Fitbit’s new Charge 2 is a modest refresh that brings much-needed capabilities like a larger screen to the company’s flagship wristband. For those seeking a basic tracker that goes beyond simply measuring steps, the Charge 2 is among the best options available.
The Fitbit Charge 2 does everything our previous Editors' Choice, the Fitbit Charge HR can, while adding a larger display, guided breathing exercises, idle alerts, interval training, and interchangeable bands. You don't get built-in GPS like you do in the Fitbit Surge, but then again, you can always connect your phone—and you're paying nearly half the price. Simply put, you won't find this combination of features and performance at this price in any other device on the market. So if you're looking for a reasonably affordable, full-featured fitness tracker, the Charge 2 is an excellent option, and our new Editors' Choice.
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|Device||Retail Price||Battery Life||Sleep||Activity||Notifications||Alarm||Water Resistant||Heart Rate|
|Fitbit Charge 2||$149.95||5 days|
|Fitbit Alta||$129.95||5 days||Remove|
|Fitbit Charge HR||$149.95||5 Days||Remove|
|Fitbit Charge||$129.95||7 days||Remove|
|Garmin Vivosmart HR||$149.99||5 days||Remove|
|Striiv Fusion Bio||$99.99||Up to 5 days||Remove|