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Fitbit Charge 2 Wristband activity tracker OLED Wireless Blue

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Long product name Fitbit Charge 2 Wristband activity tracker OLED Wireless Blue :
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Charge 2, OLED, Bluetooth 4.0, LiPo, Size S, Blue / Stainless Steel
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Fitbit Charge 2, Wristband activity tracker, Blue, Stainless steel, Blue, Elastomer, S
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Fitbit Charge 2. Device type: Wristband activity tracker, Color of product: Blue, Housing material: Stainless steel. Display type: OLED. Memory capacity: 7 days. Connectivity technology: Wireless. Battery life: 5 days, Battery technology: Lithium Polymer (LiPo), Charging time: 2 h

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2017-09-04
Testseek has collected 121 expert reviews for Fitbit Charge 2 Wristband activity tracker OLED Wireless Blue and the average expert rating is 83 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
83%
Source Review comments Score
macworld.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
Fitbit owns the activity tracker market, but its most popular fitness band was in need of a reboot. The Fitbit Charge HR has everything you could want in an inexpensive fitness tracker, but its tiny display was outdated and its features were in need of an...
Good Large touchscreen OLED display, Versatile, interchangeable accessory bands, Improved, higher-quality design...
Bad Bulky for small-wristed folks, Awkward side-scrolling notifications on a vertical screen...
90%
engadget.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
Fitbit's 2-year-old Charge HR has been in dire need of an upgrade, and thankfully, the company has finally refreshed its lineup. The new Charge 2 boasts better exercise tracking, more informative stats, GPS capability and a larger screen for the same pric...
Good Bigger display, Long-lasting battery, Continuous heart rate tracking, Automatic workout detection...
Bad Unwieldy guided breathing implementation, Bland design...
Bottom line The Fitbit Charge 2 brings some much-needed updates to the popular Charge HR. It can now track your distance by tapping your phone's GPS for more accurate pace info and will automatically detect that you're working out after 15 minutes. It also has ne...
83%
androidauthority.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
Fitbit has gained massive success in the fitness tracking and wearable communities by offering quality products at affordable price points, and perhaps that's why the Fitbit Charge HR was so successful. With a long-lasting battery, accurate activity track...
Good Sleek, modern design, 4- to 5-day battery life, Accurate step and sleep tracking, Affordable, Companion app is intuitive, Bigger display is a welcome addition...
Bad Not waterproof, Heart rate monitor struggles with high intensity workouts, Interchangeable bands are pricey...
Bottom line The Fitbit Charge 2 is one of the best fitness trackers in the $100-$200 price range. Despite the lack of proper waterproofing and slightly inaccurate heart rate monitor, the Charge 2's improved design, bigger screen and accurate activity tracking make fo...
83%
tomsguide.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
After the somewhat lackluster launch of the Alta and Blaze, Fitbit is returning to its two most popular fitness trackers, the Charge and the Flex, and giving them a long-awaited overhaul. The more expensive of the two, the Charge 2 ($149) features a new d...
Good Interchangeable ban, Accurate heart rate monito, Great ap, Good battery life...
Bad Not swim resistan, Hard to see display in sunlight...
Bottom line It's hard to say that a company is in trouble when it owns 70 percent of the entire wearables market, but many — including myself — were wondering if Fitbit had lost its mojo. There's nothing hugely revolutionary about the Charge 2, but its new features...
80%
tomsguide.com
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2017-09-04
Fitbit has really stepped up its packaging design for the new Charge 2. When you open the box everything is nicely in its place and there is no more fighting with the plastic to get the device out. The new Charge is much more stylish than its predecessor...
Good Michael A. Prospero is the reviews editor at Laptop Mag and Tom’s Guide. When he’s not testing out the latest running watc, skiing or training for a maratho, he’s probably using the latest kitchen gadget.
80%
recombu.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
Fitbit Charge 2 Review: We test Fitbit's latest fitness tracker, the Fitbit Charge 2, which updates the original Charge wearable with a bigger screen, customisable wristbands and some extra functionality including a heart rate sensor.Fitbit is one of the...
