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Fitbit Alta HR Specs

Operating System
iOS Compatibility
Android Compatibility
Operation System Unknown
Windows Phone Compatibility
Housing Material Stainless Steel
Dimensions (W x H x D) 15 x 40 x 33mm
Housing Shape Rectangular
Weight 23g
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Material Silicone
Removable Strap
Always-on Display
Display Type OLED
Release Year Unknown
Sleep Tracker
Stop Watch
Music Player
Heart Rate
Water Resistant
Built-in Microphone
SIM Card Slot
Battery Life 168h
Built-in Camera
Memory Card Slot

Fitbit Alta HR Singapore – Your Best Fitness Companion

A heart-rate monitor, basic phone notifications all packed in a slim, stylish design. What more can you ask for from a fitness tracker. The Fitbit Alta HR has some of the features as the Charge 2 but designed to be 25 percent slimmer with a longer battery life. It is a great device for every man or woman who wishes to improve their fitness levels as it encourages users to get moving.

Slim yet Packed with Features

Although the Alta HR is the same size as its predecessor, it still manages to fit an additional heart-rate tracker. On top of that, it is able to track steps, distance, calories burned, active minutes, and sleep. Within the slim monochrome LED, it will also display basic phone notifications such as incoming calls, text messages, and calendar alerts. Users can set it to provide reminders as they go along their day. On the Fitbit app, there will be a graph that features your heart rate and resting heart rate throughout the day. There is also a personalized Cardio Fitness score that estimates the users overall health based on the VO2 Max feature. It actually determines how well a person’s body utilises oxygen during workouts.

Customizable Bands

Thanks to Fitbit’s wide variety of bands, users can easily select the bands according to their liking and easily swap it. The options include rubber ones in multiple colours as well as leather and metal options. Having swappable bands is advantageous as it will mean less wear and tear on the Fitbit device. You can easily elevate your style for various occasions with Fitbit’s different collections.

Great Battery Life

Given its small size, the Alta HR can last an entire week on a single charge. Fitness enthusiasts will definitely find this useful as they can plug in less and move more. When it comes to charging the device, simply clamp on its charging clip that will charge through a USB connector.

Fitbit app

Along with the device is the amazing Fitbit app that is not only simple to use but is continuously updated to make space for newer features. One of the newer features id the Fitstar workout app that offers a variety of workout routines depending on a person’s fitness level. As a Fitbit user, you will never feel left out as they have one of the largest user base. There are all sorts of weekly challenges that can be carried out by competing against friends and family members which is a great way to get motivated. Another unique feature on the app is the Sleep Stages. It does not only track how long a person sleeps but it will also measure how deep or light the sleep is which will provide an insight to a person’s sleeping habits. If you have to manage your daily food intake, you can simply see your calories in vs. calories out so that it keeps you on track towards your fitness goals.

