Fitbits are some of the most popular wearable fitness trackers, largely because they’re stylish and easy to get to grips with. New to the Fitbit Charge 3 is the strap design. In place of the chunky metal clips seen on Charge 2, there is now just a tiny black button that ejects the strap when pushed (as seen on the Ionic for example), allowing you to easily change the straps.
The biggest difference on the Charge 3, though, is the screen, which is 40% larger than the display of the Charge 2. It’s still black and white, but it has also had a bit of a resolution boost as well as being a proper touchscreen as we mentioned earlier.
It does a great job of tracking your movement, whether you’re playing a sport or just strolling around town, and can even be worn to bed to help track your sleep. Fitbit’s improved general-fitness tracker does just about everything well and covers most everyday needs, including phone notifications.