Fitbit Charge 2 vs Fitbit Charge HR specs, features, price: Charge 2 reigns supreme with Multi-Sport modes, Cardio Fitness Level, Guided Breathing

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#FitbitCharge2 #FitbitChrageHRFitbit Charge 2 vs Fitbit Charge HR specs, features, price: Charge 2 reigns supreme with Multi-Sport modes, Cardio Fitness Level, Guided Breathing : The battle of tech wearables that can help consumers live healthier lifestyles continues, with the face-off of the Fitbit Charge 2 and Fitbit Charge HR when it comes to specifications, features and best value for money.

According to the company’s official website, Fitbit Charge 2 is their current No. 1 selling tracker. Its standout features include PurePulse Heart Rate which tracks continuously during workouts without the need of uncomfortable chest straps; Multi-Sport modes and Connected GPS; Call, Text and Calendar Alerts, Cardio Fitness Level and Guided Breathing Sessions.

These are in addition to the essential elements such as All-Day Activity Tracking for steps, distance, calories burned, floor climbed and active minutes; reminders to move at least 250 steps every hour; automatic sleep tracking that shows how long and well the user sleeps to create a better routine; even a silent alarm using vibration to start the day peacefully.

Moreover, Charge 2 is equipped with large 1.5-inch OLED screen that can be tapped for easier navigation, with interchangeable accessory bands and a long battery life that can reportedly last up to five days. There is also a personalized cardio fitness program that gives a better understanding of one’s health level and how they can improve it over time.

On the other hand, the Fitbit Charge HR has a slightly smaller screen and just enough space to display information one at a time. The band is the same as the Charge 2 as it measures 21 mm across and the length sized at small, medium or large. It is also splash-resistant but cannot be customized and swapped with other designs.

Notably, the Charge HR does not have the new features such as Multi-Sport modes, Cardio Fitness Level and Guided Breathing. It also does not deliver smartphone notifications aside from caller IDs.

For the price, Charge 2 costs around $149.99 while Charge HR is only cheaper by around $20. The newer model is even discounted for only $129 during the upcoming Black Friday sales. In the comparison of the two, Charge 2 is far more superior than Charge HR and with only a slight difference in price. Source: Vinereport