Not the youngest kit on the block, the Fitbit fitness monitors and health trackers have moved on since the release of the Charge 3 in October 2018.
The new Fitbit Sense focuses on wellbeing and stress management, the Versa is a great way to up your energy with the use of motivational energy and personal goals.
Something about the Charge 3
So what is it about the Charge 3 that really makes it a stayer in the fit watch arena?
Since the release of newer models the price has dropped on the Charge 3, so that probably plays a big part. In terms of functionality, it still ticks all the boxes. The Charge 4 has GPS which is missing from the Charge 3, but it has a larger screen than the Charge 2 and has a tracking modes for a variety of exercises, along with heart rate and sleep monitoring.
Comfortable, good looking and the battery lasts a week, you can receive texts and it's water resistant to a depth of 50m - enough to swim and shower in.
Fitbit Charge 3 straps
With the fitness monitor being available for over 2 years, the range of replacement straps has grown and features some great new straps such as the patterned strap and the scrunchie straps as well as nylon, metal and leather.
To look through the Fitbit Charge 3 collection, please click here.