Surge is a great fitness tracker and dumb simple. I just slapped it on and synced it up and BOOM instant life stats. The app is fantastic at sharing the info with you.
For runners, the Surge’s larger display is great for checking real time stats like your distance, time, and pace.
The Fitbit Surge has an always-on display, vibration for a silent alarm, automatic sleep-tracking, all-day heart rate and GPS to track runs.
Need help? See our troubleshooting guide.
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|Device||Retail Price||Battery Life||Sleep||Activity||Notifications||Alarm||Water Resistant||Heart Rate|
|Fitbit Surge||$249.95||7 Days|
|ASUS ZenWatch||$199.99||1 Day||Remove|
|LG G Watch||$229.99||1 Day||Remove|
|Samsung Gear 2||$299.99||2-3 Days||Remove|
|Samsung Gear Live||$199.99||1 Day||Remove|
|Sony SmartWatch 3||$249.99||2 Days||Remove|
|Moto 360 2nd Gen||$299.99||1.5 Days||Remove|
|Pebble Time Smartwatch||$199.00||Up to 7 Days||Remove|