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Fitbit Charge 3 Review

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Fitbit Charge 3 Review

Fitbit Charge 3 – Introduction

In terms of hardware, the $150 Fitbit Charge 3 is a substantial upgrade from its predecessor. The design is not radically different, but a larger screen with a touch screen that reacts instantly to sweeps and tapping is a vast improvement. The new group is swimming-resistant and offers a new swim training mode, which makes it more useful for fans of various exercises. But this is not the essential feature.

Fitbit’s sleep efforts make the Charge 3, equipped with a SpO2 sensor that could potentially be used to a diagnose sleep apnea, more exciting than other affordable fitness trackers on the market. Remotely, Charge $149.99 resembles Charge 2; This is not quite the same radical overhaul between Charge HR and Charge 2. But look more closely, you’ll find that Fitbit has done some serious work on Charge 3. It’s a lot less compact and flatter than the previous generation, a subtly curved display, and slightly tapered sides compared to Charge 2, more rectangular.

Fitbit Charge 3 – Design & Display

Fitbit Charge 3 Review

The Fitbit Charge 3 has the same screen and strip design as its predecessor, the Fitbit Charge 2, but the design of tracker has been refined and slightly modified. First, the Fitbit Charge 3 is thinner, so it looks a little less squat on the wrist. It is also much lighter because it is made of aluminum instead of stainless steel, dressed in the body of Fitbit Charge 2. The new device is 20% lighter, and you can feel the difference.

As a result, it seems a lot more comfortable. One thing to note is that there are no buttons that can be pressed on the Charge 3. This is because this one has a full touchscreen rather than the cycle screen than we saw on the Charge 2, which means that your browsing on his features with your finger on the display.

The most significant difference between Charge 3, however, is the screen, which is 40% larger than the Charge 2 display. It is still in black and white, but it also offers a slight increase in resolution, as well as a good touch screen, as we mentioned before.

Fitbit Charge 3 – Sensors 

Fitbit Charge 3 Review

Like Fitbit’s Versa and Ionic Smart Watches, Charge 3 features a SpO2 sensor to measure oxygen levels in the blood. With this information, Fitbit can tell if you’re having trouble breathing while you sleep. Or it will be soon. In November, Fitbit opens a beta Sleep Score program for Fitbit qualified users who will use Charge 3 SpO2 and Heart Rate sensors to assess your sleep quality and rate it out of 100.

Fitbit could also use the SpO2 sensor to diagnosing sleep apnea. With permission from the US Food and Drug Administration, although it is unclear how far the Fitbit process is going. Apple has just received FDA clearance for two features of the Apple Watch: an application for the electrocardiogram using the Series 4 electrical heart rate sensor to diagnose atrial fibrillation or an irregular heartbeat. The other is a watchOS function, which is not exclusive to Series 4, which alerts users if they encounter five irregular heartbeats.

Fitbit Charge 3 – Battery 

Fitbit Charge 3 Review

The battery life is generally at the heart of Fitbit’s concerns, and Charge 3 offers up to a week of fitness monitoring and notifications for a fee. After three days and three workouts, the group was still at 68%. It’s impressive because I also used the group to check notifications, weather, and play with the settings with automatic brightness. Fitbit is making compromises to extend battery life, but for many people, a battery week would be a great reason to buy this group.

Fitbit Charge 3 – Features

In our experience, all fitness tracking features worked very well, which we expect from Fitbit over the years. As with its predecessor, Charge 3 automatically follows your exercise, so you will not have to start sessions manually. If you start, for example, it will detect it and start monitoring.

It also lets you start and pause a workout without ending a session. However, one of the drawbacks is that there is no dedicated GPS on this tracker. It’s a shame, especially for runners, and even more so given the cheaper products on the market, able to track your position without your phone.

Nevertheless, Charge 3 has a connected GPS. Therefore, it will work at least with your phone’s GPS to track the distance traveled. Thus, you can always keep an eye on your meter, and you have to take your phone to run with you.

Fitbit Charge 3 – Should I Buy It?

If you’re looking for an activity monitor and consider yourself a moderate coach (about twice a week), then the Charge 3 is by far one for the Best choices you can buy. However, Fitbit offers a wide range of portable devices for different types of people. We suggest you do some research. For example, if you do not need swim tracking, you may want to opt for the Fitbit Alta HR.

Fitbit Charge 3 – Conclusion

The new Charge 3 comes with a sleek and new design that is stylish and hard to miss. Combine it with the right bracelet – it comes in many colors – and you’ll be sure to watch your watch for its design. In addition to being waterproof and comfortable to wear, Fitness Charge 3 features automatic exercise tracking, making it a little easier to use and more fun.

And sleep monitoring is a welcome benefit, especially considering that this is a feature that allows fitness followers to a reasonable budget. I would have liked to see a colorful screen, but it would have reduced its battery, and I’d have liked to see the GPS, which would have been another battery. But these features are helpful and not essential. Essentially, as an excellent complete follow-up of the form, Charge three works very well.

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