- Click here to activate the 20% Off Coupon
- Click here and add Fitbit Charge HR Activity Wristband to your cart
- (Back-ordered, will ship Feb 22)
- Proceed to Checkout (Discount reflected in cart)
- Total will be $119.96. Shipping is free.
Editor's Notes & Price Research
Item is backordered:
Small will ship by 2/15/15
Large will ship by 2/22/15
This is $15 less than my previous Front Page deal 2 weeks ago.
LATEST REVIEW (2/2/2015):
WARNING: This product does not work as advertised. Please read post #15 of this thread before buying. I don't want to clutter the Wiki by putting all that info in here.
ANOTHER WARNING: This product DOES work as advertised, but just not as good as a dedicated HR monitor. If you want a non-bias review of this, please read http://www.cnet.com/uk/products/f...charge-hr/.
Directly from Fitbit website. This device heart rate monitor is not accurate during intense workout or workout that you need to move/use your arm.
With high-intensity interval training or other activities where your wrist is moving vigorously and non-rhythmically, the movement may prevent the sensor from finding an accurate heart rate. Similarly, with exercises such as weight lifting or rowing, your wrist muscles may flex in such a way that the band tightens and loosens during exercise. Try relaxing your wrist and staying still briefly (about 10 seconds), after which you should see an accurate heart rate reading.
The Good The Fitbit Charge HR adds continuous heart-rate tracking to all of the other features already available in the stepdown Fitbit Charge for just a bit more money. Resting heart-rate readings reasonably accurate.
The Bad Design and fit aren't ideal for glancing at heart rate; active exercise causes accuracy drop-offs; not shower or swim-friendly. OLED display turns off after a few seconds, which gets annoying. Heart-rate coaching and goal-setting isn't intuitive.
Link directly to LL Bean if you don't want to through a FB page:
Here's the link that worked for me, stripped of all of the SD crap that broke it:
Just delete the spaces to make the URL whole again, and use it.
If I paste the URL on its own, SD screws it up.
http:// www llbean com /?qs=3115228_DFA&qs=3080290_lw9MynSeamY-xqt592hBhMqYV00RPoyj3w&cvosrc=Affiliate.linkshare.lw9MynSeamY