Fitbit Charge 5 Advanced Health and Fitness Tracker with Built-in GPS


Brand: Fitbit
Model Name: Charge 5
Style: Modern
Color: Graphite/Black
Screen Size: 1.04 Inches
Special Feature: GPS, Stress Tracking, Heart Rate Monitor, Sleep Monitor, ECG, Distance Tracker, Touchscreen, Calorie Tracker, Daily Workout MemoryGPS, Stress Tracking, Heart Rate Monitor, Sleep Monitor, ECG, Distance Tracker, Touchscreen, Calorie Tracker, Daily Workout Memory See more
Shape: Heart
Target Audience: Unisex Adult
Age Range (Description): Adult
Compatible Devices: Smartphone
Optimize your workout routine with a Daily Readiness Score that reveals if you’re ready to exercise or should focus on recovery (Requires Fitbit Premium membership). Compatibility-Apple iOS 15 or higher, Android OS 9 or higher .Operating Temperature : -10°C to + 45°C.Radio transceiver : Bluetooth.
Get a daily Stress Management Score showing your body’s response to stress and take steps to improve your levels with an on-wrist EDA sensor mindfulness session. Band Size:Sm: Fits wrist 5.1″- 6.7″ . Lrg: Fits wrist 6.7″ – 8.3″ in circumference
Track your heart health with high & low heart rate notifications and a compatible ECG app (The Fitbit ECG app is available in select countries. Not intended for use by people under 22 years old.)
With the Health Metrics dashboard, track SpO2, heart rate variability, skin temperature variation and more (Not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition and should not be relied on for any medical purposes.)
See your real-time pace & distance without your phone using built-in GPS during outdoor activity, then see a map of your workout route in the Fitbit app
Your stats come to life on a new color touchscreen that’s two times brighter than Charge 4 in daylight, all with up to 7-day battery (varies with use and other factors)
Track calorie burn and optimize workouts with 24/7 heart rate tracking and Active Zone Minutes, which guide you toward your desired intensity level
Get a better understanding of your sleep quality with a daily Sleep Score and graphs of your time in light, deep and REM sleep—then see how you can improve your sleep and wake up feeling energized
Includes a 6-month Premium membership complete with personalized insights, advanced analytics, guided programs and more (New & returning Premium users only. Must activate trial within 60-days of device activation. Content and features may change)

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Fitbit Charge 5 + Premium connects the dots between your activity, sleep, and stress so you can make the best decisions for your body, mind, and health. It all starts with your 6-month Premium membership and Daily Readiness, a score based on activity, sleep and heart rate variability (HRV) that helps you optimize your workout routine. And you’ll always have the motivation to reach new goals with hundreds of guided workouts, a gallery of refreshing mindfulness sessions plus the fitness features you know and love like Active Zone Minutes and built-in GPS. Fitbit is part of the Google family. Requires use of Fitbit app with compatible iPhone or Android devices. A Google account will be required.

Additional information

Weight 1.02 kg
Dimensions 0.9 × 0.44 cm
Product Dimensions

‎ 1.45 x 0.9 x 0.44 inches; 1.02 Ounces

Item model number



1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

‎ August 26, 2021



Country of Origin

‎ Malaysia


Fitbit, ‎ Fitbit Inc

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  1. 04

    by Robert Mccullough Jr.

    It’s just OK. The software is pretty good, but the device has failed after 5 months. Ive tried to use their reset procedure but it doesn’t work at all. The device simply shakes, so it’s getting power. Hopefully, you don’t buy it and face the diappoinment I currently have. Hopefully fitbit customer service can rectify this situation.The 20 min later… Customer service has set a UPS label and a new device will be sent… I’ve seen on some forums to delete the device from Bluetooth… NEVER DO THIS.Fitbits recovery procedure from the black screen of death / no functionality is below.Please do the following on the appTo sync your Fitbit device: 1. Open the Fitbit app2. Within the Today tab, press and hold the screen while pulling down.If nothing is happening please make sure you tapped below the Today screen text and then pull down.After that ,please do thisWith your device nearby, in the Fitbit app, tap the Today tab thenDevices then your device.Tap GallerythenClocks tab.Browse the available clock faces. Tap the clock face you want then Install.

