After the somewhat lackluster launch of the Alta and Blaze, Fitbit is returning to its two most popular fitness trackers, the Charge and the Flex, and giving them a long-awaited overhaul. The more expensive of the two, the Charge 2 ($149) features a new design with a much larger display, interchangeable bands and enhanced activity tracking, as well as a new tool to help you find your inner calm. Are these tweaks enough to keep Fitbit as the leader of the fitness tracker market?
A Classier, More Personalized Design
The Charge 2 takes elements from both the Charge HR and the Alta; it’s about as wide as the former, but has the angular stylings of the latter, making this a much more attractive tracker. The face has a large black square screen, with a button on the left.
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