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Thursday, October 4, 2018
Fitbit Charge 3 Available for $150


The Fitbit Charge 3 will be available worldwide, online and at Fitbit.com for $149.95 (USD) beginning October 7.

Charge 3, the latest evolution of the Charge family of devices, delivers a swimproof design with a large touchscreen display, health and fitness features- all powered by up to 7 days of battery life.

About Charge 3:

  • Health & fitness: Take action with Fitbit's health and fitness sensors and algorithms (PurePulse heart rate tracking and relative SpO2); plus 15+ goal-based exercise modes, swim tracking,an on-device health dashboard, female health tracking, automatic Sleep Stages & Sleep Insights, and more.
  • Design: Featuring a swimproof and lightweight design, Charge 3 is also the first wearable with an inductive button, plus it features a more interactive on-device experience.
  • Smart tracker: Stay connected with essential smart features, including expanded smartphone notifications, quick replies on Android (coming soon), everyday apps and easy and secure on-wrist payments with Charge 3 Special Edition (coming soon) - all with up to 7 days battery life.

Fitbit also announced that its Fitbit Labs Sleep Score beta program will be open for enrollment to qualifying Fitbit users starting in November. Fitbit users who are accepted into the beta will receive a nightly score that provides a more complete picture of their overall sleep and what factors affect it based on key metrics tracked by any Fitbit device with advanced 24/7 PurePulse heart rate tracking. For devices with a relative SpO2 sensor, including Fitbit Charge 3, Fitbit Ionic and Fitbit Versa, Fitbit will also be testing for breathing disruptions. In the future, with FDA approval, the data from this sensor technology could indicate more serious health conditions, like sleep apnea.

Fitbit Charge 3 will be available worldwide beginning October 7. The device will also available for sale at Fitbit.com and major online retailers for $149.95 (USD) in black with a graphite aluminum case or blue gray with a rose gold aluminum case; accessories range from $29.95-$49.95 (USD). Coming soon, Fitbit Charge 3 Special Edition with Fitbit Pay will be available for $169.95 (USD).


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