The Fitbit Charge 6 is now on sale on Amazon for $139.95, which is 13% less than its original price. People who want to improve their exercise tracking and monitoring tools should take advantage of this deal. Because it tracks your heart rate, analyses your sleep, and keeps track of your activities, the Fitbit Charge 6 gives you more tools to reach your health and fitness goals. Do not pass up this chance to spend less on your health and wellness. Get your Fitbit Charge 6 right now and start living a better life.
The Fitbit Charge 6 is very thin, which means that its screen is very small. It has a 1.04″ AMOLED screen that looks pretty good. The colours are nice and bright, and the clarity is high enough that you can’t see individual pixels from a normal viewing distance. It also gets bright enough to read outside. However, it’s very narrow, which means it can only show a small amount of important data at a time.
During certain workouts, the Charge 6 will show the distance travelled at the top of the screen and the timer at the bottom in small text. You can tap in the middle to see other metrics, like heart rate and calories burned, in a bigger format. At most, I only need to see three measures at a time for my current workout; I only look at my wrist every few minutes. When you’re running, though, having to go through a bunch of different measures one by one is a pain and takes your attention away from what you’re doing for far too long. Also, app message previews are laughably short—they only show five or six words at a time.
|1.55″ (37.3mm) rectangular color touchscreen with always-on display
|Silicone with aluminum buckle
|Up to 50 meters
|Up to 7 days
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Even though it has a small screen, the Fitbit Charge 6 is simple to use. It’s quick and easy to move between the tracker’s different screens by swiping. If you swipe down on the clock face, you can get to the device settings. If you swipe up, you can see your health numbers. Other features, like app notifications, exercise tracking, timers and alarms, are shown in a rotating carousel to the left and right. To get back to the home screen on the Charge 6, press the hardware button once. To open Google Wallet, press it twice.
One of the three new Google-y features in the Charge 6 is the ability to use Google Wallet. Before the Charge 6, Fitbit devices only worked with Fitbit Pay. This is the first Fitbit tracker that works with Google’s contactless payments app. That will be very helpful for many people, but I haven’t been able to try it yet. Most of the time, Google Wallet works with cards from the bank where I have a cash account, but not on Fitbit. Fitbit works with Mastercard cards from a different bank I use, but not Visa cards (again, this is a Fitbit-only issue). I’ve been told that yet another bank “has temporarily paused support” for Google Wallet.
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