Fitbit Versa smartwatch drops to around $135 after $65 discount in limited-time eBay deal

Fitbit Versa smartwatch drops to around $135 after $65 discount in limited-time eBay deal
If you're a fan of Fitbit's industry-leading health monitoring technology but don't have 200 bucks to spend on the company's most popular smartwatch, you could make a few compromises and pick up the Versa Lite Edition at a decent $40 discount.

Even better, the regular Fitbit Versa occasionally goes on sale at marked-down prices on its manufacturer's official website, as well as various third-party retailers. Of course, the best way to maximize your savings is always to shop on eBay (from trusted sellers only), one of which currently has the Android and iOS-compatible smartwatch listed at $160.55. If $40 doesn't sound like an earth-shattering discount, perhaps an additional 15 percent off will sell you on this pretty sweet deal.

For a limited time, you can apply the "JULY4FUN" coupon code in your cart and shave the aforementioned 15 percent off the already reduced $160.55 price of a black Fitbit Versa in a large size. At the end of the day, you're looking at spending only a little over $135 on a relatively well-reviewed wearable device that rarely fetches less than $170 as part of sanctioned first or third-party promotions.

These are brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged items you're dealing with here, mind you, although VIP Outlet, a veteran eBay seller with a 96.1 percent positive customer feedback score, can't quite match the standard manufacturer's warranty offered elsewhere. Still, you'll be getting a free 90-day warranty, which is obviously better than nothing, as well as free nationwide shipping and free 30-day returns.

As for the smartwatch itself, while the Fitbit Versa is no heavyweight Apple Watch Series 4 contender, its list of features is pretty lengthy and robust, including everything from a built-in heart rate monitor to a waterproof design, 4+ days of battery life, a bright and colorful LCD panel, and all kinds of sensors working tirelessly to track your activity, sleep, and general wellness.

Check out the deal here

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