Save yourself time and money with our carefully selected smartwatch and fitness tracker deals.
We'll help you to find the best smartwatch and fitness tracker deals to suit every budget in the January sales. All of the products listed below have been put through their paces in our lab tests, so check our reviews to see whether they offer the features you're most interested in.
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We like:Comfortable and lightweight
We don't like:No in-built GPS
This Fitbit Luxe comes in a bundle package exclusively from John Lewis with a charging cable and extra strap band.
It has plenty of features, including menstrual tracking.
It doesn't come with GPS built-in, but you can connect to your phone's GPS. So you'll need to take your phone out with you if you want it to track your running route.
We like:Slim and lightweight
We don't like: Can only track a limited range of activities in any detail
This fitness tracker has built-in GPS, allowing for phone-free route-tracking. It's waterproof so you can keep it on your wrist while swimming.
The Fitbit Charge 5 is compatible with both Android and iOS, and also supports Fitbit Pay.
We like:Plenty of features
We don't like:Short battery life
This Apple smartwatch doesn't have the same features as the Series 6. But it's still a high-end smartwatch, offering built-in GPS for phone-free route-tracking, automatic workout detection and much more. Be aware that you'll need an iPhone to get it working as it should.
It also has a fall-detection feature which it can make a call to an emergency contact if you stumble while out running - though you definitely shouldn't rely on this if you're at risk (if so, consider a dedicated fall detector instead, which will be simpler to use and, crucially, won't require you to have an iPhone).
Set-up is easy and it's comfortable to wear.
We like: Attractive-looking, plenty of smart and fitness features
We don't like: Fewer features are available to iOS compare to Android users
This feature-packed watch comes in two sizes: 40mm for smaller wrists and 44mm for larger wrists. You can also buy versions with and without 4G. We've reviewed the 40mm version without 4G.
It's waterproof to 50m, making it suitable for use in the pool.
It's compatible with both iOS and Android, but Android users will get more features.
We like:Easy to use
We don't like:No touchscreen - a con for some, a pro for others
The Garmin Forerunner 55 is aimed squarely at fitness devotees.
It's waterproof for up to 50m, meaning it can be worn in the shower or while swimming. It also features different modes to track indoor and outdoor steps, plus training programs to help improve your fitness.
It offers fall detection (though don't rely on this if you're vulnerable - we see it more like an added bonus for people who are already fit and healthy).
It also has built-in GPS so you can leave your phone at home while running and it'll still track your route.
It runs on Garmin OS and is compatible with Android 6.0 and iOS 12.0 or later.
We like:Packed with features, impressive screen
We don't like:
The Garmin Forerunner 745 has a 240 x 240 resolution screen and is compatible with iOS 12.0 or Android 6.0 or later, with a few more features available on Android compared to iOS. It supports a range of activities but it's primarily aimed at runners (as is the whole Forerunner range) and has built-in GPS for phone-free running. £449.99 at launch, it's currently discounted to £329 at Running Xpert.
We like:Good screen, tracks plenty of sports, easy to use
We don't like: Difficult to set up on Android 10 phones
The Huawei Watch GT2e has an AMOLED touchscreen with a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels. It's compatible with Android OS 4.4 or later and iOS 9.0 or later.
Alternatively, if you've had your head turned by a pricier top-of-the-line model, check out our guides on the or . These will give you some handy hints and tips including what features to look out for and how much you really need to spend.
Looking for more deals? We can help. These are deals on products that have been thoroughly tested at our lab, plus the prices have been double-checked by our experts. This means you can be confident you're getting a genuinely good deal.
How you dispose of old wearables depends entirely on whether or not they're still usable. If your old smartwatch or fitness tracker is still in full working order and you just fancy an upgrade, you could consider giving it to a friend, donating it to charity or selling it through a tech-buying website such as CeX.
If it is no longer working and won't be any good to anyone else, there are a few different ways you can recycle it. Some retailers, including Apple and Currys, will take your old tech in store and recycle it for you.