Get a watch and an activity tracker in one with this Fitbit Charge activity wristband. Designed to monitor your heart rate and keep you connected to your phone, this wristband gives you all the data you need to get more out of your fitness program. The five-day battery life ensures this Fitbit Charge activity wristband just keeps going.
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Fitbit Charge HR
Posted by: SuperBad from: on
I was lucky enough to be some of the few people who received the Fitbit Charge HR prior to it's scheduled release. This year wearable technology has been the craze. I've been using the Fitbit Flex because our hospital was providing a subsidy to help the employees get fit. Now the Flex is not the best wearable. I currently have the Pebble, Moto 360 and I've used the Samsung Gear Live and Basis. The Flex by far is the most convenient one to use. But the Flex does have it's limitations and issues with the battery. So when the Charge HR was announced, I was extremely excited to see what it can provide. Compared to the Flex, it is twice the thickness and the strap is now a buckle.
So far I've been impressed with the results of the Charge HR. I'll list the pros and cons.
Auto Sleep Log: Much more convenient than having to start and stop on the Flex. I don't always fall asleep when I logged it with the Flex so having the Charge HR start it when I actually fall asleep is great.
Logging Exercise: I love the ability to log each workout session. With the Flex I felt that my strength training sessions were lost because they weren't constant hand swinging movements. I can also better track how long my workout sessions were. This leads into my next pro.
The HR Monitor is a constant and checks your resting heart rate vs when you are active. This is great for calculating your caloric burn and if you want to see where your fat burning zone is. I think this provides a great tool to track your workouts more accurately.
This is a great motivator to take the stairs. I was taking the stairs with the Flex but it didn't capture that accurately. I go up 6 flights of stairs to my office at least 3 times a day and would like credit for that.
This is a good function to have but for me it's not a deal breaker. But if you are like me and keep your phone on silent, it is always good to have something on your hand vibrate when you get a call. It takes a second or so to get the notification, but it's useful to have.
Now for the Cons or areas of improvement.
The buckle on the strap feels cheap. It's suppose to be surgical steel but feels more like hard plastic. Having to put the Charge HR an inch above the wrist can be annoying. I think it would be a little better to have the heart rate monitor on the underside of the wrist where you would feel your pulse.
The best thing that Fitbit can do is to have a better charging mechanism. If they can allow it's devices to wirelessly charge, that would be great. That would be a huge plus because you don't have to mess with plugs. Just place it on the plate and let it charge. This a great feature with the Moto 360 and makes it so much easier to have multiple charging plates at home, in the office and in my travel bag.
The last thing that I would expect from Fitibit is a better instruction manual. With the new added features of the Charge HR, I would like to maximize the use. Luckily I was able to figure things out quickly, but for the people who are not as tech savy might get frustrated trying to go through the functions. Of course the app is great and it's even better that it syncs with MyFitnessPal.
Overall I think the Charge HR is a great step up from the Flex and sits on the same level as other advanced wearables. I think it's worth the investment and would be a great gift for someone who plans to get into shape. I'm a strong believer that you need to track in order to get the results that you want. For the average person; If you don't know what you did today, you won't be able to progress tomorrow.
With a proper diet, Fitbit has helped me lose 30 lbs in 11 weeks. Seeing what my results was a great motivator. The weight was not water weight but actual fat. From a 1 keg ab to 6 pack abs, it's worth every penny.
212 out of 213 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Elf322 from: on
I, too was one of the lucky people who purchased the CHARGE HR before available to the public. I have been an avid user of Fitbit Flex for over a year and a half (bought it the day it came out). I decided to upgrade my old Flex to Charge HR for couple reasons:
1) the screen (even though small). I love to be able to see how many steps I took on the actual device than pulling out my phone, sync the data and THEN see my steps. Plus I could use it as a watch!!!
2) auto sleep mode - I sometimes forget to activate the sleep mode (or forgot to "wake" it up) on Flex and don't remember what time I actually went to sleep so I didn't track my sleep regularly. But with this, I can just simply fall asleep and it will track my sleep by itself!! (And let me add it is very accurate!!).
