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Fitbit Charge 2 - Silver - activity tracker with band - teal - L - monochrome - Bluetooth - 1.23 oz - silver

Item# 230-A9883626-AF | Model# FB407STEL | Added on August 28, 2016 |
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Fitbit Charge 2 - Silver - activity tracker with band - teal - L - monochrome - Bluetooth - 1.23 oz - silver
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Track heart rate continuously on your wrist to maximize workouts, better track calorie burn and get a clearer picture of your health - all without an uncomfortable chest strap. Track steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes & hourly activity with long-lasting battery life. To help you stay active throughout the day, Charge 2 sends reminders to move that encourage you to take 250 steps every hour. Charge 2 automatically tracks how long and how well you sleep to help you work toward a better routine. Product Type: Activity tracker Integrated Components: Heart rate sensor Supported Host Device OS: iOS, Android, Windows Phone Tracking Data: Distance, time, calories burned, activity, sleep activity, heart rate, steps taken Wearing Style: Wrist Color: Silver Clock Display: Yes Features: Calendar notification, SMS notification, tap control, PurePulse heart rate technology, changeable band, SmartTrack, inactivity alert Set Goals: Yes Type: OLED - monochrome Wireless Interface: Bluetooth 4.0 Run Time (Up To): 5 day(s) Case Details: Silver Name: Band Size: L Color: Teal Width: 0.9 in Height: 0.5 in Length: 9.9 in Weight: 1.23 oz Vibrating Alert: Yes Protection: Splashproof, sweatproof Warranty: 1 year warranty Product Type: Activity tracker Connectivity: Bluetooth Supported Host Device OS: iOS, Android, Windows Phone Display: Monochrome OLED Tracking Data: Distance, time, calories burned, activity, sleep activity, heart rate, steps taken Band: Teal - band - (L) ... read more
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