When it comes to activity trackers and fitness bands, Fitbit takes the cake for most consumers as they offer a wide range of options as well as various colors for each. Out of all the current models that they offer, the Charge HR might be one of their most successful bands, having the similar active design of other Fitbit trackers, with an added LCD display for your stats, and a heart rate sensor for tracking your heart rate. Normally the Fitbit Charge HR costs about $149.99 at full retail, but you can currently pick it up for just $69.99 in either Black, Blue, or Purple.
The Fitbit Charge HR's most defining specification is the heart rate sensor, as this is what sets it apart from the original Fitbit Charge. It has an LCD display, giving users the ability to glance at their stats as well as the time if they need to. The button on the side of the tracker activates the display, and clicking it will cycle through the different stats. The Fitbit Charge HR is capable of tracking your steps, distance, calories burned, and heart rate, and it can also monitor your sleep. With a the Fitbit companion app you can also set up silent alarms, which will buzz through to the tracker on your wrist to wake you up in the morning. The tracker is also able to receive notifications from messages as well as phone calls and emails.