

Here are our picks of the most popular (prices last checked on Wed 3 Feb):

Misfit Flash – £25

This is a no-frills inexpensive tracker that measures your activity and sleep. It doesn't have a heart monitor, but will track calories burned, steps taken and distance travelled. There's no display which means battery life is quite long (six months). It syncs with an app so you can keep track of your fitness without needing your smartphone. You can wear this tracker as a wristband, clip it to clothing, or have it on your keychain.

You can get a variety of colours at John Lewis* for £24.95 (but delivery is £3.50 or £2 if you collect in store). We found the black or white version for £24.99 at Currys* (free delivery). RRP is £39.99.

Garmin Vivofit  £46

This has a more watch-like display, is waterproof and has a year-long battery life. You get personalised daily goals to keep you motivated and a red bar after one hour of inactivity, encouraging you to move. It can be paired with a heart rate monitor, but this costs extra.

Amazon* is selling the Garmin Vivofit in red for £46. It has other colour variants which cost slightly more. The next cheapest we found were several colour variants at Argos* for £49.99 (delivery is £3.95 or collect in store for free). RRP is £100.

Jawbone UP2 - £40

This is one of the more popular fitness tracker brands. There's no display - you'll need to look at the smartphone app to see if you're on track with your goal. It'll measure your steps and calories burned, record your time and quality of sleep (with an alarm that wakes you up in the lighter part of your sleep pattern) and has a stopwatch. It isn't waterproof and the battery life will last about a week.

If you go online to Currys*, you can get a black or grey Jawbone UP2 for £39.99. The black is available for free delivery (but not the grey) and both can be collected in store for free. The RRP for these is £89.99. The next cheapest we found was £43.99 at Groupon (free delivery).

Fitbit Flex – £59

The Flex is one for the fashion-conscious. It's compatible with many popular fitness apps and wraps around your wrist. It has lights to indicate progress towards your goal and tracks activity and sleep. You can buy additional colourful bands in packs of three for about £17 online, but we've heard the fastener comes undone easily.

You can get the Fitbit Flex in green or pink for £59 at Tesco Direct* (delivery is £3 or collect in store for free). RRP is £79.99, the next cheapest we found was £60 at Currys* (it has a lot of colour variants and free delivery).

Fitbit Charge HR - £99

With a full display, this is at the top of the range of Fitbit trackers. It's great for exercise as it monitors your heart rate continuously and gives you more accurate real-time activity stats, such as calorie count. It also has an automatic sleep tracker. You wear it on your wrist and battery life is just under a week.

We saw the price of the Fitbit Charge HR drop to £79 at the start of January, but currently it isn't being discounted as much, and the cheapest we've found is the black, purple, orange or green version for £99 at Tesco Direct* (delivery is £3 or collect in store for free). RRP is £99.99, there is a version of this Fitbit without the heart rate monitor which we've found for about £10 cheaper.

If you're looking for cheap ways to get fit, check out our Cheap Gym Membership guide and Top 10 free fitness apps blog.

Currys logoCurrys PC World 'Price Promise'*Will match Argos, Asda, John Lewis, Tesco &


If you shop at Currys PC World* and spot something that's cheaper at either Argos, Asda, John Lewis, Tesco or, Currys says it will match the price - including any voucher/code offers - and this even applies up to seven days after you've made a purchase.

There's a bit of work involved, so in most cases it's probably easier just to buy the items where you've seen it cheapest. However, if you're committed to buying from Currys, or if you've already bought the item, the 'Prime Promise' could be a decent way of saving money.

You simply need to tell Currys the product number, its price and the competitor you want it to match from the list above. You can either do this over the phone by calling 0344 561 0000, or if you've already made a purchase in store, by revisiting the same branch.

Currys says the competitor's products must be identical, brand new and in stock ready for delivery. It won't match delivery costs or any additional services, such as extended warranties.

Currys logoCurrys PC World: MoneySaving tips & tricks*Incl free Click & Collect, haggling & online offers


There are always ways you can save money at Currys PC World*, so even if there isn’t a cracking deal out there that works for you, don’t assume you can’t cut your costs further.

Ways to save money at Currys include:

  • Free delivery or collection. When you buy online from Currys delivery's free, or you can collect from a store if you prefer (find your nearest*). Of course, this depends on your local store having it in stock.
  • Try haggling. We polled 2,518 MoneySavers to see in which shops they had most success haggling, and Currys PC World came second overall with a 60% success rate - so it's probably worth a go if you're feeling confident. Read our Haggle on the High Street guide for more haggling tips.
  • See online offers. Scroll down on the Currys* homepage and you'll find a summary of its best current deals, some of which are exclusive to the website and not available in stores.
  • Check out similar retailers, eg, Amazon, John Lewis. If you're not committed to buying from Currys PC World, check for deals from other shops such as AmazonJohn Lewis and Argos, where you may find there's a better offer.

If you spot any hot deals out there we've missed (we are human after all!), please let us know in the MSE Forum, email us at or via Facebook and Twitter.

Expired Deals

Topcashback logo£20 M&S, Deb'hams, Currys, Toys 'R' Us giftcard for £14*For Topcashback newbies only (ie, as long as you've not bought owt)

Topcashback is offering new sign-ups to its site £20 giftcards for £13.50 (via £6.50 cashback) at M&S, Debenhams, Currys, Toys 'R' Us and more till Sun 22 Dec (for full info on how these sites work, see the Top Cashback Sites guide). However, the giftcards won't be posted in time for Christmas.

Here's how:
  • Register with Topcashback* (you can still get this if you're already signed up, but only if you haven't purchased via the site yet).
  • Follow this specific Topcashback 'Top Gift Card*' link, click 'get cashback' and you’ll land on a page with numerous gift card retailers.
  • Click on the retailer you fancy (includes Currys, PC World, Earnest Jones, M&S, Toys R Us and Starbucks) and buy your £20 gift card. It’ll be sent to you by second class post.
  • Your £6.50 cashback should track into your Topcashback account within seven days.

You can only buy one gift card (min £20 value) to get £6.50 cashback. Buy any more and you’ll only get 5% cashback.

The offer's on until 10,000 newbies take up the offer or until Sun 22 Dec - whichever's first. After this date (and if you're an existing user), you can still buy giftcards via Topcashback, though you'll only get 5% cashback, not £6.50. The cashback is guaranteed if you're one of the first 10,000 which is unusual for a cashback site.
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All giftcards can be used in-store, some can be used online so it's best to check the individual giftcard T&Cs.

One Top Giftcard purchase per household and it's not valid with any other offer. Giftcard delivery's free, though it's likely to be after Christmas. See the full T&Cs here.
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Free protection for all shopping!

There's a little-known piece of legislation that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. 'Section 75' of the Consumer Credit Act means your plastic must protect anything you buy for more than £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust, you can still get your money back.

And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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