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fitbit flex 2 £59.99 at Currys
fitbit flex 2 £59.99 at Currys

fitbit flex 2 £59.99 at Currys

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Great deal on the fitbit flex 2 Currys, order online and collect in store. Was £74.99.

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£10 cheaper than the Black Friday deals.

Thanks OP been after one of these for an xmas gift

Really wanted to get one of these but only up to 5-days battery, and most people on the Fitbit forum are only getting 2-3 days real use before needing to charge, Fitbit answer is to disable a lot of the features which makes it kind of pointless.

Can anyone who has one please confirm more in the battery life?

Thanks op, was in Curry's last night looking for one for the wife and they were £74.99, reserved one

Same price on amazon for those with prime.

thanks op. bought this from argos when it was 69.99 so will return that now although would not be surprised if they changed their price shortly

g8spur

Same price on amazon for those with prime.


Good Dam you sir, - just ordered from Amazon. Thanks :-)

Looks like 5.5% cashback with quidco too.

Same as Amazon

Most popular wearable and just buying Pebble.
Xiaomi most popular smart watch I think its 17% share1st place and apple are about 5%
Would be interested in views on the Xiaomi

Edited by: "deany76" 7th Dec 2016

DaveD888

thanks op. bought this from argos when it was 69.99 so will return that … thanks op. bought this from argos when it was 69.99 so will return that now although would not be surprised if they changed their price shortly



Is the box unopened or bought online?
Hopefully the new owners Sainsburys will treat you with respect not distain for return an item.

thanks OP

deany76

Is the box unopened or bought online? Hopefully the new owners Sainsburys … Is the box unopened or bought online? Hopefully the new owners Sainsburys will treat you with respect not distain for return an item.


Why should you be treated "with respect" for returning something that you've used but since found cheaper? Nobody forced you to buy it in the first place. Ever heard of responsibility?

qbs

Why should you be treated "with respect" for returning something that … Why should you be treated "with respect" for returning something that you've used but since found cheaper? Nobody forced you to buy it in the first place. Ever heard of responsibility?




BOOM! Nice one qbs! Got him in the nuts!
Edited by: "Rogier_Arpignot" 7th Dec 2016

Would love one of these, tracks swimming

Original Poster

I looked at the Amazon price last night and it was around £74.99, I think they have dropped the price to match Currys. Personally I prefer going into a store to buy electrical goods, I have bad luck with them (four smartwatches in six months), so find it a lot easier to bring back to the store.

deany76

Most popular wearable and just buying Pebble.Xiaomi most popular smart … Most popular wearable and just buying Pebble.Xiaomi most popular smart watch I think its 17% share1st place and apple are about 5%Would be interested in views on the Xiaomi



Had the Xiaomi mi band s it was awesome, better than the western competitors, battery life over one month too. Sleep tracking more accurate in my opinion and fully automated.

qbs

Why should you be treated "with respect" for returning something that … Why should you be treated "with respect" for returning something that you've used but since found cheaper? Nobody forced you to buy it in the first place. Ever heard of responsibility?



Yes I have heard of responsibility thank you and there should be 'No Quibble' returns by Argos as they make out its 'No Quibble' its only when you read the fine print and get interogated by the staff then Manager and treated with disdain.
Thats why I shop mainly at JLP and amazon they treat you with respect.

Misleading retail statement that catches most folk out particularly the vulnerable:
https://www.argos.co.uk/help/returns-and-refunds/

Irresponsible not to bring it to folks attention thank you


Edited by: "deany76" 7th Dec 2016

deany76

Yes I have heard of responsibility thank you and there should be 'No … Yes I have heard of responsibility thank you and there should be 'No Quibble' returns by Argos as they make out its 'No Quibble' its only when you read the fine print and get interogated by the staff then Manager and treated with disdain.Thats why I shop mainly at JLP and amazon they treat you with respect.Misleading retail statement that catches most folk out particularly the vulnerable:https://www.argos.co.uk/help/returns-and-refunds/Irresponsible not to bring it to folks attention thank you



what you on about mate, just take it back and stop stressing

Had a Xiaomi band, it simply stopped charging after 5-months, cost more to send it back than what it was worth, but a good way to test at an entry level.

I bought a Flex 1 as a Christmas gift for £39.99, would you say it's worth the extra features taking it back and getting this for £20 more?

Bluefusion

Really wanted to get one of these but only up to 5-days battery, and most … Really wanted to get one of these but only up to 5-days battery, and most people on the Fitbit forum are only getting 2-3 days real use before needing to charge, Fitbit answer is to disable a lot of the features which makes it kind of pointless.Can anyone who has one please confirm more in the battery life?



I had one for about a month and usually got around 4-5 days with it, which was a big improvement over my day battery Microsoft Band 2.

The only issue I had with it was massively overestimating my steps - by massively I mean a good 15-20% higher step count than the MB2 (which I know is accurate as I've actually watched it count my steps as I'm walking) on the same day, being worn on the same wrist.

But even with the overcounting, for this price it's a decent tracker with some good app integrations.

not bad thanks !

Tempted by this purely for the fact it's waterproof and the swim tracker. Used a Fitbit charge HR for a week or so earlier this yr but found it a little big and the hr function didn't work well in gym so revert to my Polar H7. Think I'll be more likely to stick with this as it looks small enough to forget your wearing it.

just ordered, thank you very much getting delivered tomorrow.

Seems really expensive seeing how it doesn't track heart rate. The Sony SWR10 is a fraction of the cost of these and seems to have all the same functions and maybe a few more (like media controls... which you will probably never use, but still).

Good deal

Thank you ..nice find

cold, now showing as 74.99

Looks like its expired, back to full price

Original Poster

It's expired guys, I'm not sure how ti change the status. Do I report it or can do it myself? Thanks
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