Activity + Sleep Wristband

Fitbit Charge announced in October 2014 and it is the rebirth of the Force. Unlike the Force, Charge’s wrist band is slightly different and textured and can display caller ID information from a connected smartphone.


How To Order

All-Day Activity

Track steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed and active minutes

Watch + Display

See daily stats, time of day and Exercise Mode on the OLED display

Caller ID

See incoming call notifications when your phone is nearby

Auto Sleep + Alarms

Monitor your sleep automatically and wake with a silent alarm every day.

Wireless Syncing

Sync stats wirelessly and automatically to leading smartphones and computers


  • View your progress and analyze your trends with
    easy-to-read charts and graphs
  • Log workouts, see a monthly exercise calendar, use MobileRun to track run stats and map routes
  • Invite friends and family to share stats, send cheers
    and taunts and compete on the leaderboard
  • Log food fast with a barcode scanner, calorie
    estimator, meal shortcuts and expanded food database
  • Get goal progress notifications and celebrate
    fitness milestones with badges


  • Water resistant to 1 ATM
  • Battery life up to 7 days
  • Charge time – One to two hours
  • Radio transceiver – Bluetooth 4.0
  • Tracks 7 days of detailed motion data – minute by minute.
  • Tracks daily totals for past 30 days
  • Charge’s wristband is made of a flexible, durable elastomer material similar to that used in many sports watches. Charge also has a surgical-grade stainless steel clasp.
  • Size – Small, Large, X-Large


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