The all new Fitbit Alta HR has a statement thin, rectangular, monochrome LED display with a removable strap which can be replaced with a new one. The wrist band is a classical buckle design which make it more secure and efficient.
This super handy Fitbit Alta HR can monitor the heart rate both in active and resting states, along with steps, distance walked and calorie count, serving as a great fitness tracker.
This new gadget comes with a feature of keeping a record of time spent in light, dark, awake states as well as the graphical details of Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep that you’re getting complimented with short improvement tips.
The new Fitbit Alta HR gives a whole new scope by its ability to connect with your friends and sync-ing data to the apps like MyFitnessPal, Strava, Endomondo etc.
The battery life is quite remarkable and lasts as long as other models of same kind, lasting upto 5-7 days and making it worth all the bucks.
The only disappointment is the performance of FitBit Alt HR in underwater, which makes swimmers look elsewhere for other options. Despite that, Fitbit Alt HR tracks pretty much everything that you can ask for. It’s an easy, hands-off way of keeping record of your everyday activities.
The only competitor this gadget has got is its own stablemate, the Fitbit Charge 2. Priced lower than this and coming with extra screen space and additional features like barometer altimeter makes it more accurate in tracking elevations. But whichever product you choose, you will not regret your decision.
FitBit Alta HR is available for $149.95 here.