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FitBit Charge 2 hr monitor fitness band £113.00 @ Amazon

£113.00 @ Amazon
Pureplus heart rate: Continuous, automatic, wrist-based heart rate tracking without an uncomfortable chest strap All-day activity tracking: Track steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, act… Read More
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Pureplus heart rate: Continuous, automatic, wrist-based heart rate tracking without an uncomfortable chest strap
All-day activity tracking: Track steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes and hourly activity
Auto sleep tracking: automatically track how long and how well you sleep and set a silent vibrating alarm
Auto exercise recognition: SmartTrack automatically recognises select exercises (running, biking and more) and records them for you in the Fitbit app
Connected GPS: Connect Charge 2 with the GPS on your phone to see real-time stats like pace and distance on display and record a map of your route
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#1
I think Salisbury are selling these out cheap
#2
All mainstream optical heart rate sensors are not great compared to the polar/Garmin chest strap sensors Mio the best the likes of Microsoft, Fitbit, Apple etc not great if you are serious about heart rate tracking ... if you just use it as part of the sleep tracking algorithm then optical accuracy is fine and a far more practical solution than a chest strap
#3
I have heard that the Charge 2 had issues with recording steps/distances...some of the reviews were showing it way off. This may have been fixed with a software update but for an expensive activity tracker to fail on its primary usage is pretty **** poor!
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Krinkle
I have heard that the Charge 2 had issues with recording steps/distances...some of the reviews were showing it way off. This may have been fixed with a software update but for an expensive activity tracker to fail on its primary usage is pretty **** poor!
To be honest, this encourages people, i.e. me, to get off their 4rses and do something. The heart rate monitor is crap, and it was crap on the charge hr before it too. Anything over moderate exercise and it wont record correctly. I use this mainly to count steps, and get notifications from my phone. I don't really care if it records 10000 steps, and I've only done 9500.
#5
finnmaccool
Krinkle
I have heard that the Charge 2 had issues with recording steps/distances...some of the reviews were showing it way off. This may have been fixed with a software update but for an expensive activity tracker to fail on its primary usage is pretty **** poor!
To be honest, this encourages people, i.e. me, to get off their 4rses and do something. The heart rate monitor is crap, and it was crap on the charge hr before it too. Anything over moderate exercise and it wont record correctly. I use this mainly to count steps, and get notifications from my phone. I don't really care if it records 10000 steps, and I've only done 9500.

That's your choice of course and, as you say, at least it gets people off their butts which can only be a good thing. But, as the makers have admitted there is a bug that means it records incorrect steps...and it costs over £100...and I've had an Omron stepometer for a few years that is far more accurate and cost far, far less, I find this product unacceptable. Now, if there is a confirmed fix that solves this problem then it's all good...but still a bit pricey for what it is! ;)
#6
I love mine and I'm very happy with it.
#7
Price went up
#8
LOVE mine too, much better than that xaomi crud I bought before. DOES everything and thre app is spot on. Tested it with the gym heart rate monitor and it was spot on.

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