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Description The Charge Plug Grinder 2010 Road Bike Comes With Tange Plain Gauge, 700c Single Speed with Horizontal drop outs, Tange Plug Chromoly Forks and Sugino Messenger RD2 crank 42 Teeth. more

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Description Small reliable solar charge regulator for 12 V systems with a maximum module output of 55 W. V/I curve charging charges the connected batteries quickly, reliably and without damaging them. Two LEDs in... more

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Satisfactory

AdvantagesClear screen; some good features

DisadvantagesNot waterproof; horrendous battery life

...and I guess many people will buy them, as I did, to spur them on to exercise more. They come in a variety of forms but the most popular type appears to be those worn on the wrist. At the least they provide a detailed view of how much you?ve moved during the day; many will tell you all sorts of other stuff too ? how you?ve slept, how many calories you?ve burned etc. Some like the Fitbit Charge?s big...

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Excellent

“Fitbit Charge HR”

published 17/11/2015

Advantagescomfortable, motivates, great tracker, health benefits, easy to use, good battery life

Disadvantagescan't be used swimming, quite expensive

...conclude that the Fitbit Charge HR was the best model for me. Although slightly larger than the original Fitbit bands, the Charge HR has the benefit of a screen to allow instant visual feedback and a watch feature. I also preferred the option of a watch style strap. Another key feature of the Fitbit Charge HR was that it constantly monitors your heart rate which helps provide more detailed feedback...

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Excellent

Advantageswell made, addictive to make you collect and use your data

Disadvantagesshort battery life compared to other models, skin irritation from wearing it occasionally.

...Back in 2013 I was swayed to the dark side. After much temptation I bought myself a Fitbit One. In 2014 I also invested in the Fitbit Aria scales. Towards the end of 2014, I started hearing about some new models of fitbit that were coming out. These were the Charge, the Charge HR, and the Surge. All sounded fantastic, and the higher up the range you went, the more whistles and bells were included...

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