Fitbit Blaze - £131.98 Delivered with code (New Customers) @ Very
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Fitbit Blaze - £131.98 Delivered with code (New Customers) @ Very

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Found 18th Apr 2016
New Fitbit Blaze from very is 127.99 with opening a new very account & using code CPXM7 at checkout.

Delivery is 3.99 though, bringing the total to 131.98
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looks good! what's the differences between this and the HR fitbit ? just a bigger screen ?
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More features I think. You can compare fitbits on the fitbit website. That should show you the difference l
Edited by: "clarem90" 18th Apr 2016
clarem90

More features I think. You can compare fitbits on the fitbit website. … More features I think. You can compare fitbits on the fitbit website. That should show you the difference l



​https://www.fitbit.com/uk/blaze

looks good! more like a proper smart watch than just a fitness tool, probably not worth me upgrading though
Missus got one of these through same deal and likes it a lot. The "smart" features are pretty basic, though, and you need your phone for GPS and/or music, but the battery lasts a while and the data reporting's good.

Oh, Fitbit refuse to use the Apple Healthkit API too, so your stats can't be connected into the Apple Health app on an iPhone :-(

A sideline recommendation if you don't mind considering used: fitness trackers are weirdly cheap on CEX. I got annoyed with my Microsoft Band 2 so returned it and picked up a Garmin VivoActive w/HRM for £90. Utterly mint condition and a fantastic device all round
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chrisredmayne

​https://www.fitbit.com/uk/blazelooks good! more like a proper smart w … ​https://www.fitbit.com/uk/blazelooks good! more like a proper smart watch than just a fitness tool, probably not worth me upgrading though



Yeah the only additional features to the Charge are Music Control, Text notifications & Multi sport. If you've already got the HR, theres no point paying the extra money.
I bought this as I actually wanted a watch as well as a Fitbit with HR so it ticked the boxes. I like it. Battery life is about 4 - 5days even with "shiny new toy syndrome" too
Review here: http://www.dcrainmaker.com/2016/03/fitbit-blaze-depth-review.html

Verdict: Overall a good fitness watch. Uses your phones GPS. Heart Rate accuracy and other data not great. Great glorified step counter. Vivoactive HR a better fitness watch.
Girl next to me at work has one. She's a fitness nut. She likes it.

Would say get a magnetic charging cable if you get one. She finds the flap the regular USB charging port is behind incredibly annoying.
sancheez

Girl next to me at work has one. She's a fitness nut. She likes it.Would … Girl next to me at work has one. She's a fitness nut. She likes it.Would say get a magnetic charging cable if you get one. She finds the flap the regular USB charging port is behind incredibly annoying.




Help her fix the flap.
ehsan371

Help her fix the flap.



Easy now ....
Rhythm

Missus got one of these through same deal and likes it a lot. The "smart" … Missus got one of these through same deal and likes it a lot. The "smart" features are pretty basic, though, and you need your phone for GPS and/or music, but the battery lasts a while and the data reporting's good.Oh, Fitbit refuse to use the Apple Healthkit API too, so your stats can't be connected into the Apple Health app on an iPhone :-(A sideline recommendation if you don't mind considering used: fitness trackers are weirdly cheap on CEX. I got annoyed with my Microsoft Band 2 so returned it and picked up a Garmin VivoActive w/HRM for £90. Utterly mint condition and a fantastic device all round



Does the Garmin now push data to health app?
sancheez

Easy now ....



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Optical HR devices don't seem to do very well so use them as a guide rather than an accurate measurement. This isn't a 'proper' enthusiasts sports watch though so you probably won't miss the accuracy for interval training etc.
lawsonoswal

Does the Garmin now push data to health app?



Seems to. Using Garmin Connect on the iPhone all the steps and activity data seems to update corretly on the Health app
Think you could do click and collect with this one to avoid delivery charge, zing!
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Awesome....
I ordered something similar last night for £1 + £1 p&p....
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You need to open a credit account to get the discount, which i have done and the discount has applied.
Rhythm

fitness trackers are weirdly cheap on CEX. I got annoyed with my … fitness trackers are weirdly cheap on CEX. I got annoyed with my Microsoft Band 2 so returned it and picked up a Garmin VivoActive w/HRM for £90. Utterly mint condition and a fantastic device all round



CEX want more for a used one of these than Very want for a brand new one. To take a step down, CEX want £72 for a Charge HR, there's another deal on here for a brand new Charge HR for £80.

That doesn't seem very cheap on CEX's part.
Just ordered this with the 20% off and 9 months
interest free as well as 7% cashback via quidco.

This still works, I decided to have an upgrade and as I can't wear my watch at the same time as my Fitbit I have upgraded to this one. So excited for it arriving!!!!!

clarem90

New Fitbit Blaze from very is 127.99 with opening a new very … New Fitbit Blaze from very is 127.99 with opening a new very account & using code CPXM7 at checkout.Delivery is 3.99 though, bringing the total to 131.98

Dingdangdo

Just ordered this with the 20% off and 9 months interest free as well as … Just ordered this with the 20% off and 9 months interest free as well as 7% cashback via quidco.


If you look at quidco terms and conditions for the very 7% cashback, it says cashback will not be paid with a voucher code used
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