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Fitbit Charge 6 Fitness Tracker with Google Apps, Heart Rate, GPS, and More – 6-Months Premium Membership Included – Obsidian/Black, One Size

  • Heart Rate monitoring on Exercise Equipment through Bluetooth
  • 40+ Exercise Modes and Built-in GPS
  • Active Zone Minutes and Daily Readiness Score
  • Health features: ECG, irregular Heart Rhythm Notifications, Oxygen saturation Monitoring
  • 7-day battery life and Water-resistance up to 50m
  • Stress Management Score and Nightly Sleep Score
  • Includes 6-month Premium membership for deeper insights and guidance
  • Compatible with iOS 15 or higher & Android OS 9.0 or higher


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Fitbit Charge 6 Fitness Tracker with Google Apps, Heart Rate, GPS, and More – 6-Months Premium Membership Included – Obsidian/Black, One Size
Fitbit Charge 6 Fitness Tracker with Google Apps, Heart Rate, GPS, and More – 6-Months Premium Membership Included – Obsidian/Black, One Size


Introducing the Fitbit Charge 6 Fitness Tracker

The Fitbit Charge 6 Fitness Tracker is a cutting-edge wearable device designed to help you stay on top of your fitness and health goals. Packed with a range of features and tools, this fitness tracker is your ultimate companion for a healthier lifestyle.

Key Features:

  • Heart Rate on Equipment via Bluetooth
  • 40+ Exercise Modes
  • Built-in GPS
  • Active Zone Minutes
  • Daily Readiness Score
  • 24/7 Heart Rate Monitoring
  • All-day Activity Tracking
  • Cardio Fitness Level
  • Automatic Exercise Tracking
  • Workout Intensity Map
  • Reminders to Move

Stay Connected and Comfortable

With Youtube Music Controls, Google Maps integration, Google Wallet, and smartphone notifications, the Fitbit Charge 6 keeps you connected on the go. The vibrant color touchscreen is customizable with various clock faces, and features a timer and stopwatch.

Advanced Health Monitoring

Get accurate heart rate readings, ECG and irregular Heart Rhythm Notifications, Oxygen saturation (SpO2) Monitoring, Resting Heart Rate insights, and High/Low Heart Rate Notifications for a comprehensive view of your health.

Additional Features

  • 7-day battery life
  • Water-resistant up to 50m
  • Stress Management Score
  • Nightly Sleep Score
  • On-wrist mindfulness session
  • Smart Wake alarm
  • Sleep and Do not disturb modes

Premium Membership

Enjoy a 6-month Premium membership included with the Fitbit Charge 6 for deeper insights, exclusive workouts, mindfulness sessions, and more to enhance your fitness journey.


  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 4 x 4 inches
  • Item Weight: 5 ounces
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi
  • GPS: Enabled
  • Special features: Sleep Monitor, Multisport Tracker, ECG, Activity Tracker, GPS, Contactless Payments
  • Color: Black Case w/ Black Band
  • Standing screen display size: 1.04 inches

What's in the Box:

Fitbit Charge 6 Tracker (Size Small and Large Straps included), Charging Cable

Compatible with iOS 15 or higher & Android OS 9.0 or higher, the Fitbit Charge 6 is your ultimate fitness companion.

Manufacturer: Fitbit | Country of Origin: Malaysia | Date First Available: September 28, 2023


Additional information

Specification: Fitbit Charge 6 Fitness Tracker with Google Apps, Heart Rate, GPS, and More – 6-Months Premium Membership Included – Obsidian/Black, One Size

Product Dimensions

6 x 4 x 4 inches

Item Weight

5 ounces

Item model number



1 Lithium Ion batteries required.

Connectivity technologies



Gps enabled

Special features

Sleep Monitor, Multisport Tracker, ECG, Activity Tracker, GPS, Contactless Payments

Other display features


Human Interface Input



Black Case w, Black Band

Whats in the box

Device, Band, Charging Cable



Country of Origin


Date First Available

September 28, 2023


0.14 Kilograms

Standing screen display size


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4497 reviews for Fitbit Charge 6 Fitness Tracker with Google Apps, Heart Rate, GPS, and More – 6-Months Premium Membership Included – Obsidian/Black, One Size

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  1. bug

    It tracks your activity with more accurate. What I don’t like is the screen wakes up in the night for no reason and it requires time to sync with the app everytime to view your activity. Over all a very good product and affordable.

