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Fitbit Charge 2 Heart Rate + Fitness Wristband, Special Edition, Gunmetal, Large (US Version)
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- Pure Pulse continuous, automatic wrist based heart rate tracking to better measure calorie burn all day; Operating temperature: 14 degree to 113 degree Fahrenheit, Maximum operating altitude: 30,000 feet
- Maximize your workouts using simplified heart rate zones (Fat Burn, Cardio and Peak); Charge 2 syncs wirelessly & automatically to 200+ iPhone, Android and Windows devices; Water Resistance : Fitbit Charge 2 is sweat, rain and splash proof; However, the device is not swim proof or shower proof
- See call, text & calendar notifications on the OLED display; Automatically track how long and how well you sleep and wake with a silent vibrating alarm; Troubleshoot If not getting a heart rate signal, wear your tracker correctly, either moving it higher or lower on your wrist or tightening or loosening the band; If the heart rate signal is still missing, check your heart rate setting on your Fitbit dashboard and make sure its set to on or auto
- Get a better understanding of your fitness level and see how you can improve over time with a personalized Cardio Fitness Score; Use Connected GPS during run mode to see real time stats like pace and distance on your wrist
- Track all day activity like steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed and active minutes; Find moments of calm throughout your day with personalized guided breathing sessions based on your heart rate, Like all heart rate tracking technologies, accuracy is affected by physiology, location of device, and different movements
- Sync stats wireless & automatically to computers and 200+ leading iOS, Android and Windows devices; The minimum and maximum circumference range between 170 to 206 millimeters
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Make every beat count with Fitbit Charge 2—the heart rate and fitness wristband built for all-day, workouts and beyond. Pure Pulse continuous heart rate makes it easy to maximize workouts, better track calorie burn and get a snapshot of your cardio fitness level, while all-day activity and auto sleep tracking, lets you see how your whole routine adds up. Record your workouts with multi-sport modes to see real-time workout stats on screen, or rely on Smart Track to automatically record select exercises for you. The large OLED display helps you stay connected with call, text and calendar alerts, stay active with Reminders to Move, and find moments of calm with guided breathing sessions. Plus, you can find a look that fits your style with customizable clock faces and interchangeable bands. Sync wirelessly and automatically to 200+ iPhone, Android and Windows devices, and with more advanced features in a sleeker package and a battery life of up to 5 days, it’s the motivation you need to push yourself further—every step, every beat, every day.
Syncing range: Up to 30 feet. Syncing requires Bluetooth LE and Internet connection. Windows 10 computers that do not have Bluetooth LE will need a wireless sync dongle in order to sync. Syncs with Mac OS X 10.6 and up, iPhone 4S and later, iPad 3 gen. and later, Android 4.4 and later, and Windows 10 devices.
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Get PurePulse continuous, automatic wrist-based heart rate tracking to maximize workouts, better measure calorie burn all day and to gauge how your cardiovascular health and fitness levels change over time — all without an uncomfortable chest strap.
Track steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes & hourly activity with up to 5-day battery life. Stay connected with call, text and calendar alerts on your wrist and transform your Charge 2 from workout to night out with stylish accessory bands.
Automatically track your sleep duration, consistency and quality, including time in light, deep and REM sleep. Then wake up peacefully with a silent alarm.
Track specific exercises like running, weights or yoga to see your workout stats on display. Connect to your phone’s GPS to see real-time run stats like pace and distance on your wrist.
Set goals, log food, track workouts, review sleep and connect with friends on the Fitbit app – the fitness app for everyone.
Our #1 selling fitness wristband - built with PurePulse heart rate, multi-sport modes, guided breathing sessions & interchangeable bands.
Product detailsColor:Special Edition Gunmetal | Size:Large
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 9.87 x 0.89 x 0.51 inches; 1.28 Ounces
- Item model number : FB407GMBKL
- Batteries : 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Date First Available : August 29, 2016
- Manufacturer : Fitbit
- ASIN : B01K9S2A1Y
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#4,960 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #83 in Fitness Technology
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Keep it Clean: Regularly clean your band and wrist—especially after working out or sweating. Rinse the band with water or wipe it with a small amount of rubbing alcohol. Do NOT use hand soap, body soap, dish soap, hand sanitizers, cleaning wipes or household cleaners which could get trapped beneath the band and irritate skin. Always dry the band well before putting it back on. Keep it Dry: 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. Don’t Wear It Too Tight: 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 products with Purepulse Heart Rate tracking, 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. Give Your Wrist a Rest: Prolonged rubbing and pressure may irritate the skin, so give your wrist a break by removing the band for an hour after extended wear.
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I have had this thing less than a week so I am still on my honeymoon.
Here are my first impressions:
It appears to work as intended. If one wants to just scamper around the neighbourhood it is perfect. It dutifully counts “every breath you take / every move you make / every bond you break / every step you take”. The heart rate reading matches that of other gadgets I own.
I noticed right away that it seems to count not steps but arm movements and converts these into steps by means of a complicated algorithm. First, I spent two days spreading mulch from my truck and hit 14,000 steps each day! Well, it counted each forkful as four steps: into the mulch, out of the mulch, into the barrow, put the fork down. Actually pushing the wheelbarrow to and from the site counted as zero, no matter how far I travelled, as my arms were not swinging. Then a few more ‘step counts’ to unload the wheelbarrow and spread the mulch.
