Fitbit Unveils Charge 3 for only Php9,990!

Ciara Alarcon
Fitbit has launched its latest addition to its smart fitness tracker devices – the Fitbit Charge 3!

Fitbit Unveils Charge 3 for only Php9,990!
Fitbit Unveils Charge 3 for only Php9,990!

Dressed with lightweight materials, the Charge 3 is housed in an aerospace grade aluminum case complemented with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 panel. It features a crisp, touchscreen display that is nearly 40% larger and brighter than its predecessor. Also, it now comes with new playful and expressive graphics to motivate users on their workouts.

To elevate your experience, the Charge 3 now flaunts a swimproof design to accompany you better than before. It is also equipped with a larger battery that promises to deliver up to seven days of stamina.

The device has an enhanced its 24/7 PurePulse heart rate technology, and provides better measurement of calorie burn and resting heart rate to optimize workouts and uncover health trends. Having the Sp02 sensor, it can estimate relative blood oxygen level, and track new health indicators such as sleep apnea.

The Charge 3 has 15+ exercise modes, water resistant to 50 meters, connected GPS from your phone, female health tracking, personalized insights, and 24/7 guidance and motivation.

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The Charge 3 is priced at just Php9,990 in black with a graphite aluminum case, or blue gray with rose gold aluminum case. Its accessories will range from Php1,790 to Php3,190.

Meanwhile, the Fitbit Charge 3 Special Edition will be available for Php10,990. It will come with an exclusive, white silicone ports band with a graphite aluminum case, or lavender woven band with a rose gold aluminum case, and offers two looks in one with the inclusion of a black Classic accessory band in box.

The Fitbit Charge 3 will be available beginning November. You can score it at Digital Walker, Beyond the Box, select Toby’s stores, iBOOK, iCENTER, Mobile1, Globe, Gadgets in Style, Hivemind, Lazada, Zalora, Timeline, The Inbox Store, iLiberty and Rnnr stores.

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