Fitbit’s on a roll this year, and we has already seen the release of both the Alta and Blaze. Now the company’s offering up sequels to classic models with the Charge 2 and Flex 2. The Charge 2 is priced at $150. Making it more expensive than the Fitbit Alta but cheaper than the Fitbit Blaze and just about the same price as the old Charges when they first launched.
Fitbit Charge 2 Fitness Tracker Design:
The Fitbit Charge 2 retains a very Fitbit-esque look. Taking cues from its predecessor, as well as the Fitbit Alta and a little from Surge. It is actually much sleeker than the others, with a larger black and white OLED screen that is four times bigger than on the old Charge devices. It is also more fashionable looking with a polished silver body that’s similar to the Alta’s.
Fitbit Charge 2 Fitness Tracker Features:
The Charge 2 tracks a wider array of health metrics, brings more customization options, and features a roomier display. The Charge 2 also includes two completely new software features meant to help you to capture a more vivid picture of your overall health. A Relax function guides wearers through controlled breathing exercises. Meanwhile, a metric called Cardio Fitness Level issues users a rating based on their resting heart rate and info in their profile that compares their fitness against other people of the same gender and age range.
The Charge 2 is also equipped with SmartTrack that automatically recognises running, biking and more. Sleep is also auto detected along with the floors climbed, active minutes and hourly activity.
Fitbit Charge 2 Fitness Tracker Price:
Wearing it for more than just fitness is definitely an opt. And the band can be switched out for the nicer materials if you feel so inclined. The $29.95 Classic band comes in black, plum, teal and blue. And there are special editions including black with gunmetal body, or rose gold and lavender. Which are pricier at $179.95. Like the Alta, the Fitbit Charge 2 will also get Luxe leather accessory band opt, in blush pink, brown and indigo, which cost $69.95.