Fitbit Charge 2 Activity Tracker with Wrist Based Heart Rate Monitor – Teal/Small

November 11, 2018 - Comment

The Fitbit Charge 2 small heart rate sensor fitness tracker stands out as a great partner for your everyday sports activities, measuring accurately your pulse steps, distance, calories burned, active minutes, floors climbed, hourly activity and stationary time. It’s a multifunctional device for active use, that by itself recognises our current movement and activities thanks

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The Fitbit Charge 2 small heart rate sensor fitness tracker stands out as a great partner for your everyday sports activities, measuring accurately your pulse steps, distance, calories burned, active minutes, floors climbed, hourly activity and stationary time. It’s a multifunctional device for active use, that by itself recognises our current movement and activities thanks to the SmartTrack- feature. To reach an hourly 250-step goal, the device provides friendly Reminders to Move, and with tap OLED display all your calls, texts and calendar notifications instantly appear for your convenience. Furthermore, there are multi-sport modes, as well as Guided Breathing feature for personalised breathing sessions. Additionally, with user-friendly Fitbit application and connected GPS you can measure your distance and have a map preview during runs. Finally, you can personalise the device, since it comes with interchangeable band.

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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:

Heart rate app disappointing I purchased this mainly for the 24/7 heart monitor to prove to my GP that I had issues. The app is great in that you can see the graph each day of your heart rate and even pinpoint the time of day of certain peaks and be able to match up what you were doing at the time for the rate to be high or low. But one would think that there would be a way of printing these out, or copying them to make the data more useful. No. I had to sit in the GP office and pick a couple days here and there and show…

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