Do you know what time it is? Well, you would if you took advantage of this Cyber Monday deal on Fitbit’s new Versa 2 smartwatch, which usually sells for $199.95 but is currently available for $129.95 from Amazon and Walmart.
That’s a stellar price if we may say so, especially considering the device arrived only a few months ago. This is the cheapest we’ve ever seen the Versa 2 and by a lot. According to price tracking history from CamelCamelCamel, the smartwatch sold for its full MSRP of $200 on Amazon until about the middle of November when it became available for $150.
Now for Cyber Monday, Fitbit has slapped another $20 off, meaning you can get one of the best smartwatches available—maybe the best depending on who you ask—for only $129.95. Actually, if you’re willing to settle for a Black one, Amazon will only charge you $128.99. Walmart’s pricing is $129 even, and that goes up to $129.95 if you’d prefer to buy directly from Fitbit.
Note that the Special Edition Versa 2 has also been discounted by a similarly enticing amount. Originally priced at $229.99, the Special Edition smartwatch dropped to $179.95 in mid-November and is now available for an additional $20 off. Amazon has the Special Edition for $159 flat, while Fitbit’s site currently shows $159.95.
The Versa 2 improves on Fitbit’s original Versa in many ways. Instead of an LCD panel, the new smartwatch has a larger OLED display with better brightness for outdoor viewing and greater efficiency for all-day, always-on usage. It’s also packing a faster processor, better battery life, improved watch faces, and a cleaner layout.
Along with sensors to track your heart rate, sleep patterns, steps taken, calories burned, and more, features for the Versa 2 include Amazon Alexa integration and an onboard microphone for making voice commands, such as the ability to send text messages using voice dictation—something you couldn’t do on the original Versa.
Paying the extra $30 for a Special Edition Versa 2 gets you a premium jacquard woven band, an extra classic silicon band, and a three month trial of Fitbit premium, which turns the stats on your wrist into personalized health and fitness guidance.