Introducing the Fitbit Charge, Charge HR, and Surge Activity Trackers

Fitbit has introduced 3 new activity trackers. Say hello to the Fitbit Charge, Charge HR and the Surge. More details inside.

Fitbit is a very popular brand in the wearable tech world. They have popular trackers, such as the Fitbit, Zip and the Fitbit Flex (which we reviewed here). Many have entered the activity tracker game, and now Fitbit is stepping their game up and announced 3 new activity trackers. The announced the Fitbit Charge, the Fitbit Charge HR, and the Fitbit Surge. The only one that will be available starting today is the Fitbit Charge. Check out some of the features of the new Fitbit line.


Fitbit Charge

Fitbit Charge Activity Tracker - Analie Cruz


  • Fitbit Force reinvented
  • Bright OLED displays realtime stats on your wrist
  • Tracks steps, floors climbed, distance, active minutes, calories burned and sleep monitoring
  • 7 days of battery life
  • Water-resistant and improved clasp
  • Caller ID (displays callers name or number.) Phone has to be nearby
  • Bluetooth 4.0 / Wireless syncing
  • Price $129.95
  • Available in Black, slate, blue, and burgundy
  • Learn more about Fitbit Charge HERE


Fitbit Charge HR

Fitbit Charge HR Activity Tracker - Analie Cruz

  • Designed for the more active user
  • Up to 5 days of battery life
  • Charge HR features Fitbit’s proprietary PurePulse optical heart rate technology, which provides continuous and automatic wrist-based heart rate monitoring, without a chest strap.
  • Tracks steps, floors climbed, distance, active minutes, calories burned, sleep, and exercise tracking
  • Available in Black, plum, blue, and tangerine
  • Available in early 2015. Preorder $149.95
  • Learn more about Fitbit Charge HR HERE


Fitbit Surge

Fitbit Surge Activity Tracker Sports Watch- Analie Cruz

  • Fitbit’s most advanced activity tracker.
  • Up to 7 days battery life
  • Features 8-sensor technology that combines all-day fitness tracking with GPS, heart rate monitoring and smartwatch functionality.
  • Records multi-sport activities like running, cross-training and strength workouts
  • Eight sensors—3-axis accelerometers, gyroscope, compass, ambient light sensor, GPS and heart rate
  • Backlit LCD touch screen display with customizable watch faces, makes it easy to navigate through real-time stats, workout apps, sleep and alarms
  • Available in Blue, and tangerine (Early 2015)
  • Learn more about Fitbit Surge HERE
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That means that right now there are 4 Fitbit trackers available, The Fitbit Zip, One, Flex and Charge. You can head over to the Fitbit Comparison page to see which one is the Fitbit for you


Source: Fitbit Blog