New Update: Get More with Charge 4

Starting on March 22, Fitbit Charge 4 gets more with an exciting new update! Fitbit users with this device can now update their device to uncover important info about their physical wellbeing, which includes SpO2 tracking on wrist and the addition of SpO2 levels and skin temperature variation tracking to the Health Metrics dashboard. 

Keep reading to discover more about this exciting update that will help you take your wellness journey to the next level.

What’s New on Charge 4?

SpO2 on wrist and the Today dashboard. Our bodies distribute oxygenated blood to every part of our body—and SpO2 is the level of oxygen in your blood. By wearing your Charge 4 to bed each night you can see your average SpO2 on wrist each morning and also see your 7-day trends in the Health Metrics Dashboard in the Fitbit app. Read about SpO2 tracking with Fitbit to find out why it’s important. 

Skin temperature tracking. Charge 4 can now help you discover when there are changes in your skin temperature by tracking your skin temperature variability.  Understanding your skin temperature variations may help you identify changes to your body, such as the potential onset of a fever or ovulation. You can see 7-day trends in the Health Metrics dashboard in your Fitbit app.*  

Health Metrics dashboard. If you haven’t checked it out yet, the Health Metrics dashboard is a tool in the Fitbit app that helps you keep a closer eye on your wellbeing. The dashboard provides a free 7-day view to health metrics like heart rate variability, RHR and breathing rate, along with your oxygen saturation (SpO2), and skin temperature variation. Learn more about how the Health Metrics dashboard works

So don’t hold off on this update—head to the Fitbit app today to update your tracker and  start tracking your SpO2 and skin temperature on Charge 4!

* The Health Metrics dashboard and the metrics displayed in the dashboard are not available in all countries. The Health Metrics dashboard and the individual metrics in the dashboard are not intended to treat any medical condition and should not be relied on for any medical purposes. .It is intended to provide information that can help you manage your well-being. If you have any concerns about your health, please talk to a healthcare provider. If you believe you are experiencing a medical emergency, call emergency services.

Significant changes in ambient temperature may negatively impact skin temperature tracking.

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