Fitbit Charge 3

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Fitbit Charge 3 Activity Tracker

The Fitbit Charge 3 is a lightweight and stylish fitness activity tracker to track 15 different types of exercises, HR, sleep, and more. It can last up to 7 days on a single charge depending on use.

  • Better measure calorie burn, understand resting heart rate & more with 24/7 heart rate tracking and a battery life of up to 7 days (varies with use and other factors); charge time (0 to100 percent) 2 hours
  • Choose from 15 plus exercise modes like run, bike, swim, yoga, circuit training and more, set a goal, and get real time stats during your workouts to see how you can keep getting better
  • Automatically record time spent in light, deep and REM sleep stages, see Activity trends, healthy insights, and personalized guidance in one place with Fitbit today. Operating temperature is -10° to 45° Celsius
  • Swim proof and water resistant to 50 meters, so you can track swims and wear in the shower; we do not recommend wearing charge 3 in a hot tub or sauna; also connect to smartphone GPS for real time pace and distance during outdoor runs and rides
  • Stay connected to your day with everyday apps for weather and more and get called, text and smartphone app notifications on your wrist; small wristband fits a wrist between 5.5 to 7.1 inches; large wrist band fits a wrist between 7.1 to 8.7 inches


Fitbit FB409GMBK Charge 3 Advanced Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, Black

Fitbit FB409GMBK Charge 3 Advanced Heart Rate and Fitness Tracker, Black. Condition is Used. Shipping free for buyer. works great - but changing to an apple watch does not come w. original strap has custom fabric/athletic strap - in great but used condition

Fitbit Charge 3 Fitness Activity Tracker Black Large Band

Fitbit Charge 3 Fitness Activity Tracker Black Pre-owned Fitbit in good condition. Few scratches/scuffs, but nothing major. Fitbit works well with no issues. Original Large Band No charger is included. Free Shipping! No international shipping.

Fitbit Charge 3 Fitness Activity Tracker + Heart Rate Graphite/Black, One Size

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  • The lowest price of Fitbit Charge 3 Heart Rate & Activity Tracker Frost White was obtained on September 21, 2020 11:12 am.

// 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


6 Reviews for Fitbit Charge 3

  1. Amy

    Very disappointed. If you want to see a date on a watch, don’t bother buying this version. If you are happy with your charge 2 clock faces, don’t buy this version. What do I get to see? A nasty formatted clock and my heart rate. I can’t even choose what to see like the previous version. The only way to see my steps on the main screen is to view a true clock face and then small steps. I’m a long time Fitbit customer, but this one is being returned. Guess I will stick with my charge 2 until I find a new company. I can’t even fathom why a company goes backwards with functionality. I mean, why would someone want a date on a watch? Why would I want to see my steps (or miles, or whatever my choice) as well. I don’t care about my heart rate on the main screen unless I’m exercising.

  2. Beau Steward

    I’ve used an Alta for a couple of years and figured it was time for an upgrade. I was waiting to see what Fitbit had coming before jumping on something else. I’m not a huge fan of smartwatches so I wasn’t interested in the more fully featured Fitbit products. Seeing the Charge 3 released prompted me to consider it.Coming from an Alta, I was a bit concerned about the size. This has not been a problem. It’s larger, sure, but it fits the wrist nicely and isn’t heavy at all. I have not had any comfort issues. I ordered a different style band, however, more along the lines of what I’m use to using.The Charge 3 has a lot more power and features than the Alta, so my opinion of it may be a bit rose tinted compared to those coming from the Charge 2. The battery life is great. The usability is great. The features are much more extensive. I, especially, like seeing my estimated sleep stages, and my heart rate info. I’m looking forward to the update that enables the SpO2 functionality.As I noted, I’m not a fan of smartwatches. I disabled notifications on my Alta, and, even though I can see more details about my notifications on the Charge 3, I’m likely to turn that down or off. I’m the type of person that doesn’t need to immediately see what my phone just beeped about, as I’d rather keep my attention on the task or event at hand. I will note that the vibrate is quite powerful, though.It’s nice to have an altimeter again. My Fitbit One had this, but for some reason the Alta excluded it. As I’ve pushed myself to take the stairs more and more, I love being able to track it again.The one flaw I’ll note, and it’s enough to knock a star off, is the auto brightness doesn’t seem to dim enough in low light. Just by moving at night, the brightness of the display has woken me up because it was right next to my eyes. As I saw one person put it, the brightness of the display burns like that of a thousand suns. I’ve noticed the auto brightness seems to do something sometimes, but it doesn’t dim near enough in the dark and can be quite jarring when not expected.As this was just released, I’m sure all the software faults, that of the missing features in the watch faces noted by others, and the auto brightness issue, etc, will be fixed in due time. Overall, this is a nice upgrade from the Alta and will keep me on the Fitbit platform for another couple of years, I’m sure.

  3. Michael T

    On paper, the Charge 3 had everything I ever hoped for in a fitness tracker. Heart rate monitoring, sleep analysis and oh yes, it is waterproof! The feature that would allow me to ware this potentially amazing piece of tech during lap swimming and during outside sport activities in the rain and snow. I was thrilled… that was until I received it and stuck it on my wrist.Here we go:-shuts off randomly (4 times I had to hard reset)-will randomly un-sync-inaccurate step counts-battery life indicator is not accurate-wonky heart rate monitoring (sometimes over and under estimates, or doesn’t show up at all)-clock faces are horrible (appears you can only have 3 indicators on at once, thus can not have steps, time, date and HR on at the same time)-I have spent more time troubleshooting the charge 3 than actually enjoying it.-fitbit community slow to respond to problems.Please fitbit, just fix this thing so we can stop complaining. It is a dream fitness tracker with so much potential but falls short in its current state. I will update this review once all problems are resolved.TLDR: Great potential but too buggy for everyday use. Wait until its fixed to purchase.

  4. jungermine

    It’s a nice combo of a watch and tracker. I’m pretty active, though not obsessed with counting milage, workouts, etc. I already know what I do/can do. I was more interested in tracking sleep and heart rate. It’s good to see the reslts, though, not sure how accurate they are. I was really ready to be that connected with the Versa, so, I’ll give the alerts on this one a try. Battery can last approx 5 days before needing a charge. Overall, a nice watch design.

  5. jordanthecurator

    The Charge line has always been one of the best products from Fitbit short of their smartwatches. Bigger, more style, more functional uses than a step counter makes exercise more detailed and fun. The Charge 3 takes everything amazing about the Charge and continues to make it better. Lightweight, improved construction of the band promises longer lifespan and easier replacement and further upgrade from the Charge is now water resistant up to 50m to allow water exercises. Where-as the Charge 2 was only splash-proof. Battery life is an impressive 7-day period with fast charging in-between uses with a great snap-on charger.

  6. mintercraft

    I had an original fitbit, that aged out. I was worried that this would be too wide for my small wrists, but it is so lightweight I don’t feel it. I look forward to getting my weight back down. It really helps to have a daily goal, and keep to it.

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