Fitbit Charge 4

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Fitbit Charge 4 Special Edition Fitness and Activity Tracker features Built-in GPS, Heart Rate Monitoring, Sleep & Swim Tracking, and more!

With Fitbit Charge 4, there’s no limit to how far you can go. This sleek, swimproof tracker is packed with features that help you know your workouts and your body better—like built-in GPS, Active Zone Minutes, new exercise modes and sleep tracking. Plus, with Fitbit Pay and up to 7-days of battery life you can worry less about charging your Fitbit.

  • Use built-in GPS to see your pace and distance on screen during outdoor runs, rides, hikes and more and see a workout intensity map in the app that shows your heart rate changes along your route
  • With Active Zone Minutes, feel a buzz when you reach your target heart rate zones during exercise, and celebrate when you earn extra minutes outside of exercise
  • Get a 90-day free trial of Fitbit Premium to help you stay active, sleep well and manage stress. Unlock it all in the Fitbit app. (Valid payment method required. Cancel before free trial ends to avoid subscription fees. Offer valid for new Premium users only)
  • Use 24/7 heart rate to track resting heart rate & better measure calorie burn
  • Play your favorite songs and playlists with Spotify app controls on your wrist. Also make secure purchases with Fitbit Pay and get call, text and smartphone app notifications.


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// Specifications

Fitbit Charge 4
released on March 31, 2020

// Company Profile – Fitbit

Fitbit was started in 2007 by James Park and Eric Friedman in San Francisco. Their aim is to lead people into living healthier and better lives and they do this through their fitness tracking devices. Fitbit’s debut into wearable technology was with the Fitbit Classic, which was introduced into the… – View Profile


12 Reviews for Fitbit Charge 4

  1. Marco

    II have bought this for my partner and she couldn’t be more excited. with the integrated GPS when you go for a run or any other activities there is no more need to carry your smartphone with you.The free FITBIT app is really user friendly and exhaustive at the same time as many different stats are provided (heart rate beat, sleep quality, calories burnt, oxygen levels etc…)Last but not least, the watch design is really cool and it also not too big and heavy.Thanks FITBIT!

  2. Janine Sisko

    Love it

  3. K. A. Davie

    Really great upgrade to now have GPS and warerproof but very annoyed that it’s mis sold as it doesn’t yet have Spotify which is essentially false advertising, will be reporting this.

  4. Julian Schofield

    Got this for fact was waterproof and had built in GPS.Initial set up frustrating appeared to be stuck on set up screen, but what I realised was to return to home screen, (watch face) you need to gently hold either side of the screen – this is also the key for everything else – if you are in one of the menus just hold both sides of the screen and you go back one level in the menu – finally getting back to the main screenEasy setup, multiple display options, easy to use, GPS appears to be as accurate as apps such as ‘Map My Walk’ using the phones GPSIf using the auto detect activity the GPS does not activate, (so if you want a map, which is why I got it), you do need to manually select the activity you are doingDisplay easy to read, depending on watch face and your eyesight, even in sunlight, rapid menus and intuitive once you get over the initial ‘how do I get back to the watch face’ GENTLY HOLD BOTH SIDES OF THE SCREEN.Battery after two days is down to 56%, but that is probably down to me playing with it constantly finding all the bits and pieces it can do.Overall delighted with it, (so much so just bought the wife one as well)Nice neat device, has extra apps, including the contactless payment which was a doddle to set up, that I may or may not use in the future but does everything I hoped and would recommendHave now had the charge 4 for a few weeks, still delighted with it, but have noticed a couple of things, if using the GPS for long periods (like a 4 hour walk), this does seem to drain the battery quickly and needs charging every couple of daysAlso a couple of times after starting the exercise going the tracking has switched off, but I think this was due to me having the strap too tight so when putting my hand into a press up position, I was touching both sides of the screen, and it was going back to main screen.

  5. iaietta

    My Charge 3 left me stranded so I thought to choose the upgrade. Not what I was expecting.I put it in the dock, seemed to work. Once unplugged and connected, the device died. I tried to charge it again, no response. Gave it a few hours before returning it. I guess it is a new product and that these are teething problems or perhaps I had particularly bad luck. Got another Charge 3 for the time being.

  6. Mr Angelo Bonandi

    Great product, please note the payment option on Fitbit is limeted to very few banks in the UK. I would advise checking the list of banks it support, if it something you really want.

  7. Ian F

    A single 10k run (c. 1 hour 20 minutes, incl. warm up and cool down) took the battery from 60% to absolutely no chance of using this to track a half marathon, then…

  8. rebecca

    So just like another review on here … my fitbit will not turn on during the setup … it will slightly vibrate when I press the side button but the screen will not turn on at all. So disappointed … will try more but I think I will be returning it tomorrow 😥🥺 Update!!! I got it working and now it seems to be good … steps are accurate and also the GPS is great. Originally marked it as a 1 star but bumped it up to 3 since it is working well now.

