Fitbit Alta HR

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  • Fitbit Alta HR
  • Fitbit Alta HR
  • Fitbit Alta HR
  • Fitbit Alta HR
  • Fitbit Alta HR
  • Fitbit Alta HR

Specs / Features


Get the power of continuous heart rate in Fitbit's slimmest design yet-all day, during workouts and beyond | With heart rate, you can better measure calorie burn, and use zones (Fat Burn, Cardio, and Peak) to find the right workout intensity for your goals. | With sleep stages powered by PurePulse heart rate, automatically track your time spent in light, deep and REM sleep (coming soon) and take steps toward a better night's rest. | See how working out more can improve your health by comparing your resting heart rate trends to your activity. | Automatically track your steps, distance, calories... More

Get the power of continuous heart rate in Fitbit's slimmest design yet-all day, during workouts and beyond | With heart rate, you can better measure calorie burn, and use zones (Fat Burn, Cardio, and Peak) to find the right workout intensity for your goals. | With sleep stages powered by PurePulse heart rate, automatically track your time spent in light, deep and REM sleep (coming soon) and take steps toward a better night's rest. | See how working out more can improve your health by comparing your resting heart rate trends to your activity. | Automatically track your steps, distance, calories burned and active minutes with up to 7 hours of battery life

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Specification
Brand Fitbit
Size 4 x 1 cm (1.6 x 0.4 in)

Reviews (7/10 Avg. rating)


The Next Web

Tiny and powerful

from The Next Web
It’s a lot smaller than most of the competition, and having more choices is always a good thing. But unless you have the tiniest of wrists or want to wear a tracker alongside a traditional watch, you should almost certainly just get a Charge 2 instead... Full review
PC Magazine

Attractive design, accurate heart rate readings

from PC Magazine
With the Alta HR, Fitbit updates its most stylish tracker with continuous heart rate monitoring, better battery life, and smarter sleep tracking. Fashion-conscious self-quantifiers: This may be the device you've been waiting for... Full review
Tom's Guide

Slim, stylish and a bit frustrating

from Tom's Guide
The $149 Fitbit Alta HR is a sensible update to the original Alta, with heart rate monitoring and better sleep tracking, in an equally slim and stylish package. However, if you don’t mind a slightly thicker, but just as attractive, device, consider the Fitbit Charge 2, which is easier to use and won’t have you reaching for your phone as often... Full review
Ars Technica

A true all-day, all-night fitness tracker

from Ars Technica
The Alta HR is still geared toward most people, or a large percentage of the population that cares about their fitness enough to want to be better. The marriage of a solid heart-rate monitor, extensive sleep data, all-day activity tracking, long battery life, and a simple-yet-customisable design are the foundations of a fitness tracker I'd want to wear all day, every day, for more than a few months. All of that, combined with its £130 price, makes the Alta HR a fitness tracker that will never end up at the bottom of a dresser drawer... Full review

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