And it’s all presented in a clean interface that’s easy to use even if you’ve never owned a Fitbit device before. Fitbit has dropped Spotify support from the Charge 5, which allowed you to control playlists via the Charge 4. The lack of music is unfortunate given that the Charge 5 is designed for workouts, but if that isn’t a deal breaker, it could be an ideal gym buddy. The Fitbit Charge 5 has a slim design and a color touch screen made of protective Corning Gorilla Glass 3 measuring 0.86 by 0.58-inch (1.28 by 1.47-cm). The fitness tracker is attached to your wrist by an infinity loop band, which is available in small and large sizes and can be easily swapped with the press of a button. The Charge 5 is available in three different colorways: black with a graphite stainless steel frame around the screen, white with gold stainless steel framing, and blue with platinum stainless steel framing. If you don’t like the style or material of the infinity band, Fitbit sells accessory bands separately, such as sport bands, leather bands, and hook-and-loop bands. The Fitbit Charge 5 has a color touch-screen display that is simple to use. The date, time, and number of Active Zone Minutes are displayed on the home screen. You can cycle through your daily step count, distance traveled, and calories burned, as well as your most recent heart rate reading, at the bottom. Swipe right or left to set a timer or alarm, begin tracking a workout, view your current notifications, and access the ECG monitor or EDA scan. Swipe up from the home screen to access Fitbit Pay, turn on or off Do Not Disturb mode, turn on or off Sleep Mode, change the Screen Wake settings, turn on or off Water Lock mode, and access additional settings.

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