3) the clasp - I almost thought about just getting CHARGE without HR but I just love the watch look on this little device and so glad I waited! Going from Flex to this took a while to get used to but at least with Charge HR, I don't have to worry about having my watch, my flex and my road ID band on my wrist!!
4) heart rate - I could really just got by without HR monitor but since it was $20 more, I said "why not!?'). I have Garmin watch (for run) with HR strap that I hardly wear because it is uncomfortable. But with this, I could hardly notice that it is tracking my heart rate ALL DAY without feeling trapped.
5) caller ID - love it! My phone is on silent almost all day and it's nice to get an alert when someone calls :)
Overall, I'm very happy with Charge HR!! But if I'm happy with it, why only give 4 stars?? Well, here are a few things that could be improved to make me want to give 5 stars :)
1) wish it is waterproof like FLEX. I don't normally swim but it would be nice to not worry about taking it off before jumping in the pool or in the ocean.
2) wish the band was inter changeable... Lol but glad I got black so it matches with any outfits!
141 out of 145 found this review helpful.
Even better than expected!
Posted by: rubi2s from: on
After one year my Jawbone Up kicked the dust, so I was band-less for over a month. After my awful Jawbone experience, I decided to switch over to the Fitbit, since it seems to have a much longer life span. Having decided on the Fitbit Charge HR, I couldn't wait for the it to be released, so as soon as I saw it was available at Bestbuy.com, I went ahead and ordered it. I got it New Years Eve and have been tracking my steps since. It's really motivated me to reach my 10,000 step goal. It counts steps accurately--much more so than the Jawbone Up. As I take a step, I can see my step count increase. Awesome!
The heart rate monitor is also very accurate--the results match my Garmin (with the chest strap). They're so accurate, that I've stopped using the Garmin and only use the Fitbit now when I run. It's nice to be able to see how my heart rate changes throughout the day--while I'm resting, during exercise, and especially after I've exercised. I can really see the effect that a good work out has on my heart rate for the rest of the day.
The steps climbed is also accurate. People who complained should read the following article: http://help.fitbit.com/articles/en_US/Help_article/How-does-my-tracker-count-floors.
The sleep tracking is ok. It's not as good as the Jawbone Up's, but still informative. The silent alarm wakes you right when you set it. It doesn't have the Jawbone Up's ability to wake you during light sleep vs deep sleep, which was a nice feature.
The caller ID on the band is also super useful--especially when my phone is on silent, so I don't realize it's ringing until my band buzzes and displays the caller ID. This is one feature that I hadn't thought I'd get much use out of, but so far is awesome!
The app is also super cool! It's so easy to view your progress, add friends, and create challenges. The challenge are the best! I'm super competitive, so they really motivate me to move. If you're looking to improve your fitness level or just want to track how you're doing, the Fitbit Charge HR is for you!!!
86 out of 88 found this review helpful.
Pre-Released Charge HR
Posted by: MisfitGrrl from: on
I have the pre-released Charge HR (CHR). I have been wearing it along with my Polar Heart Rate Monitor (the chest strap and watch, which is 98% accurate). I also continue to wear my old Fitbit One which was very accurate with step counts except for while driving. In comparison, my Fitbit CHR has been very close to accuracy in both heart rate and steps (still counts steps while driving but not as many as the Fitbit One). My heart rate is usually within +/- 7 points of my Polar HRM when I am at rest, and while exercising on a treadmill, I found it to be within +/- 3 points! My only complaints so far are: (1) The heart rate sensor seems to suction my skin. It is not painful but leaves an imprint on my wrist, like when you fall asleep and wake up with marks on your face. Again, these marks are not painful and do go away after about 15-20 minutes. It's just an odd sensation when I take the Fitbit CHR off and feel my skin disconnect from the sensor. (2) The strap is smaller than expected. I am 5'1 and weigh 110 lbs. I have very small wrists (5.5 inches). If worn the way Fitbit recommends (somewhat loose), the size small is only left with about 1 inch of strap. If worn tightly but comfortably, I am on the middle hole (5th hole) and left with maybe 1.5 inches of strap. Now imagine if you don't have a bony, tiny wrist like me. The small would barely fit! On top of that, I'm wondering whose wrist would be smaller than mine when my wrist that uses up half the strap. Is the size small made for kids? Interesting... Lastly, (3), the top of the watch is rigid and wider than my wrist so it sticks out along the sides of my wrists. It's a little awkward at first but I got used to it after a few hours. Despite these cons, I love the Fitbit CHR so far. I would give it 4.5 stars if I could.
