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Fitbit Charge 3 Fitness Band - $114 + Delivery (Free C&C) @ Officeworks/Harvey Norman/Domayne/Joyce Mayne

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EDIT: Expiring the deal as all sellers listed have reverted to $128.

Appears Officeworks are price matching Harvey Norman/Domayne/Joyce Mayne. Harvey Norman/Domayne/Joyce Mayne says the price will end tonight, not sure if that means Officeworks will change pricing then also. Doesn't appear to be available on Officeworks eBay. If the price increases at Officeworks please report/expire the deal or revert to Jb HiFi pricing.

OW Black
OW Blue
HN Black
HN Blue
JM Black
JM Blue
Domayne Black
Domayne Blue

Also available at JB for $118:
JB Black
JB Blue

Stock appears to be variable between stores, your mileage may vary.

Features:
* You can use the Fitbit Charge 3 to track your all day activity, including automatic exercise recognition for runs, swims, elliptical, sports and more.
* The wrist watch design incorporates advanced heart rate sensors to provide you with 24/7 heart rate tracking.
* The Charge 3 is also compatible with Fitbit Pay, allowing you to setup your cards in the Fitbit app, then make secure contactless payments using your watch.
* The battery can go for up to 7 days at a time, allowing you to spend less time charging and more time tracking your health.
* The Charge 3 has a swimproof construction so you don't have to worry about removing it if you're swimming or in the shower.
* It can provide you with guided breathing sessions based on your heart rate to help keep you calm throughout the day.
* You can choose to receive call, calendar and text notifications from your smartphone delivered directly to your Fitbit, helping you to stay connected at all times.
* The device features a durable construction made using aluminium and Corning Gorilla Glass.
* You can connect the tracker to your phone's GPS to enjoy real time pace and distance tracking when you're working out outside.
* The Fitbit app can also be used for female health tracking, allowing you to keep an eye on your cycle.
* You can choose to receive Reminders to Move throughout the day, helping to prevent you from sitting for too long at a time.
* The back-lit display will automatically adjust its brightness based on the light you're in, making it easy to read in almost any environment.

Related Stores

Officeworks
Officeworks
Domayne
Domayne
Harvey Norman
Harvey Norman
Joyce Mayne
Joyce Mayne

Comments

  • -1 vote

    I was going to get this until I found out Fitbit requires a monthly subscription to access sleep data. $10 a month is pretty obnoxius.

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      Where do you see that? That sound dodgy!

    • +4 votes

      Nah man normal sleep data that you'd get with every other activity tracker is available free. Hours asleep, deep/restless etc. It's only the sleep score, sleep hr etc that's part of premium. That's bells and whistles stuff you can do without.

    • +3 votes

      I read about this when I was looking for SPO2 readings. I found that the charge 3 May have the capability but it's turned off for reasons unknown - maybe planned paywall or inaccurate? They did a trial for the premium sleep features before putting it behind a sub. When it first came out in USA it advertised SPO2 data - then the feature was never enabled so there's a lot of pissed off people in the US fitbit forum. When it released out here they never advertised SPO2 at all. I bought the Garmin vivosmart 4 from my other post - only reason I posted this is I noticed the price had dropped when I was making comparisons between the 2 and thought some may prefer this one due to nfc and being cheaper and what appears to ne slightly bigger display.

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        Good call, the SPO2 data is the reason I was thinking about fitbit in the first place. Have had sleep apnea in the past and want to keep an eye o it. Might jump on that Garmin vivosmart 4 instead. Cheers!

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          yep I have apnea myself that was determined from a home sleep study i did recently. i've got a referral to another physician to discuss the best treatment path as i'm bad enough that CPAP is a better option than a splint but not bad enough that i'm affecting my long term health with oxygen desaturation -yet so my gp wants a second opinion before i fork out for a cpap. It would be nice to have some data of my own over time, and i recognise it can't possibly be as accurate as the sleep study where multiple calibrated sensors are firmly attached to the body, but it would give a bit of an indication and at the very least be interesting. that and fitbit pay doesn't appeal to me from a security standpoint - google pay is as far as i'm comfortable with.

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      Yep like what was said already, you still get fairly comprehensive sleep info and should be more that enough for most people. Sleep score, hours slept, sleep schedule, sleep stages comes standard and free. Premium lets you see the breakdown of that score with more data on your sleeping heart rate (you can see your HR throughout the day it just breaks it down into % below/above resting) and restlessness. Everything else with Premium can really be found online.

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    In case the post stuff fixes itself on officeworks ebay

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      Thanks at time of post I couldn't find it. Was hoping a coupon might apply but as usual Officeworks has made sure it is excluded from coupons.

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    I was very lucky to find a FitBit Charge 3 box at JB HiFi that still had the special pricing of $118.00.
    They honored the price.

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