FitBit Alta HR Fitness Wristband
|Price:||£116.66 - £162.82|
- Automatically track your steps, distance, calories burned and active minutes
- Get the power of continuous heart rate in the slimmer design on the market-all day, during workouts and beyond
- Automatically track your sleep and see your time spent in light, deep and REM sleep stages, powered by PurePulse heart rate
- Stay connected with call, text and calendar notifications on display (when your phone is nearby)
- Syncs with Mac OS X 10.6 and up, iPhone 4S and later, iPad 3 gen. and later, Android 4.3 and later&With a battery life of up to 7 days, you can worry less about your tracker and focus more on your goals
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Everyone's path to health and fitness is different, jumpstart yours with Fitbit Alta HR. Get the power of PurePulse heart rate in a slim, elegant wristband so you can better track calorie burn, gauge your exercise intensity and see your resting heart rate trends. Track all the basics like steps, distance and calories burned and get friendly reminders to move that motivate you to keep stepping and keep track of your workouts with smart track automatic exercise recognition, which gives you credit for being active. Smart phone notifications keep you connected to your day and you can tailor your look for any occasion with interchangeable metal, leather and classic bands. By night, Alta HR automatically tracks your sleep and shows your time spent in light, deep and REM sleep. There's more than one way to achieve a healthier lifestyle. Move to the beat of you. Alta HR is the world's slim fitness wristband with continuous heart rate, based on Fitbit research.
Top customer reviews
Overall this would be perfect if it was at least half the price, but considering that it was not the cheapest smart watch / fitness tracker on the market it's getting a substandard rating.
Still not sure how these things work out their stats. Whilst the Charge HR is still wearable/working I have been comparing how they both work out what my stats are and there have been some curious differences. I wear the Charge HR on my ankle and the Alta currently on the wrist. The steps and calories burned discrepancies can be quite wide. On the other hand, sometimes both Fitbits are in general agreement. You can't take any of the stats too literally; always take the general trend in stats as your main guide and you will still benefit from knowing how active you need to be.
Back to the battery life;- Fitbit claimed this device could get up to 7 days usage. Well after three weeks to condition the battery, charging after 7 days each time. Then I decided to let it go further to see how well it would do, and I got 8 days usage from it, plus I'm certain it could have gone another half day at a pinch. My caveat on these figures is that I don't sync constantly, but only a handful of times a day.
All in all, a worthy successor to the ChargeHR devices.