Fitbit Charge HR Review

August 8, 2018 | By 346@dmin | Filed in: Uncategorized.

Organized basketball is a sport that requires that demand is perhaps a better term for everyone to fit in physically. I say organized basketball because yes, a group of people can gather and play basketball without any physical form, but when it comes to organized basketball, such as school, the traveling team, the AAU team and most certainly the NBA, the players they must be in good shape.

Physically fit is what I take seriously, even outside basketball. In order to stay on top of my fitness I use Fitbit Charge HR. The Fitbit Charge HR is a fitness wristband that helps you track things like steps, floating floors, distance traveled, and important heart rate.

There are also many different functional features that I will discuss on the list below.


This is what Fitbit is listening to on their products. The band has a censor under the display that rests on its wrist while wearing the band. This is what senses the pulse and precisely determines your heart rate.

Training / Activity Check

This feature is basically expected from all your fitness music you are purchasing. You can track things like the number of steps you climbed, the stairs you climbed, and the calories you burned know the essence of fitness tape. One of my favorite attributes is to keep track of my running runs. Fitbit has a partner application that allows them to view the routes and their distance, and save workouts with detailed statistics.

Caller ID

Now this service does not have much experience as I do not really use it, but I see it useful. If you were in a workout, you can only see who is calling and deciding whether it's important to pause from your workout or if you can only call after training later.

Sleep Check

This can be all of your favorite features. Allows you to track your sleep patterns. This is great to me because sometimes I'm in trouble to get a real good sleep, which can drastically affect the training and fitness goals.


Once again, it's not a feature I often use, at all, but I can see its uses. The alarm uses vibration on the wrist as opposed to the sound, but it is not sure to wake it all the time, so I do not use it.

Wireless Synchronization

I'd say it might be a workout, but the old FuelBand had to be connected with USB style to gather some information that could be painful. Wireless synchronization for Fitbit is very nice.

Source by Clay Taylor-Sanford

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