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Fitbit Charge HR Reviews

Fitbit Charge HR Reviews. Fitbit recently announced the Surge and the Charge at CES. The Fitbit Charge HR have just arrived and is available for order at the Fitbit online store. The Charge HR will be widely available in major North American retailers, including Best Buy, Brookstone, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Kohl’s, REI, The Sports Authority and Target, by the end of January. The company mentioned that availability in select countries in Europe, Asia, and Latin America will come shortly after.

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Fitbit Charge HR is an advanced tracker which is designed for more active users who are dedicated to staying fit and want a full picture of their health – in and out of the gym. It delivers continuous, automatic wrist-based heart rate, Caller ID and all-day activity tracking. It features PurePulse optical heart rate technology which uses safe LED lights to detect blood volume changes right on the wrist to deliver heart rate monitoring 24/7. This feature provides continuous and automatic wrist-based heart rate monitoring.

Fitbit Charge HR Features

Here are some great features of Fitbit Charge HR

1. PurePulse Heart Rate

With the continuous heart rate users will be able to get more accurate all-day calorie burn, reach target workout intensity and maximize training. The Fitbit Charge HR will help users to see their heart health including resting heart rate and heart rate trends, alongside stats like steps, distance, floors climbed, calories and active minutes.

2. Long Battery Life

The device is designed with battery efficient technology, allowing users to spend more time tracking and less time charging. The battery will lasts longer than competing trackers with a battery life up to five days.

3. Workouts + All-Day Activity

Users can track workouts, heart rate, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes & steps they have taken.

4. Auto Sleep + Alarms

Users will be able to monitor their sleep automatically & set a silent alarm.

5. Caller ID + Watch

Users will be able to see their daily stats & time of day, and get call notifications with compatible devices.

6. Wireless Syncing

With Wireless Syncing, users will be able to sync stats wirelessly & automatically to leading smartphones and computers.

7. Exercise Tracking

Users will be able to get real-time run stats & review routes, splits and workout summaries on the app

Fitbit Charge HR Price and availability

Fitbit Charge HR is now available for order in black, plum, blue and tangerine for $149.95. The device will be widely available in major North American retailers by the end of January, including Best Buy, Brookstone, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Kohl’s, REI, The Sports Authority and Target. The availability in select countries in Europe, Asia, and Latin America will come shortly after.

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