114 out of 123 found this review helpful.
Pre-release Charge Hr!!!! :D
Posted by: Kat15 from: on
I am 5'1 and For months I've been wanting the Charge Hr from Fitbit. I was lucky enough to see it online and bought it right away. The next day I decided to look at them again and they were all sold out. I realized that I was one of the few lucky ones to recieve mine before the 2015 release. I have had it for about 4 days and couldnt be happier.
The heartrate all day is really handy and has been quite accurate with my actual heartrate(within 2-3 beats). The steps are also pretty close- but if you have a longer or shorter stride you can personallize it on the dashboard in order to get a more accurate reading. The floor counter has been perfect each day. There are challenges that you can participate in and challenge friends who have fitbits or you can use your dashboard and find other people with fitbits in order to compete in fun little excerises and see if you can win. The alarm is an Amazing feature because it vibrates against my skin which truly gets me awake because I cant slimpy ignore it. I have read that people say the battery doesnt last very long but I found that if you turn bluetooth off the battery on the charge hr lasts longer- For the last 3 days I have only turned bluetooth on at night and when i leave the house and my battery level is down to about 50%. I like having my phone in my purse so when I leave the house I simply turn on my bluetooth so that my charge hr alerts me when someone is calling and I dont miss a call when im out and about.
One major pro I really like is that I can choose what shows on my tracker. Instead of having everything I have 4 thins that show: time, heartrate, steps, distance traveled and alarms set. I think this is great because I dont want to see everything such as calories, so it all based on personal preference.
I have a small Charge Hr. My wrist is 5.75 and is on the 3rd hole from the end of the band, which doesnt bother me at all because I dont like having a huge strap hanging from my arm. I think it fits perfectly but it depends on what you like.
A few cons are that I cant swim with my charge hr on my wrist but its okay because when I swim I always count the number of laps and the hours I swim for. Which I found you can add these onto your dashboard in the activities section and gain those "points" or minutes of excerise. Another thing is sleeping- I found that once in a while I would forget to hit sleep on my phone but I then started looking at the app and could add when I slept in the sleep section- the fitbit charge hr would then update and tell me everything about my sleeping; restless, awake, actual sleep. I do wish that the app had a few more challenges-more tailored to my person; such as amount of laps swam, etc. The calories are a little difficult to put into the app since I make my own salads I have to guess on the amount of calories in the salad, but its not a huge deal to me because I didnt get the charge hr for this reason.
Overall I think the fitbit Charge Hr is amazing and wouldnt take it back at all. I'd recommend it to anyone who likes excerise or just general health. I would read up on how to use the dashboard in order to get all that you can out of the Charge Hr. I am still learning on how to use things on the dashboard, but I would recommend using all you can! I hope this was helpful! :)
78 out of 81 found this review helpful.
I love my Charge HR!
Posted by: Lucky28 from: on
I received my Fitbit Charge HR (size small) as part of the pre-release and have been wearing it for about a week now and am really happy with it! I've found the heart rate monitor to be pretty accurate thus far as well as the step count.
I also find the caller ID and silent alarm functions to be greatly useful as there are many instances in which I have to have my cell phone on silent - I don't have to worry about missing an emergency call if my ringer is turned off and that's a huge pro for me.
It's comfortable enough to sleep in easily and does a good job tracking my sleep. It's convenient that it picks up on your sleeping automatically without having to put it into a sleep setting. While I wish the app went a little more in-depth into your sleep patterns it definitely covers the basics and does a good job of it.
One thing that a couple of other reviewers have noted is that the small does seem to be a bit on the small side. I'd also take into account that during regular wear, for the heart rate tracking to work its best, it is recommended that the Charge HR should be worn a finger's width above your wrist bone. During active exercise they recommend wearing it 2-3 finger widths up from your wrist bone. Just something to keep in mind when sizing your wrist.
All in all, I think the Fitbit Charge HR is a great option for those who want to monitor their activity levels and is a wonderful, informative tool to help encourage a healthier lifestyle!
