Unboxing and Quick Review of the Fitbit Charge 2

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Unboxing and Quick Review of the Fitbit Charge 2

We recently got hold of the Fitbit Charge 2, it’s the newest fitness tracker by Fitbit which is an upgraded version of the #1 selling fitness tracker in the world in 2015, the Fitbit Charge HR.

In this version, Fitbit pushed the limits of the technology of what the Charge 2 can offer, besides the classic features, the Charge 2 was improved to have multi-sport tracking capability, connected GPS, Cardio Fitness Level using VO2Max, Call, Text and Calendar Alerts and Interchangeable Bands.

Here’s a quick unboxing of the new Fitbit Charge 2 and some quick look at the latest features, we also included how easy it is to pair it with our mobile phone via bluetooth.

Complete Fitbit Charge 2 Specs:

  • PurePulse Heart Rate
  • All Day Activity Tracking
  • Connected GPS
  • Auto Sleep Tracking
  • Multi-Sport Tracking
  • Auto Exercise Recognition
  • Cardio Fitness Level
  • Guided Breathing Sessions
  • Smartphone Notifications
  • Reminders to move
  • Wireless Sync
  • 5 Days battery life

Fitbit Charge 2 will be available in late October in major Philippines retailers including Digital Walker, Beyond the Box, select Toby’s stores, iBOOK, iCENTER, Mobile1, Globe, Gadgets in Style, Hivemind, Lazada, Zalora, Timeline, The Inbox Store, iLiberty and RUNNR stores.

Fitbit Charge 2 (PHP8,499) tracker with a classic fitness band in black, blue, plum or teal

  • Classic fitness accessory bands in four colors, sold separately (PHP1,399)
  • Luxe premium leather accessory bands in blush pink, brown, and indigo (PHP3,299)
  • Special edition series in gunmetal and rose gold (PHP8,699) (coming soon)

If you have any questions about the Fitbit Charge 2, or want us to test some of it features, do drop a comment below, we’ll try to make another followup review of the device.

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A marathoner, triathlete, entrepreneur and the founder of Pinoy FItness. He found the love for running back in 2009 and since then continued to grow and evolve with the running community.

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