Fitbit Charge 2 REVIEW!
Fitbit Charge 2 Heart Rate + Fitness Wristband – Full Review- Unboxing, Features, Setup, Settings
Fitbit Charge 2 Review – Heart Rate + Fitness Wristband
Fitbit Charge 2 Review
Introducing Fitbit Charge 2™
Fitbit Charge 2 – Fitness REVIEW !!!
Fitbit Charge 2 Unboxing & 1st Impressions
Fitbit Charge 2 – REVIEW
Meet the Fitbit Charge 2
Fitbit Charge 2 vs. Alta HR Review Comparison: Which is the Best Fitness Tracker 2017?
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Fitbit Charge 2 Heart Rate and Fitness Wristband. Make every beat count. Get PurePulse continuous, automatic wrist-based heart rate tracking–all-day, during workouts and beyond–all without an uncomfortable chest strap Use continuous heart rate to better measure calorie burn all day and help you stay on track toward weight goals Maximize your workouts using simplified heart rate zones (Fat Burn, Cardio, and Peak) to gauge exercise intensity and ensure you're optimizing your effort for your goals Track resting heart rate to gauge how your cardiovascular health and fitness levels change over time Track all-day activity like steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, and active minutes Use Connected GPS during run mode to see real-time stats like pace and distance on your wrist (when your phone is nearby) and see a map of your route post-workout in the Fitbit app Effortlessly and automatically record select activities like walks, runs, rides, treadmill, sports, and aerobic workouts with SmartTrackTM automatic exercise recognition Automatically track how long and how well you sleep and wake with a silent vibrating alarm Use multi-sport modes to track specific workouts (Run, Bike, Weights, andmore), see real-time exercise stats like heart rate and calories burned on display, and get post-workout summaries on display Get a snapshot of your cardio fitness in the Fitbit app and follow your improvements over time Find moments of calm throughout your day with guided breathing sessions that are personalized based on your heart rate Stay connected with call, text, and calendar notifications on display (when phone is nearby) Get friendly Reminders to Move that encourage you to stay active throughout the day Make every beat count with Fitbit Charge 2! Fitbit Charge 2TM is the all-new heart rate and fitness wristband built for all-day, workouts and beyond. PurePulse continuous heart rate makes it easy to maximize workouts, better track calorie burn, and get a sn
- Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 0.9 x 0.5 inches ; 1.12 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 9.9 ounces
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- ASIN: B01K9S24EM
- UPC: 810351029298
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- Item model number: FB407SBKS
- Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
Fitbit Charge 2 vs Apple Series 2
Let me start by saying that I am first time Fitbit and Apple watch user. I couldn’t find a lot of reviews comparing the two, so I decided to purchase both and return one of them. Which one is better? Well that depends on what you’re using it for.
(Long, In Depth Review) Great Device, Build Quality Way Better Than Original Charge (HR)
As a Blaze and original Charge HR owner, figured I’d try my hand at the newest Fitbit Charge 2. Preordered from Fitbit (as well as one from Amazon). Fitbit direct order arrived yesterday, 9/6/16.
Just don’t throw it into the fires of Mount Doom- don’t think that’s covered under the warranty
Ok, so at first I was really, REALLY hesitant about buying the Charge 2 because you never know what problems can arise with new, hot off the press tech. However, I’ve had wonderful experiences with Fitbit customer service in the past (as in “Hey, my thing stopped working” and they were all like “Sorry about that, here’s a new thing- no charge!”), so I feel confident that if anything does go awry, Fitbit will take care of their customers. So, I took the plunge and ordered it.
Don’t sweat or HR might not work (found a good workable solution)
I really want to like this bc the app is great, the steps are very accurate, the sleep monitoring is cool but the main goal of these fitness trackers is to encourage more fitness…which it has. However, every time I start to break a sweat on the treadmill my heart rate monitor reading disappears and I get the “–” on display(see pic). This is so frustrating bc this is when I need it most. I have tried different positioning of the Fitbit to no avail. I’m surprised by all the very positive reviews here…maybe most users are just casual users who use for steps. There seems to be tons of similar complaints on forums. I can live with hr being slightly delayed or a few bpm off but I can’t have the hr turn off completely every time I break a sweat. Looks like a return is in near future.
It’s a motivator! Long review, but worth reading!
I saw a picture of myself and did not believe it was me. 😮 Then I noticed that there was a great deal of fat surrounding my stomach. 🍩 I also noticed that this extra weight was making it harder for me to breathe when lying down. After being in disbelief of what had become of my once flat tummy, I decided that it was time to get back into shape. 🏃🏽♀️🚴🏽♀️ I had seen fitness trackers advertised and thought having one would help to keep me accountable and hopefully assist the paramedics when I collapsed from exhaustion. 🏥 I am a very picky shopper so I read specs and reviews on tons of trackers before deciding to purchase the Fitbit Charge 2. I’m happy that I did.
Addicted to Fitbit
After just 2 1/2 weeks, I am addicted to my Fitbit. I have said good bye to my sedentary lifestyle and am now walking a minimum of 10k steps/day. I also have increased my water intake to 50 oz/day. I love participating in Daily Challenges and Workweek Hustles with my friends. It pushes me to walk farther and farther. I’m not crazy about the rubber wristband so I will be trading it in for leather.