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Fitbit Alta HR, Black, Large (US Version)

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Amazon Price: $149.95 $148.92 You save: $1.03 (1%). (as of June 23, 2018 3:46 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Move to the beat of you with Fitbit Alta HR-the heart rate wristband that motivates you to reach your goals in style. Jumpstart your fitness journey with PurePulse heart rate and SmartTrack automatic exercise recognition. Track your all-day activity and sleep, stay connected with smartphone notifications, and get friendly Reminders to Move. Using Bluetooth LE wireless technology, Fitbit Alta HR sends smartphone notifications and syncs automatically to computers and 200+ mobile devices. Smartphone notifications may require Android 5.0+. Syncing range: Up to 30 feet Syncing requires Bluetooth LE and Internet connection. Windows 10 computers that do not have Bluetooth LE will need a wireless sync dongle in order to sync. Syncs with Mac OS X 10.6 and up, iPhone 4S and later, iPad 3 gen. and later, Android 4.4 and later, and Windows 10 devices. The Fitbit Alta HR wristband is made of a flexible, durable elastomer material similar to that used in many sports watches. The tracker is made with surgical-grade stainless steel, and the buckle is made with aluminum. The Alta HR gunmetal tracker is made with premium PVD plating, and the rose gold tracker is plated with 22k rose gold.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.6 x 0.6 x 1.3 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B06VXC2FJP
  • UPC: 816137024037
  • Item model number: FB408SBKL
  • Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Customer Reviews

For a girl who has owned them all I’ve finally found "the one"!

 on March 17, 2017
By Faith Flippo
I started out a long time ago with a classic Flex. Upgraded to the Charge HR eventually. I never really used it. When the Alta came out I was in love but missed the heart rate feature, but loved that the bands came off the tracker. Now… I eventually bought a Charge 2, and that tracker is AMAZING. However… if you’re looking for a smaller screen that’s a little more simplistic while keeping the heart rate feature, Alta HR is for you. Overall not a huge difference between the Charge 2 and Alta HR, in terms of what they can do. The Charge 2 has more options on the screen itself, where in the app, the Alta HR can do the same things. The Charge 2 has a bump where the heart rate monitor is and it can be uncomfortable on the wrist. The Alta HR is much slimmer while keeping the heart rate. If you’re looking for a slimmer size that is more versatile, I would pick the Alta HR.

Glad to move from Charge HR to Alta HR

 on March 28, 2017
By Taita18
I had a Charge HR for about a year. Happily switched to the Alta HR when it came out. My wrist is 6.5” and I got a large. I wear it on the second smallest hole (with the Charge HR I’d worn it on the third smallest). I like the large because it can fit around my ankle if I want, and the extra strap fits across most of my under-wrist which I think looks good.

A design I like with the features I wanted!

 on March 23, 2017
By Enmagi
I had seen a coworker’s Alta a while back and debated getting one but was disappointed that it didn’t do HR. I didn’t like the bulkiness of the Fitbits which did measure heart rate. So I started doing research — trying to decide what features I did and didn’t need. I have been using my phone to track my steps and whatnot to this point. I stopped by the fitbit website to see if they had new offerings and there it was. Exactly what I wanted!

Slit fit, but not slim capabilities

 on May 12, 2017
By Tori B
I’ve only had this for a couple days so I will update as time goes on. So far so good with this tracker! I’ve had the Fitbit flex, charge, and charge HR as well as a polar FT7 and M400. The polar watches I like but I felt they were too big for daily use. With the charge and charge HR I again thought they were too big for daily use. The Alta HR so far has been great for all day use since it’s slimmer than any other fitness tracker. I like the display and have mine set to show the time and my heart rate. I tested the HR monitor out by wearing my polar H7 chest strap and then comparing the results from the polar h7 chest strap to the Alta hr and they were actually pretty similar. Overall I’m really happy with my Alta hr!

I was very happy when the Fitbit Alta HR was announced

 on March 26, 2017
By CC
I really wanted a small slim tracker, I have very slender wrists. And I wanted one with a continuous heart rate monitor but all trackers with those where to big for me. I was very happy when the Fitbit Alta HR was announced. I have had it for going on 1 week now and I am very pleased. It fits well on my wrist and doesn’t look guady at all. The watch like clasp is great, the clasp on old fitbits were awful, they did a wonderful update with these ones. The continuous heart rate tracker is exactly what I was hoping it would be. So far I am extremely pleased with my purchase. I would give this 5 stars, my only reason I’m holding off is because I want to see how long the battery lasts on a full charge. Will update then.

I love this Fitbit

 on June 13, 2017
By Becca Marie
I love this Fitbit.

I love my Fitbit

 on April 25, 2017
By Brittany
I love my Fitbit! I think you can get the best usage out of it by also using the phone app. It not only tracks steps, but also heart rate, sleep patterns, food intake, water intake, and exercise.

Great Tracker but Don’t Buy Coral

 on April 17, 2017
By Amashley
I use to have a Fitbit flex and I decided to upgrade to the Fitbit Alta HR. It’s a great tracker and helps keep me moving. I synced it to my phone so my fitbit will tell me what number is calling even if my phone is across the room. I can even read text messages on it. The step tracking seems accurate to me. The new sleep tracking is one of my favorite things about this fitbit. With my old fitbit flex I use to have to tell it when I was going to sleep for it to even track my sleep, this Fitbit Altra HR does it all automatically and even tells me what sleep stages I was in and for how long. I do wish the charger was a little longer the cord is very short.
 

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