Fitbit Alta HR

7.8/10 AVG.
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  • Fitbit Alta HR
  • Fitbit Alta HR
  • Fitbit Alta HR
  • Fitbit Alta HR
  • Fitbit Alta HR
  • Fitbit Alta HR

Fitbit has improved on almost every aspect of the original Fitbit Alta, and created an impressive wearable for everyday wear.

- Nick Broughall , finder.com.au 

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

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

Reviews (7.8/10 Avg. rating)


finder.com.au

Waking up the wearables

from finder.com.au
The Alta HR isn't a tracker for super-active people looking to comprehensively track every aspect of their fitness regime, at least not exclusively. Instead, the Alta HR is designed to appeal to the general market, with a design that can suit almost everyone, and interchangeable bands to suit almost any occasion... Full review
The Indian Express

The slimmest one, also smarter than before

from The Indian Express
Should you buy? Yes, if you want the thinnest Fitbit around. There is nothing really wrong with the Fitbit Alta HR and you will enjoy wearing this device, which should be able to help you make informed decisions about your health. Meanwhile, I think the Fitbit Charge 2 is still a great product offering and those who don’t want to spend so much on the Alta HR, this has to be on the radar... Full review
Android Authority

A well-made, basic activity tracker

from Android Authority
You pay a little more for a Fitbit as compared with similar products from other manufacturers, but in exchange you get a reliable brand with a thriving ecosystem. It’s nice to wear, good at what it does, and has a decent amount of features for basic health and light activity tracking. If you are a casual user looking to collect a little data about your health and maybe shed a few pounds, then the Fitbit Alta HR is a fairly comprehensive and very reliable choice... Full review
Pocket-lint

A fantastic activity tracker with plenty on offer

from Pocket-lint
The Alta is by far the most stylish Fitbit thanks to its slim body and interchangeable straps. Add heart-rate tracking and improved sleep tracking and the Alta HR steps things up to a notable degree. Fitbit hasn't added waterproofing or elevation data to the Alta HR and some of the useful Charge 2 features have also been omitted, but the addition of the PurePulse heart-rate monitor is a huge win for such a slim device... Full review
Mobile Syrup

A good place to start

from Mobile Syrup
Alta HR's smaller footprint, more stylish looks and simpler interface will make up for its shorter feature list. If that's you, then the Alta HR will make for a great fitness tracker. That said, if you see yourself developing a more complicated workout routine, then consider the Charge 2 or the recently announce Garmin Vivosmart 3... Full review
Wired

Made to measure

from Wired
The Alta HR does exactly what it promises. It logs your daily activity, reliably and consistently monitors your heart rate, and synthesizes the data to suggest healthier choices. Plus, the thing has incredible stamina: I wore it around the clock for a week before it prompted me to recharge it... Full review
Alphr

Better sleep analysis and heart-rate monitoring, but it's pricey

from Alphr
All-in-all, the Fitbit Alta HR is typical Fitbit. It’s competent, easy to use and understand. It tracks the things casual fitness fans need, will help them keep on top of their daily activity, and understand more about when to do more and how to get healthier. It isn’t the ideal tracker for specific sports, however, or those serious about training to hit particular goals – for that, I’d recommend a TomTom Spark or a Garmin running watch... Full review
Android Guys

One of the most lightweight fitness trackers on the marke

from Android Guys
All in all, I’ve loved every second that I’ve spent with the Alta HR. This truly is one of the best options on the market and offers an experience that allows me to truly forget that it’s on my wrist unless there’s something that needs to be seen. Between the battery life, comfortability, and integration with Fitbit’s mobile app, there’s really not much else to say here. Other than the fact that unless you really want a bigger display, the Fitbit Alta HR is a home run... Full review
Android Police

Compromising features for a slim profile

from Android Police
If the Alta HR existed in a vacuum, it would be easy to recommend as a good tracker that gets the essentials right and offers handy bonuses like continuous heart rate tracking while still keeping a slim profile. But hikers, runners, bikers, and anyone who obsesses over every stat during their exercise and likes to push themselves harder every time, need not apply. This isn't the tracker for you and your money is better spent on a Charge 2... Full review
The Verge

A much better activity tracker than I expected

from The Verge
All of this may seem like I’m feeling fairly non-committal toward the new Fitbit, when in truth I like what Fitbit has done holistically with this product. It’s still the same bracelet-like Fitbit from last year, but with one hardware addition and one new software feature that improve the overall experience. Its battery life lasted me nearly a week, from a Wednesday night to the following Wednesday, on a single charge. This is more impressive when you consider the added heart rate sensors... Full review

Amazon.com Reviews Summary

303 from Amazon.com

303 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the Fitbit Alta HR. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 4.1 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.

8.2/10

Amazon.ca Reviews Summary

1 from Amazon.ca

1 Amazon.ca shoppers shared a review for the Fitbit Alta HR. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 5 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.ca customer reviews.

10/10

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