The new Fitbit Charge 6 is a fitness tracker that helps you stay on track with your goals, thanks to advanced health sensors that provide the most accurate heart rate tracking on a Fitbit tracker yet. It also has the ability to connect to compatible gym equipment and fitness apps to see your real-time heart rate during workouts. And with a new haptic side button, 7 days of battery life, and the ability to do even more right from your wrist like control YouTube Music, use Google Maps, and make contactless payments with Google Wallet, it can be helpful to anyone.
Fitbit Charge 6: Pricing and availability
The Fitbit Charge 6 will be available in the United States at a starting price of $159.95 and can be purchased at the Google Store, Fitbit.com, or select global retailers. It comes in three color options: Obsidian, Porcelain, and Coral. There are also new accessories available for the Charge 6 and other Fitbit devices. We expect that it will launch in Ireland in Autumn at a similar starting price, though that has not been confirmed by Google.
Best Fitbit Charge 6 features
More accurate heart rate tracking
Google says that the Fitbit Charge 6 has the most accurate heart rate tracking on a Fitbit tracker yet, thanks to an improved machine learning algorithm that has been optimized for a tracker. This means you can be confident that your heart rate data is accurate, even during vigorous activities like HIIT workouts, spinning, and rowing.
Heart rate tracking is an important metric for fitness enthusiasts, as it can help you track your progress and ensure that you are working out at the right intensity. Accurate heart rate data can also help you identify any potential health problems and is great for more accurate calorie burn tracking as well.
Connecting to apps and machines
Even better is that the Fitbit Charge 6 can be connected to compatible exercise apps and machines so you can stay motivated at home or the gym. Easily and securely connect to compatible exercise equipment via Bluetooth to see your real-time heart rate displayed live during a workout. You can even see real-time heart rate within some of the most popular Android and iOS phone or tablet fitness apps.
Connecting the Charge 6 to fitness apps and machines can help you get the most out of your workouts. You can use fitness apps to track your progress, create personalized workout plans, and compete with friends. You can also use fitness machines to get a more challenging workout and track your results.
Google Maps and Google Wallet
You’ll be able to use Google tools on the Fitbit Charge 6 for the first time. The Charge 6 comes with Google Maps and Google Wallet, making it a convenient way to go from workouts to errands and everywhere in between. You can use Google Maps to get turn-by-turn directions right on your wrist or use Google Wallet to make contactless payments. Having Google Maps and Google Wallet on the Fitbit Charge 6 is a great way to reduce your reliance on your smartphone, as you can use it to navigate to new places without having to carry your phone, and to make contactless payments without having to take out your wallet.