Fitbit Charge HR (Large) £74 at Tesco free c&c
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Fitbit Charge HR (Large) £74 at Tesco free c&c

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Found 1st Apr 2016
Seems a fairly great price, I think it's gone down to £69 before, but this is the cheapest I can find it currently.

I'm sure there's probably some Tesco clubcard tricks to be had here too, there usually is?
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Ive been looking at buying one of these all day. I dont need one. Must resist the urge!!
Good price, they are going for far more on Ebay.
Love mine! Well worth this price
I wish they would reduce the small one too
Need amazon to price match as got vouchers to use !
Got a large for sale on here
Great deal. This thing has changed my life. GET ONE!
they fall apart after a few months
immynjoesmum

they fall apart after a few months


Nonsense.
2 year guarantee, so hope you got yours replaced if it fell apart....
They're a great job. I just wanted one to see how many steps I made on night shift and was staggered to see between 11pm-7am I walked approximately 20,000 steps, like WTF?:|

Product Weight 208.0 Pound



No wonder you'll be fit carrying 94KG on your wrist all day.
I tried the fitbit app on my phone, came up with some really weird stats. Although the steps taken more or less matched another app I have it said I had walked nearly twice as far.

I think these trackers are more accurate though.
You have to take the fitness breakdown stats with a pinch of salt, they can produce very off readings so if you are looking for a proper fitness tracker, this is probably not going to suit your needs. Bought the new Alta which is "nicer" looking but does not have the HR... It gives you a nudge by vibrating your wrist if you haven't done 250 steps, every 2 hours which is a great motivational reminder.
Edited by: "joedb" 1st Apr 2016
*cobra*

They're a great job. I just wanted one to see how many steps I made on … They're a great job. I just wanted one to see how many steps I made on night shift and was staggered to see between 11pm-7am I walked approximately 20,000 steps, like WTF?:|


maybe you're a sleepwalker :P
Edited by: "tince666" 1st Apr 2016
Yeah better check out the lawsuit against them for being innacurate. Wait for cloudtag to be released, 99% accurate based on medical ecg equipment theverge.com/201…ing
Better Google the lawsuit against them for being innacurate, better wait for cloudtag to be released as they are 99% accurate based on medical ecg equipment
Bought one in the Black Friday sales. 2 weeks ago it died and wouldn't charge. Contacted live chat for support and they sent me a brand new one out. Top service!
joedb

You have to take the fitness breakdown stats with a pinch of salt, they … You have to take the fitness breakdown stats with a pinch of salt, they can produce very off readings so if you are looking for a proper fitness tracker, this is probably not going to suit your needs. Bought the new Alta which is "nicer" looking but does not have the HR... It gives you a nudge by vibrating your wrist if you haven't done 250 steps, every 2 hours which is a great motivational reminder.



I read the same on a recent review which kinda put me off buying one. What's the point of it if the data is inaccurate!!!?
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Out of stock online :-( gutted!
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Edited by: "zangetsu19" 1st Apr 2016
Amazing. Buy one. High recommended.
joedb

You have to take the fitness breakdown stats with a pinch of salt, they … You have to take the fitness breakdown stats with a pinch of salt, they can produce very off readings so if you are looking for a proper fitness tracker, this is probably not going to suit your needs. Bought the new Alta which is "nicer" looking but does not have the HR... It gives you a nudge by vibrating your wrist if you haven't done 250 steps, every 2 hours which is a great motivational reminder.



Can you turn that motivational reminder off? It would be no use to me as there are times when I am stuck at work for 4 hours at a stretch and can't even do 25 steps in that time.
joedb

You have to take the fitness breakdown stats with a pinch of salt, they … You have to take the fitness breakdown stats with a pinch of salt, they can produce very off readings so if you are looking for a proper fitness tracker, this is probably not going to suit your needs. Bought the new Alta which is "nicer" looking but does not have the HR... It gives you a nudge by vibrating your wrist if you haven't done 250 steps, every 2 hours which is a great motivational reminder.



Thanks for suggesting an Alta-native
Try wearing one of these or the vivosmart on the underground and see how many steps you take lol
eklynne

Nonsense.



Actually true! After about 4 months the plastic strap starts pulling away from the main module, Had mine replaced twice now, at least the customer service is fast.
eklynne

Great deal. This thing has changed my life. GET ONE!



​Perhaps a little overstated. it's a gadget. it might have focused/motivated you more but would like to think it was you not a gager that's changed your life
M0rg0th

Actually true! After about 4 months the plastic strap starts pulling away … Actually true! After about 4 months the plastic strap starts pulling away from the main module, Had mine replaced twice now, at least the customer service is fast.



​Happened to me as well, these things aren't built to last.
Yes they do replace them but who wants a replacement with the same design fault?
Just get a xiaomi mi band. Just as good, far far cheaper
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