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Fitbit Charge HR - £79.99 with a 2 year guarantee @ John Lewis (3 colours)

£79.99 @ John Lewis
2 year guarantee. Free delivery or £3.50 if you want to pick it up yourself (no, me neither). Available in black, plum and teal Track every beat, step and more with the Fitbit Charge HR. This adv… Read More
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7m, 4w agoFound 7 months, 4 weeks ago
2 year guarantee. Free delivery or £3.50 if you want to pick it up yourself (no, me neither). Available in black, plum and teal

Track every beat, step and more with the Fitbit Charge HR. This advanced heart rate, activity and sleep tracking wristband is designed to give you the most accurate information about your health and fitness. Charge HR syncs with your smartphone to present real-time information on your progress as well as display call notifications and the time on your wrist.
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4 Likes #1
Its the same price everywhere isnt it? Not sure what the deal is here?

£79.99 · John LewisFree shipping
£79.99 · CurrysFree shipping
£79.99 · PC WorldFree shipping
#2
£90 in many places, and this has a 2 year guarantee (Currys/PCW are 1 year).
#3
ok so not a deal just JL normal 2 year warranty then?
2 Likes #4
nictry
ok so not a deal just JL normal 2 year warranty then?
The deal is in the mind if the OP. Hence why we vote. If someone was just about to go into PC world and buy one then the OP has possibly got them an extra years warranty.
#5
Free 3 years' Added Care for your technology (includes accidental damage cover) on this item.
#6
How did you get the 3 years Added Care for free as for me it shows £20?
#7
williamh1
Free 3 years' Added Care for your technology (includes accidental damage cover) on this item.

How did u manage that??
1 Like #8
i think it's the title which is misleading as it doesn't appear the 79.99 is the deal but more the 2 year guarantee.
1 Like #9
I think this will be the new normal price as it dropped to £79 on Amazon the other day probably due the HR2 version coming out.
#10
neontint
How did you get the 3 years Added Care for free as for me it shows £20?

Did you find out by any chance??
#11
adamnsu
neontint
How did you get the 3 years Added Care for free as for me it shows £20?

Did you find out by any chance??


just add to basket and go to checkout it shows free
#12
I'm not voting either way, this may suit some people.. I've just ordered the Fitbit charge 2, which has several extra features CotswoldOutdoors £110 with 15% code on UKHD
#13
When I add it to the basket it shows £20
#14
jojoatl
adamnsu
neontint
How did you get the 3 years Added Care for free as for me it shows £20?
Did you find out by any chance??
just add to basket and go to checkout it shows free

I just did. total shows £99
#15
neontint
When I add it to the basket it shows £20
Same here
#16
williamh1
Free 3 years' Added Care for your technology (includes accidental damage cover) on this item.
jojoatl
adamnsu
neontint
How did you get the 3 years Added Care for free as for me it shows £20?
Did you find out by any chance??
just add to basket and go to checkout it shows free

Are u guys sure u are not referring to free delivery, as Ive been trying for sometime and I cant get 3 years added care for free.
#17
neontint
How did you get the 3 years Added Care for free as for me it shows £20?
When I went in to the John Lewis it was showing the added care as complimentary. Since then the site has changed. :(
#18
Can someone tell me how something 4 x the price of other bands is worth it? WHat does this do that a Mi band 2 doesn't?
3 Likes #19
COLD COLD COLD..

Standard price everywhere..

Cannot use the two year warranty to sell this, otherwise people can put any JL product on here..

I'll get my coat..
#20
I've had my Charge HR replaced 4 times so far this year, google Charge HR Bubble, seems to a major problem their just riding out.
#21
I have the Xiaomi band which is available for £10 http://www.gearbest.com/smart-wristband/pp_259237.html?wid=21and my Wife has this Fitbit model. Reviews would suggest they are on par with each other so why spend another £50 on this. My Wifes Fitbit strap broke and I managed to glue it back together. I would say it cost a few pence for the strap and about £0.10 for the casing and internal software to put these things together. What a total rip off.
#22
craizy
I've had my Charge HR replaced 4 times so far this year, google Charge HR Bubble, seems to a major problem their just riding out.
I'm on my 2nd replacement since November 2015 purchase, last time was for this bubble issue...luckily I only paid £50 for mine in a black friday deal so I don't feel too bad.
#23
Two years eh? That's about 23 months longer than I've heard anyone wear a smart watch!
#24
nictry
ok so not a deal just JL normal 2 year warranty then?


Actually all fitbits have a 2 year guarantee, its not something JL are adding as an extra
#25
ukhotdeals1
Two years eh? That's about 23 months longer than I've heard anyone wear a smart watch!
It is not a smart watch, it is a fitness band. I wore my first gen Polar Band for two years solid, every single day and upgraded to Garmin Vivosmart HR+ in July this year. I was afraid of the Fitbit rash but Garmin has given me rash as well. My skin has become more used to it now. I have noticed that rash was less severe on the side of the strap where it has perforations/ holes where as the buckle side of the strap has no holes and this is where the most damage to the skin is done. Fitbit has a solid strap with no holes. I can imagine the severity of rash under an all round solid strap with no air circulation under it.
#26
I've had my Charge HR for well over a year and never had a problem. Paid £65 for it and think I made a good purchase.
#27
Love my fitbit HR but the build quality is awful, I'm on my 3rd replacement one in 9 months. The straps fall to pieces, however the fitbit customer support is excellent and they honoured a replacement each time. 2 year warranty makes this a good deal in my opinion.
#28
Bear in mind the Charge HR heart rate monitor is beyond useless, to the point that there is a class action lawsuit in america taking place. Mine works well at rest, but during a work out it never really shows above 105bpm, so it is pretty useless for checking recovery rates or assessing calories burnt at the gym.....

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/12086337/Fitbit-heart-rate-tracking-is-dangerously-inaccurate-lawsuit-claims.html
#29
These will drop in price everywhere as the HR 2 is out.

Also i've had to replace two of them due to the plastic coating eventually "bubbling" off and making it look terrible.

Edited By: Benn99 on Oct 01, 2016 22:43
#30
johnnyd57uk
I have the Xiaomi band which is available for £10 http://www.gearbest.com/smart-wristband/pp_259237.html?wid=21and my Wife has this Fitbit model. Reviews would suggest they are on par with each other so why spend another £50 on this. My Wifes Fitbit strap broke and I managed to glue it back together. I would say it cost a few pence for the strap and about £0.10 for the casing and internal software to put these things together. What a total rip off.

Have to choose China, US or EU - what are we now? 'Billy no mates?' Thanks to the little englanders..
#31
Thanks, just bought one ☺ I've had a fitbit for over a year now and they're great for automatically tracking your activities, sleep etc. My old one is a bit battered now so a nice new shiny one ☺

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