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Fitbit Charge 2 review

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The Fitbit Charge 2 is the number-one selling fitness tracker from Fitbit. It has a range of advanced fitness-monitoring features, including a new Cardio Fitness Level function. So what else can this fitness tracker do, and does it do it accurately? We sent it to the lab to find out.
Is it worth your money?
Or is it a waste of cash?

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Amazon.co.uk
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Argos
£89.99£3.95
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Look Again
£105.00£3.99
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Tesco Direct
£119.00£3.00
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Ebuyer
£124.25Free
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Scan.co.uk
£139.97Free
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House of Fraser
£139.99Free
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Studio
£139.99£4.98
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JD Williams
£169.00£2.99
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