  2. 04

    by Precise Disarray

    For stuff like this, I sort by “most recent reviews”. I did that and saw all the negatives, but I still went with it, and I will tell you why. I simply like the brand overall despite some frustrations and wasting of money, haha.I think buying a Fitbit product is taking a risk. I am still reticent to move to another brand because I havent found one I really like, and I almost never like the apps. I simply havent been impressed enough to want to make a change. I have been gifted or borrowed other brands, and I still come back to fitbit. So I just view Fitbit as a throw away item that is sure to crapp out within 2 years. Not sure if it is the product or my body chemistry as my husband STILL uses his Fitbit Blaze from late 2015 to this day. ME? I went through 2 Blazes, and several others in the same time period.I have been using Fitbit nearly exclusively for 9 years straight. I have had the early model “fitbit” (whatever it was before HR came on the scene. circa 2014), then the first Fitbit Charge, Blaze (2 of them!), Versa 2, Sense, and then very recently I went backwards to the Inspire 3 and this Charge 5, simultaneously. I bought them both as the combined price was less than one smartwatch.I decided that I really didnt take advantage of all the features of the smartwatch, and so when my Sense crappped out exactly 2 years, I decided to go with a more basic model. I hemmed and hawed between the Inspire 3 and Charge 5.For my detailed review of the Inspire 3, 

  3. 04

    by Starry Messenger

    A useful aid to seeing my health metricsAfter much deliberation, I decided upon getting this for my first smartwatch. As expected, it arrived promptly and in good condition. The watch came pre-fitted with a regular size strap, though a longer one – which I didn’t need – was also included in the box.It was easy to follow the quick-start guide to link the watch to my (Android) Pixel 4a phone. And it’s the Fitbit app downloaded to the phone where some of the watch’s parameters can be changed, and where summary health and fitness data can best be viewed. Charging the phone was easy too. I decided not to unlock the premium trial, because I had no intention of paying for the service once the free period was over. As with any new strap, it took me a short while to decide how tight the strap should be on my wrist – and it now fits comfortably, which is quite important given that the watch is kept on my wrist overnight. I easily changed the watch display to one that included my heart rate.Accessing the various functions that come with the watch involves swiping up-or-down, or left-or-right, on the watch face. It will probably take me a while to work out and remember what function is where. I’ve used online searches to discover how to do some initial setups – having distances measured in miles rather than kilometres, and temperature in Celsius rather than Fahrenheit, for example – but it wasn’t always obvious what to do.I’ve also started to get weekly Fitbit statistics emailed to me, which I find interesting. All in all, I’m pleased with the watch. I evaluate it as a 4-star rating because I would have liked a short quick-reference guide to be included in the box: I don’t like constantly having to look things up online.

  4. 04

    by Rachel Chadfield

    Steps awarded for cycling??!!I’m quite happy with this Fitbit apart from one gripe.It does what it claims as far as I can tell, and the heart rate it records is not too far off that I get from a chest strap HRM. Sleep recording seems about right, although it’s not good at detecting that I’m awake in the morning sat reading in bed.The app gives a good set of reports that provide a wealth of information for the user to spend hours looking at. Of course, it’s only useful if you choose to take steps to enhance your scores.My gripe is that, as a cyclist, it insists on recording “steps” while I’m out on the bike. It does this even when I select “cycling” as an activity! That’s why I awarded 3 for accuracy. I get 1,250 – 1,500 steps for each 15 minutes on the bike! Bonkers. Checking chats on the web this “feature” has been highlighted by users since 2018 and Fitbit have obfuscated the whole issue. Now apparently they claim it’s a “feature to award steps for all types of activity”. So, the Charge 5 is hopeless if you want to record bike activity as distance and separately record Steps taken during the day. Apparently it does the same thing for swimming and other “non-step” activities. All it needs is an option to “not count steps when on this activity” – surely a simple software update that shouldn’t take 5 years to sort out.Also using the GPS when on a bike ride eats the battery – don’t expect it to survive much more than an hour from fully charged. So, as a bike activity recording device – hopeless.Battery life (without GPS use) is good – I’m getting a full week on a charge.To conclude, neat, works well, good app but stupid recording of “steps” for non-walking activities.

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