- Size (LWH): 4 inches, 2.2 inches, 0.1 inches
Getwow(TM) Replacement USB Charger Cable for Fitbit Charge HR Wireless Activity Wristband (Black)
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- 100% New and High Quality
- This Cable only work for the Fitbit Charge HR, not for the Fitbit flex/charge/surge/force/one
- Extra replacement charging cable to give your fitbit charge HR wristband a boost in the office, at home or in travels
- Quality Charge Cable with voltage regulator
- Warranty: hassle free replacement or money back during the warranty
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Note: For Fitbit Charge HR Wireless Activity Wristband only!!! Not for Fitbit Flex, not for Fitbit one or other models!!! Features: - Compatible for Fitbit Charger HR - Perfect replacement for lost or damaged cables of Fitbit Charge HR - Easy to use to charge your Fitbit Charge HR Spoiler alert: - The charging time of 80 minutes is better - It is recommended that use the notebook USB interface or computer USB interface directly charge, because their voltage is more stable Package Includes: 1 x charging cable for Fitbit Charge HR Bracelet Wristband Wireless Activity Wristband . All purchases receive Warranty. Please feel free to contact us for a replacement.
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Note: This will work ONLY with the Fitbit Charge HR models (and maybe other models that use the exact same connector shape).
I purchased the 2 pack black colored cables because they are significantly cheaper (2 for $7.99 last checked) than buying the original charging cables from Fitbit ($19.99 last checked). I was a little reluctant at first because reviews were a bit mixed. Some have said it damaged their Fitbit after 1 charge, and some said it's loose and doesn't fit well. Some said the fit is too tight or difficult to connect. Nevertheless, for the cost savings, I thought I take the risk and give it a try.
- Low cost (5x cheaper than original)
- It works and charges with most USB AC adapters
- It doesn't connect as smoothly as the original Fitbit charging cables
- It will scratch or add wear marks near the edges of the charge port on the Fitbit after several uses (see attached images)
It feels and looks almost identical to the original Fitbit charging cable. If you look at the attached images, you will see the differences I pointed out. The one major difference is the locking clips on the two sides of the cable. The Getwow cable clasps extend out about 1 mm or more than the original Fitbit charging cable (picture shows side by side comparison). This might be intentional in the design, probably to address some earlier complaints of them not providing a snug fit.
Note: The Fitbit doesn't draw a lot of current during charge, so pretty much any USB chargers and computer ports will work fine with almost the same results. Just be careful about using cheap AC adapters. They usually provide very noisy power signals (poorly regulated voltage and current), or they don't have any type of protection (i.e. overvoltage, overcurrent protection), which "could" damage the Fitbit. Use at your own risk.
I've tested this with an Anker 5 port Desktop charge that is rated for up to 2.4A max. and has smart charging and protection built-in, and it charges in the same amount of time as the original Fitbit cable (full charge takes roughly 1.5 hrs). I've also tested using a computer USB port (regular non-charging USB port with typical 500mA current rating) and it charges also roughly around the same time. Lastly, I have tested with an Ipad3 AC adapter (2.1A rated) and it also charges in around the same time.
- Because the clasps extend out more, it's harder to push and connect the cable to your Fitbit, as compared to using the original Fitbit cables.
- The extra extension of the clasp will also create a longer scratch or wear along the edges of the charge port on the Fitbit. You can kind of see the wear marks in a couple of my images circled in red. Now, this is not the say that using the original Fitbit charging cable will guarantee no scratch or wear marks either, because I think the charge port and the Fitbit cable is poorly designed. The Fitbit charge port is made of plastic, and the clasp on the cable is metal. It will scratch over time regardless of what cables you use.
- If you want an extra charging cable for your Fitbit and don't want to spend $20, these are great options as a substitute.
- If you are worry or overly cautious about putting too many scratches on your Fitbit, these might not be the ideal cable for you. However, keep in mind that even the Fitbit original cables will scratch the Fitbit over time anyway.
Fitbit should really redesign the charging port on the Fitbit or use a different material for the clasp on the cable so to avoid any scratches/wear on the plastic.