Fitbit Sports Watches
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.
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.
Frankly speaking, I’m docking the Blaze a few points for its looks, but there’s no denying that the watch is a perfect example of what Fitbit does best: unobtrusive and incredibly accurate activity tracking.
Like any other fitness band worth its salt, the Blaze tracks steps and sleep accurately and without any fuss. But Fitbit also took some of the best features from its most expensive activity tracker, the $250 Surge, and baked them into the Blaze.