I bought Fitbit Charge 2. Due to physical reasons, my colleagues suggested that I take part in more physical exercise. I always feel listless when I go to work every day and dream of sleeping at night. Without any equipment test, I feel poor.
I am a person who doesn't like sports very much. I come out and work 8 hours a day. There is no other arrangement for the rest of the time. Due to the COVID-19, the company let us all work at home and found that we had no spirit every day.
At the suggestion of my colleagues, I chose to walk quickly in the park near our block. I bought a heart rate and sleep tracking device Fitbit Charge 2. Here is my unboxing experience. I hope you can like it too.
Let's unbox the new Charge 2. From Fitbit opening up the box, we have the Charge to itself, but let's keep it aside for the moment, the user manual, the proprietary charging cable, the instruction manual again it's a fitness tracker, value. Finally, here is the Charge. It's worth noting that the strap is detachable, given that the belt wearing out was one of the most significant issues with the force and the Charge. This is a welcome change, and this should cause Fitbit to issue fewer replacements bearings your regular ordeal.
Once you download the Fitbit app, please go to devices to search for the tracker. Wait for a while, and follow the on-screen instructions. Searching takes time. Thankfully you have to do it once. Even if you move to a different device, you need to sign into this Fitbit app, and the tracker would automatically be detected.
Now let me enter the code that appears on the Charge 2 display, an OLED display. There's an update available for the tracker, so I'll do it. It's now updated.
Anyway, moving on here, the app introduces you to the Charge tools features and lets you walk through the basics, like navigation and so on.
Like the original Charged, the Charge 2 supports a quick view to the back, and you can find the heart rate sensor to the left. There is a button that you need to press to navigate between the functions or the exercises. Long-pressing the button will let you use the process.
For example, you can use a stopwatch or use the run option that calculates the time and the distance you have, and tapping on the top or the bottom will show you stats about that particular function.
There are other features like cardio fitness, level guided breathing sessions, and so on. It's worth noting that the Charge 2 is sweat rain and splash-proof but not swim or showerproof.
Let's now explore the Fitbit app here. You can view your daily stats, steps taken, heart rate, distance, calories burned, and so on. More information can be found inside each of these.
Over here, you can set the activity goals. Tap here to view your stats on a weekly, monthly, or yearly basis. Sliding in from the left, you can find challenges.
Here this section is what makes Fitbit one of the best some goals and challenges can be set. For example, with cold a UN up to nine, other people can strive to hit your purpose, your preset number of steps, while motivating each other, you get to send group messages, cheer each other and view your friends is stepped on.
Let's now talk about the intelligent track feature. This is one of my favorite features. It's an automatic exercise detection feature that can track running, biking, and so on. My default innovative rack recognizes an activity that lasts for 15 minutes or more. However, it can be set to anywhere between 10 and 90 minutes. You can turn this feature off if you want to, the reason you might wish to better battery life or you may not use an elliptical machine or a bike so that you can turn the auto-recognition off for those particular exercises.
Fitbit Charge 2 unboxing review above. I also used the Fitbit tracker for the first time. I feel this Charge 2 is very light.
If you feel the same as me, you feel exhausted every day. Would you please join in the exercise?