52 out of 52 found this review helpful.
All in all a great little device for the price.
Posted by: harrypottar from: harrypottar on
I was toying with 3.5 stars or 4 so I decided to go with 4 has it works for what is meant to do but could do with some improvements.
I’m new to Fitbit, I Purchased a small and large Charge HR for my wife and I and we picked them up from Best Buy New Years eve.
I’m in my fifties but have been exercising with P90x, Insanity, home gym, treadmill, rowing machine, etc for a number of years so I’m quite fit.
I find the large band tight for my wrist. The band is made of soft rubber like martial so it’s not going to cut off circulation but I have it on the first notch and it quite tight, it does not move.
However I can still stretch it and put a finger underneath, It’s tight enough that it leaves an impression of the band on my wrist when I take it off to shower. I mention the tightness has I have not had issues with the heart rate readings.
Also whilst not trying to get too personal, I’m quite an hairy guy, so I tend to shave my arms and upper torso, maybe the shaved forearms are helping with the readings too.
I have a top of the range Polar HRM with strap, it’s does everything you can possibly think of with heart rate monitoring, even tells you the resting period between sets on weight training days.
I wore the Charge HR and Polar Strap together today, I did forty minutes of Insanity cardio workout, then walked on the treadmill for thirty minutes at a ten degree incline at 3.2 mph.
When I compare the Polar chest reading to the Charge they where within 5-7 beats per minutes. My max on the Polar was 181 and the Charge recorded 176, average on the Polar was 153 and 150 on the Charge HR.
So far I’m pleased, I wanted an “all” day monitor, the Polar desktop has better Heart Rate data readouts and graphs than Fitbits' free dashboard but I get the benefit of all day data and sleep data.
Was thinking about returning my large and waiting for the extra large Charge HR to become available however I’m now wondering after reading about all the HRM issue if the tight band is helping.
This is not a smart watch it’s a fitness band there is a big difference, I have a Samsung Gear 2, not the Gear Fit but the brown/bronze dress watch with the camera.
The Gear 2 is more a dress watch so I don’t want to wear it while exercising. The Gear 2 is a true "Smart Watch”, you can customize the clock, read / send email, text messages answer and makes calls all from the watch.
It has Samsung S health which is ok but not has informative has Fitbit, if you want a smart watch with some health info and have a compatible Samsung Phone then you can not go wrong with a Gear Fit, 2 or the new Solo.
If you seriously want to track all day health then the Fitbit is the right option, I wear my Fitbit all day I only take it off for showing.
For me tracking Heart Rate and Sleep was my primary reasons to buy and it’s small enough to wear all the time, I still wear my Gear 2 smart watch when I’m out and about because of the integration with my Note 4.
It’s never going to be has accurate as a chest monitor but it’s close enough for what I want, it uses your phone GPS to track running so you don’t have to buy one with a built in GPS.
Sizing is off, my wives small is more like a child and we plan on returning and purchasing the large once their available again. I would like the XL but thats only online directly from Fitbit.
Bands should be changeable, this would fix the size issue and be able to swap out when grubby or for a style change.
It’s splash proof not water proof, you can not swim in it. I would like to see them make a water proof one for swimming.
None standard charge port which is common now, would like to see micro USB or even better wireless charging like the motor 360.
Charge cable to way to short, you will need a usb extension cable.
Battery does not last the advertised 5 days, I’m lucky to get 2.5 days, I top up the charge while swimming or showing.
All in all a great little device for the price with a few niggling things that stops it being a 5 star fitness band.
52 out of 52 found this review helpful.
Love the Concept but the HR is lacking for fitness
Posted by: Stephanie79 from: on
For those of you who asked me to let you know my workout results with my new fitbit Charge HR, here they are! First off let me say that I absolutely love the fitbit charge hr. I love that it tracks your sleep accurately, calories, steps, etc. I think it is a great tool to help aid a person in getting or staying healthy because it shows you exactly what you are doing to and putting in your body.
Now for the bad part: I was extremely disappointed during my workout today. I wore both my Polar Watch and my fitbit. I did cardio on the open stride machine and then did HIIT/Tabatta with kettlebells and ropes. During the cardio it took the fitbit almost 7 minutes into the workout to catch up to the polar watch. The Polar was reading at 170 and the fitbit was still at 124bpm. Not good. Once it finally did catch up, it actually continued to stay almost the same as the Polar watch.
