Fitbit Charge HR Heart Rate and Activity Wristband – Black, Small

April 8, 2018 - Comment

Recharge Time:2 hour(s), Run Time (Up To):120 hours, Technology:Lithium polymer, Wireless Interface:Bluetooth 4.0, Length:140 mm – 165 mm, Width:21 mm, Type:OLED – monochrome, Min Operating Temperature:-20 °C, Max Altitude Operating:9144 m, Max Operating Temperature:45 °C, Included Accessories:USB charging cable, wireless sync dongle, Vibrating Alert:Yes, Preloaded Software:Clock, Silent alarm, Caller Name ID, System Requirements for PC

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Recharge Time:2 hour(s), Run Time (Up To):120 hours, Technology:Lithium polymer, Wireless Interface:Bluetooth 4.0, Length:140 mm – 165 mm, Width:21 mm, Type:OLED – monochrome, Min Operating Temperature:-20 °C, Max Altitude Operating:9144 m, Max Operating Temperature:45 °C, Included Accessories:USB charging cable, wireless sync dongle, Vibrating Alert:Yes, Preloaded Software:Clock, Silent alarm, Caller Name ID, System Requirements for PC Connection:Microsoft Windows Vista or later, Apple MacOS X 10.6 or later, Protection:Splashproof, waterproof, Compliant Standards:Directive 1999/5/EC, FCC Part 15, R&TTE, Nordic Ecolabel, EN60950-1:2006 + A11:2009 + A1:2010 + A12:2011

Comments

Paulos says:

Good but could do with improvement A great device for keeping track of your general fitness. Setup wasn’t without problems but I eventually managed to get my phone and Fitbit talking to each other. I can’t say how accurate the HR monitor is but it seems to be in the right ballpark. Earning badges for meeting targets gives you some incentive to keep active and I like the way it knew I’d been cycling without having to tell it. Rather than have the Fitbit on all day sync I manually sync it a couple of times a day to save on…

V R. says:

Marvellous gadget! I have waited until now to review this product as I feel that in order to be fair I needed to have used it for a while. I bought this two months ago, primarily to stop me from constantly carrying my phone (which I was using to track my steps) and which was proving to be huge distraction, games, email, social media etc. I just love this device. It counts my steps, stairs climbed as well as total distance travelled. I am interested in my heart rate and tracking my sleep pattern too which were…

Steve says:

FITNESS MICRO-MANAGEMENT GONE MAD!!! The FitBit charge HR appears to perform all the functions well, with the exception of the number of stairs climbed (more on this in a bit). Battery life seems pretty reasonable and appears to last about four days between charges. The heart rate monitor seems to work well, the workout function tracks performance accurately and the sleep function also seems to work nicely. There has been no problems syncing with the FitBit iPhone App, which works very well with the product. So, the only…

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