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Why you'll enjoy the Fitbit Alta:
If you’re looking for a fitness tracker with a stylish slim, sleek design, but don’t want to give up the ability to track your heart rate, the Fitbit Alta HR is perfect for you. People who have I tested the Alta HR say that its super cool slimer design makes it one of the stylish-looking Fitbit watches.
Fitbit Alta HR a solid option for women with smaller wrists who want to track activity in style. While you do give up some more advanced features like being able to track workouts in real time on a larger screen, you still have access to your basic stats like steps, heart rate, and calories burned on the smaller screen.
Fitbit Alta HR also has a longer-lasting battery life and people say it can last an average of almost a week before having to charge it.
Many Colors to Choose From
Fitbit offers an impressive number of colors and different styles of bands to choose from with the Alta, so you can easily go from a more casual look to one that’s better suited to going out for the evening.
It’s slim design also makes it possible to wear other bracelets on the same wrist. Even by itself, it isn’t overly obvious that you’re wearing a fitness tracker. If you choose to change up the band, it can be snapped on and off easily.
Consumers who have worn one of the leather bands have many reviews saying how impressed they are with both the comfort and the quality.
Fitbit Alta Sizes
The Alta HR comes in three sizes: Small, Large, and Extra Large so you can find your perfect fit. While it does have plenty of features to offer, this tracker doesn’t have some of the more advanced features found in the Charge 2 or the Ionic.
It lacks GPS capabilities and the ability to track workouts in real time. However, it will automatically record activities like running, and workout information can also be logged into the app. If you do want more advanced stats for workouts or specific activities like running or cycling, you won’t find those features here. It should also be noted that the Alta HR is water and sweat resistant, but not waterproof. This won’t be a tracker that you’ll be showering or swimming with.
Despite some of the features it lacks, this fitness tracker still offers plenty. Steps, heart rate tracking, sleep tracking, and calories burned are all here. The Alta HR will also receive smartphone notifications so you’ll know when you’re getting a text or call.
many people were especially happy that the accurate sleep tracking is still present in the Alta HR. Consumers like that you can see specific percentages of the sleep stages you were in, including deep, light, and REM sleep throughout the night, as well as the time spent awake.
As with all other Fitbits, the Alta HR syncs with the Fitbit app, so you can keep all your information in one place and view your progress over time.
The reviews for the Alta HR are positive overall. Users who liked the original Fitbit Alta loved the addition of the heart rate monitor to the original sleek design, and others liked the slim fit for all-day comfort as well as the accurate sleep tracking.
Pros: Ultra-sleek design, comfortable fit, built in heart-rate, accurate sleep tracking, ability to receive smartphone notifications
Cons: Smaller screen, no on-screen workout tracking, no GPS capabilities, not waterproof