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Fitbit Charge 4 Health & Fitness Tracker has a 7-day battery life

Editor's Rating
4.8/5?

Keep up your activity with the Fitbit Charge 4 Health & Fitness Tracker. Offering a battery life that lasts a full week, this watch ensures you don’t go a day without knowing how far you’ve walked. Additionally, it connects with Spotify so you always have your favorite music close at hand. And that’s not all that comes with this new activity tracker: it even has built-in GPS. That way, however far along you are on your run, you know exactly where you’re at. It gives you the freedom to meander around your city and discover new places. Moreover, this smartwatch monitors your heart rate at all times so you know if you need to push yourself a little bit harder. Available in four colors, this activity tracker rivals the best.

Editor's Quote
" You'll always know where you are with its built-in GPS. "
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Battery Life
7 Days
Size
One Size
Colors
Black, Rosewood, Storm Blue/Black, Granite Reflective Woven
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