Price when reviewed: $129.90
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If you look at it, you would like the simple and sleek design of the Fitbit Charge HR. It really does look a lot like with the Fitbit Charge (the Fitbit Charge is wider though). The HR comes with a better strap and buckle. It also comes with more colors options to choose from: Pink, Tangerine, Blue, Plum, Teal and Black instead of just having four with the Charge.
You can’t go wrong with a Fitbit Charge HR in your wrist. It provides a detailed guide on how you can track your heart rate properly. It has all the essentials of what a wearable should have. It has an accurate step trackingdistance tracking, calorie burned tracking, floors climbed tracking and as mentioned earlier, heart rate tracking and sleep tracking. Its sleep tracking feature is conveniently designed. It will automatically track your all sleep activities on its own without having to switch it into sleep mode or something.
- Excellent step tracking.
- Detailed activity tracking.
- Automatic sleep tracking.
- Continuous heart-rate monitoring.
- Highly programmable vibration alarms.
- Good battery life which can last for 5 days in one full charge.
- Has an OLED display which makes it easy to see in any angle.
- You will like how easy it is to use.
- You can gain access to Fitbit app which now gives more detailed graphs and visual displays of all your activities and health stats.
- Provides a more watch-like feel to it on your wrist.
- It is rash-free.
- Simple and sleek design.
- Comes with a decent entry-level price.
- The heart rate tracking can sometimes be inaccurate.
- Not exactly waterproof.
- No data analysis of some sort.
All in all, you can definitely say that the Fitbit Charge HR is a good all-around fitness tracker. It’s both a hit and a miss. There may be some few issues with it like the lack of data analysis but hey, it has all the essentials of what you could be looking for from a wearable tech. It provides everything you need from a fitness tracker and that is why you really should be getting one of these at a very decent price.
Meet the Fitbit Charge HR. It is the company’s upgraded version of Fitbit Charge and is one of those new wearable piece of tech that offers heart rate tracking, sleep tracking, and comprehensive activity tracking. It’s because of these features that made the Fitbit Charge HR as one of the top-selling wearables in 2015.