The HR (heart rate) generation of the Fitbit Charge combines all of the best features of the Charge with a PurePulseâ„¢ heart rate monitor, giving the wearer even more insight into their fitness routines.
Unlike those uncomfortable chest straps, the Charge HR monitors your heart rate automatically and continuously from the wrist, so you know exactly how hard your lifeblood is pumping whether at rest or at play.
This improves the accuracy of tracking your calorie burn, and pushes you to maintain the intensity of your workout to optimize your training.
The Charge HR also tracks your active minutes, steps taken, distance covered and floors climbed and syncs the data wirelessly straight down onto the Fitbit app on your smartphone.
With Caller ID, your Charge HR will also notify you of who is calling when your phone rings, and it even doubles as a digital watch, vibrating alarm clock and sleep tracker.
With a battery life that lasts up to 5 days, the Charge HR is water resistant up to 1 ATM, has a maximum operating altitude of 30,000 feet, and an operating temperature from -4Â° to 113Â° F.
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“Fitbit Charge replaces the Fitbit Force that was recalled last New Year’s, and it adds features like caller ID and automatic sleep tracking to remain among the best all-around fitness trackers.”
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– OLED displays stats
– iOS, Android, WP
– Auto-tracks sleep
– Caller ID works
– Similar to last year
– Price unchanged
– Poor sleep accuracy
– Faulty clasp
- Caller ID and watch
- Heart rate tracking & monitor
- Workout tracking
- Distance tracking
- Calories burned
- Floors climbed
- Active minutes & steps
- 3-axis accelerometer
- Vibration motor
- OLED Display
- Sweat, rain and splash proof.
- 5 day battery life
- Lithium-polymer battery type
- 1-2 hours charge time
- Bluetooth 4.0
- iOS, Android and Windows Phones compatiable