Fitbit Charge Wireless Activity Wristband, Black, Large
- All-Day Activity: Track steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes, hourly activity & stationary time
- Watch and Display: See daily stats, time of day & Exercise Mode on the OLED display
- Caller ID: See call notifications on display with compatible mobile devices
- Long Battery Life: Lasts longer than competing trackers with a battery life of 7-10 days
- Auto Sleep and Alarms: Monitor your sleep automatically & set a silent alarm
- Wireless Syncing: Sync stats wirelessly & automatically to leading smartphones and computers
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Color: Black | Size: Large (6.5-7.7 in)
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Safety Information• Prolonged rubbing and pressure may irritate the skin, so give your wrist a break by removing the band for an hour after extended wear. • If you have eczema, allergies or asthma you may be more likely to experience a skin irritation or allergy from a wearable device. • Whether you have the conditions above or not, if you start to experience redness or skin irritation on your wrist, remove your device. If symptoms persist longer than 2-3 days of not using your device, contact a dermatologist. • If you sweat for more than two hours while wearing your Fitbit band, be sure to wash your band and your wrist using the directions above to avoid skin irritation.
Indications• Make sure your band isn’t too tight. Wear the band loosely enough that it can move back and forth on your wrist. • If you use Fitbit Charge HR , Fitbit Blaze or Fitbit Surge , for better heart rate readings during exercise, we suggest wearing the band so it’s secure, but not too tight, and wearing the band higher on your wrist (about 2-3 finger widths above your wrist bone). Lower the band on your wrist and loosen it after exercise.
Directions• While Fitbit devices are water resistant*, it’s not good for your skin to wear a wet band for long periods of time. • If your elastomer band gets wet—like after sweating or showering—rinse and dry it thoroughly before putting it back on your wrist. • Be sure your skin is dry before you put your band back on. If Fitbit Blaze gets wet or if you sweat in it, remove and completely dry the band before putting it back on. Give your wrist a rest by taking the band off every now and then, and regularly clean your band and wrist. • Even though Fitbit Flex 2 is swim-proof, it’s important to thoroughly dry your classic elastomer band and tracker, and remove any debris from your device after wear in the water, to avoid skin irritation. Please note that non-elastomer accessories should not be worn in water.
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Top Customer Reviews
First off I would make this a five-star rating if I didn't have a bad Fitbit sent on first order. The LCD was damaged on ours, and we had to exchange it. My friend just bought one, and the battery only lasted one day on a full charge.
That said - if you get a good one - it's great. I bought one for my husband for Christmas, and he loves his Fitbit. In fact, I had the flex, and I was so jealous of his that I lasted two weeks before I upgraded and bought my own.
I love how I can see the display. First press it's a watch (time), the second click it tells you steps, then it how far you've gone in miles, then how many calories you have burned, and then tells you the floors you've climbed.
The other new features I love over the flex
2. When your phone rings, your Fitbit (if you connect your phone) will vibrate. I have caught so many potentially missed calls because my phone will vibrate my Fitbit! It even scrolls the name of the caller on the display. I LOVE this feature.
3. It tracks floors climbed. The flex didn't. I missed that feature from the Fitbit one I used to have so it's nice to have that feature back.
4. On the flex, you have to put the flex in sleep mode to track sleep.Read more ›
Jawbone - I liked the Web site, the silent alarm and the battery life, but that's about it. The biggest issue I have with many bands including this one is how bulky it is. Of course, the manual syncing also is annoying.
FitBit Flex - it has the silent alarm, automatic syncing and you forget about it during the day because it is not very bulky. But it lacks the impressive display of FitBit Charge (see below)
Garmin VivoFit - I liked the display and the lack of bulkiness, but the app was awful. You also couldn't see it at night, nor did it feature a silent alarm.
Microsoft Band - if you could jam the functionality of the Microsoft Band into the Fitbit Charge, you would have the perfect tracker. The problem, however, is that the Band is very thick and you have to flip it over to read the display. The clasp is on top and the display under your wrist. It reminded me of my 4th grade math teacher who always checked his watch by flipping it over.
FitBit Charge - looks great, silent alarm, bright display, accurate, double tap for important information. You don't notice it's on your wrist which is one of my main prerequisites for fitness trackers. One feature I think is pretty cool is the goal achievement silent alarm. So let's say you want to walk 10k steps per day. Once you do, the band buzzes and when you look at the display, you are heartily congratulated for your accomplishment. The other cool feature is if you hold the button, you tell the tracker you are in "activity" mode. A timer begins and the distance you cover is tracked.Read more ›
WHO I AM :
This review represents an average American. Middle aged Male, Non Smoker, Slightly overweight with a beer belly,always busy, drives kids around to school and after care programs, drowsy during day because he is short of sleep, thanks to TV . He goes to gym, He Loves to eat unhealthy food but buys lot of healthy groceries, some of them will end up in garbage. He never uses the Elevators and walk the stairs carrying a 400 calorie Frappucino.
WHERE I WAS :
And Fitbit (Force) came in... I had a BMI of 27 and had to lose about 16 pounds . Many of you might laugh at a trivial number of 16 pounds but I have been overweight for the past 20 years, never able to lose serious weight by any method. You can calculate your BMI by visiting the site nhlbi dot nih dot gov. BMI might be misleading indicator for an athlete,but this review is targeted towards an overweight male. I used Fitbit Force for a year and things changed.
WHERE I AM :
Fitbit Force was discontinued for some health issues and ended up without Fitbit for few months, until Fitbit Charge was introduced. I had lost about 11 lbs in six months, slow and steady, without starving , making healthy choices.. More on it below:
A DAY AFTER FITBIT-CHARGE:
I play Tennis with my 10 year old Kid on Saturday mornings. After having Fitbit, was motivated to play another 20 minutes extra . After the tennis, go to a Dunkin Donut nearby and got a Low Fat Blueberry muffin. Casually added in Myfitnesspal and I nearly fell off my chair.. 410 calories.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for my daughter's birthday. She loved it but lost it after having it for only 3 weeks. Read morePublished 13 hours ago by A. Bernier
We've had the fitbit one year and it is no longer working. It has not been charging and loses battery during the day. Read morePublished 14 hours ago by E Wurtzel
I'll start off by saying that I love my Fitbit Charge. It's a great pedometer, keeps excellent track of my sleep patterns, has a useful stop watch, and monitors my heart rate. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Candy A
I bought one of these thinking it may be great because a lot of my friends were using them. When I started using it I liked it at first but thought it was well overpriced for the... Read morePublished 18 hours ago by Jon
Used it for 3 months and thought that we loved it. At three months, it stopped working. Spent 5 hours on the phone with Fitbit Customer Support and ended up doing a factory... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
I really liked this product but after three months worth of daily use it no longer tracks my steps and is consistently showing the wrong timePublished 2 days ago by Robert Terwilliger
I love Fitbit products (usually) and I was excited to give this to my mother as a gift. She loves the simplicity of the Fitbit and even though she received it in May, it has... Read morePublished 2 days ago by CynthiaLuc
I love my FitBit but after 1 1/2 years, the band peeled away from the screen. The company says they can't repair it and I'll have to replace it. WAH...Published 2 days ago by Jessica