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How to get a free Tory Burch Fitbit Bracelet for free

author fiona wells2
Dec 1st, 2015 9:58:13 am
by Fiona Wells
Lifestyle Expert


This is such a cool bracelet. It's brillaint I got it for free

Fashion meets fitness

Don't just exercise anymore, exercise looking fab. Tory Burch and Fitbit have teamed up to transform the Fitbit fitness tracker into a super-chic accessory. This fret double-wrap bracelet costs £250 but you can get a Tory Burch Fitbit Bracelet for free.

Product Testing is giving away free Tory Burch Fitbit Bracelet's for their product testers to review and keep.

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Tracy Lewis was given a free Tory Burch Fitbit Bracelet when she became a product tester last month.

"This is such a cool bracelet." Tracey told UK Evening News. "It's brilliant I got it for free and I love wearing it even when I'm not exercising. It looks great and it helps me stay fit and keep the weight off."

Become a product tester

Product Testing has been giving away products for free since it was launched in 2012. Product Testing is free to join and once you complete a short offers survey you could be selected to be a product tester. Then you'll be sent a free Tory Burch Fitbit Bracelet to review and then keep. It really is that simple and that's why Product Testing has over a 2.8 million members already.

Karen Jones was a also given a Tory Burch Fitbit Bracelet by product testing.

"This is such a great idea for a site." Karen told UK Evening News."The bracelet is brilliant it looks great and as its a Fitbit inside it's already helping me lose weight. Best of all I got it for free and all I had to do was a quick review."

For your chance to get a free Tory Burch Fitbit Bracelet join Product Testing today. If you're chosen to be a product tester you'll be sent this chic Tory Burch Fitbit Bracelet to review and then keep.

How to join Product Testing

Step 1
Click here for Product Testing

Step 2
Sign up for free and complete the short offers survey