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Fitbit Charge HR Price by Country
Hong Kong HKD 1,237
Indonesia IDR 1,459,000
Malaysia MYR 449
Philippines PHP 5,707
Singapore SGD 149
Thailand THB 3,890
Vietnam VND 1,721,000

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Reviewed on 2015-11-11
The Fitbit Charge HR looks like a typical fitness tracker with a small rectangular Oled screen and only one side button.The tracking module is built into the wristband, so you cannot swap out the wristband. A stainless steel buckle makes the fitness track...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-11
The Fitbit Charge HR looks like a typical fitness tracker with a small rectangular Oled screen and only one side button. The tracking module is built into the wristband, so you cannot swap out the wristband. A stainless steel buckle makes the fitness tra...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-28
When I reviewed the Fitbit Charge earlier this year, I found it to be a no-frills fitness tracker which monitors your physical activities and sleep patterns quite accurately. But it would have been even more useful if it had a heart-rate monitoring featu...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-04
Still using your Fitbit or thinking to get one? Well, I applaud your for that, as getting one means you have the intention to be more active and perhaps keep track of your fitness. So I got one last June 2016 with a friend who I accompanied to start livin...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-23
Comfortable to wear, Stylish, discreet look, Solid, "fun" fitness trackingThe heartrate monitor adds little, Looking for rigorous accuracy? Look elsewhere, Expensive for what you get
Original review follows below.I've been scratching my head for a while trying to figure out how to review the Fitbit Charge HR. In fact, fitness trackers of this kind, from the Garmin Vivosmart to the Jawbone Up, to the ostensibly more sophisticated lik...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-17
Following our review of the Fitbit Charge HR, we've now taken a closer look at the Fitbit Surge – the most expensive model in the range. We also have reviews of the more recent Fitbit Blaze and Fitbit Alta models. Don't know which Fitbit to buy? Check out...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-19
Simple, clean design, Durable build, Companion app is very easy to use, Accurate step tracking, Entrylevel price point, 5day battery lifeDisplay is easily scratched, Heart rate monitoring could be better, Newer trackers on the market for similar price, Not shower/swim friendly, Uses proprietary charging cable
Fitbit is pretty much the company that comes to mind when talking about activity tracking wearables, and many would say the Charge HR helped give the company the household name it has today. The Fitbit Charge HR has been on the market since January 2015...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-18
You've undoubtedly heard about the fitness measurement craze that's underway. There is little doubt that obesity has become an important issue and that most dieticians believe it's ultimately solved by diet and exercise.For many years it's been difficult...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-01
Good level of customisation you can adjust what statistics the screen shows first or change the style of clock face, Comes with a wireless sync dongle if you prefer to use your PC or laptop over a smartphone or tablet to view your stats and enter your cal...Setup is a bit fiddly, The food database for calories consumed is USbased by default, so you need to head into advanced settings and change it to UK it can scan in barcodes but we found some more popular items like chocolate biscuits weren't listed, The d...
Fitbit is arguabley the most well-known name in the activity tracker market, having been one of the first manufacturers to launch products on the market. Value for money, they certainly are a brand woth considering if you're looking to purchase an activit...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-17
Need an excuse to start an active lifestyle? Then you need to purchase the recently launched attractive activity wristband from Fitbit called Charge that comes with a USB dongle for syncing it to a laptop or PC. The wristband tracks the wearer's activity...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-07
So, to recap, the Fitbit Charge HR is a wrist-based activity tracker, with a built-in OLED display. It’s slim and comfortable enough to be worn relatively unobtrusively all day, comes in a variety of colours, and has an excellent supporting ecosystem.The...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-03
A colorful band of bandsFitness trackers are kind of a huge deal There's an almost bewildering range of options One thing to note though, is that one company already has a huge portion of the mind share It's really common to hear someone, noticing a frien...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-01
Easy to set up, Counts steps accurately, Measures how many floors climbed, Displays all metrics on device, Displays time, Offers detailed activity feedback in Fitbit appHeart rate monitor is less accurate during workouts
If you work out daily, then the multi-featured Fitbit Charge HR is probably your best bet. It works on almost any smartphone (iOS, Android, or Windows) and tracks steps, floors climbed, and heart rate. It can even send you phone call alerts. However, our...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-29
The Fitbit Charge HR even comes in three sizes that include small, large and extra large with the later only available online. For those fashion conscious people, the Charge HR is available in five colours that include black, plum, blue, orange and white...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-26
Heart rate monitor, Simple design with conventional watch buckle, Excellent App, Decent battery lifeNot water proof, No message alerts
Some of the top international wearable makers such as Misfit , Jawbone and Fitbit have recently entered in India. Let us take a look at one of the fitness and activity trackers from the leading wearable and activity tracker maker, Fitbit. Fitbit introduce...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-20
Comfortable and well made, Excellent app and ecosystem, That bit better than the restInaccurate HR tracking, Odd heavier exercise tracking, Quite expensive
Fitness trackers are the big story in wearables to date. Some, like the Microsoft Band add in GPS to track runs and bid to altogether more serious. The Charge HR from market leaders Fitbit, however, is more your classic fitness band - counting steps, trac...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-03
FitBit, the global leader in the wearable space, is finally in India. Wearables have been gaining ground in India thanks to the availability of really affordable activity trackers from companies like Xiaomi, but FitBit will be the first company to launch...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-03
The surge of fitness wearables arriving in India continues with American firm Fitbit being the latest to arrive. Fitbit has brought its entire range of fitness wearables to India. Two of these, the Fitbit Surge and Fitbit Charge HR, are meant for fitness...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-03
When it comes to activity trackers, Fitbit is easily one of the most well-known brands in the space. Recently we reviewed the Fitbit Surge which is Fitbit's GPS Watch. Think of it like a fitness/activity tracker with smartwatch like tendencies. It's got a...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-02
Heart-rate monitor, Great design, Decent battery life, Fantastic app,No shake/motion sensor, No buit-in GPS, No text alerts, Key Features, Optical heart-rate monitor, 3-axis accelerometer, Altimeter, Vibration monitor, OLED display, Fitbit companion app on iTunes and Google Play, Price Rs 12,999
Yes, the wearable category is buzzing and even for the uninitiated it's not tough to spot the clear division in this category. There are smartwatches still struggling to get their act together with sub-par battery life and then there are fitness trackers...
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