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Fitbit Charge 3 Special Edition, Health and Fitness Tracker with NFC, White & Google Home Mini £89 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Fitbit Charge 3 Special Edition, Health and Fitness Tracker with NFC, White & Google Home Mini £89 @ John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 9th Jan

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  • Fitbit Charge 3 Special Edition
  • NFC / Fitbit Pay option
  • Classic black band, suitable for use during physical activity
  • Wristbands – helpfully, both small and large
  • Charging cable
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I just bought the Fitbit inspire and Google nest mini for £79
I think this is a much better deal! Heat!
You can pretty much forget about the NFC, that is unless you bank with Santander !
lollypoplee09/01/2020 12:44

You can pretty much forget about the NFC, that is unless you bank with …You can pretty much forget about the NFC, that is unless you bank with Santander !


Yeah, i was going to echo this. For anyone hoping that there bank will be added, the bank list hasn't changed in about 3 years. There's an ongoing thread on the Fitbit forum from 2017. Very poor support.
good deal I am tempted as my Fitbit charge 2 doesn't seem to be keeping track of my steps as well as it should,but I have had it for around 4 years..heat added
morgano09/01/2020 12:52

Yeah, i was going to echo this. For anyone hoping that there bank will be …Yeah, i was going to echo this. For anyone hoping that there bank will be added, the bank list hasn't changed in about 3 years. There's an ongoing thread on the Fitbit forum from 2017. Very poor support.


I bought mine assuming HSBC would let me use it like they do for Apple Pay! I was very annoyed to find out I couldn’t use it - would have been ideal to buy a coffee after a run.
morgano09/01/2020 12:52

Yeah, i was going to echo this. For anyone hoping that there bank will be …Yeah, i was going to echo this. For anyone hoping that there bank will be added, the bank list hasn't changed in about 3 years. There's an ongoing thread on the Fitbit forum from 2017. Very poor support.


Might change if the google purchase of fitbit goes through.
Great offer, nice find Mr Switch
Is this the second gen of Google home speaker
Blowerd09/01/2020 13:21

Is this the second gen of Google home speaker


Nope, 1st mate
Cheers mate, is there much difference between the 1st and 2nd gen
Blowerd09/01/2020 13:35

Cheers mate, is there much difference between the 1st and 2nd gen


I've recently got the nest (2nd Gen) and it's supposed to hear you better etc. I've not noticed much of a difference apart from it being louder to play music etc.
Thanks been watching this for the wife's birthday, The Google mini is ok but they will be giving these away with cornflakes soon the way it's going.
lollypoplee09/01/2020 12:44

You can pretty much forget about the NFC, that is unless you bank with …You can pretty much forget about the NFC, that is unless you bank with Santander !


I opened an account with Starling online, linked it with Fitbit Pay and transferred some pocket money to pay with the tracker. All in about 10 minutes!
lollypoplee09/01/2020 12:44

You can pretty much forget about the NFC, that is unless you bank with …You can pretty much forget about the NFC, that is unless you bank with Santander !


Got mine working fine with Revolut without any issues 39633139-Ps3kO.jpg
sam214209/01/2020 15:00

Got mine working fine with Revolut without any issues [Image]


Who are Revoult ?
I see it says visa so thats interesting
OOS. 😔
Edited by: "RickyJ" 9th Jan
Tom_77709/01/2020 13:12

I bought mine assuming HSBC would let me use it like they do for Apple …I bought mine assuming HSBC would let me use it like they do for Apple Pay! I was very annoyed to find out I couldn’t use it - would have been ideal to buy a coffee after a run.


Had a look again - they do now support Revolut (online bank who I reckon are better than any high street bank anyway)
lollypoplee09/01/2020 15:48

Who are Revoult ?I see it says visa so thats interesting


Online bank - they’re very very good - if I could pay cash into them I honestly wouldn’t bank with anyone else.
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