Includes built-in GPS to track your outdoor runs, rides, hikes, and more. Active Zone Minutes give you a buzz when you reach your target heart rate. Has 24/7 heart-rate tracker, an oxygen monitor at night, and a battery that can last up to a week.
If you've been considering getting the Fitbit Charge 4, perhaps upgrading from the Charge 2 or 3, now is the time. Just ahead of Black Friday, Amazon Canada has dropped the price of the popular fitness tracker to its lowest price yet for shoppers from the Great White North.
Fitbit released the Charge 4 fitness tracker earlier this year, but is it worth the upgrade if you already own a Charge 2? That device launched in 2016 and while the two share many of the same basic tracking features, there are some upgrades with the Charge 4 that might be worth considering.
The Fitbit Charge 4 is the first new product to be released since Fitbit’s announced acquisition with Google, and while it’s a fairly minor update, the Charge 3 foundation was already really solid. From built-in GPS, Activity Zone Minutes, and more, here’s what’s new!