Fitbit Alta HR Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate Monitor - Small - Blue/Grey - Only at Best Buy
With continuous heart rate monitoring, automatic sleep tracking, and SmartTrack exercise recognition, the Fitbit Alta HR wristband is a feature-packed fitness companion. It offers valuable activity insights, helpful reminders to get you motivated, and convenient notifications to keep you connected.
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- PurePulse Heart Rate: Automatically monitors your heart rate and shows you simplified target heart rate zones.
- Track your sleep stages: See how much light, deep, and REM sleep you're getting.
- Track all your activity, accurately: Alta tracks and displays all-day activity like steps taken, stairs climbed, distance travelled, active minutes, and calories burned so you can easily monitor your fitness progress.
- Automatic exercise recognition: No matter what your favourite fitness activity is, SmartTrack helps you train smarter by recognizing the type of activity and recording it in the Fitbit app, delivering a comprehensive exercise summary.
- Keep moving: You'll be off your butt and moving in no time thanks to Alta's on-screen reminders. These messages encourage you to move throughout the day and reach mini goals of 250 steps per hour.
- See your stats, bright and clear: The OLED tap display is easy to read and gives you instant access to stats, time, and smartphone notifications. Customize your Fitbit Alta by choosing from a horizontal or vertical layout, and picking from a variety of clock faces.
- Stay connected, hands-free: Keep your phone out of sight and your goals in focus. The Fitbit Alta syncs with your smartphone so you can see incoming call, text, and calendar notifications right on your wrist.
- Wear it your way: The comfortable band is designed for 24/7 wear. If you want to change up your Alta's look, consider personalizing it with interchangeable metal, leather, or classic bands (sold separately).
- A trusty companion: Alta resists sweat and splashes of water so you don't have to hold back on training when the weather is less than ideal. The rechargeable battery lasts up to 5 days on a single charge and recharges in approximately 2 to 3 hours.
- Connect and sync wirelessly: Sync all your stats automatically via Bluetooth 4.0 to your compatible smartphone, tablet, or computer.
- See your progress, share your progress: With the Fitbit Dashboard app, you can record your workouts, log food, see your progress, set weight goals, and share or compete with friends and family. The app is compatible with iOS, Android, and Windows devices.
- Stay motivated: Fitbit wants to keep you motivated and see you succeed. That's why you'll be awarded achievement badges every time you reach a new goal or milestone.
- Sync with other fitness apps: With the Alta, you won't need to sacrifice your other fitness apps. Fitbit lets you sync your stats with popular health and fitness apps like FitStar, Strava, Sparkpeople, LoseIt!, MyFitnessPal, MapMyFitness, Runkeeper, and Endomondo.
- Multi-tracker support: Pair multiple fitness trackers to one account and Fitbit will automatically detect when you switch between them. So go ahead, show off your Fitbit Alta during the day and hit the gym with your Fitbit Surge (sold separately) without ever missing a step.
*Battery life and charge cycles vary with use, settings, and other factors; actual results will vary.
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- Works fine for now, but.....by Bonita Majonis
from Thornhill, ON on September 16, 2017
I have used various iterations of fitbit devices since about 2011. They have improved over the years (my first fitbit fell apart) and I am generally pleased with the performance. It has to be kept in mind that these are not medically calibrated devices, but do give you a general idea of what your stats are. The reason I have owned so many devices, apart from upgrading to new features, is that they stop working well after a year or so. Which is interesting as the warranty period is a year. My last fitbit was a Charge HR, and after about a year, the sleep stats started to be inaccurate, and exercise goals were not always documented, even if the same amount of exercise was done as the day before. Rebooting the device helped for a while, but the errors showed up repeatedly. What about the Alta HR? it is attractive and the regular watch clasp on the band is a significant improvement over the previous alta band which had a tendency to release itself at inopportune times. The colour of the band is quite nice, and I don't think I will need to buy any accessory bands to match various outfits. Now, if it could last more than a year.....
- Pleased so farby Sue RF
from Scarborough, ON on July 29, 2017
I've had the Fitbit Alta HR for about 2 weeks. I used to have a Misfit, which I lost when it fell out of the bracelet, and then a Jawbone, which fell off my wrist! The Alta fastens securely, like a watch, so I'm confident it will not fall off. Sleep tracking is automatic and accurate. It buzzes discreetly when I get a text, but sometimes the screen displays the sender and sometimes it doesn't. That's why I would give it a 4. If this app would let me indicate stars. Which it won't. C'mon Best Buy!
- All that I needby K
from Sudbury, ON on April 7, 2017
I started out with a fitbit one years ago, which I used for a long time. I have tried so many wrist fitness trackers since (with and without HR ability), not just from fitbit, but other brands as well. I loved all of the functions offered by the Garmin Vivosmart HR but I found that it was significantly off with: my step count (underestimated), my heart rate (all over the place), and my total calorie burn (overestimated). The charge 2 and the alta were far more accurate with steps and HR but the charge 2 felt uncomfortable on my small wrist. I ended up returning both, wishing the alta had the HR monitoring ability... and now it does! Although sleeping with it is never going to be as comfortable as not having something on my wrist, I can still sleep with it on. It feels the best on my wrist and is more accurate than most other devices I have tried (excluding step counting from clip on pedometers). The step count and the calorie burn estimate are quite accurate and I'm happy to have finally found the right device.
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