Fitbit Charge Wireless Activity Wristband, Black, Large

November 19, 2014 - Comment

Energize your day with Charge—an advanced activity wristband that tracks your steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned, floors climbed and active minutes. Stay connected throughout the day with real-time fitness stats and Caller ID on the OLED display. And when the day is done, automatically monitor your sleep and set a silent, vibrating alarm. Whether

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Energize your day with Charge—an advanced activity wristband that tracks your steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned, floors climbed and active minutes. Stay connected throughout the day with real-time fitness stats and Caller ID on the OLED display. And when the day is done, automatically monitor your sleep and set a silent, vibrating alarm. Whether you’re at the office or on the go, Charge wirelessly syncs your stats to your smartphone and computer to help you find the motivation you need to achieve your goals.

Product Features

  • Accurately track all-day stats like steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned, stairs climbed, and active minutes
  • See daily stats, time of day, and exercise mode with a bright OLED display
  • Monitor your sleep automatically and wake with a silent alarm
  • Get call notifications right on your wrist
  • Access real-time run stats like time, distance, and pace to stay on track
  • Sync stats wirelessly and automatically to your computer and over 120 leading smartphones

Comments

Kathleen says:

Get’s the job done, unless you use your hands A LOT I should probably wait to write this review as I have only had the Charge for 1 day. But these are my preliminary opinions and I don’t think they will change much.I thought the Large size would be too big, but it actually fits well. I have one more hole so I could make it tighter, but I don’t need it. I think the small would be a little too small for me. It does look large on my wrist (and as a woman I think everything looks huge on there) but it is smaller than some other activity…

Brendan Sheehan says:

As of Nov, 2014, this is the most well-rounded tracker available I have tried a number of fitness trackers including Jawbone (regular, not 24), FitBit Flex, Garmin VivoFit and even Microsoft Band. I think this is the best. Here’s how I would compare the 4:Jawbone – I liked the Web site, the silent alarm and the battery life, but that’s about it. The biggest issue I have with many bands including this one is how bulky it is. Of course, the manual syncing also is annoying.FitBit Flex – it has the silent alarm, automatic syncing and…

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