Meet Fitbit Surge, Fitbit Charge and Fibit ChargeHR

If the rumors and leaks are correct, we might be seeing three different trackers from Fitbit. They are Fitbit Surge, Fitbit Charge and Fibit ChargeHR. They are similar except that the Surge has GPS and heart rate monitor (PurePulse) and ChargeHR has a Heart Rate monitor, while Fitbit Charge remains the basic model.


Not sure if these images are real but they seems legit to me. It has been a long time since the last update from Fibit. The previous Fitbit Force was pulled from the market due to some complains on skin allergies on some users after using it. It did not even make it to Singapore.

Anyway, check out this brochure that shows the Fitbit Charge and Fitbit ChargeHR.


And some more information on the Fitbit Surge (believe at your own risk)

GPS tracking
Get distance, pace, and elevation climbed with built-in GPS, then review routes and split times

PurePulse heart rate
Continuous, automatic wrist-based heart rate monitoring with no uncomfortable chest straps

Made for multi-sport
Record running, cross training, and cardio workouts, then see comprehensive workout summaries that include tailored metrics, workout intensity and calories burned

Activity tracking
Track heart rate, steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned, floors climbed, and active minutes

Smart notifications
See call and text notifications on display and control music right from your wrist

Designed for all-day wear
Sleek, comfortable wristband with customizable watch faces available in black, slate, and tangerine.

Sleep quality + silent alarm
Monitor how long and how well you sleep and wake with a silent vibrating alarm

Wireless syncing + online tools
Sync stats wirelessly and automatically to your computer and to over 60 leading smartphones. See progress, log food, and earn badges through Fitbit’s mobile and online dashboard.

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Share and compete
Share and compete with family and friends in new Fitbit challenges

The Fitbit Surge might cost you US$250 when launched. Hopefully, Singapore can get three of them since my Fitbit Flex just went dead recently.