FITBIT Charge 6 Fitness Tracker


  • 7 days battery life and water-resistant up to 50m
  • Compatibility with iOS 15 or higher & Android OS 9.0 or higher
  • Various fitness features such as heart rate monitoring, built-in GPS, 40+ exercise modes, and daily readiness score
  • Integration with Google Maps, Google Wallet, and Youtube Music Controls
  • Sleep tracking features including personalized sleep profile and Smart Wake vibrating alarm
  • Health monitoring with stress management score, mindfulness sessions, SpO2 monitoring, and heart rate notifications
  • 6-month Premium membership included for deeper insights and guidance
  • Includes Fitbit Charge 6 Tracker in Coral/Champagne Gold Aluminum with small and large straps, charger, and digital display
    (11 customer reviews)
    Last updated on 23/02/2024 18:09 More info

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    Introducing the FITBIT Charge 6 Fitness Tracker, the ultimate companion for fitness enthusiasts! This sleek and stylish device is designed to help you reach your health goals while keeping you motivated and on track.

    With its advanced features, the FITBIT Charge 6 is perfect for anyone who loves staying active. It accurately tracks your steps, distance, and calories burned throughout the day, giving you a comprehensive overview of your daily activity. Whether you’re hitting the gym, going for a run, or simply taking a stroll, this fitness tracker will be by your side, cheering you on every step of the way.

    But that’s not all! The FITBIT Charge 6 also monitors your heart rate, providing valuable insights into your cardiovascular health. It even tracks your sleep patterns, helping you understand your sleep quality and providing personalized tips for better rest. With this device, you’ll have all the tools you need to optimize your fitness routine and improve your overall well-being.

    What makes the FITBIT Charge 6 an exceptional gift for fitness enthusiasts is its ability to connect with your smartphone. You can receive call, text, and calendar notifications right on your wrist, ensuring you never miss an important message while you’re on the move. Plus, with its long battery life, you can wear it all day and night without worrying about recharging.

    So, if you’re looking for a brilliant gift for the fitness enthusiast in your life, the FITBIT Charge 6 Fitness Tracker is the perfect choice. It combines style, functionality, and motivation, making it a must-have accessory for anyone striving to lead a healthy and active lifestyle. Get ready to take your fitness journey to the next level with the FITBIT Charge 6!

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    ‎Coral, Champagne Gold Aluminium


    ‎One Size



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    ‎Calorie, Alarm Clock, Notifications




    ‎40 watts

    Included components

    ‎Device and Charging Cable

    Batteries included








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    Product Dimensions

    ‎8.46 x 2.86 x 16.76 cm, 3 Grams


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    11 reviews for FITBIT Charge 6 Fitness Tracker

    1. Zaffarella

      I’ve had 2 Charge 5’s, the battery failed on the first one, and I live by my stats!
      This new Charge 6 is notably more advanced and accurate, and for me importantly it has many more additional sports including skiing.
      I didn’t like the watch face so much but it was easy to put the screen I wanted and configure in the usual way.
      Also I changed the strap and fitted the one from my old Charge 5 which fits identically.
      As a man with a hairy wrist, pushing the overlap through the strap hole is very uncomfortable, and the strap supplied doesn’t suit me, not at all.
      The charger cable is identical, so it suits that the bedside cradle charger I previously bought works perfectly.
      My biggest gripe is the App, now belonging to Google. The recent upgrade is a step backwards. Things like the watch remaining battery charge are no longer the first things you see. Sleep stats have less data, etc etc.
      Apart from the App, which is still good, just less so, the Charge 6 is excellent. Small form factor, lightweight (certainly compared to my Fenix!) and i love it being ‘Always On’ which you can set up, so it’s always readable.
      Hope this long write up helps!

    2. g1xXx3r

      Et pour profiter de toutes les informations il faut payrt un abonnement annuel que je trouve cher

    3. Paula

      Bought this as an updated version of Fitbit 5. Thought it would be better at recording sleep and steps. How wrong could I be.
      First of all It doesn’t wake up on twisting wrist as stated. Secondly, constantly going off Bluetooth and I carry my phone at all times, therefore not recording accurately.. most of the time two taps do not work, takes quite a few attempts to get to the screen you want. Wallet forget it, utube, nope… overall a massive waste of money. Wish I just stayed with the Fitbit 5 or gone for something more reliable.

    4. Miss P

      Started using it a couple of weeks ago. Took four attempts to sync it with my iPhone. Then when I star walking, it starts an automatic count of exercise minutes that I had to learn how to stop as not all of my walking is cardio exercise? So far YouTube feature just gets the spinning wheel of terror so I don’t use it as it drains the battery. I was happy with the simplicity of my Charge 2. This one feels a bit too much. We’ll see how it goes!

