Fitbit Charge HR is a top-rated fitness tracking solution for basic and advanced fitness geeks alike. It is an excellent device for monitoring your heart rate, distant covered, calories burned, steps taken, distance climbed and duration of travel for the day.
We've already covered the Flex from Fitbit, which has now been superseded by the Charge and Charge HR. While Fitbit Flex needs to be set while hitting the bed, Charge HR is more innovative and tracks your sleep automatically.
The device replaces the need for audible alerts to wake you up in the morning. Fitbit Charge HR gets a silent vibrating alarm that wakes you up gently without disturbing your partner.
It supports wireless and automatic data sync with many leading smartphones on Windows, iOS and Android. It also works with third-party tracking tools for advanced and specialized reporting.
Its battery lasts for more than 5 days on one charge. Garmin Vivofit 2, on the other hand, comes with a premium battery that lasts more than a year. The OLED display can also be frustrating if you have used an always-on smartband, such as Vivofit 2.