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I have been a fan of fitbit for some time now. The Charge 2 as set the bar high when it comes to wearable technology/fitness gear. Extremely pleased with this product and the support that comes with it
2 weeks ago
I got the Charge 2 for Christmas and I love it, I have noticed that the heart rate will be a little off when exercising if it is close to your wrist. If you move it a couple inches above the wrist it will read accurately. Shows my texts, heart rate, time, calls, and more. It is great!
I used to have the Fitbit One. I loved the features but wanted to be able to wear it instead of attaching to my clothes. I saw some reviews that said they had a problem with battery life. This battery lasts forever. I wore it for 8 days before I even thought to check the battery and it still had 25% battery life left. I think it will go at least 2 weeks. I like that it just looks like a watch on my wrist. No one ever asks me what it is. The features are great. I love that I can set alarms for
... read more myself. The only thing I wish is that it were waterproof. Everything about it works just like Fitbit says it will. I have used a few different activity trackers and so far Fitbit is my favorite.
3 years ago
The Fitbit Charge is a good device, but after three weeks it seems to lose track on my steps on a treadmill. It seems to be a minimum of a tenth of a mile, up to a quarter of mile. I am hoping that fitbit the company can troubleshoot and find the answer. I even tried to do the stride length but I get five or six different answers depending on the method you use to calculate it.