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Fitbit Charge Wireless Activity + Sleep Tracker Wristband (Black/Large) - $86 + FS @ Newegg

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Last Edited by jersharocks June 28, 2016 at 10:17 AM
Photo 4 Less via Newegg.com [newegg.com] has Fitbit Charge Wireless Activity + Sleep Tracker Wristband (Black/Large only) on sale for $85.99. Shipping is Free.
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#2
Got the HR model off eBay with that $15 off code for the same price.
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$15 off code?
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I thought this model was being discontinued. I got it for $65 at Target on clearance months ago.
I remember recently seeing a thread for HR version at this price also.
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$15 off code?
I think it was one day only, Saturday? Sunday? It was a FP deal
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Don't buy any charge model. The glue holding the band on gives way after 6 months to 1 year. Fitbit does replace them easily, but my wife is on her 3rd one and we bought her original one just over a year ago.
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Last edited by ItsDerekDude June 28, 2016 at 11:11 AM
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Just got the HR one on eBay for same price.....
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As others have said, the HR model of this has been on sale lately for about the same price. This deal is luke warm.
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Don't buy any charge model. The glue holding the band on gives way after 6 months to 1 year. Fitbit does replace them easily, but my wife is on her 3rd one and we've bought her original one just over a year ago.
I had a few charge models as well fall apart like this. Now I have the surge but even that band is starting to fall apart now.
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I had a few charge models as well fall apart like this. Now I have the surge but even that band is starting to fall apart now.
Does the Surge have replacement bands? Kinda thinking long term now
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Does the Surge have replacement bands? Kinda thinking long term now
I wish they did but they do not. If you want replaceable bands check out the fitbit blaze. I have had the surge since November and I wear it constantly and it survived longer than any other fitbit I have used. But the bands they use on some of these devices eventually just fall apart.
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I wish they did but they do not. If you want replaceable bands check out the fitbit blaze. I have had the surge since November and I wear it constantly and it survived longer than any other fitbit I have used. But the bands they use on some of these devices eventually just fall apart.
I can agree with this - for the higher end fit bits, Blaze is the way to go.
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Wife had this and it was good, but sadly the band broke 2 months past the 12 month warranty and fitbit said too bad, not a year. The band will break and it's not replaceable. If it breaks in the first 12 months, they'll send you another one. But be aware, it's the worst part of this device. I got her their new one, the Alta and it's got replaceable bands. It's a shame too, because the force unit still worked fine.
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I wish they did but they do not. If you want replaceable bands check out the fitbit blaze. I have had the surge since November and I wear it constantly and it survived longer than any other fitbit I have used. But the bands they use on some of these devices eventually just fall apart.
If you want to try, I've successfully fixed both of ours using Shoo Goo. You've gotta heat up the glue substantially before applying to make sure it's thinner and more liquid. Also, be sure to put wide rubber bands around the glued area while the glue dries. The glue thickens as it dries and can make the band bulk up. We gave the two fixed ones to family members, but so far, I think both have been working for at least a few months now.
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HR was $76 including tax in at&t stores last month.

Quote from ItsDerekDude View Post :
Don't buy any charge model. The glue holding the band on gives way after 6 months to 1 year. Fitbit does replace them easily, but my wife is on her 3rd one and we bought her original one just over a year ago.
I agree. after 3 replacements from FitBit I gave up.
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