Fitbit is quickly becoming the Xerox or Kleenex of fitness trackers, but its popularity hasn't come without a few hurdles. With the Fitbit Charge 2, we finally get a device that's polished enough to justify the hype.
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After two years in the wilderness -- so to speak -- Fitbit has a replacement for its now-middle-aged Charge and Charge HR fitness trackers. The new Charge 2 adds GPS tracking for your workouts -- although not built into the wristband itself -- and a host of other fitness tracking software features, like a new Cardio Fitness Level metric for you to base your overall fitness on. The hardware has evolved, too, with a bigger screen and removable wrist straps. One of the best fitness trackers you could buy is now even better.
After two years, Fitbit has reinvented the Charge and the Flex, its two most popular activity and fitness trackers. Australia gets the Charge 2 before anywhere else in the world -- to capitalise on the Father's Day gift-giving frenzy -- and the upgrades it makes are pretty significant.