Fitbit Charge HR

Affordable Running Watch - Fitbit Surge

Affordable Running Watch - Fitbit Surge

It is generally recognized that the Fitness Surge is a fitness tracker that doubles as a running watch with its built-in GPS and wrist-based heart-rate monitor (HRM).

It has a squarish 1.25-inch touchscreen display that is surrounded by a thick bezel. There are two buttons to the right of the display, and one on the left.

The time is always displayed. You can choose to display any of the four watch face options from the Fitbit app.

Fitbit’s Inaccurate Heart Actually Can ‘Put Consumers At Risk’

Fitbit’s Inaccurate Heart Actually Can ‘Put Consumers At Risk’

Nowadays, Fitbit is embroiled in a class-action lawsuit over the accuracy of its heart-rate tracking. As part of their case, the plaintiffs commissioned a scientific study of the accuracy of the Fitbit Charge HR and Surge. Wareable spoke to the scientist who was paid to do the testing, and unsurprisingly, he has bad things to say about Fitbit’s devices.

Fitbit Charge HR Vs Fitbit Blaze : Design

 Fitbit Charge HR Vs Fitbit Blaze : Design

This is going to be a decisive factor in choosing between these two trackers. How it's going to look on your wrist.

If you want the best looking device Fitbit has come up with so far, then go for the Blaze. It's more smartwatch than fitness tracker in stature and while it's not a timeless design, we definitely want to see more of this from Fitbit.

TomTom's Spark (Cardio + Music) Fitness Tracker Review

 TomTom's Spark (Cardio + Music) Fitness Tracker

It can be said with certainly that the TomTom Spark (Cardio + Music) is an activity and fitness tracker which could let you cut the number of gadgets you take on a workout. Apart from a full array of sensors including GPS and heart-rate monitoring, it boasts built-in music storage and playback via Bluetooth. Gizmag recently spent a month with the tracker, to see what it's all about.