Fitbit Charge 2 (New model). £110.50 with code @ cotsworld outdoor and potentially £103.87 with Quidco. Free delivery - HotUKDeals
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Fitbit Charge 2 (New model). £110.50 with code @ cotsworld outdoor and potentially £103.87 with Quidco. Free delivery

£110.50 @ Cotswold Outdoor
EDIT: As recommended by 'taruns' as below you can also use the code 'NEWADVENTURE', I could not get the code to work initially but you have to register with Cotswolds, go to My Account and down to 'Ex… Read More
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10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago
EDIT: As recommended by 'taruns' as below you can also use the code 'NEWADVENTURE', I could not get the code to work initially but you have to register with Cotswolds, go to My Account and down to 'Explore More' - if you register for these additional benefits I found the code now works after a couple of days.

This brings the price down to £110.50 and with 6% Quidco a potential £103.87

The original code I had used to give 10% was: VOUCHCLOUD-WEB

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The new Fitbit Charge 2 is available for pre-order, it should be available at the end of September.

The current price on Fitbit and Amazon is £129.99 so a nice little saving of £19.49 and potentially £26.12

Cotswold Outdoor has it available in both sizes (Small & Large) and the 4 colourways (Plum, Black, Blue & Teal).

Features:

Pureplus Heart Rate: Continuous, automatic, wrist-based heart rate tracking without an uncomfortable chest strap.

All-Day Activity Tracking: Track steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes and hourly activity.

Auto Sleep Tracking: Automatically track how long and how well you sleep and set a silent vibrating alarm.

Auto Exercise Recognition: SmartTrack automatically recognizes select exercises (running, biking and more) and records them for you in the Fitbit app.

Connected GPS: Connect Charge 2 with the GPS on your phone to see real-time stats like pace and distance on display and record a map of your route.

It seems like a good deal to me.
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2 Likes #1
Good price, but I can't understand why the new generation Fitbit isn't waterproof.....!
#2
out of stock... cold
2 Likes #3
oos because it is a pre-order
#4
ktm666
Good price, but I can't understand why the new generation Fitbit isn't waterproof.....!


I would have liked to have seen GPS built in as well so you don't have to carry your phone on a run etc as well. The Garmin Vivosmart HR+ has everything but more expensive and a bit chunky for me.
1 Like #5
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ktm666
Good price, but I can't understand why the new generation Fitbit isn't waterproof.....!


I would have liked to have seen GPS built in as well so you don't have to carry your phone on a run etc as well. The Garmin Vivosmart HR+ has everything but more expensive and a bit chunky for me.


Yeah, I've been after one for a while and can't decide, as fitbits arnt waterproof. The vivosmart has everything but I'm not nit too keen on the design. I'm hoping that the Microsoft band 3 will be everything I want! Otherwise I'll have to compromise.
1 Like #6
I'm a big fan of the Fitbit ecosystem , and also I really like that they count flights of stairs climbed (it's just a stat that I really enjoy having, and none of the other trackers office). My wife & I both had Fitbit Ones, which were great but did have a major tendency to get lost or forgotten. We both upgraded to Charge HRs, which we love, except for the fact that they just don't seem to be durable enough. My wife's just died only a month out of its one year warranty. Mine has been tricky to charge for months, and I think it's on its last legs (18 months old). Despite this, we're still both going to get Charge 2s - I think the trick though is to get them from John Lewis where they come with an automatic 2 year guarantee. Easily worth a few extra £s.

And as for those who want GPS - there are Fitbit that do that, but gps is always gonna come with a size/battery penalty... depends if that's justified for your use.
2 Likes #7
fitbit offer 2yrs as standard
#8
bought hope quidco comes thru!
#9
Use this code for 15% => NEWADVENTURE, just bought this for £103.37 (paid £110.50 - £6.63(Cashback amount) i.e. 6% Quidco)

Edited By: taruns on Sep 11, 2016 08:26: update
#10
My charge hr broke last week . It was still within warranty so fit bit replaced it no bother . No amount of pleading and offering to pay the difference persuade them to send me a charge 2 . Meanies !
#11
, 15% code. Damn might cancel my order and reorder
#12
taruns
Use this code for 15% => NEWADVENTURE, just bought this for £103.37 (paid £110.50 - 6% Quidco)


I couldn't get that code to work, is it just for new customers maybe? Great deal if it works
#13
Cold. No GPS.
1 Like #14
Code does work, after you enter the code it doesn't appear to take off the discount, However on the next screen the 15% discount is applied.
1 Like #15
Cancelled first 10% order via email... Reordered with 15%. Thanks taruns
#16
BigCol4
taruns
Use this code for 15% => NEWADVENTURE, just bought this for £103.37 (paid £110.50 - 6% Quidco)
I couldn't get that code to work, is it just for new customers maybe? Great deal if it works
Nope, it is for existing customers only. When i did not login it accepted the code but no discount was applied. But once i logged in(using existing account), it applied the discount. Try creating an account first and try again.
1 Like #17
clarkeyi
Cold. No GPS.
Why cold, i thought hotukdeals votes are for discount price rather than the product features :-(, btw it got assisted GPS not standalone GPS. So you have to carry your phone for GPS support.