Once I started doing the Tabatta/HIIT workout, the fitbit didn’t really work at all. It never reached the HR that the Polar did the entire time. The Polar was up to 175 and the fitbit was still at 120 or less. My total workout time was 60 minutes and the total calories on the fitbit was 531 compared to 680 and my Polar.
So, obviously I’m going to have to look like a dork and wear two watches to work out with. Once I got home I updated the fitbit dashboard with the extra 179 calories that the fitbit was missing, but I had to add an extra activity.
I really, really wish I could wear just one watch for everything and this unfortunately doesn't cut it.
79 out of 85 found this review helpful.
Great overall fitness tracker
Posted by: Amber from: on
I picked up the Charge HR from my local Best Buy on New Year's Day after ordering it online. I needed a device that offered wireless sync with my Samsung S4 and that allowed me to put it into an "exercise mode" and check stats for my run while I'm running--not just after the fact. Previous models of the Fitbit didn't have these capabilities, and "running watches" with similar features either didn't have the wireless sync capabilities (or their capbailities/accompanying apps weren't as developed or advanced as Fitbit's) or were much more expensive. Some runners prefer GPS watches because of their high accuracy and ability to give information like pace, split, etc. I'm not that fancy. I just needed time and distance.
I opted to wait for the highly anticipated "HR" model because it cost only $20 extra for heart rate monitoring. Overall, I've been pleased with the Charge HR and would recommend it to anyone whose fitness needs are similar to my own.
The Band: I ordered the "small" band. Fitbit recommends wearing the band anywhere from one finger width to a couple of finger widths above your wrist bone, depending on what you're doing. Fitbit advertises that the small size technically supports a wrist as small as 5.5". Mine is about 5.25 at that spot, so I fall a little short, but that's OK, because the band sizing seems to run very small. For day-to-day use, I wear mine on the 4th "hole" for a tight fit or the 5th hole for a looser fit, and it has 8 holes (like a typical leather band watch). Let me emphasize something: My wrist is *tiny.* If I buy a watch, I usually have to remove at least four or five links. If it's a leather watch, I am usually either on the smallest hole or I have to punch a hole in it. I say all this to say that you may need to size up to a large even if you have a "normal" sized wrist. Don't feel bad about it. It's them, not you. Maybe they imagine small children using this? I don't know. I can technically move it to a smaller size, but then it's uncomfortable.
The hard plastic portion of the watch is technically wider than my wrist (in "normal" watch terms, it's as if the lugs are wider than my wrist), so it does look a little comical on my wrist and makes it a little too obvious, so sometimes I will take it off for evenings out, etc. just because it's conspicuous.
Once you get used to it and put it on the right size for you (it took me a day or so to figure out what I liked best), it's pretty comfortable. Because of how it fits on my wrist, it's difficult to wear it with long sleeves/jackets, because of its bulk in comparison to my wrist, but I've had no problems with skin irritation/rashes/etc except for a mark on my skin from wearing it too tight the first few hours. I do move it up and down periodically through the day for different activities, because it can get in the way. I'm still trying to master the art of sleeping with it, because it gets in my way. I almost took it off the first night.
My suggestions would be for Fitbit to work on making it more compatible with smaller wrists and to make it possible to change just the band out (for instances when the rubber portion breaks but the tracker itself still works). I know these changes may not be possible with the technology, however.
Setup: Setup was simple. Took about 15 minutes. The device does not come with instructions other than to go to a website, which basically links you to the app for whatever phone you're using--I imagine if you access it from a computer, it would have you download the sync software. I had no problems pairing with my Android device via Bluetooth. I charged the Fitbit for about an hour and it was at full charge.
The app allows you to customize which stats you can check on your device, in which order they appear (nice!), your silent alarms, the format of the time display and a few other odds and ends. Even if you choose not to see a piece of info on your watch itself, you can still view the information from the Fitbit app.
