Fitness band manufacturer has unveiled three new activity and sleep-tracking products: Fitbit Charge, Fitbit Charge HR and Fitbit Surge. Shall we take a closer look for the three products?

Fitbit Charge is a high performance wristband that delivers all-day activity tracking, real-time fitness stats and Caller ID. It is suitable for people who want to take their everyday activities to the next level and improve their overall health. Fitbit Charge features accurate tracking of steps taken, distance travelled, and floor climbed completed with calories burned.  OLED display showing time of the day and real-time stats, automatic sleep detection which understands the sleep and wake times, caller ID to allow the users to always be connected and a water resistant wristband design. It claims to have a 7 days of battery life.

Fitbit Charge HR is an advanced tracker which includes additional automatic wrist-based heart rate, caller ID and all-day activity tracking. It is designed for users who are dedicated to be always fit and want a full picture of their health, in and out gym. Fitbit Charge HR includes the entire feature that Fitbit Charge has with additional of continous 24/7 heart rate to get more accurate all-day calorie burn, reach target workout intensity and maximizes training. The battery life is up to 5 days.

Fitbit Surge is Fitbit most advanced tracker suitable for user who is looking for peak performance. It has all-day fitness tracking with GPS, heart rate monitoring and smartwatch functionality. Surge includes all the feature that Charge HR has including a built-in GPS that delivers stats like pace, distance, elevation, split times, route history and  workout summaries. Keep track of multi-sport activities like running, cross-training, calories burned, caller ID, eight sensors – 3-axis accelerometers, gyroscope, compass, ambient light sensor, GPS and hear rate. The battery life is up to 7 days.