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Fitbit - Charge 6 Advanced Fitness & Health Tracker - Obsidian § GA05183-NA

Fitbit - Charge 6 Advanced Fitness & Health Tracker - Obsidian § GA05183-NA
alaScore 95

4 reviews

Apr, 2024

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Fitbit - Charge 6 Advanced Fitness & Health Tracker - Obsidian § GA05183-NA. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. Comments about the comfort and battery are on the whole positive. The software and design also get good feedback, but there are mixed views on the reliability and portability.

price, design, software, battery, comfort

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Fitbit - Charge 6 Advanced Fitness & Health Tracker - Obsidian § GA05183-NA is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 95/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Andrew Williams (

Fitbit Charge 6 review: A fun but flawed modern fitness tracker


The Fitbit Charge 6 is Fitbit's most advanced band-style fitness tracker. It has more features than the charming Fitbit Luxe, and even a few extras which the Fitbit Versa 4 lacks. In a certain light, the Fitbit Charge 6 seems like a shrunk-down,...

Feature-packed for a fitness band Decent battery life Can relay your heart rate to some gym equipment

Severely flaky GPS No altimeter Heart rate accuracy not the best

The Fitbit Charge 6 is an unobtrusive fitness band with a wide spread of features. It has an ECG heart health reader and full GPS, making it second only to the Fitbit Sense 2 in some ways. However, we can’t really recommend it to those looking for a...

Nov, 2023

Expert review by : Victoria Song (

Fitbit Charge 6 review: practically a Pixel band


The Charge 6 seemed like a return to form. It's $20 cheaper than the Charge 5, with a better heart rate tracking algorithm, more Google services, and — for the first time — gym equipment integration. The Fitbit app was redesigned this fall. These are...

Solid fitness and health tracking feature set It’s $20 cheaper! Adds more apps Can broadcast HR to fitness equipment The haptic button is better than the groove

YouTube Music is the only option and that’s $11 monthly The Fitbit-Google transition is a lil bumpy It’s not a physical side button

Despite my gripes, I’m glad the Charge 6 exists. There’s been a definite shift toward smartwatches over the last two years and not a ton of options for folks who want simpler trackers. It’s nice to see a new fitness band from a bigger, established...

Nov, 2023

Expert review by : Angela Moscaritolo (

Fitbit Charge 6 Review


The Fitbit Charge has long been among the most value-rich fitness trackers, and the sixth-generation model extends that legacy. The $159.95 Fitbit Charge 6 builds upon its predecessor with 40 exercise profiles for workout tracking, along with a new...

Affordable 40 exercise modes (up from 20) Connects to exercise machines Google Maps, Google Wallet, and YouTube Music apps Helpful side button Excellent mobile app

No Spotify controls No app store Some metrics require a Premium subscription

With modest improvements over the last generation, including new Google lifestyle apps, Bluetooth integration with gym equipment, and a refreshed companion app, the affordable Fitbit Charge 6 remains the best fitness tracker on the market.

Oct, 2023

Expert review by : ADRIENNE SO (

Review: Fitbit Charge 6


The Charge 6 has much more going for it than tight software integrations. In a market where every fitness tracker seems to be finding increasingly outlandish health metrics to measure—blood sugar! time spent in daylight!—I find the Charge 6's...

Long battery life. Affordable. Full suite of health metrics. Accurate heart rate tracking. New Google integrations! Directions with Google Maps. Contactless Pay with Google Wallet. YouTube music controls.

No fall detection. Bluetooth connection frequently glitched. Doesn't always automatically recognize exercise activities.

The Charge 6 can now also connect with some Bluetooth-compatible exercise machines, such as the NordicTrack treadmill or Peloton bike. I mostly work out outside, so I didn’t get the chance to test this. However, a lot of my activity comes in brief fits...

Oct, 2023