Introducing Fitbit Charge HR™

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28 Responses

  1. The Tech Guy says:

    Dear Santa,  I want a Fitbit Charge HR.  Thanks!

  2. Daniel Hillmer says:

    what is the release date in germany?

  3. Cristian Călinescu says:

    So he has a phone in his hand but looks at this wristband to see who’s calling, then answer on the phone, where it shows who’s calling. IS THIS GREAT OR WHAT? How about a device that rings the same time with your phone. So you know your phone is ringing?

  4. KENG-YU LIN says:

    嗯,想升級耶 … #Fitbit  #wishlist #我是壯不是胖  

  5. Janice Wu says:

    I think this is a feature that is more handy to us females who have their phones in their purses, or if your phone were in a pocket.

  6. JOSH says:

    Great information 😉

  7. Mark Henry says:

    man, I just sent you 75+ instagram followers. If you want more, just goto *InstaPhamous. COM*

  8. Nikki Berry says:

    I can see it being useful for when you get a call in the middle of a workout and you have your phone in an armband.

  9. Nikki Berry says:

    SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY

  10. Cristian Călinescu says:

    How is that useful? You still have to dig up your phone to answer

  11. Nikki Berry says:

    +Cristian Călinescu You can take a quick look at your wrist to see who it is and  decide if it’s worth pausing your workout for. I’ll sometimes get automated messages from school about specific events and whatnot – it’s nice to know, but I don’t need to break up my rhythm to hear about it at that moment.

  12. af1rs2jl says:

    I agree. I just want this thing for the heart rate function. Everything else is just a waste of battery life.

  13. Floyd ish says:

    At last with real-time HR. Now it has sense.

  14. James Jackson says:

    It vibrates when the call comes in. You can shut off your ringer and still know when someone’s calling.

  15. THOMAS SODOMIZER says:

    How accurate is the monitor? If it only measures the wrist those are notoriously inaccurate.

  16. Teresa Rodo says:

    I’m really interested in getting the Fitbit Charge or Fitbit Charge HR…. I want to know if it tells you when to move or to move.  I saw a commercial and they kept looking at the band and it made them stop what they were doing and to move.  Is this the one?  Thank you…

  17. Ken Pedreso says:

    Their app cant sync with ios health app! 😐

  18. jason roberts says:

    +THOMAS SODOMIZER i was told 94-95%

  19. mpharr2 says:

    Why no total mileage provided in at least the weekly report Examples Total mileage to date – Last years mileage to date compared to this years mileage to date. ect

  20. CatsLikeBoxes says:

    Fitbit just got sued for them being inaccurate, so yeah…

  21. She DMontford says:

    Thanks  – but that is the trouble that I am still having -” the advanced
    things like set alarms and goals, as those take longer to explain – ”
    Not having a tutorial is crazy and apparently there is not calorie
    counter, for non -commercial non-processed foods -in the system (I would
    have thought that they would have one on their website but no you have
    to go to other websites and do manual calculations for basic but non
    general activities and foods)  I rarely eat anything out of a packet —
    no calorie counter for 1 Cavendish banana – no calorie calculator to
    figure out how many calories burnt for 10 squats/10 sit-ups for a person
    my weight – ( I will do them during the day to when I have time but I
    don’t jog which is all it seems programmed for) I still have to do all of
    this manually  – I BELIEVE THIS IS WHY THERE IS NO TUTORIAL – IT WOULD
    REVEAL ITS VERY REAL LIMITATIONS – So I am not really seeing the
    advantage  – it feels like a game – and is not saving me any time on
    these calculations -actually spending more time trying to figure it out
    and not believing it doesn’t do a lot of commonsense stuff that I have
    to look up on other websites –  I am still having to do the same things I
    did with my $5 pedometer – I haven’t sent it back – but after “PLAYING”
    around with it for a month it is not being used – I really feel should
    have taken it back. The only reason I did was to not hurt my husbands
    feelings. I really could not recommend these to anyone as the feel like a
    beta testing version of something that is halfway through being
    designed

  22. She DMontford says:

    Thanks  – but that is the trouble that I am still having -” the advanced
    things like set alarms and goals, as those take longer to explain – ”
    Not having a tutorial is crazy and apparently there is not calorie
    counter, for non -commercial non-processed foods -in the system (I would
    have thought that they would have one on their website but no you have
    to go to other websites and do manual calculations for basic but non
    general activities and foods)  I rarely eat anything out of a packet —
    no calorie counter for 1 Cavendish banana – no calorie calculator to
    figure out how many calories burnt for 10 squats/10 sit-ups for a person
    my weight – ( I will do them during the day to when I have time but I
    don’t jog which is all it seems programmed for) I still have to do all of
    this manually  – I BELIEVE THIS IS WHY THERE IS NO TUTORIAL – IT WOULD
    REVEAL ITS VERY REAL LIMITATIONS – So I am not really seeing the
    advantage  – it feels like a game – and is not saving me any time on
    these calculations -actually spending more time trying to figure it out
    and not believing it doesn’t do a lot of commonsense stuff that I have
    to look up on other websites –  I am still having to do the same things I
    did with my $5 pedometer – I haven’t sent it back – but after “PLAYING”
    around with it for a month it is not being used – I really feel should
    have taken it back. The only reason I did was to not hurt my husbands
    feelings. I really could not recommend these to anyone as the feel like a
    beta testing version of something that is halfway through being
    designed

  23. Phil Becker says:

    Its so nice!

  24. Hugh Hem-Lee says:

    false claims about the heart rate strap it’s to uncomfortable it by give off accurate information then the build in so fitbit is making false advertising

  25. Tina m nic henderson says:

    the batter done not stay for a week u lukey if u get 3 days

  26. JR B says:

    Don’t buy they just fall apart. Save your money

  27. craft corner says:

    no heart pulse rate

  28. Reme Alvarez says:

    I have the fitbit charge 2

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