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Misfit Anniversary Sale: All fitness trackers on sale for £8.99

(Left to right) the Misfit Flare, Ray and Shine 2. Product Images from Misfit.
Get the Misfit Ray, Shine 2 and Flare for less than £10 as a part of the Misfit Anniversary Sale.

Misfit’s Anniversary sales event, which ends 11:59 pm, on 31 October, sees huge discounts on its popular fitness trackers, which are now all £8.99. This promotion applies to the Ray (usually £49.99 to £69.99), the Shine 2 (usually £49.99) and the Flare (usually £39.99).

Update: the Shine 2 is out of stock. We don't know if its expected to be in stock again soon, but keep an eye out for it on Misfit's Shine 2 store page.

In the US, the promotion applies only to the Misfit Phase, which has been reduced to $49.99 for both the $175 model and the premium $195 model that includes a leather strap. See US Misfit deals here.

We awarded the Misfit Ray 4.5 stars out of 5 in our review and featured it in our round up of the best fitness trackers of 2018. We thought it was effective, stylish, versatile and comfortable. Plus its waterproof.

The Shine 2 received 4 stars out of 5 in our review. We were impressed with its battery life and haptic feedback for calls and notifications. We likened it to a lite smartwatch as it tracks your fitness and sleep information while also notifying you to incoming calls and messages.

The Shine 2 doesn’t have a display and you can’t download apps to add more functions to it, but that does bring down the cost considerably compared to other smartwatches, and with the Anniversary sale, it’s even more affordable.

Straps and bands are also on offer during the The Misfit anniversary sale. The 20mm and 16mm smartwatch straps are reduced to £8.99 from £14.99, while more premium straps, such as the leather bands and metal Link bracelets are now £17.99 (usually retails for £29.99).

Bands for the Misfit Ray, usually £8.99, are reduced to £3.99 as are the bands for the Misfit Shine 2, which are usually between £12.99 and £29.99.

US customers also get discounts on the smartwatch straps, which are mostly priced at $11.99, down from $19.99 – though you can get a set of three 20mm sport straps for £9.99 (usually $59.99). Premium leather bands for US customers are around $24 for leather and Link bracelets (usually $39.99). Meanwhile bands for the Misfit Ray and Shine 2 start at $4.99.


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