Fitbit Charge 2 Activity Tracker with Wrist Based Heart Rate Monitor – Plum/Large

October 26, 2018 - Comment

Offering tremendous versatility when going though daily sports and casual activities, the Fitbit Charge 2 large fitness tracker with heart rate sensor delivers a highly accurate PurePulse wrist-based HR reading with heart rate zones shown in a simplified fashion. The device tracks down your active time, calories burnt, and conveniently remembers your sleeping patterns to

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Offering tremendous versatility when going though daily sports and casual activities, the Fitbit Charge 2 large fitness tracker with heart rate sensor delivers a highly accurate PurePulse wrist-based HR reading with heart rate zones shown in a simplified fashion. The device tracks down your active time, calories burnt, and conveniently remembers your sleeping patterns to improve the quality of your rest. Furthermore, the tracker includes a built-in GPS to ensure proper route analysis with distance and pace viewed as you run. Additionally, the battery can easily last up to 5 days, monitoring all your activities throughout the day, which are viewable comfortably on a user-friendly OLED display. Moreover, with cool Reminders to Move, the monitor allows you to reach an hourly goal of 250 steps.

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Anonymous says:

Thoroughly tested and now broken strap – UPDATED – Fitbit support were fantastic. I thought it would be a good idea to review it after using it for a long time; averaging about 19000 steps a day. As with most step counters sometimes it doesn’t register steps and sometimes it registers too many.Pro’ssoftware works well.Counts steps (which is what we want), calories, floors, miles; so all handy info.Battery life is ok but… see con’sCon’sBattery – no way of knowing how much battery you have left unless you plug it in to charge…

Anonymous says:

Great upgrade from Charge HR I purchased this as a replacement for my original Charge HR, that’s now out of warranty. Unfortunately I fell foul of the problem with the strap peeling away on the original Charge in 2015, and it was replaced by Fitbit 3 times.I really like this Charge HR 2, I got it in a size small as I have very small wrists, and have it on the 4th tightest fitting. It’s a lot less bulky than my Charge HR which I really like, its not as wide on the top so fits my wrist better.I don’t have much to…

Anonymous says:

mixed Generally very good, I am a bit annoyed that although it initially synced with my Nokia (windows 10) mobile phone it stopped syncing reliably and after some time on the help chat line I had to set it to sync with my PC rather than the mobile losing the GPS element (unless I wanted to carry the PC!).The website is good and gives background & historical information

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