Review of the Fitbit Charge HR With Fibit App. The Fitbit is a slim wristband that has a bright, single line monochrome OLED display. The basic, easy to read design is what gives the device such a slim profile.


The Fitbit HR comes with number of useful features like a clock with various face options and an alarm. It vibrates gently to let you know you have a call on your smartphone.

You can quickly cycle through the options to view your step count, your heart rate, how many calories you’ve burned, how far you’ve travelled and even how many floors you’ve climbed. The fitbit app lets you skip or change the order of what gets displayed on the wristband.

You have three options to view your activity levels: on the watch, by plugging a dongle into your computer or you can have it sync directly to your phone using the Fitbit app.


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The Fitbit HR has an accurate heart monitor that works by using two low intensity LEDs that pulse constantly on your wrist to detect changes in your blood volume as it moves through your veins. Battery life on the Fitbit Charge HR is excellent at about 5 to 6 days. The included USB charger can plug into your computer, an outlet or your car.

If you’re the kind of person that likes to track calories, you’ll be in Fitbit heaven. You can track the total amount of calories you burn in a day or during a workout. I personally don’t worry about or count calories, but some people can’t help themselves and this could be for you if you are that person.

My niece has a Fitbit Charge HR With Fibit App and she says she can’t imagine being without it. If nothing else, it will make you look like a fitness buff and it’s a great conversation piece.