With gyms being closed around the world, in home workouts are becoming the in thing, for those with rewards and goals facilities on medical aids, the only way to reach those targets is with a fitness watch, now more than ever is the best time to own one. Fitbit Charge has been one of the best entry level fitness trackers from the first model, with it at the time being the cheapest and most reliable heart rate monitor on the market. There was no fancy colour screen or graphics, just did the job and did it well. Not much has changed in the fourth generation model in terms of aesthetics but the technology that is packs can compete with some of the best in the market.
The Charge 4 features improved battery life of up to 7 days, meaning less charges required, the built-in GPS tracks your pace and distance so its great for running, cycling and hiking. With the built-in GPS, you do not require your phone to be on you to track your work out. Previous models required your phone to be connected and in close proximity. The Charge 4 also notifies you when you'e reached your target rate, so you can continue to maintain that on your workout without having to keep checking your watch. The Charge 4 syncs to the Fitbit app on your mobile device seamlessly, has a host of preloaded exercises to track. The Charge 4 is already available for pre-order for $149,95 on the official Fitbit store as well as a host of bands and accessories