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- QuestionIs the fitbit surge water/sweat proof? (11 Answers)Answers
Definitely sweat proof, I wouldn't wear it in the shower and would try to keep it from getting too wet other wise. I wear mine all day every day except the shower and I'm fine. (I'm a nurse so for example I was my hands an ungodly amount of time per day and have never had a problem)
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- QuestionDo i need my phone to map out my run? (11 Answers)
okay lets say i want to go for a run in a different route i normally go on, and i do not know the distance of these runs, and also i leave my phone at home. Will the Sure map out my run? for example plot out my run on a map and tell me how far i ran as soon as i get home? or does the Fitbit Charge HR do this aswell?
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- QuestionSurge, charge hr (11 Answers)Answers
- QuestionSize (11 Answers)Answers
I have small wrists but bought the large as I read that it should be loose for certain workouts. There are plenty of holes of adjustment so it will not be too big. Also, I use my original Fitbit Flex to keep the Surge in the proper position, which is supposed to be a finger width or two above your wrist.
- Questioncan step tracking be turned off? (8 Answers)
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- Questiondoes it track cycling (10 Answers)Answers
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- QuestionWatch Visibility (11 Answers)Answers
No the time is not always visible - given it retains the last viewed screen (e.g. if you last viewed steps it stays on steps). It's as easy as pressing the home button twice to return to the time screen no matter which screen you are on. It hasn't been a bother to me.
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