Fitbit, the leading global wearables brand, has upped their game once again, with the latest evolution of their best-selling Charge series of fitness trackers – The Fitbit Charge 3. This time around, Fitbit claims it is their “smartest tracker yet”, and boasts up to 7-day battery life.
The Charge 3 delivers a swimproof (up to 50m) design with a larger Corning Gorilla Glass 3 touchscreen display, protected by an aerospace grade aluminium casing. It is also packed with 24/7 heart-rate tracking, 15+ goal-based exercise modes, swim tracking, on-device health dashboard, female health tracking, sleep tracking with insights and more.
And for you Android users out there – the device now supports quick replies, alongside other iOS and Android essential smart features, such as call alerts, and text notifications.
“We’ve seen amazing consumer reception and strong pre-orders for Charge 3, which are even better than Versa in its first six weeks, underscoring why the Charge family has been our most popular product line for the past few years,” said James Park, co-founder and CEO of Fitbit.
“With Charge 3, we’re offering consumers a purpose-built sleek, premium device for those who prefer trackers and want advanced health and fitness features along with the smart features they need to stay connected. Charge 3 is our most innovative tracker yet, featuring our most advanced sensor technology, bringing the relative SpO2 sensor to the tracker form factor for the first time.”
The Fitbit Charge 3 is available now at major retailers islandwide and online retailers like Lazada Singapore. The device is retailing for S$238, and comes in black with a graphite aluminum case or blue-gray with a rose gold aluminum case.
The accessories such as the sport bands, woven bands and horween leather bands range from S$39.90 – S$69.90. There are also two special editions that come in lavender woven with rose gold aluminium case or white frost sport band with graphite aluminium case retailing at S$268.
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