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Fitbit Charge 3 $165.99 Delivered @ ASOS

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First post :)

Fitbit Charge 3 at ASOS for $165.99 using code 50DOLLARS. Code expires Thursday 7pm AEDT.

Can use code 70DOLLARS to get 70 dollars off if spending over $250.

It's the cheapest so far if combined with 15% Cashback via ShopBack — effectively $141.09. 15% cashback expires 11.59pm AEDT, 21st Jan.
Current ShopBack cash back rate is at 7%.

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With Fitbit Pay —> $180 before Cashback

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  • +5 votes

    Great first post!

    • +1 vote

      Thanks mate!!

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    Great price!

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    US version doesn’t include fitbit pay iirc.
    If that’s a feature you’re interested you’re better off waiting for the $160-170 sales on AU stock that seem to happen fairly often. Otherwise go for the special edition for $180

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      Been waiting for OZ stock to go for $150 like it did around Xmas but I missed it then. Ready to pull the trigger now.

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    Absolutely ripper deal! Picked up a special edition for $180 and looking forward to that tasty shopback credit bringing back to $153 because I will definitely use the fitbit pay. Very worth the $12 price bump imho

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      Pretty sure his version doesn't have Fitbit pay 🤷

      • +1 vote

        The one on the bottom of the post is the special edition. The special editions have fitbit pay but not the standard model.

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        All Australian models have Fitbit Pay, but not sure if ASOS is selling Aus stock

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          I purchased one from ASOS last time they were on sale. It arrived and had no mention of fitbit pay on the box, so I didn't open it and returned it for a full refund.

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          Yeah, looking at the images on the ASOS site, the special edition box has a mention of FitBit Pay but not the standard edition unfortunately so felt that was the way to go

  • +7 votes

    If you change to the Russian asos, and apply to same code, it brings it down to 7,062.45 Russian Ruble. Which equals $148.58 Australian Dollars, then cash back on top would still apply I believe?

    I'm personally not getting the item, just thought I'd throw the idea out there.

    I did order some clothes recently, switched to the UK asos site to save some money, and Cash Rewards tracked fine.

    Russian seems to also be the cheapest currency for the fitbit pay version according to https://www.codesium.com/asos-price-checker/

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      I did this method, but the conversion for paypal for me brings it to $155.42aud, still $10 cheaper. Hopefully cashrewards works, first time using it. If my math is correct should bring it down to 132?

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        Cashrewards or shopback?
        Cashrewards is only 3.5%.

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          i meant Cashback, via ShopBack. sorry for wording

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        Would be best to use a card with no international transaction fees if you have one, otherwise, still cheaper like you said :)

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    thanks op .. got the special edition, hopefully will get cashback as well :) very happy was looking for these

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    I bought a charge 3 from Officeworks last week. Just the regular black one.
    Are we sure you don't get Fitbit pay with all charge 3 devices? I am yet to use it (i keep forgetting) but i have definitely set up fitbit pay on my charge 3.

    This is an excellent price btw. I paid $179

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    Hey guys newbie here, does fitbit pay work like Googlepay? Link AUS cc to it and tap? Thanks

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    How long does it take to ship to Aus

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      My expected delivery (Perth) is the 31st of Jan.

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    Thanks OP, good price :)

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    Nice find! Bought 2 :)

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    Isn’t the fit bit charge 2 better with higher reviews and was $99 at Xmas ?

  • +4 votes

    Genuine question,
    Why would someone buy a fitbit instead of a Xiaomi band?

    Looking at the specs of this fitbit, it has about 20% the battery life of a Mi band, costs 5-6x more, only positive is it has a slightly more broader sport tracking range.

    I don't understand all the rage…

    • +2 votes

      It's like a Pixel VS Android $99 phone.
      Okay, so it's not quite like that.
      But some people like the Fitbit ecosystem, its 'non-chinese' software and app support, and other reasons.
      Also marketing.

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        Can't say I know what the ecosystem is like. Xiaomi band doesn't feel Chinese though. On the hardware front, I went scuba diving to 32m last year with it, no problems. I feel like marketing is legit pretty well the only reason people want a Fitbit.

    • +1 vote

      All my friends have it and we do the work week hustle, which is a competition to see who gets the most steps mon-fri. Pretty fun. Also fitbit pay is great.

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        So you got one because your friends have one? Does the app itself pool you all together and compare you automatically or something? If so, that's really cool. If not, then I don't see the value in the purchase, could do the same with a Mi band, I actually do, with one other buddy.

        Didn't know you can use it to pay, that's a nice feature.

        • +2 votes

          You create a competition and invite your friends to join and you can compare steps on a leaderboard, outside of that you can message each other and see their stats like average steps, milestones etc depending on what you choose to make visible to others. I don't want to overstate the social aspect of it, it's really cool and works well, but you really need others to be regular fitbit users to get the most out of it. But it's great when you have a few mates to compete with

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        you might as well use the Qantas Wellbeing app, in which you can compete with other people even if they don't you fitbit.
        And you can also earn Qantas point on that.

        • +1 vote

          Okay, but I already use a fitbit. Thanks for the suggestion though.

    • +1 vote

      It's like a cheap phone vs cheaper phone. At first you see it has all the equipment you fancy, but then you realise it doesn't really work or you need to make new habits.

      Edit: The most confusing is how Charge counts steps when you're not walking really. I guess it's the same with Xiaomi. If the atmospheric pressure/weather (?) changes in some way, the device will add 11 floors climbed to your daily achievements. I assume heartbeat rate measurements are of the same reliability, in both. So get the cheaper - notifications probs work similar and on Fitbit they weren't too bad. After a month I still haven't received a reply from TGG re return of Charge 3.

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    I was interested in getting one of those when smart watches first came out couple of years ago. Due to step counters and sleeper monitors being inaccurate (and that I don't have too much interest in them either) I stopped following them. Does this one do anything that smart watches from couple years ago can't?

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      No. Fitbit just continually brings out new products because they always fall apart within 2 years.

  • +2 votes

    You couldn't pay me to use fitbit after my experience with their early products. Had 3x break on me.

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    I was going to jump on this but after some youtube reviews and online reviews, decided not to buy…

    1. Doesn't have 'always on' feature
    2. Apart from double tapping the watch, there is a button to wake it up (on the left hand side of the watch). This means it will be super awkward and inconvenient if you wear your watch on your left wrist.

    ..hope this helps..

    • +1 vote

      Raise my hand and the screen on to show time or whatever I was on before it turns off so that's good enough for me.

  • +1 vote

    I hope they've improved in quality because I've had the Charge 1 and 2 and I've had 3 band failures in the past on the Charge 1 and now I'm up to failure number 4 with the Charge 2. While Fitbit replaced the bands (reluctantly after many of the failures) it's just been painful having to contact them every time, provide pictures, get passed to managers and higher ups for email response etc. I'd never again buy another Fitbit product.

    YMMV.

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    "Due to a tech glitch, your order has been cancelled - we’re sorry about this and understand this isn’t the news you were hoping for.

    Good news, we’ve arranged for a replacement to be sent to you (subject to stock availability)."

    This is 2 days after the email telling me that my product had "shipped". Not holding my breath … I assume that if they did send a replacement order that this will invalidate the cashback too?

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      Good luck!
      I had an issue where despite the order going through and getting the PayPal receipt the order didn't process. Had to re-order the next day at the lower shopback % when I realized >.>

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        Thanks! I'm glad to see that it doesn't appear to be a widespread thing. Gives me more confidence that it might turn out ok. I half expected to wake up to a bunch of people all posting the same thing and it being a case where they sold way more than expected and ran out of stock.