  9. Leo Thomas

    Got this after my charge 2 died and wow is it and upgrade I really love it so far! Fair warning though on some things I didn’t realize: you need Spotify premium to use any of the Spotify features at all which was kind of a bummer. And according to their website if you use the GPS feature the Fitbit battery only lasts 5 hours. So you have to be careful to turn GPS only on and off when you need it when you’re exercising and not just leave it on to auto recognize which is a little annoying but not a huge deal. Also a few features require that you allow them to run in the background for them to “work properly” I don’t like to have things do that to try and preserve my phone battery so I turned off those permissions but left the others on and so far I haven’t had any other problems because my Fitbit still syncs throughout the day and I think can still get data that way. My boyfriend loves the sleep mode feature that turns off notifications and screen wake so when I toss and turn at night I don’t accidentally blind him with my watch screen if it goes off.

  10. Mr. Robert J. Nash

    I bought the Charged 4 features based on the advertising; Payments, Active Minutes, Spotify and Sleep.However, on receiving these functions were not present. I have to wait for a firmware update. What is really annoying there is no date on when the firmware is going to be released in the UK.Based on this I’m going to toss a coin to see whether or not to send it back. Paying £150 for a tracker with the most useful features, in my opinion, disabled is frustrating. The only saving grace will be the GPS.Following on from my annoyance the Fitbit has been updated to add all functionality. GPS function drains the battery but is fairly accurate. However, it takes time to synchronise so you need to ensure it has before starting out.

  11. Liam R

    I won’t be like everyone who gives a bad review because they clearly got a dud (or user-error as it often is). I’ll give it an honest assessment.The app is amazing, that goes without saying. The quality of the band is nice, but it’s a bit hefty, made bulkier by the textured diamond pattern in the band. The clasp is a bit cumbersome as well, and feels a bit like cheap plastic. I’ll reserve my judgments on that until it breaks. Doesn’t inspire confidence though.The watch itself seems to be very accurate, it’s comfortable, and has some nice options. The pressure button on the side is a little hard to press, I wish you could change the settings for the sensitivity. When pressing, it requires you to stabilize the other side with your thumb or else you’ll just push the watch causing it to slide toward your hand. The UI on the app is clean and simple, although I wish it allowed to customization. I don’t need all the settings and stats it comes with, and many you cannot remove from the UI. This makes you scroll more than you’ll probably want to to get to the features you like. If we could at least re-order them, that’d allow for quicker navigation.My final note is battery life. FitBit claims 7 days of battery life. Today is Thursday at 8:41pm. I’m at 70%. I gave it a full charge all night Tuesday into Wednesday morning. Within an hour of pulling it off the charger it was down by 5%. At the current rate, it’ll likely be dead by Sunday which is closer to 4 days. Keep in mind, since I charged it fully, I have NOT exercised. It’s quarantine and I’m lazy. I can imagine the battery would only last 2-3 days with moderate to heavy frequent exercise.That’s my review. Don’t got much else to say. It’s a decent watch, but I’d wait for it to go on sale.

  12. AdventureInUtah

    I have had the Charge 4 since a few days after release and have really liked it so far. It is a nice upgrade from my Charge 2. I have worn it swimming and it performs great with no issues.The Spotify connectivity is very nice as well. It is a nice feature for when I a running or lifting weights to be able to switch songs/playlists from the Charge 4.If you haven’t used a Fitbit before, the information it provides is great. I find myself overly interested in my sleep patterns and more aware of my sleep habits. I find it to be very accurate as my daily sleep score corresponds very well to how rested I feel that day. Also, the tracking of your resting heart rate is a good indicator of fitness level and is a nice thing to track over time.I don’t really track my daily steps, but I can see how it could be a motivating factor for people to get up and be active. I do use the heart rate zone tracking when I work out. You can actually look at a map of your run and it will show what heart rate zone you were in for each part of your run. It is nice to be able to measure how hard you are working.Being able to see my text messages and calendar on the Charge 4 is nice as well. This Fitbit does everything that I want without making the jump to an Apple Watch. The Apple Watch is just a bit too geeky for me.If I could add one thing to the watch it would be to be able to load music directly to the Charge 4 so that a phone wasn’t needed to play music. It would be a nice addition for runs, but something I can live without.Edit: OK, one of my favorite features of this Fitbit that I hadn’t even thought about is the alarm. I know it sounds dumb, but the silent alarm works great. I absolutely hate waking up to the alarm on my phone which I have done for years. The vibrating alarm on my Charge 4 wakes me up every morning without putting me in a bad mood. Somehow it seems like I am naturally waking up and not being forced to get up by an annoying beep.

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