How Do I Charge My Fitbit Charge 2?


The longer you wear your Fitbit Charge 2, the more useful it gets as per serving you with the data it collects. By having access to several days of metrics, it helps you to know how well you are enjoying the lifestyle you want, as per your overall health and wellness.

However, if you wish to record all that data over time, you have to ensure your Fitbit Charge 2 always has a charge. Fortunately, charging a Fitbit Charge 2 will only take about 120 minutes. And below is how to about it:

How Can I Charge My Fitbit Charge 2?

  1. Get the Fitbit Charge 2 charging cable connected into a USB outlet.
  2. Slowly squeeze the clamps on both sides of the charger’s head, ensuring the pins on the Fitbit Charge 2’s back and the charger are aligned.
  3. Release the clamps, making sure the button on the tracker slips into the charger’s cutout.
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If it is connected the right way, the Fitbit Charge 2 will vibrate one time. And when it charges fully, the battery icon on the tracker’s face will show that is full. You can now go about your weekly activities without needing more power.


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About Fitbit

Fitbit, Inc. is an American company headquartered in San Francisco, California. Its products are activity trackers, wireless-enabled wearable technology devices that measure data such as the number of steps walked, heart rate, quality of sleep, steps climbed, and other personal metrics involved in fitness. Before October 2007, the company was previously named Healthy Metrics Research, Inc. Some evidence has found that the use of similar devices results in less weight loss rather than more.

According to an IDC report published on December 3, 2018, Fitbit is considered the third-largest wearable company in shipments as of the third quarter of 2018, behind Xiaomi and Apple.

In those who are overweight or obese, a 2016 study indicates that the use of wearable technology combined with standard behavioral interventions results in less rather than more weight loss after two years of use when compared to usual weight loss interventions. There was no evidence that the devices altered the amount that people exercised or their diet compared to control. It is unclear whether these devices affect the amount of physical activity children engage in.

Alongside the activity trackers, Fitbit offers a website and mobile app for iOS, Android and Windows 10 Mobile. The trackers can be synced to devices such as mobile phones via Bluetooth, or to a Bluetooth-equipped computer running Windows or MacOS. Users have the ability to log their food, activities, and weight, to track over time and can set daily and weekly goals for themselves for steps, calories burned and consumed, and distance walked. Calories in versus calories out are more accurately measured when app users keep their tracker on. However, the app can be used without a tracker to measure calories on a lifestyle app. The app offers a community page where users can challenge themselves and compete against other users. The social element anticipates an increase in motivation, finding that users take an average of 700 more steps per day when they have friends on the app. Users can choose to share their progress pictures and achievement badges.