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Fitbit Charge 3: Among the Top Dedicated Fitness Trackers

PC MAGAZINE EDITORS’ CHOICE

Fitbit

Charge 3

$149.95

4.5/5 Stars

PROS Crisp screen. Long battery life. Updated with better heart-rate and SpO2 sensors. Safe for swimming. NFC payments on Special Edition.

CONS Swipe interface can be finicky. Proprietary charger.

The Fitbit Charge 2 has been one of our most highly recommended fitness trackers for two years now. With the Charge 3, Fitbit takes a good thing and makes it even better. Thanks to a sharper screen, longer battery life, new sensors, a swim-safe build, and more-informative phone notifications, the Charge 3 features just enough changes to remain the best everyday fitness tracker for casual users. That makes it our Editors’ Choice and one of the

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