Fitbit Alta HR Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2018-01-01
Fitness trackers, which are also called activity trackers, activity monitors or fitness bands, are like high-tech pedometers that can count your steps and then estimate the distance you've travelled and the calories you've burned. The biggest activity b...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-20
Healthy lifestyle is the ultimate goal for every working class in modern days and each one of us could use some form of activity tracker for constant fitness measurement. This is where Fitbit Alta HR comes into play with its PurePulse heart rate technolog...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-11
Slim, elegant design, 24/7 heart rate monitoring, Impressive battery lifePricier than the Charge 2 HR, Fewer features than the Charge 2 HR
As Sasha's review below should make clear, the Fitbit Alta HR does very little wrong, other than being more expensive than its not heart rate enabled sibling. This price cut brings the two in line, and in that context, it's a no-brainer. Continue reading...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-11
Slim, elegant design, 24/7 heart rate monitoring, Impressive battery lifePricier than the Charge 2 HR, Fewer features than the Charge 2 HR
If you’re looking for a fitness wearable that packs in heart-rate monitoring without the bulk of more fully-featured devices – such as Fitbit’s own Charge 2, for instance – then the Alta HR could be just the ticket. It’s discreet enough to wear all day, e...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-17
Slim, comfortable design, On-point steps counting, Accurate heart rate readerScreen slightly unresponsive, Not the most dynamic sports tracker, Display difficult to read in bright light
Activity trackers are everywhere. Whether you run 10K every weekend or do little more than plod to the bus stop in the mornings, many of us have some form of sensor strapped to our wrist or shoved in our phones, tracking our every movement.When those move...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-24
Slim & stylish form factor, Excellent app & fitness ecosystem, Solid build quality, Does basic features well, Sweatproof, Easy to swap out bandsExpensive, Lacking a few nicetohave features
I'm new to the world of Fitbit and its wearable fitness trackers. What got me interested in trying a Fitbit was my wife's company was doing a fundraiser for charity based on steps with the leading team being able to donate to the cause of their choice. Sp...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-02
Attractive and sleek design, Sleep Stages information is useful, Comfortable, Long battery lifeBasic exercise tracking, No Connected GPS, Slightly unresponsive display
The Fitbit Alta HR is the update to the Fitbit Alta that, not surprisingly, adds a heart rate monitor. The addition of Fitbit's PurePulse heart rate sensor isn't just for keeping an eye on your ticker, however; it also ties into Fitbit's newly bolstered s...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-11
Heart rate tracking, Sleep Insights, LooksPrice, Not water resistant
The Fitbit Alta HR is an update from its predecessor, the Alta. It now features constant heart rate monitoring, as well as other functionalities. The Alta HR is currently the slimmest design in their repertoire that's equipped with PurePulse, a feature th...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-28
The first impression with the the Fitbit HR was all held in anticipation of how I slept the night before. Naturally, I prepped myself to sleep early so that I can get “quality sleep” to register. So it did, showing how many times I was “Awake”, the durati...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-19
“The worldwide wearables market reached a new all-time high as shipments reached 33.9 million units in the fourth quarter of 2016 (4Q16), growing 16.9% year over year. Shipments for the entire year grew 25% as new vendors entered the market and previous c...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-15
While Fitbit continues to develop its long-term goal of taking of overtaking Apple with its first true smart watch, it's been left to this year's Charge 2 and Alta HR models to keep the company's product line ticking over. Despite undoubtable improvements...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-15
There's a ton of fitness trackers available in the market today, but FitBit's Alta HR is probably the smallest and most unobtrusive one available that has active heart tracking that's found on bigger, bulkier models. We've spent quite a few weeks with th...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-13
Before we go too far though, here's the basic view of the current Fitbit ball field:Fitbit Zip: Yes, they still make it (it's not super current). But it's tiny and kinda awesome. Fitbit Flex 2: A band that tracks your steps, but no display, just a mini...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-01
Dum dum. Dum dum. No, this isn't the start of a Law & Order episode, this is my attempt at mimicking a heart beat in written form. A heartbeat is a strange thing; it's always with us and yet we usually aren't aware of it unless there's a problem. I don't...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-26
Slim, elegant design, 24/7 heart rate monitoring, Impressive battery lifePricier than the Charge 2 HR, Fewer features than the Charge 2 HR
If you’re looking for a fitness wearable that packs in heart-rate monitoring without the bulk of more fully-featured devices – such as Fitbit’s own Charge 2, for instance – then the Alta HR could be just the ticket. It’s discreet enough to wear all day, e...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-24
Slim and light, Includes heart rate sensor, Long battery life, Amazing companion appDelayed phone notifications, Not fully water-resistant, Lacks GPS, Needs the app to manually start specific tracking
Fitbit launched in the Philippines last month its latest wearable — the Alta HR. It brings what the former Alta offers but has new inclusive features without adding bulk to the device. Here's our quick review of the Fitbit Alta HR.The Fitbit Alta HR is cu...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-18
Do you want to get fit? We all do, really. Do you want to know exactly how far you're walking — or not — each day, and to know exactly how long you're sleeping — or not? How about your heart rate after all those coffees? Fitbit's latest Alta HR fitness tr...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-08
Now, Fitbit has released the newest Fitbit Alta HR that offers more features with the same traits that we all love about the original Fitbit Alta.Fitbit Alta HR packaging includes an activity band, the Fitbit Alta HR activity tracker and a charging dock i...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-05
Incredibly small and lightweight form factor, Doesn't cause fatigue after being worn for extended periods, Week-long battery life, Newly updated Fitbit app interface is more user-friendly than ever before, Provides insightful and detailed sleep metrics, C...OLED display doesn't show real-time workout stats, No integrated GPS module nor connected GPS, Not waterproof
When Fitbit debuted its dainty Alta fitness tracker early last year, most people (us included) were a little disappointed by the fact that it didn't have a heart rate monitor. It was a glaring omission, especially once you realize that the majority of its...
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