Fitbit Charge HR Heart Rate and Activity Wristband
|Price:||£59.99 - £115.45|
- Let your heart be your guide with Charge HR
- Monitor heart rate automatically and continuously right on your wrist
- Take control of your goals using Charge HR to record workouts and track all-day activity
- With a comfortable fit and Caller ID, Charge HR lets you stay connected in style
- Use Exercise Mode to easily record workouts, see real-time exercise stats and have summaries automatically appear on your Fitbit dashboard
- Get a better picture of your overall health by using Charge HR to automatically track how long and how well you sleep
- Small band is 5.4"- 6.2"
- Large band is 6.2"- 7.6"
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Take control of your goals by using Charge HR to record your workouts and track all-day activity like heart rate, steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed and active minutes. With instant access to every stat, anywhere you go, you don't have to look far for motivation to keep moving.
Wear and Care
Our products are meant to be worn all day and night, so it’s important to follow a few simple guidelines as you wear and care for your device. To keep your band clean and your skin happy follow the following steps:
- Keep it clean: Regularly clean your band and wrist - especially after working out, sweating, or exposing your skin to substances like soaps and lotions, which can get trapped beneath the band
- Keep it dry: If your band gets wet - like after sweating or showering - rinse and dry it thoroughly before putting it back on your wrist
- 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
- Make sure your band isn’t too tight: Wear the band loosely enough that it can move back and forth on your wrist
Manufacturer Contact Information:
Call the Fitbit customer service number on (+44(0)2088653243). The Service is available from 9am - 6pm (Mon-Fri). Standard service provider rates apply. The Service is toll free.
- 1 x Fitbit Charge HR Tracker
- 1 x Charging cable
- 1 x Wireless USB dongle
- 1 x Free Fitbit account
Note - The charging cable and wireless USB dongle are stored in the bottom section of the box.
From the manufacturer
Mobile and online tools
- Syncs stats wirelessly and automatically to your computer and 120+ leading smartphones – including IOS Android and Windows.
- Set goals, log food, see progress, analyse trends and earn achievement badges through your mobile and online dashboard.
- Share and compete with friends and family on the leaderboard and in the Fitbit challenges.
Fitbit Charge HR
Every beat counts
Make every beat count with Charge HR, a high performance wristband with automatic, continuous heart rate and activity tracking right on your wrist. See heart rate all day and during workouts to get more accurate calorie burn, reach your target workout intensity and maximise training time.
Track steps, distance, floors climbed, sleep quality and more, and stay connected with caller ID and time of day on display. Charge HR also wirelessly syncs to your smartphone and computer so you can monitor your trends and get the motivation you need to push yourself further- every step, every beat, everyday.
- Purepulse heart rate
- Activity tracking
- Auto sleep + silent alarm
- Exercise tracking
- Caller ID
- OLED display
Get continuous, automatic, wrist based heart rate monitoring and see simplified heart zones- with no uncomfortable chest strap.
Top Customer Reviews
For the majority of the time it worked like a dream. Heart rate was pretty spot on - steps was very good, (I counted with it a lot in my head!) and it inspired me to lose a good half stone cause I was always trying to get it to tell me I'd met my goal. Sleep tracker was a bit off, but you expect that, lying still can be deceptively like sleeping! My wrist took a bit of time to get used to it, but no chafing or soreness like others reported, though it's height off my wrist was a bit big and so using it everyday I tended to knock it a bit, and it's imprint on my face in the morning was delightful.
So everything was great... until last week. It's just not durable enough. The rubber around the edges started loosening up so they looked saggy, not too much of an issue until the plastic unit underneath cracked just under the screen, that's fine, it still worked, superglue helped. But then, it cracked along the side and decided to stop syncing. This meant it lost time between charges, as it wouldn't sync to update the time, and an alarm set to go off at 7am now went off, on my bedside cabinet at 3am! Every bloody weekday! Until of course I removed the housing and removed the battery, it was dead anyway!
So, for 24 hour usage which it states it is good for, it's rather bad, £90 spent for 7 months use is just not good enough. 30 day guarantee is terrible and nobody wants to know about it now. Want another tracker, but it won't be a Fitbit!
EDIT: August 2016 - second Fitbit cause I'm a glutton for punishment, 8 7 months later, again, it's dead! Never again, moving to Garmin.
Is the unit totally accurate in what it records - No!
When you consider that units that record the same data for top athletes run on mains electricity and need a small truck to move and this units total electronics is about the size of two fruit pastilles how could it be? It records roughly the correct data and for most people (me included) this is enough to monitor what I am doing and makes healthy decisions. Of the things it records:-
It does seem to show more steps than I am actually taking and I am not sure why. I believe it bases "steps" on heart rate but it should be able to tell you are not walking if you are in the same place (sitting down). But noting how many steps it says I am taking against how many I do take it is easy to get a fairly accurate figure deducting one from the other.
It does not always record going up stairs and sometimes states that I have gone up stairs when I have not. The unit works on air pressure measurement and requires a 10 foot height change to register as a stair. I live in a 1930's property which has three floors and would imagine that there is 10 feet between floors. To solve the issue as I get to the top of a staircase I raise my arm with the unit on it above my head and the climb is recorded. On one day it recorded that I had gone up 14 stairs when I had gone up none. A check of the barograph showed the reason why as there was a fast change in pressure as a weather depression moved on.
I have found this to be spot-on and in agreement with other devices I have so no issues here.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Interesting toy, helps you, if you are interested, in keeping fit. Only interesting to the wearer tho' don't bore your pals with it!Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Initially great, but stopped working after less than 6 weeks. Don't seem to have the option on here to return or contact seller. Not happyPublished 3 days ago by Yleana
Good product but the band material can come away easily hen used often when training etc. Fitbit happy to replace though.Published 4 days ago by James Whitbread
Bought as a gift - the orange is a nice red/orange colour and I chose this particular fitbit as the recipient wanted to track steps, floors climbed and be used as a watch. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Kate M