Use: As far as running distance goes, I'm not expecting 100%, GPS-style accuracy. As a test, I ran with the Fitbit and my previous workout buddy, the iPod nano (which also uses an accelerometer for distance/pace), and found the Fitbit to be a suitable replacement in this regard. The two devices were nearly identical on a test run--the iPod said I had run 1.72 mi. and the Fitbit said 1.69 mi. Like I said earlier, this is good enough for me. The difference in the two devices could even be due to human error--I could have started the iPod and then started running a few feet before starting the Fitbit. I live on the second floor of an apartment complex, and I've noticed it is accurate in counting flights of stairs as well.
It does inaccurately count certain activities I do at my work as steps counted. This isn't a major deal for me, because I'm not too concerned with steps accuracy, but if you are, you may want to take it off during long periods of working at a desk.
One wish I have is that pace could be added as a stat that's provided on the device when it's in "exercise" mode. That's one thing I do miss from using my iPod I know I can calculate it with distance and time, but when I'm running, I'm not in the mood for mental math. Ha.
I have no way of gauging the heart rate monitor against other devices, because this is the first one I've ever had. All I can say is that it definitely increases the rate when I'm moving more. This wasn't a primary need of mine, so I haven't done any work to research how accurate it is.
This model is improved from previous models in that it automatically enters sleep mode, so no more missing out on sleep stats if you forget to put it in sleep mode. One criticism--The LED lights on the underside of the tracker were distracting to me at night. I have grown used to it, but I'm a light sleeper, and I almost had to take it off the first night. This probably won't bother most people, but I wish there was an option to turn off the LED lights or something.
Overall, this is an affordable fitness tracker that I've enjoyed using for its simplicity and the information it gives me at the right price point.
Wireless sync to established Fitbit ecosystem--if your friends have any type of fitness tracker, it's probably a Fitbit.
Syncs with other fitness apps (like MyFitnessPal)
Price is definitely competitive for features
Improvements I'd like to see:
Pace added as a stat I can view on the device
Smaller overall size
Interchangeable band (like the Fitbit Flex)
An option to turn off LED lights for sleep
54 out of 56 found this review helpful.
Great Companion to keep health on track.
Posted by: Emadee from: Mass on
Fitbit has an easy to use platform. Customer support is also great. I have a heart issue where cardio is my medicine. This is a great tool for me to see if I am hitting an accelerated heart rate for a while or not! Also a great motivator did I drink enough water, take a good amount of steps, did I work out, how many calories have I had/what's left (to loose or maintain weight).
When I haven't reached my goal it gets me up to hit it! Just because I want to see things in green! Kinda like getting a sticker. (we are all kids at heart!)
I had the flex for about a week...I liked it as it worked out just as this one except no heart recordings which like I said has helped in my "medicine". I also like that this will give me heart readout on wrist as well as time, unlike the flex is just dots. So it's not like wearing a device that just sits on wrist and tracks what I do. The heart rate gives more accurate of calories burned...did you rev up enough?
Keep in mind there is no health item like this out there that you can buy except professional that will give you exact for heart. OR for those who says count step is off YES OF COURSE it's on your wrist...keep reading! So for those who say its completely inaccurate, the truth is then what is exact besides a true hook up through doctor for heart and exact for steps count. Yes a chest strap on some that is out there is better for heart but, I don't wanna wear one of those and those I can never get to sit correctly! However for the heart I went to doctors other day and asked him to do resting heart rate and I pushed button on Charge HR and it was close enough by couple of beats difference, that is good! Just as for steps a hip attached one is better for more accurate as well or true accurate count. There is also no wrist item that will track steps to perfection. When it comes what you did first week take average for steps and use that as a number and increase as a goal. Seeing it does sit on your wrist shaking up a drink can act like walking. But this is normal, any other wrist device is the same!
However, read how and where to wear it! The website for product help/manual is great info. If you use the vibration feature for phone ring and wake up the battery does go fast...A pain need to charge every two days...not sure that the others out there are that different if it has that feature. When it is my quiet time of eating, resting with family watching tv, shower, I charge it. No different then my phone.
Oh and the sleep...pretty accurate as well!
I'm impressed with this, I've tried others in the past and have returned but I also learned about them a bit more...like the step count on wrist/accuracy and how to work with it! I have recommended this to all my friends as well.