• Fitbit Charge 3
  • Fitbit Charge 3
  • Fitbit Charge 3
  • Fitbit Charge 3

Specs / Features


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Specification

Tech Spec
Display Size 0.721 inches
Display Type Grayscale OLED
Battery Life Up to 7 days
Battery Type LiPo (Lithium Polymer)
Specification
Brand Fitbit
Warranty 12 months

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Pickr

Slim and slender

from Pickr

Exclusions aside, the Fitbit Charge 3 offers enough of what you may want in a Fitbit in a water resistant design that’s comfortable to wear and use. We can see the Fitbit argument for the exclusions mind you, and that sort of arise in an up-sell: if you want music control, there’s the Versa o...More

Exclusions aside, the Fitbit Charge 3 offers enough of what you may want in a Fitbit in a water resistant design that’s comfortable to wear and use. We can see the Fitbit argument for the exclusions mind you, and that sort of arise in an up-sell: if you want music control, there’s the Versa or Versa Lite, and if you want GPS, there’s the Ionic. But if you want something small, you need to strip some of that away. In the Fitbit world, you can look toward the slim and slender Charge 3, which offers most of what you might want in a wearable without the size of the others.

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India Today

The only fitness tracker you need

from India Today

The Fitbit Charge 3 comes with a host of advanced fitness tracking features like automatic exercise detection, guided relaxation, period tracking -- something that is going to be important for women -- and heart rate tracking. And of course it comes with a host of other regular -- but important f...More

The Fitbit Charge 3 comes with a host of advanced fitness tracking features like automatic exercise detection, guided relaxation, period tracking -- something that is going to be important for women -- and heart rate tracking. And of course it comes with a host of other regular -- but important features -- like ability to survive in a swimming pool or a battery life that keeps going on for a week or so.

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BGR

Fitbit's most advanced tracker ever

from BGR

It has a truckload of features, can track just about every fitness-related metric out there, and the battery life isn’t half bad either. Sure, there are a few ‘issues’ (e.g. no-onboard GPS, occasionally-erratic syncing), but they are no deal breakers. As a complete package, the Charge 3 is every bit worth its asking price of Rs 13,990.

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It has a truckload of features, can track just about every fitness-related metric out there, and the battery life isn’t half bad either. Sure, there are a few ‘issues’ (e.g. no-onboard GPS, occasionally-erratic syncing), but they are no deal breakers. As a complete package, the Charge 3 is every bit worth its asking price of Rs 13,990.

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The Indian Express

Better fit and more insights

from The Indian Express

The Fitbit Charge 3, though a bit pricey is the best fitness band you can buy at the moment. Here is one device that can really help you lead a better life and achieve fitness goals. But if you are just looking for a device that keeps track of steps and calories, then there are more affordable options out there.

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The Fitbit Charge 3, though a bit pricey is the best fitness band you can buy at the moment. Here is one device that can really help you lead a better life and achieve fitness goals. But if you are just looking for a device that keeps track of steps and calories, then there are more affordable options out there.

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Fone Arena

Fitness tracking at its best

from Fone Arena

The Fitbit Charge 3 provides very limited functionality compared to a smartwatch but it performs those functions exceptionally well. The sleep tracking is accurate down to the minute, fitness tracking is good enough to keep you motivated to be active all while maintaining a week’s charge. Need...More

The Fitbit Charge 3 provides very limited functionality compared to a smartwatch but it performs those functions exceptionally well. The sleep tracking is accurate down to the minute, fitness tracking is good enough to keep you motivated to be active all while maintaining a week’s charge. Need notifications? It kinda does those too. Depending on your usage and needs, that could be all that you need.

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Good Gear Guide

Keeping things simple

from Good Gear Guide

Though perfectly competent at all it sets out to do, the Fitbit Charge 3 is probably only a product for those who are keen on the Fitbit ecosystem but uninterested in the look of the company’s newer smartwatches. The Charge 3 is the best fitness band the company have made to date but it’s har...More

Though perfectly competent at all it sets out to do, the Fitbit Charge 3 is probably only a product for those who are keen on the Fitbit ecosystem but uninterested in the look of the company’s newer smartwatches. The Charge 3 is the best fitness band the company have made to date but it’s hard to recommend over the flashier options available.

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Ausdroid

The best fitness tracker on the market

from Ausdroid

The added functionality of the notifications is something that so many fitbands lack but Fitbit have done it and done it well. It is now waterproof such that you can take it swimming — there are not many fitness trackers that can track swimming. Tracking workouts and using it for circuit and in...More

The added functionality of the notifications is something that so many fitbands lack but Fitbit have done it and done it well. It is now waterproof such that you can take it swimming — there are not many fitness trackers that can track swimming. Tracking workouts and using it for circuit and interval training was a breeze. Add in a touch screen and an improved battery life and you have a significant improvement over the Charge 2.

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Android Central

The best at what it does, but nothing more

from Android Central

From a hardware perspective, Fitbit has all but perfected the fitness tracker. But persistent software bugs and a market that wants smartwatch features hampers the Charge 3's appeal.

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From a hardware perspective, Fitbit has all but perfected the fitness tracker. But persistent software bugs and a market that wants smartwatch features hampers the Charge 3's appeal.

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Coach Mag

Great fitness tracker

from Coach Mag

The Charge 3 is a fine device that looks better than ever and is a great companion for people who like to keep active but don’t take it too seriously. But then, so’s the Charge 2, and as a “budget-conscious” consumer (to put it nicely) I’d probably pocket the £50 and plump for the Charge 2 for £80.

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The Charge 3 is a fine device that looks better than ever and is a great companion for people who like to keep active but don’t take it too seriously. But then, so’s the Charge 2, and as a “budget-conscious” consumer (to put it nicely) I’d probably pocket the £50 and plump for the Charge 2 for £80.

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Android and Me

A good fitness tracker

from Android and Me

The Fitbit Charge 3 is a good fitness tracker for those looking for a new device to help them on their fitness goals as well as the seasoned fitness guru looking for an upgrade to their current fitness tracker.

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The Fitbit Charge 3 is a good fitness tracker for those looking for a new device to help them on their fitness goals as well as the seasoned fitness guru looking for an upgrade to their current fitness tracker.

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