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Fitbit Alta, Blaze, And Charge HR replacements bands- 75cents/each @Walmart B&M

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Fitbit Alta, Blaze, And Charge HR replacements bands- 75cents/each @Walmart B&M

Original price says $12.88.

Not sure about quality

Saw these at our local Walmart in electronics department

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Created 09-14-2017 at 07:25 PM by princemahesh
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can you post the receipt, so we can check brickseek for our local walmarts?
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You can't replace a Charge HR band.
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Attached the pics. I didn't make a purchase as I don't own any of these bands.
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can you post the receipt, so we can check brickseek for our local walmarts?
Attached the pics.
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Thanks!
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You can't replace a Charge HR band.
R U sure! Google it. Google is your friend. You may not want to replace the band yourself but it can be done.
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R U sure! Google it. Google is your friend. You may not want to replace the band yourself but it can be done.
The band is not designed to be replaced by the consumer on the Charge HR. Thus, the band the OP references is most likely for the Charge 2. [Looking at the photo, it is a cover for the Charge HR] As for the Charge HR, it's not worth the trouble to go to some hoops with a kit.

I had Fitbit replace my whole unit, before I switched to a smartwatch. Fitbit lost me as a customer over the Charge HR.

Thank you for your input.
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The band is not designed to be replaced by the consumer on the Charge HR. Thus, the band the OP references is most likely for the Charge 2. [Looking at the photo, it is a cover for the Charge HR] As for the Charge HR, it's not worth the trouble to go to some hoops with a kit.

I had Fitbit replace my whole unit, before I switched to a smartwatch. Fitbit lost me as a customer over the Charge HR.

Thank you for your input.
I totally agree Charge HR sucked. Went through three because of faulty altimeter(2) and a stuck button.
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