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- 75AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE10 ReviewsRecode70Three New Fitbits: See How They RunThe Fitbit Charge is fine for people who want some type of wristband with display, who want to keep track of their steps and sleep patterns ... The Charge is not a product for people who do a variety of workouts, or want to know precisely how many miles they’re running.PC Mag80Fitbit ChargeA slim and sleek design make it truly wearable, and the companion Fitbit website and mobile apps are the best you'll find. But the Charge isn't highly sophisticated, and other trackers offer more interesting features for veteran self-quantifiers.Tom's Guide70Fitbit Charge ReviewThe Fitbit Charge is a comfortable and long-lasting fitness tracker that adds caller ID to the mix, but we'd prefer more notifications.CNET70Fitbit is back, but wait for next yearThe Fitbit Charge is a fine replacement for the discontinued Fitbit Force, but you're better off waiting for Fitbit's heart-rate-tracking upgrade next year.Mashable70Fitbit Charge: A solid fitness tracker you shouldnThe Fitbit Charge is a solid follow-up to the recalled Force wristband tracker, but hold off for the Charge HR and its heart-rate tracking features when it launches in early 2015.Tech Advisor80Fitbit Charge review â€“ hands on with new activitIt beats other fitness wristbands by showing the stats right there on your wrist, and – combined with the excellent Fitbit app and dashboard – offers real motivational tools to get you fitter, healthier and maybe a little lighter.ChipChick90FitBit Charge Activity and Sleep Wristband ReviewThese days there are step counters built into a lot of phones, but the Fitbit Charge is a much easier (and hopefully more accurate) method of tracking activity. Also, there’s no phone that can monitor sleep like Fitbit!Yahoo70Reviewed: The Fitbit Charge Is Effective but IrritUltimately, I didn’t find myself wanting to wear it. It’s like one of those itchy sweaters your grandma buys you: comfortable enough to don when necessary, but too itchy (and dowdy) for daily wear.Wareable70Fitbit Charge reviewThe Fitbit Charge is a decent fitness tracker ... but feels somewhat confused with the Fitbit family. You get the impression that, if the skin irritation problems hadn’t occurred with the Force, we’d simply be waiting for the flagship Charge HR to land with no regular Charge on the menu.Connectedly80Reviewed: Fitbit ChargeIf you are looking for a wrist-worn fitness tracker, the Charge should be one to consider.
- 80AVERAGE USER SCORE2 ReviewsEngadget Reader70July 13, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The Fitbit Charge is felt more like bracelet accessory than it is a watch. The tracking feature on the website and mobile app is definitely fun, but it isn't anything new on the table already. The watch band broke after excessive usage in 'round 6-7 months, which isn't a long time at all. However, even before that, the snap-on, snap-off band is pretty poor itself. The holes in which the clips snap into began to come off (there's an interior band within the holes) and the band itself began to deteriorate and wear down. All in all, the Fitbit Charge is not worth the $100, and it you're looking to buy something similar to this device, I suggest saving up for the $200 Fitbit Charge HR.js8790January 26, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I lived with a Flex for a year and loved it. This keeps the basic essentials but importantly improves on certain key areas to make it a great all round product. I know some reviewers mark it down saying that for the extra Â£20 you can get HR functionality. While this is true they are overlooking the fact that this is also Â£20 difference to the Flex, which gives you so much more functionality. I was able to pick it up for Â£71 (Â£99 rrp) & felt HR wasn't worth an extra Â£48.Update: 10 days of battery life is also rather impressive! My colleague bought the Charge HR & is getting 3-4 days (with continuous HR on)
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