Fitbit Charge 5 Price in Kenya and Specifications:
Fitbit Charge 5 Price in Kenya is Ksh 21,000. Fitbit Charge 5 is “A new standard for what trackers can do”, as quoted by Men’s Health. The Fitbit Charge 5 is an affordable fitness & health tracker with stress management tools, an on-wrist ECG app and more under the hood. It is an advanced version of the Fitbit Charge 4 with lots of improved features and latest software. Its features and specs are explained below.
Fitbit Charge 5 full specifications and price in Kenya:
|Price in Kenya||Ksh 21,000|
|Release Date||August 2021||Available|
|Body||Dimensions||36.7 x 22.7 x 11.2mm (sensor unit, not including band length)|
|Build||Stainless steel with smooth silicone band|
|Water Resistant||Up to 50m and sweat, rain, and splash-proof|
|Display||Type||AMOLED colour touchscreen (326ppi)|
|Resolution||~326 ppi density|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth.||4.0, A2DP, LE|
Fitbit Charge 5 Detailed Description:
Fitbit Charge 5 Design.
The Fitbit Charge 5 is composed in a very compact design. It is more wearable compared to the previous model, Fitbit Charge 4, with a neater main unit design and a better strap. It’s also more readable thanks to an improved touch screen, and charging is easier too. It weighs 28 g, so light you could even forget you are wearing something. It is available in three main colours; Steel Blue/Platinum Stainless Steel, Black/Graphite Stainless Steel and Lunar White/Soft Gold Stainless Steel.
Fitbit Charge 5 Display.
The 1.04-Inch colour screen is a big improvement but still behind when compared to Fitbit inspire 2, Fitbit versa 3 and Fitbit Versa 2. It’s brighter, easier to read outdoors and it seems more responsive to the flick of the wrist that causes it to light up from dark mode. It is also good news that the capacitive button that was on one side of the Charge 4 has been rubbed out. The touch screen on the Charge 5 makes navigation easy with various swipes and taps. The display is quite ok for that amount.
Fitbit Charge 5 Features.
This wearable features a series of features that work independently to give you the best records and help you get to your health goal. These include:
- Fitbit ECG (Electrocardiogram) App – Keeps track of your heart health with a compatible ECG App that assesses your heart for atrial fibrillation, a heart rhythm irregularity and shares the results with your doctor.
- EDA (Electrodermal Activity) Scan App – Use the on-wrist EDA Scan app to detect electrodermal activity– tiny changes in your skin’s sweat level which may indicate your body’s response to stress.
- Oxygen Saturation (SpO2) Monitoring – Tracks the level of oxygen in your blood to help you learn when there may be an indication of important changes in your overall wellness.
- Heart Rate Variability – Understand if your body is showing potential signs of stress, illness or fatigue based on your past month’s trends in the variation of time between each heartbeat—known as heart rate variability.
Fitbit Charge 5 Battery Life.
The battery of Fitbit Charge 5 is a big improvement over the Charge 4. Now the charger head is smaller, and has no moving parts. It clings to the Charge 5 via a magnet and is quick and easy to engage. Fitbit claims up to seven days of battery life, but if the display is set to always on or the GPS is used, you’ll get less than that. Using it just as a step counter, with the display set to wake on a wrist-shake and with notifications enabled, it takes about 12-15% of battery capacity over 24 hours. Using GPS for an hour or so to track a walk will take between 15% and 20% off the battery. So it’s advisable you charge the device every few days.