Fitbit Charge HR

Fitbit Charge HR Review

It was my birthday on Saturday and my kids and wife bought me a Fitbit Tracker. More specifically, a Fitbit Charge HR! My family knew that I work out a fair bit and they thought that it would make a great gift. They were so right! I love my Fitbit Charge HR. You can see me wearing it in the photo over there on the right.

I wore it to work for the first time today and am pretty proud to report that I walked 16,990 steps or about 12.56km. I also burned 3138 calories!

While you can get all this information on the Fitbit tracker itself you can also see it in a more appealing way via the Fitbit app. You can see a screenshot of my Fitbit Tracker stats here.

One of the things I love about the Fitbit Charge HR is that it can track so many aspects of my daily activities. This includes steps, distance, floors climbed, calories burned, total amount of minutes I’ve been active as well as telling the time! If I was to go for a run it would also display run time, pace and distance travelled.

My Fitbit Charge HR also monitors my sleep including stats such as hours slept, times awakened and sleep quality. It’s also got a silent vibrating alarm so that I don’t have to worry about waking up the wife. Not that waking her up is a problem as she sleeps like a log.  :times_up:

All that aside I feel, for me, the Fitbit Charge HR’s most important feature is that it continually monitors my heart rate. That’s 24/7! Whether I’m asleep, just sitting in front of the TV or working out the Fitbit tracker gives me continuous update of my heart rate. I can’t wait to test it during tomorrows workout!

Another great feature is that it wirelessly syncs with your smartphone via the app. Using the app you can add other friends who also own a Fitbit. This allows you to see their stats which is a great way to motivate you to improve yours. After all, there’s nothing wrong with a bit of competition is there?

I went on Amazon to see what other people thought of the Fitbit Charge HR tracker and I wasn’t at all surprised to see that I wasn’t the only one who loves their Fitbit. I’ve imported all that information using WP Zon Builder to show you exactly what I mean.

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Dancing Dog iPod Speaker – Golden Retriever

Naturally when you’re buying a gift you do so in the hope that the person getting in will like it. That can depend on several things. It’s easy if you know they need something because they may have mentioned it or you’ve seen them doing something the hard way and you know of something that will make the job easier, like the electronic cork screw I wrote about.

It may even be that you’ve noticed something they own could do with updating, Perhaps they need a new clock or maybe it’s something that you know will bring a smile to their face. Something whose sole purpose is to bring joy to them or even to their kids. That is what the Dancing Golden Retriever iPod Speaker. If they love dogs and music then they’re going to love you if you give them this as a gift. The speaker may not be as good as some of the other Read the rest of this entry

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Review Monster Gratitude In-Ear Headphones

For Music Lovers

Todays great gift idea is aimed at the music lovers of this world. I’m sure that most people would agree with me when I say that the headphones you get with your mp3 player, or even the ones that you get with the latest iPhone is pretty crappy. For the life of me I can’t work out why companies insist on supplying those tiny earphones, that keep popping out of your ears, with their products. I was so pissed off with them that I decided to purchase a more expensive in-ear headphones. I instantly noticed a better sound quality and the fact that it seemed to block out more of the outside noise.

Think about it. You’ve got a piece of technological equipment that has the capacity to play high fidelity sound but your crappy ear phone literally reduces it to normality. The thing is you don’t really want to connect huge headphones to your tiny mp3 player because that would just look dicky.  :thumbs_down: The way around it is to get your hands on some Monster Gratitude In-Ear HeadphonesRead the rest of this entry

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