Posted by Zach Haggis on March 10, 2018 09:03:59 Garmin is the first company to announce that they’re launching a new fitness tracker on the market. 

Garmin Charge HR is designed to compete with the likes of the Fitbit Surge, Apple Watch, and others and is the latest version of the Garmin Charge. 

The device has the power of a Garmin Edge 510, a 2.2-pound weight, a 24-hour battery life, and is equipped with a built-in HR strap. 

It comes with an HR strap, which I think is the most important feature on the Charge HR. 

As you can see in the photo above, the strap has the Garmin logo on the front and the Charge logo on its back. 

When I first got my Charge HR I was skeptical about how it would perform in the field, but it’s looking like it’s going to deliver. 

I’ve used it on the trail, on the treadmill, and at a bar, and it’s definitely a lot better than anything else out there right now. 

Here’s the main difference between the Charge and Charge HR: Garfield Charge HR has an internal battery that’s a little bigger than the Fitbits. 

Its not much, but Garmin has kept the Charge HD battery in the Charge line up to this point, and while its smaller than the other options out there, it does have the same battery life as the FitHD. 

But what really sets the Charge up against the other Garmin devices is the GPS. 

GPS is Garmin’s proprietary system that’s used to track your steps and distance. 

This allows you to track the steps you take, the calories you burn, and your elevation changes throughout the day. 

For the most part, Garmin’s systems are very reliable and don’t vary much over the course of the day, which is good for you if you want to track and optimize your exercise routine. 

However, the Garmin Edge 520 is the only device that is built with GPS in mind, so you’ll need to buy a Garmin tracker with that GPS to be able to track it. 

If you’re using an Android device, you can download the Garmin GPS app to get your tracking set up. 

You can get the Garmin Tracker app here. 

With all of that in mind and a few additional caveats, I’m excited to take a look at the Garmin Charger HR and compare it to the FitBit Surge, Fitbit Charge, and other devices that I have reviewed before. 

Before we get started, I should make it clear that I’m not an expert on these devices. 

Some of my other reviews will address those differences in detail, but I wanted to go through this article by looking at the key points that will make this review easier. 

A Garmin Charge vs. Garmin Edge 420. 

One of the biggest differences between the Garmin and Garmin Charge is the power that Garmin has to offer. 

On the Garmin, it uses a 2-pound internal battery to provide power to the tracker, and the charge rate is 20 watts per charge. 

In comparison, the Charge uses a larger 3-pound battery that can provide up to 1,200 watts of power. 

Additionally, the charging times are shorter than the Charge, so when I take the tracker off for an extended period of time, I can often get up to about three or four hours of battery life left. 

That’s not bad for a fitness tracker. 

To put that in perspective, the FitTrack is rated at more than four hours on a charge, and there’s no reason why it shouldn’t last that long. 

Now, this is one of those points that has been brought up a lot in the fitness industry, and I’m a big fan of power and efficiency. 

So while Garmin’s internal battery isn’t as large as that of the Charge or Charge HD, they’re still pretty darn efficient. 

Of course, they also have the advantage of not using any external power sources and don´t have to worry about using external battery packs as they use a battery pack from the manufacturer. 

And for those who are worried about the battery life of their Fitbit, you won’t have to buy an external battery pack for it.

The Garmin Charge and the FitWatch are also very similar in terms of power usage. 

While the Charge is rated for around 1,300 watts per day, the other two devices have the ability to provide up 100 to 150 watts per hour of power, depending on how many steps you do per day.

As a matter of fact, the battery pack used on the FitShots is rated between 800 and 1,500 watts.

But the Charge still provides more power than most of the other devices, and because of the large battery, it can last for longer periods of time. 

Let’s look at a few scenarios that I think