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  • Barely acceptable
    9 months ago
    Good:
    Good battery life. Pulse works well.

    Mediocre:
    Steps count too little too much. A little bug in the app.

    Badly:
    What's really bad is the bracelet. Broken after almost a year. Never had a watch with such a small bracelet.
  • Perfect
    10 months ago
    Full pot, for the price you get a lot for the money, heart rate and tracking of all kinds of training, notifications from the phone (if you wish) and cruel battery life of just over a week. Fitbit's app is really good, drops clockwise against iPhone.

    If you want to record something negative, I think the automatic screen will not be as dimmed at night as I would have liked, but you can set it manually as well.
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Very good! Paying with a clock goes incredibly well, not having to bring coins or cards. Having 2 ribbons to choose from in the box is nice.
    Had it been cool if Spotify would become a feature at this time. But it probably doesn't happen because now comes Fitbit charge 4 as well, and one of its features is Spotify. But whatever one of the best watches!
  • Decent
    1 year ago
    For the price, the product is expected to be more polished than it actually is. Sink problems, battery malfunction, locks uncertain step results. After a little more than 1 year with the product, I can not recommend it over much cheaper activity bracelet. But if you want fitbit's analysis of sleep etc. then maybe they are ahead of the competitors. Otherwise, they seem to pay a fairly large sum for the name.
  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Measures the pulse around the clock.
    Swims and showers with it on.
    Silent alarm that wakes me in the morning.
    Good app with.
    The battery lasts for two weeks!
    I switched off constant sync with my cellphone and sync manually from my cellphone once or several times a day. Save battery on your mobile and Fit bit.
    Very pleased.
    EDIT: lowers the grade from 10 as it usually takes several attempts to get it synced manually from the app. Maybe I'm impatient, but it takes too long for me. However, I still drive like this because the battery life will be two weeks. One morning I could not light the display, had to reset with the charger, then everything worked as usual again.
  • Very Poor
    1 year ago
    Have had my Charge 3 for approx. 6 months and it worked really well until September 2019. The last 5-6 weeks so the connected gps functionality does not work at all. Measures completely wrong distance and pace is> 60 sec wrong when running.

    Read their forum before you buy. Doubtful if they continue their investment in hardware now when to buy ah Google oxh support is under all criticism.

    Focus on another brand instead.
  • Poor
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Have had charge 1 and charge 2 previously. Wanted a waterproof that could measure swimming pool lengths. It works half well. You have to swim the entire length with the same swimming method. If you switch from crawl to breaststroke and then to backstroke, it counts as three lengths. If you train leg kick with simplatta it will be zero lengths. In addition, heart rate measurement in the water does not work. The interaction with the phone's gps is much worse with charge 3 compared to charge 2. Automatic step-length adjustment still does not work. Lower start / stop handling than charge 2. Has returned to charge 2.
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Switch from Charge 2 to this one. Works clockwise!

    Thanks to Charge 2 and the recommendation to go 10,000 steps a day, I have a new lifestyle. I go every day! An extra walk here and an extra there. Wonderfully! Have done it now for about 1.5 years.

    The pedometer has high precision. Certainly one can get a few extra steps suddenly when sitting on the train or in the car (only a few), and in the other way it can miss small steps eg in the kitchen. But what does it do? Those who write that it counts too much, have you really read the instruction that the clock must be synchronized with GPS via telephone first in a number of activities so that it should calculate your exact step length?

    Good battery, neat size, easy to change to any cheap bracelet that can be ordered anywhere on the internet.

    Really have nothing to object to, I love it!
  • Decent
    2 years ago
    The bracelet is crap, broken after 9 months. Party repair, out of warranty, disappointed.
  • Barely acceptable
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Unfortunately no good product.
    - The steps count crazy
    - Shows the pulse completely crazy
    - The display barely shows a bright sunny day outdoors
    + Good battery life
    + Waterproof
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Very good!
  • Terrible
    2 years ago
    Had great expectations but was very disappointed. Has got an expensive heart rate monitor, neither more nor less. The pedometer is a big joke!
  • Very Poor
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Have had it for about 2 months:

    - The pedometer is not even close by. Guess that it shows double the amount of steps toward reality (I have compared to Google Fit (the app) and my Garmin Fenix 3).
    - The screen goes out very quickly when you want to look at something. I often can't see what it says.
    - The charger is half-bent to put in place
    - Little say and so when / if the screen lights up when you want to see something on it.
    - The touch screen is not good / responsive.
    - The screen sometimes hangs and does not want to light (even at 100% battery). Then you have to restart it with the charger cable in (ie you have to carry the cable or wait until you get home).

    + Battery life is ok (not good).
    + It's easy
    + Sitting ok on the arm.
    + Waterproof
    + The hours / timing I use every time I train at the gym to keep track of how long I rest between the sets.

    Can't recommend anyone to buy this one. Money in the lake.
  • Good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Having both Charge HR and Charge 2, this band thinks is in the right direction. Also feels more comfortable on the arm than previous models. Do not understand what previous person is saying that it records steps in a box, not noticed it. If you go out with the box or shake it, it will be a step. :) Rather, seeing a trend that it registers slightly less steps than charge 2, hopes it's not HW error on my device.

    + Better unit on the arm and finally waterproof.
    + New Touch Screen, which allows more information to feel fresh.
    + Very good that you can choose which apps to send notifications yourself.

    -You can control a lot, but you cannot, for example, sort the order or remove the state I do not want (like that meaningless water registration).
    -They today offer download of about as many clock views (as charge 2 has), but there are far too many strange models with numbers oblique and 3D. (Come on, not further, maybe maybe ..?) Missing more classic stylish clock views that show, digital time, date, steps (in numbers) and heartbeat at the same time. Hope they will download more soon.
  • Terrible
    2 years ago
    The pedometer counts quite crazy. It counts a step even. when they are in a box. This is a well-known problem, but Fitbit does not do anything about it. Too bad for everything else is good, but an activity bracelet that fails to track activity correctly is just untrue.