The next day I went to the gym (as if my poor old body hadn’t suffered enough). Here I realized that ten “flights” on the stair machine counted for zero as my arms were not swinging and my altitude did not change. I guess the rowing machine and the elliptical trainer will add ‘steps’, but the treadmill and the stationary bike will not. I scored more steps loading and unloading the weights on the barbells than I did actually doing squats or bench presses. A wee bit of research on the interwebs showed me that remarkably few calories are expended in weight training. Something to do with kilograms and meters and joules, oh my.
The free Android app gives me some cool charts and graphs but seems to have no way of entering all this sterling work into my daily totals other than just calories. It displays my VO2 score (shampoo?) and tells me I am in pretty good shape for an old man. The free Fitbit Coach app seems stuck in the isometric era and similarly does not enable input of weight training results.
It nagged me to enter food intake but provided no way to convert cookies to calories, in a manner of speaking. I checked the Amazon reviews and found that the third-party app MyFitnessPal linked to Fitbit and facilitated the entry of food calories.
• I like the way the Fitbit tells me the time when I look at it although I sometimes have to whack it a couple of times to get its attention.
• It is cool-looking on my wrist.
• I can set my pace length or let it detect it automatically.
• The stopwatch function works well and is easier to use than the app in my smart phone.
• The sleep monitor also works as expected; giving me information I already knew and didn’t really care about. It could be handy if one has sleep problems
• I have not tried all the notification features, such as email, and probably won’t.
• Neither have I tried scampering around the neighbourhood as that is not a part of my exercise regimen – yet.
• It connects seamlessly with its own Android phone app and the MyFitnessPal app.
I purchased the Charge 2 Fitbit as some Amazon reviewers said it was better than the Charge 3. I also bought the three year protection plan, something I rarely do, as reviewers said the device sometimes fails after sixteen months. We shall wait and see how this pans out.
I give it five stars because of the reasonable price and that it performs as expected. Time will tell of its reliability.
We now get so much exercise! I love the challenges and enjoy the work week hustle and the weekend challenges! This past weekend we were out walking and had 3 of our neighbors join us! I love the motivation of the Fitbit!
My boyfriend mainly uses the step tracker and is encouraged by the hourly reminder to get up and move, he also loves the heart rate. I love all of functions. Steps, reminders, sleep tracking, I enter my calories and water intake and use the weight loss goal to keep me on track with how many calories I need to burn daily to lose a few extra holiday pounds I’ve gained. I’m going on my third week and have already lost 4 lbs! I’ve also joined some communities and love all of the encouragement I get from other Fitbit users!
Cons- the only con I have is I wish it were water proof, summer is around the corner and I spend a lot of time in the pool.
I hope my review is helpful!
I am very happy with how Fitbit handled my issue.
Fitbit's customer service department proactively reached out to me, then discussed the issue, and replaced my Fitibit.
To make one thing clear, Fitbit's warrnty does not cover "normal wear and tear" from average daily use of the product.
Of course, my argument was that my particular case doesn't fall into that category.
After Fitbit's review of my claims (I had to send in a photo of the product with a random number I had to write down and include in the photo to verify proof of ownership, and proof/date of the purchase), they decided to send me a replacement.
However, Fitbit's decision to send me a replacement was not because they agreed with me on my assessment of the device (meaning the product would not be covered under warranty) but it was their good will gesture to keep their Fitbit members happy.
Fitbit definitely earned my loyalty through this experience and I will purchase more Fitbit products in the future.
After my experience with Fitbit's customer care team, I would've actually considered Fitbit products even if their final decision was not to replace the product.
Because we all know how difficult it is to reach someone who is willing to communicate nowadays from our own experiences.
At least I know that if I have problem with Fitbit's products or software in the future, I know that I will get a timely response from a live person rather than some auto-generated responses that have nothing to do with issue on hand.
I give this product 5 stars (4 stars for functionality, and an addition star for the excellent customer service).
Also, I am purchasing screen protector this time (as I recommended in my original review) to make sure my replacement fitbit will not experience the same issue.
In terms of functionality, I would give this device a 4.
However, this device is a scratch magnet!
I do wear it every day but I am very careful with my gadgets.
Apple watch, which I wear on my left wrist every day, actually had few incidents where I accidently hit it against stairs or walls so I wouldnt have anything to say if it ended up with scratches but amazingly, not even a light scratch yet.
Fitbit, however, has numerous scratches when it was on my right wrist and most of the times it was protected under my sleeves.
Im starting to think that it even gets scratched by your ordinary clothing materials, which definitely is not a good sign for a wearable device.
Just don't take my word for it. Simple google search with "fitbit screen scratches" will show how common this issue is and the biggest problem is that Fitbit considers this normal and will not replace it even during the one year warranty period.
They do not use sapphire or gorilla glass but a simple hardened plastic, which probably is the reason why it scratches so easily.
You would think they would use some sort of scratch resistant material for the extremely small screen they have to cover for price they are charging but no.
If you couldnt careless about your device being easily scratched since functionality is the most important feature to you, by all means go ahead and buy this product.
But if you are like me and scratches bother you, consider other options.
If you are absolutely set on buying Fitbit product, buy screen protectors to minimize your chance of scratches.
But dont come back and say you werent warned when u see numerous scratches on your Fitbit and have no idea how you ended up with all those scratches.
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