Edited By: taruns on Sep 11, 2016 08:33
#18
nijjyp
Code does work, after you enter the code it doesn't appear to take off the discount, However on the next screen the 15% discount is applied.

It still doesn't work for me, I went all the way through to the payment page and is still shows as £130, the code is definitely applied. I'm glad it worked for you, hopefully it will work for others as well :) I won't edit the post with the new code as I can't verify it works.
#19
taruns
BigCol4
taruns
Use this code for 15% => NEWADVENTURE, just bought this for £103.37 (paid £110.50 - 6% Quidco)
I couldn't get that code to work, is it just for new customers maybe? Great deal if it works
Nope, it is for existing customers only. When i did not login it accepted the code but no discount was applied. But once i logged in(using existing account), it applied the discount. Try creating an account first and try again.

I do already have an account with them, that's why I thought it might be for new customers only. Weird! I'll keep trying, thank you for the advice
#20
clarkeyi
Cold. No GPS.

I see you have a mountain bike post, the bike weighs 14kg, should I apply the same logic you do and vote cold on it because it isn't 8kg?
1 Like #21
Hot, no GPS.
#22
I tried NEWADVENTURE as new account and as logged in in two browsers: no luck, but the first code worked
1 Like #23
In the end went with garmin vivosmart hr+ for 135
#24
Garmin vivosmart range is say seems the best for all round features.
Good battery life, robust, always on screen, good buckle, good features and a WR of 50m.

Fitbits and MS band 2 have serious quality issues.

Gone for a Samsung gear fit 2 myself only because I got one for £90 1 month old. Seems decent specs and above all looks comfortable to wear.

If it don't work out I'll be getting the Garmin vivosmart HR.
#25
Code doesn't work, tried everything the Op states. What was the original code? Seems to work for everyone.
#26
Craig__a
Code doesn't work, tried everything the Op states. What was the original code? Seems to work for everyone.


If you follow my instructions the code should work, it initially didn't work for me but did after I registered for the 'Explore More' account it worked within a couple of days. The code for 10% off is VOUCHCLOUD-WEB, that should work straight away
1 Like #27
BigCol4
Craig__a
Code doesn't work, tried everything the Op states. What was the original code? Seems to work for everyone.


If you follow my instructions the code should work, it initially didn't work for me but did after I registered for the 'Explore More' account it worked within a couple of days. The code for 10% off is VOUCHCLOUD-WEB, that should work straight away


I emailed them and customer services sorted it out for me to get 15%

They aren't getting stock until the end if September or later though according to the guy I spoke to, don't know if that matters to anyone.
#28
Who did you email Craig as mine is not working either
#30
Cant get the 15% off code to work, have emailed them. Any other known deals anywhere for this fitbit?
#31
sprite127594
Garmin vivosmart range is say seems the best for all round features.
Good battery life, robust, always on screen, good buckle, good features and a WR of 50m.
Fitbits and MS band 2 have serious quality issues.
Gone for a Samsung gear fit 2 myself only because I got one for £90 1 month old. Seems decent specs and above all looks comfortable to wear.
If it don't work out I'll be getting the Garmin vivosmart HR.

My issue with the vivosmart HR is that it only has a dedicated app for running.
#32
lauraleonard88
Cant get the 15% off code to work, have emailed them. Any other known deals anywhere for this fitbit?


If you follow the instructions it will work, if not you could use the 10% code?
#33
Nice find, but the voucher codes are 10% off, bringing the price to £117. Less Quidco 6% is £109.98.
NEWADVENTURE does not work, even when registering. Ordered one anyway.

Been watchig this for a while, can;t find cheaper. Currys do stock them as well.


Edited By: d8smt on Sep 16, 2016 14:40
#34
d8smt
Nice find, but the voucher codes are 10% off, bringing the price to £117. Less Quidco 6% is £109.98.
NEWADVENTURE does not work, even when registering. Ordered one anyway.

Been watchig this for a while, can;t find cheaper. Currys do stock them as well.



NEWADVENTURE does work as others have posted, if you follow the instructions in the listing it will work - you might have to wait 1-2 days for the account to set up. That code provides a 15% discount and the prices listed in the post
#35
Anyone received theirs yet ???
#36
d8smt
Anyone received theirs yet ???


Not yet, they are expectinf stock end of September
1 Like #37
NEWADVENTURE code just worked for me. It took about 3 days though from registering for the Explore More account. Initially it would accept the code but not apply any discount. Tried this morning and it worked!

N.B. Quidco has now tracked too, but at £8.84 as it's now 8%, making it an even better deal at net £101.66!

Edited By: BulldogNo1 on Sep 24, 2016 10:10: Update
1 Like #38
Great deal followed the instructions signed up to the explore more benefits and used the new adventure code after 2 days and got 15% great deal! Thanks! :D
1 Like #39
Choe
Great deal followed the instructions signed up to the explore more benefits and used the new adventure code after 2 days and got 15% great deal! Thanks! :D
Hope you remembered to buy it through Quidco too?
1 Like #40
All ordered, seems to be in stock now too.
Code worked after three days. Fingers crossed quidco tracks

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