Good Large display, Heart rate sensor, Feature-packed app...
Bad Accuracy issues, Mocks your lazy ways...
Bottom line The Charge 2 is, like a lot of fitness trackers, a perfectly decent way of casually monitoring your daily activities. That good-sized display means you can quickly and easily check out your vitals without having to pull out your mobile, while the well-des...
80%
goodhousekeeping.com
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2017-09-04
The Fitbit Charge 2 builds on the success of the Charge HR — the best selling fitness tracker in 2015, according to The NPD Group – with a new sleek design and innovative features.The Charge 2 has a large OLED touchscreen that's four times bigger than the...
Good Continuous heart rate monitoring, Automatic exercise recognition, Use phone's GPS to record your running/cycling route, Guided breathing sessions to help you relax, Reminders to move when you have been inactive, Can compare your fitness to people like you...
Bad Not fully waterproof...
Bottom line The Charge 2 is perfect for the anyone, from the avid fitness guru to someone who is looking to improve their health and fitness, and at $149.95 we think it comes at a great price. If Fitbit continue to make products like this then we don't see them givi...
70%
venturebeat.com
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2017-09-04
Six weeks ago, Fitbit unveiled the Charge 2 fitness band at a media event in New York — complete with synchronized swimmers and volleyballer Gabrielle Reece. And every day since, I've woken up, strapped the rubber tracker to my wrist, and struggled to fig...
0%
theverge.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
Activity trackers should be accurate trackersPeople really love their Fitbits. This is evidenced by sales numbers alone: Fitbit sells more activity trackers than anyone else. Anecdotally, Fitbits abound: walk through any airport, hike any trail, jog throu...
Good Bigger display, Multisport mode, Intuitive app, Week-long battery life...
Bad Inaccurate distance tracking, No pause function, Not waterproof...
Bottom line More times than not, the Verge score is based on the average of the subscores below. However, since this is a non-weighted average, we reserve the right to tweak the overall score if we feel it doesn't reflect our overall assessment and price of the produ...
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gizmodo.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
Fitbit is quickly becoming the Xerox or Kleenex of fitness trackers, but its popularity hasnt come without a few hurdles. With the Fitbit Charge 2, we finally get a device thats polished enough to justify the hype.AdvertisementWhen the Fitbit Charge and...
0%
macworld.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
With notifications, deep breathing, sleep tracking, and heart rate monitoring, the Charge 2 has everything you could want in a tracker...
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macworld.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
The top three reasons why Charge 2 is Fitbit's best activity tracker yet...
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arstechnica.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
After trying something new with the Blaze pseudo-smartwatch , Fitbit's most recent endeavor is an upgrade to one of its most popular devices. The Charge 2 has already booted the Charge HR from Fitbit's website, and rightly so since it's essentially a refi...
Good Larger display shows more information so you don't have to open the app as often, Interchangeable bands let the more fashion-conscious among us switch things up, Accurate SmartTrack auto-monitoring of exercises...
Bad Only supports connected GPS, so keep your phone with you if you need maps, Cardio fitness score is only an estimate of VO2 max and is arguably limited in its usefulness, Smartphone notifications are limited compared to other similarly priced devices...
0%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
The Charge 2 ($149.95), coming out in September, is the most promising new fitness tracker we've seen from Fitbit in some time. It automatically tracks your calories burned, distance traveled, heart rate, steps, and sleep, and it can help you return your...
Good Large display, Built-in continuous heart rate monitor, Automatically tracks activities, calories, distance, steps, stairs, and sleep, Delivers idle alerts, Relax mode leads breathing exercises, Interchangeable bands...
Bad Faint screen, Attracts fingerprints, Not waterproof...
Bottom line The Fitbit Charge 2 does everything the Fitbit Charge HR can, along with new idle alerts, automatic activity tracking, guided breathing sessions, interchangeable bands, and the option to connect your phone for GPS...
0%
consumersearch.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
Expert reviews...
Good Tracks steps, calories burned, heart rate, sleep and workouts, Guided breathing sessions, Call, text and calendar alerts, Reminds wearers to move...