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  2. H

    I am a fan of Fitbit. This is probably my fifth or sixth and they all have been good. The Charge 6 GREATLY improves the screen brightness and utility.

    My only complaint about Fitbits are:

    (a) The bands kinda suck. Not only are they unattractive, uncomfortable and clunky to use, they used to straight-up fail, unbuckle and just fall off. I’ve lost 2 Fitbits that way. (Hence I’ve had 5 🙂 Where possible I replace them with 3rd-party bands.

    (b) They seem to not like the cold. I wear mine skiing, underneath both a jacket and glove, but I’ve had two batteries fail after exposure to cold from skiing. And this is not in the Artic; the temperatures were probably 10-20 degrees, tho warmer at my arm, of course.

    But overall I recommend them.

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  3. Danielle C

    I bought 2 of these, both arrived same day.
    One connected, paired, synced with ease and has continued to do so. Whole set up took maybe 10 minutes from start to software update finish. Steps seem accurate. Disappointed that there is no flight of stairs count. But band and weight feels good on wrist and works!

    Second one took 45 minutes to connect and reconnect, about another 20 minutes to try to pair with app and then update of software took another hour (kept dropping connection). Sync wouldn’t happen unless I attempted over and over. Returned this one. The connection issues were immediate and item looked brand new.

    I’ve yet to figure out how to sync this with apple health or fitness. Apple and Google need to get along!

    Fitbit app is easy to use. I’m happy with the working one!

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  4. Heather

    Bought January 2024. So, I have had an Apple Watch since 2017. I LOVED it. But I didn’t love the battery time. The things I was interested in, like sleep tracking, I couldn’t do because it needed to charge or I couldn’t use it the next day. My mom has a Fitbit and for years was telling me to get one. After some health issues, I needed to start being more cognizant of my health. I didn’t want to spend another $5-600 on an Apple Watch that at most gets 2 days of battery now. I was interested in the Oura ring, but I have 60 lbs. to lose and those can’t be sized as you lose weight. So I researched and found the Fitbit Charge 6 was my best choice.

    Mostly pro’s.
    It is really comfortable. When I fell asleep accidentally with the Apple Watch my wrist was sore after. So far, I’m getting 6-7 days of charge out of it, which is a game changer. I now don’t miss days of tracking because I forgot to charge it.
    I feel like the screen size is appropriate and it’s well made. I’m not sure about the accuracy, but reviews I’ve watched where people test them they seem close enough. And that’s good enough for me, I want a baseline.
    You can adjust the haptics for notifications, I have it on the hardest vibration and it’s awesome. It’s easy to read the screen, just 2 taps. It says you can water lock it for swimming/shower but I haven’t utilized that yet.
    The app… okay so when I purchased this (January 2024) they offered the premium app for 6 months free, then $80 a year. I will be keeping the premium. It still can be used without, but I want ALL the metrics you can get as well as meditations and workouts. It has replaced MyFitnessPal because I can track everything in this app. It also links with my Bluetooth scale. You can track steps, miles, calories, exercise, activity minutes (150 minutes a week as recommended), standing activity by getting up every hour for 250 steps, (it reminds you). SpO2, HRV, skin temp., HR, sleep (including stages). I’m sure I’m forgetting something. I haven’t used the GPS function which I heard drains the battery significantly.