    5. Sean Rogerson

      Really good fitness tracker. Bright display, with lots of useful functions. Battery life is pretty decent compared to other devices on the market.

    6. a

      First, I have to say that
      1) I am allergic to *nothing*. Never was
      2) I own and wear multiple watches with silicon/rubber bracelets, and never had a problem with them
      3) I used other exercise bands before (Huwei, that this one was to replace).
      4) I wear it as described (not too tight, not too loose)
      5) I don’t wear it 24h/7, I remove it in the morning until my lunch walk.
      6) I don’t do a high energy sport: I walk a lot!

      I tried now 3 times to get used to that band. Everytime after a few days I develop pretty strong burns on the arm. Takes weeks to recover as the skin will peel of eventually. As mentioned, I *never* have problems with allergies, this is really *this* band that is the problem.

      Beside that, I don’t think it’s a lot better than my older Huwei one. Bigger screen, etc but really… Also the ‘pestering’ of the fitbit app is rather annoying. They want you to upgrade to their money making skim even if you click the ads away. I already paid for that product, bye now! As a rule I *never* sign up to free membership, it’s always the best way to be automatically enrolled in the paying one when the free bit runs out.

      The GPS might as well not be there. It turns out it is set to try to use the one in your phone, which is probably why you bought a band with built in GPS, right? Because your phone is… in your pocket with no GPS! So out of over a month of use, I managed TWICE to get it to work.

      It’s now too late to return it, but I’m going to try to get a refund for this. I wonder how they managed to get that on the market.

    7. g1xXx3r

      As happy with the 6 as I was with the 5 before it failed.
      Same features higher price. Progress eh?
      Does what it’s supposed to and have noticed a fitness improvement.
      I don’t give 5’s.😉

    8. icymike

      Ich habe das Armband nicht wegen dem Schrittzähler gekauft. Aber der Mist nervt gewaltig. Man sollte es wenigstens abschalten können und in der Featureliste nicht erwähnen. 10 Minuten STILL sitzen 300 Schritte!!! Das können andere besser! Ich kann mich damit arrangieren, dass ich keinen Schrittzähler habe, aber nicht damit dass er so viel Mist anzeigt!!! Und für den Preis…

      Und jetzt gerade sehe ich der Puls ist plötzlich 212. Sitze gerade auch der Couch. Mache eine Kontrollmessung mit einem Gerät aus der Apotheke – 75. Wenn das jetzt häufiger auftritt, geht sie zurück

      Edit 14.02.2024: Das Gerät ist noch keine zwei Wochen in Betrieb gewesen und tritt schon Bildschirmflimmern auf. Offensichtlich tritt das Problem beim Charge 6 schon mal vereinzelt auf. Wenn man recherchiert, findet man Beiträge im Internet. Es sind nicht viele. Daher versuche ich es mal mit dem Tausch. Ergo, das erste Charge 6 geht schon mal nach round about 2 Wochen zurück.

    9. JMP*

      If you want a clean display of date/time and stats like earlier Fitbit Charge you can forget it. Even though there is more screen space than earlier models, some usability clown has decided you must have large whacky fonts, meaningless graphics, and slanted or overlapping texts.

    10. JP. Green

      There was very little to recommend the upgrade from Charge 4 to 5, but given the recent drop in price of the Charge 6 plus its comfortable and improved design I’d certainly recommend to those of you who want to move from earlier models. Nice to have a bit of colour in the display. Obviously, the important thing is not how it looks but how it performs and so far very pleased with its accuracy in terms of tracking various elements – from steps to calories to heart rate. Battery life is standard for the Charge – no major leaps forward here – remove the message notifications and it lasts a little longer of course. Some people have complained that you have to use a Google account – no biggie, it linked to a Google account without issue. All good.

    11. a

      This arrived on time and I got a pretty good price. It was straightforward to set up and has sufficient information for my purposes. I play a lot of sport, principally tennis, and it monitors that and others I participate in very well. I am able to update the Google fit up by using Google health as an intermediary. I am very glad that Google play is not included as that means that apps do not require to be updated by me; particularly Google wallet (that can cause issues from time to time). Simplicity of the device contributes substantially to its excellent battery life. I have not let it run a full 7days but at 5 days I had more than 30% battery life left. I have read a lot of reviews on the web and they criticize this and the Fitbit versa 4 and sense 2 for not having Google play. In my view it is a significant strength not having that. I highly recommend this device.

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