Bad Not water-resistant, Requires smartphone GPS to map routes...
Bottom line The Fitbit Charge 2 does everything anyone could want an activity tracker to do. It tracks your steps, activities, calories burned and heart rate, plus it monitors your sleep quality. The Charge 2 reminds wearers to get up and move throughout the day and...
0%
androidguys.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
With phones and apps getting smarter all of the time, it's easy to track your basic movements and activities. Be it counting steps in Google Fit or heart rate monitoring in a Samsung phone, it's not hard to keep up with your basic health-related tasks. Bu...
Bottom line Battery life, at five days, was great and we appreciate only having to charge it up once or twice in any given week. Speaking of which, we kind of dig the charging mechanism and clamp which hold things in place.There's a lot to be said about the overall a...
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about.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
When it comes to activity trackers, Fitbit reigns supreme. Not only does the brand boast an impressive 24.5% of the wearable market share and enviable name recognition, but it also offers an extensive lineup of devices, with options for beginners who on...
0%
chipchick.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
With there sure to be an uptick in fitness goals in the coming months, the Fitbit Charge 2 is ready to be the ultimate tech stocking stuffer gift or indulgence. We tested the latest Fitbit Charge 2 for over two weeks, capturing, tracking, and noting the t...
Good SmartTrack makes it possible to automatically log workouts, excellent app, swappable bands, continous heart rate monitoring, great battery life of about 5 days, new larger OLED display is easier to read and shows more information...
Bad Sensitivity is a bit on the lower end for this OLED screen, don't sweat the small stuff if the guided breathing sessions aren't helping you relax, not water resistant, Prev2 of 2Next...
0%
geekdad.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
Fitbit has had a winning formula for a few years now Solid app, well-designed software, and having the name recognition most companies would kill for I was in love with the Charge HR, but I really wished I could get a bigger screen with more informationWi...
0%
mashable.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
When it comes to wearables, your choices primarily fall into two buckets: smartwatches that have fitness tracking features and fitness trackers that also have smartwatch-style notifications.Fitbit's new Charge 2 falls squarely in the latter group. It's al...
Good Tracks everything, Excellent battery life, Swappable bands and customizable display...
Bad A little bulky for small wrists, Not waterproof, App can be difficult to navigate...
Bottom line Fitbit Charge 2The GoodTracks everything • Excellent battery life • Swappable bands and customizable displayThe BadA little bulky for small wrists • Not waterproof • App can be difficult to navigateThe Bottom LineFitbit's Charge 2 is the best tracker for...
0%
dcrainmaker.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
I've been wearing the Fitbit Charge 2 for a bit over a month now, comparing it day by day to other watches and wearables. Within this review I'll dive into everything you'd ever want to know about it, from the device usability, to the accuracy, to that of...
Bottom line As with almost all Fitbit products, they tend to be a popular and well rounded offering. And the Charge 2 is mostly in that same vein. The unit includes new sport modes that help you to get better data about your specific activity. Plus, the separable ban...
0%
androidheadlines.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
When it comes to wearables, most people aren't buying smartwatches like many smartphone manufacturers were hoping. Instead it's activity trackers that are making all of the dough, so to speak. And in the world of activity trackers, Fitbit is leading the w...
Bottom line The Fitbit Charge 2 is a pretty big upgrade over the original Charge HR. Not only because of the larger screen, but it's just a better product overall. It's great that Fitbit opted to keep the same design that they used on the Fitbit Alta, although the ba...
0%
androidpolice.com
Updated:
2017-09-04
When I reviewed the Fitbit Blaze a few months ago, one of my main complaints was its bulky design and the identity crisis over what it actually is: a smartwatch, a sports watch, a fitness tracker, or all of the above to a certain extent. That was never a...
Good Svelte design The Charge 2 looks nice on the wrist and doesn't draw attention the way the Fitbit Blaze or Surge do. It's also very comfortable to wear, Removable bands If the Charge 2's band gets torn or old, or if you get bored of the color or material...
Bad Battery life Fitbit seems to have decided that 45 days of battery life is good enough, but other brands are offering much more...
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