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0C195DR52N3553 Fitbit charge 4 fitness and hobby tracker with built-in gps, coronary heart price, sleep & swim tracking, black/black, one length (s &l bands blanketed)

(5 customer reviews)

$129.27$133.13

  • use integrated gps to look your pace and distance on display for the duration of outdoor runs, rides, hikes and greater and spot a workout intensity map in the app that suggests your heart fee modifications alongside your course
  • with active region mins, sense a buzz while you attain your target heart fee zones throughout exercising, and have a good time when you earn greater minutes outside of exercising
  • get a 90-day unfastened trial of the fitbit premium that will help you live lively, sleep nicely and manipulate stress. Liberate it all within the fitbit app. (legitimate payment method required. Cancel earlier than loose trial ends to avoid subscription prices. Offer valid for brand spanking new top rate customers only)
  • use 24/7 heart charge to music resting coronary heart charge & better measure calorie burn. Syncing to mobile devices calls for bluetooth le and net connection. Syncs with mac os x 12. 2 and up, iphone 5s and later, ipad 5 gen. And later, android 7. Zero and later
  • see your spo2 nightly common and variety on wrist, and think about traits during the last week within the fitbit app (spo2 isn’t to be had in all markets. The spo2 feature isn’t always supposed to diagnose or deal with any clinical situation or for any other scientific cause)
  • track your pores and skin temperature each night to see how it varies from your non-public baseline (now not to be had in all markets. Handiest available in the fitbit app and best presentations variant. No longer intended for medical functions)
  • song workout routines in real-time with 20+ purpose-primarily based exercising modes. It’s additionally swimproof and water proof against 50 meters, so you can song swims, put on in the bathe and extra
  • multi-day battery lasts as much as 7 days and as much as 5 hours while the use of integrated gps (varies with use & different elements). Music sleep stages & review your in-app sleep rating for an easy manner to see how properly you slept
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from the manufacturer

evaluate other watches

pastime tracking

call & textual content alerts

24/7 coronary heart fee

swimproof up to 50m

7 days

battery lifestyles (as much as)

7 days

built-in

gps

with smartphone

energetic zone mins

pastime monitoring

name & textual content indicators

24/7 heart rate

swimproof as much as 50m

7 days

battery lifestyles (up to)

5 days

integrated

gps

with smartphone

energetic sector minutes

product description

with fitbit charge 4, there’s no limit to how far you can go. This glossy, swimproof tracker is full of functions that assist you already know your exercises and your body higher like integrated gps, lively sector minutes, sp02, workout modes and sleep monitoring. Plus, with fitbit pay and as much as 7-day battery life, you get more comfort on the move and more idea to attain your health goals.

edition

Regular, Special Edition

color_name

Black/Black, Black/Granite Reflective, Rosewood/Rosewood

5 reviews for 0C195DR52N3553 Fitbit charge 4 fitness and hobby tracker with built-in gps, coronary heart price, sleep & swim tracking, black/black, one length (s &l bands blanketed)

  1. Kat Moore

    Got this after my charge 2 died and wow is it and upgrade I really love it so far! Fair warning though on some things I didn’t realize: you need Spotify premium to use any of the Spotify features at all which was kind of a bummer. And according to their website if you use the GPS feature the Fitbit battery only lasts 5 hours. So you have to be careful to turn GPS only on and off when you need it when you’re exercising and not just leave it on to auto recognize which is a little annoying but not a huge deal. Also a few features require that you allow them to run in the background for them to “work properly” I don’t like to have things do that to try and preserve my phone battery so I turned off those permissions but left the others on and so far I haven’t had any other problems because my Fitbit still syncs throughout the day and I think can still get data that way. My boyfriend loves the sleep mode feature that turns off notifications and screen wake so when I toss and turn at night I don’t accidentally blind him with my watch screen if it goes off.Read more

