Fitness trackers, smartwatches, scales, phone accessories and home massagers are among items up for grabs in the latest JB Hi-Fi sale.
The Australian electronics giant has launched its latest offerings with ‘smashing prices’, which ends on Sunday, September 6 – so you’ll have to be quick.
Among the deals are $180 off Garmin watches, Fitbit trackers from $119, 40 per cent off smartwatches and a $79 UV LED phone sanitiser that ‘kills up to 99.9 per cent of bacteria and viruses’.
Fitness trackers, smart watches, scales, phone accessories and home massagers are among the latest JB Hi-Fi sale. Picture of a $199 Fitbit with GPS, $45 ‘smart’ scale, $12.95 mini massager, $99 foot spa, $299 Garmin hybrid watch and $129 Withings Move activity tracker
The best deals at JB Hi-Fi
Garmin Forerunner 245 Music Sports Smartwatch: On sale $399, was $579
Withings / Nokia Steel HR 36mm Smart Watch: On sale $179, was $299
Fitbit Charge 4 with GPS: On sale $199, was $249
Garmin Vivofit Fitness Tracker for kids: On sale $69, was $99
Fitbit Inspire HR (White/Black): On sale $149, was $179
Homedics UV LED Phone Sanitiser: On sale $70
Beurer FB35 Aromatherapy Foot spa: On sale $99
Homedics Quatro Mini Massager: On sale $12.95
Homedics UV LED Bag Sanitiser with 18 uses per charge: On sale $149
eufy Smart Scale: On sale $45, was $129
From tracking daily activities to monitoring heart rate and sleep in real time, the Fitbit Inspire HR has been reduced to just $149.
If money is no object, you can find a Garmin Forerunner 245 music sports smartwatch with built-in GPS for $399, which normally cost $579.
Withings Steel hybrid smartwatches have been slashed by 40 per cent, with prices starting from just $179.
Other fitness trackers on sale include a $199 Fitbit Charge 4 with GPS and a $129 Withings Move activity tracker that features a classic watch design with no screen but ‘shows your activity directly on the dial with its third hand’.
There’s also a huge range of activity trackers for kids, including a $69 Garmin watch that can track steps, sleep and activities, and $119 Fitbit with swim proof.
With a sleek design, Bluetooth and LED display, the eufy ‘smart’ scale is on sale for just $45. It features a weight, body fat, BMI and fitness body composition analysis and it’s designed to sync with fitness trackers such as Fitbit and Apple.
For the ultimate massage experience at home, there’s a $349 shiatsu elite II massage cushion with soothing heat (left) or treat yourself to an aromatherapy foot spa (right) for $99
To relax, refresh and rejuvenate after a gruelling workout or long day at work, there’s a massive range of home massagers and equipment on sale.
Treat yourself to an aromatherapy foot spa for $99, or soothe tired muscles with the shiatsu neck and shoulder massager with heat for $79.
For the ultimate massage experience at home, there’s a $349 shiatsu elite II massage cushion with soothing heat or relieve muscle tightness with a $99 3D massage pillow.
Those looking for cheaper options can find a $12.95 mini vibration massager or $19.95 handheld mini body massager with LED light.
To keep everyday items free of germs, there’s a $149 portable sanitiser bag that sanitises items such as keys, jewellery and sunglasses in just one minute – killing up to 99.9 per cent of bacteria and viruses.
For $79, there’s a phone sanitiser case that removes germs in just 30 seconds per side, with no harmful chemicals or mercury.
In light of COVID-19, the retailer is taking extra precautions to ensure team members and customers are safe during their shopping experience (file image)
In light of COVID-19, the retailer is taking extra precautions to ensure team members and customers are safe during their shopping experience.
‘We want to do our best during this challenging period to allow our customers to access service, advice and product when they need it,’ it said on its website.
‘We have expanded our cleaning routines across our stores, including increased cleaning throughout the day.
‘Our teams have had additional training on maintaining good hygiene practices. To support this, stores may be operating a little differently than usual.’
All stores will allow a maximum of 100 people into each store at any given time – meaning larger stores will fall well within and smaller stores will meet the federal government’s recommendations on social distancing.
Most stores are open but trading hours have changed so shoppers are advised to check the website for their local store.
JB Hi-Fi employee reveals tricks to shop at the electronics store
A JB Hi-Fi employee (left) has revealed the secrets to shopping at the store
A JB Hi-Fi employee has shared her top secrets to shopping at the electronics store – including getting the best discounts on products every time.
The Sydney employee took to TikTok to reveal the four ‘hacks’ you should know about.
‘Tip number one, if you want to get served as soon as possible, go to the Apple desk because I can guarantee someone will come serve you ASAP,’ she said.
‘Hack number two, if you go into the store and they don’t have the stock of the product, just tell them to transfer the stock in from another store.
‘Number three, if you want a good price, ask for a discount or a good deal because we do give discounts.
‘Last hack – don’t wear a hoodie to JB HI-FI because we are most likely going to think you’re stealing.’