    Somewhat cons, or things I would appreciate it having. This device is logged in through Google. I do see messages and notifications from my iPhone 13, but are unable to respond which is fine. You can control YouTube music, but not your Apple Music. It’s Just an adjustment from my Apple Watch. I’m also not able to sync it with Apple Maps because I hate Google maps. And I haven’t figured out how to use that between my phone and the Fitbit yet even after watching tutorials. I wish they had more watch faces to choose from, I think there was about 12?. I just felt like the one I picked was as close to what I wanted, but it wasn’t. The time takes up a large portion of the screen which I feel like is unnecessary. What I feel the app is lacking is something to track when you’ve taken your meds. If they did, this app would literally be a one stop shop for my health/fitness tracking. Note: a comment someone made about med tracking was just set an alarm. The problem is that if you are someone like me that is never at the same place everyday, you could turn the alarm off and then forget later whether or not you took them. It’s a really quick fix they could do.
    I HIGHLY recommend the Charge 6, I wish I had listened to my mom and got it a while ago. The few things I gave up by switching from my Apple Watch is minor. I’m not missing them other than Apple Maps and Music.

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  5. JHoffman

    I did not want a big bulky smart watch. I wanted a fitness tracker and thats what I got, with a few extra features. If you read the Play Store reviews youd never buy this thing, they will convince you this is the biggest dog turd you ever found due to the app.

    As a very technical person with 25 years in application development of some type I can tell you these people have issues due to the amount of permissions and resources this thing expects. You are going to have to turn on bluetooth AND location on your phone for this to work right. This isnt ground breaking, lots of gps apps do this. Besides, you trust google with your left nut and now youre gonna get weird about them needing access to the services on your phone. Newsflash, youre just creating your own headache with devices, their DPO policies arent going to allow them to do anything negative to your data.

    Buy it, set up the app the way it asks, with permissions and you will get a great experience. Sometimes I have to hard kill the apps on my phone but this isnt unique to fitbit aka google, its a shortcoming of android.

    Its been giving me great data. Also set some realistic expectations with yourself. Data is not always instant, contrary to popular belief. You may have your sleep data go up and not see numbers on both devices for a few. Have some patience, once the data processes it does show up. Nothing is firecracker instant on crunching data. A few hours after you wake up at best, everything will be clicking.

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  6. GDL

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  7. Jipi Dils

    Es un gran avance con relación a las primeras generaciones de Charges. Lo único que inexplicablemente no tiene es altímetro. Pero todo lo demás es de primera y a un costo con relación a otras marcas, realmente extraordinario.

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  8. Heather

    “Seamless Integration: Fitbit Charge 6 Review”

    I recently upgraded to the Fitbit Charge 6, and it has completely transformed my fitness journey. What sets this device apart is its seamless integration with my Peloton bike, creating a comprehensive workout experience like no other.

    The Fitbit Charge 6 offers a multitude of features that have enhanced my daily fitness routine. From tracking my steps and heart rate to monitoring my sleep patterns, this device provides invaluable insights into my overall health and well-being. Its sleek design and comfortable fit make it easy to wear all day, ensuring that I never miss a beat in my quest for better health.

    One of the standout features of the Fitbit Charge 6 is its compatibility with my Peloton bike. By syncing the two devices, I can effortlessly track my indoor cycling workouts and seamlessly record my progress in the Fitbit app. This integration not only keeps me motivated but also allows me to see the bigger picture of my fitness journey.

    Overall, the Fitbit Charge 6 has exceeded my expectations in every way. Its intuitive features, combined with its ability to sync with my Peloton bike, have truly elevated my fitness experience. Whether I’m hitting the pavement or spinning in the saddle, this device is the perfect companion for achieving my health and fitness goals.

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  9. Vignesh

    Mi mujer tiene un dispositivo chino cuya app es gratuita y brinda mucha más información presentada de manera más inteligente que lo que brinda la app de pago de este Fitbit…Estoy arrepentido de haberlo comprado.

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