  2. Andrew G.

    I won’t be like everyone who gives a bad review because they clearly got a dud (or user-error as it often is). I’ll give it an honest assessment.The app is amazing, that goes without saying. The quality of the band is nice, but it’s a bit hefty, made bulkier by the textured diamond pattern in the band. The clasp is a bit cumbersome as well, and feels a bit like cheap plastic. I’ll reserve my judgments on that until it breaks. Doesn’t inspire confidence though.The watch itself seems to be very accurate, it’s comfortable, and has some nice options. The pressure button on the side is a little hard to press, I wish you could change the settings for the sensitivity. When pressing, it requires you to stabilize the other side with your thumb or else you’ll just push the watch causing it to slide toward your hand. The UI on the app is clean and simple, although I wish it allowed to customization. I don’t need all the settings and stats it comes with, and many you cannot remove from the UI. This makes you scroll more than you’ll probably want to to get to the features you like. If we could at least re-order them, that’d allow for quicker navigation.My final note is battery life. FitBit claims 7 days of battery life. Today is Thursday at 8:41pm. I’m at 70%. I gave it a full charge all night Tuesday into Wednesday morning. Within an hour of pulling it off the charger it was down by 5%. At the current rate, it’ll likely be dead by Sunday which is closer to 4 days. Keep in mind, since I charged it fully, I have NOT exercised. It’s quarantine and I’m lazy. I can imagine the battery would only last 2-3 days with moderate to heavy frequent exercise.That’s my review. Don’t got much else to say. It’s a decent watch, but I’d wait for it to go on sale.Read more

  3. Erin

    Fitbit’s App:Let me start by saying, the Fitbit app is unparalleled for sleep, diet and water tracking. I have tried to move away from Fitbit due to my propensity for longer runs, but the features covered in their one app bring me back every time. Simply stated, it presents the most holistic picture you’re going to get of your health inside ONE app as a result of wearing ONE fitness tracker.Charge 4 as an Upgrade (i.e. GPS):Specific to the Charge 4, with a note that *ALL OTHER THINGS ARE EQUAL CALIBER TO THE CHARGE 3*, the GPS (which is really the only major new feature of the Charge 4) is good. The GPS takes seconds (maybe 10 to 20) to connect and then you touch the screen and off you go. I wore the Charge 4 and my Garmin for the first few runs to compare tracking (my garmin is a triathlon model, not a fitness tracker model, & used more for races and longer distance running due to battery life) and the GPS paired fairly well across both units. The Fitbit found its satellites far quicker than Garmin, but seemingly gives extra distance when going around corners. I have one corner I hit on my out and back 3 miles runs and the GPS maps indicate this is where the magic happened, but that being said I would usually hit the 3 mile mark on the Charge 4 around two or three strides ahead of my Garmin. No biggie for the shorter/daily training runs. I would say the Fitbit Charge 4 stops being your optimal choice if 1. You are fine with carrying your phone constantly and therefore do not need GPS or 2. you are going to be out doing your activity for 2.5-3+ hours. That’s where the battery use for GPS expenditure becomes cumbersome. At a moderately paced half marathon, you’re into Garmin/Coros/Suunto/etc.Special Edition or Base:Specific to the Charge 4, the special edition boils down to a unique band, that happens to be absolute junk (with reflective fabric!). The super special band looks a bit awkward with the unit, won’t survive sweat for very long without needing to be washed or soaked, and felt & looked like it didn’t fully connect into the unit at the clip ins and might randomly separate it tugged on the wrong way. (Could have been mine was defective, I don’t know) my recommendation either way- save the $20 bucks, get the basic Charge 4, and if you’re into colored/specialty bands, any band that is marketed for the Charge 3 or 4 will work with the Charge 4. I am currently using the Charge 3 special edition band (white rubber with black clasps) on my charge 4. It works perfectly.Out Of The Box: I had no issues with any part of charging it, pairing it, or the firmware updates needed at launch to bring it to current. No black screens of death either.Battery Life:And the battery does die faster when using GPS, but that actually happens to all fitness trackers not expressly made for GPS monitoring. You can’t have built-in GPS tracking on a unit THIS size, with ALL the fitness tracking features it has, and expect battery to last a full week. With active GPS use for an activity a day plus all day & night wear/fitness tracking, I’d estimate you’ll get 3 to 4 days out of each charge.Read more

  4. Jonathan Arrazola

    I finally received my Fitbit and unfortunately it just has a black screen. I followed all directions, which is charging it and pairing it up to my phone. But as it was paring, the screen just turned black and when my phone tries to finish the set up and asks me for a 4 number pin, I can’t type them in because I can’t see them. I tried a reset by placing the fitbit on a charger, and nothing happened. There is a vibration when I press the button, but nothing more. I really needed this to work by tomorrow and now this happens. It’s a great disappointment.Read more

  5. rebecca

    So just like another review on here … my fitbit will not turn on during the setup … it will slightly vibrate when I press the side button but the screen will not turn on at all. So disappointed … will try more but I think I will be returning it tomorrow 😥🥺 Update!!! I got it working and now it seems to be good … steps are accurate and also the GPS is great. Originally marked it as a 1 star but bumped it up to 3 since it is working well now.Read more

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