Fitbit wristbands are made of an elastomer material similar to many sports watches and do not contain latex. The Fitbit Force clasps and casing are made with a surgical-grade stainless steel, which is commonly used in watches, jewelry and other products in contact with the skin.
PREMIUM SILICONE: The WITHit Fitbit Charge 2 Band is made from soft, durable, premium silicone that’s water and sweat resistant so you can confidently wear it every day. It makes a subtle statement about your style that sets you apart from others.
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Woven bands are made of REPREVE® material (family of synthetic fibers containing recycled materials from plastic bottles) and includes an aluminum buckle and plastic lugs. This woven band is not water resistant. We recommend limited to no contact with moisture to reduce discoloration/damage to the band.
Fitbit announced four new wearables today: the Inspire, Inspire HR, Ace 2, and Versa Lite Edition. Today, Fitbit also killed off four wearables: the Alta (released February 2016), Alta HR (released March 2017), Flex 2 (released October 2016), and Zip (released September 2012).
Fitbits emit non-ionizing RF and EMF radiation. Prolonged exposure to both of these, even at extremely low levels has been known to be associated with cancer. You are better off minimizing your exposure to Fitbit EMF radiation to reduce the likelihood of developing cancer as a result of using the product.
In order to keep your Fitbit smartwatch or fitness tracker in working shape, you’ll need to regularly clean your band and wrist. This is particularly true when the band has sweat on it after a workout, otherwise it’ll begin to smell.
This sport band is made of a flexible, durable silicone material similar to that used in many sports watches and includes an aluminum buckle. Fitbit Charge 4 & Charge 3 sport bands are swimproof, meaning they’re water resistant to 50 meters.
Best answer: Yes, you can use your Fitbit Charge 3 band on your Charge 4. This can be a replacement band or the original band that came on your 3.
Fitbit has also made new bands to match the Charge 4’s colors, though any of the Charge 3 bands will fit as well. The Fitbit Charge 4 SE includes an exclusive reflective woven band.
Here are some of the best replacement Bands for Fitbit Charge 2 in 2019. Affordable: Silicone band for Fitbit Charge 2. Comfortable: Genuine Leather wristband for Fitbit Charge 2. Jewelry: Gold Swirl Scroll Charge 2 Bracelet. Perfect middle-ground: UMTELE Milanese Loop band. Classic: SAILFAR stainless steel band.
To remove and replace a band: Turn over your tracker and find the band latches—there’s one on each end where the band meets the frame. To release a latch, press down on the flat metal button on the strap. Slide the band up to release it from the tracker. Repeat on the other side.
Keep It Clean and Dry Instead, only use fresh water and a soap-free cleanser (like Cetaphil) to clean the band. Furthermore, to minimize the potential for damage to your product and the chance for skin irritation, avoid any direct contact with sunscreen or insect repellent sprays.
Fitbit Flex is no longer being supported.
Fitbit doesn’t even make the Flex 2 anymore; it’s been replaced by the Inspire line.
The Flex 2 is the first Fitbit you can wear in the shower and while swimming. It’s waterproof down to 50 meters (about 165 feet) and can be used in both fresh water and salt water.