Expert Reviews: 
 3.6
User Reviews: 
 3.5
 
 

Too many issues to list

 
3.0
Pros: Easy to use
Cons: All tracking numbers with this watch are inaccurate
Verdict: I have had this watch for two weeks and I am already sorry I spent so much money on it. I had a basis watch for 3 years that I loved and did not have any problems with. This watch right out of the box has many problems; Battery does not hold the charge more than a day right out of the box instead of...
10 months ago
CNET
 

Fitbit Surge review

 
4.5
Verdict: The Fitbit Surge is a heart-rate monitor and activity tracker with all the bells and whistles for the serious sports and fitness enthusiast.

Read full review at PC Advisor
10 months ago
PC Advisor
 

Fitbit Surge review: Big, bold and packed with features

 
3.0
Verdict: Fitbit has been around for some time, leading the fitness tracker scene, but the Surge is different from the original tracker, as it has more in common with a GPS sports watch than your regular Fitbit device.

Read full review at expertreviews.co.uk
11 months ago
expertreviews.co.uk
 

Fitbit Surge

 
3.5
Pros: Durable and water resistant, Quick and accurate GPS tracking, Accurate resting and continous heart rate tracking
Cons: Inconsistent sleep tracking, Battery life is not great, Drab, unattractive design
Verdict: The Fitbit Surge is a ‘super fitness watch', but what exactly does that mean? Well, it's an activity tracker just like the Charge and Charge HR , utlizing the very same motion sensors. So you can track steps, distance covered and even automatically monitor sleep patterns.

Read full review at TrustedReviews
1 year ago
TrustedReviews
 

Fitbit Surge review

 
3.5
Verdict: Update : Fitbit has updated its companion app to offer more robust sleep management tools via Sleep Schedule . Along with tracking the amount of sleep you're getting each night, the new feature can also help you decide when is a good time to head to bed and wake up each day.

Read full review at TechRadar UK
1 year ago
TechRadar UK
 
 
3.0
Verdict: Right now, there are eight Fitbit fitness trackers you can buy. The cheapest of these is the now long-in-the-tooth Fitbit Zip, for £50. For the cost of four of these, you can buy the most expensive and fully featured Fitbit on the market: the Fitbit Surge.

Read full review at Alphr
1 year ago
Alphr
 

Fitbit Surge: Affordable running watch

 
3.6
Verdict: The Fitness Surge is a fitness tracker that doubles as a running watch with its built-in GPS and wrist-based heart-rate monitor (HRM).It has a squarish 1.25-inch touchscreen display that is surrounded by a thick bezel.

Read full review at digital.asiaone.com
1 year ago
digital.asiaone.com
 

Fitbit Surge Review

 
3.5
Pros: Integrated GPS and continuous heart rate monitoring, Easy to setup and use, Automatic sleep tracking, Excellent battery life
Cons: Design is large, clunky, and dated, Not really a smart watch, Drab, monocolor display
Verdict: The market may be swelling, but Fitbit's Surge still rides high.

Read full review at Digitaltrends
1 year ago
Digitaltrends
 
Pros: Suite of sensors, Interactive display, Independent operations
Cons: Price, Only supports SMS and phone notifications, Rubber band picks up dust easily
Verdict: Health Tracking has become a multi-billion-dollar industry, with companies left and right pushing out devices that one wears on their wrist, and will track everything from heartbeat all the way to where you are in the middle of your daily run.

Read full review at chip.com.my
2 years ago
chip.com.my
 

Fitbit Surge review: Bridging the gap between activity tracker and sportswatch

 
4.0
Pros: Nice design, easy to use, great Fitbit platform, good running companion, continuous heart rate-monitoring, GPS tracking, good activity tracking
Cons: GPS battery life is poor, elevation measure inaccurate, smartphone notifications are basic, uncomfortable as sleep tracker
Verdict: Described as the ultimate fitness superwatch, the Fitbit Surge places the company in the sportswatch category for the first time, competing against the likes of Polar and Garmin. Fitbit claims to now have a fitness tracking device for everyone.

Read full review at Pocket Lint
2 years ago
Pocket Lint
 

Featured Review: Fitbit Surge

Verdict: The Fitbit Surge is Fitbit's latest fitness tracker, pairing together features from their previous trackers with GPS, a heart rate sensor, and a watch, making it their most advanced activity tracker to date.

Read full review at androidheadlines.com
2 years ago
androidheadlines.com
 
 
4.2
Verdict: It's not perfect and it's not for everyone, but on paper at least, Surge is the best tracker Fitbit has produced. If you're in the market, you have to put it on the short list - just don't forget to look at the Charge HR, too.

Read full review at Tweak Town
2 years ago
Tweak Town
 

Fitbit Surge Fitness Super Watch Review

Pros: Vibrating notifications and alarms, Always-on touchscreen display with backlight, GPS, Automatic sleep tracking, Relays entire text messages, Wireless syncing, Smartphone integration with music control, Water resistant, Sleek design with fun color choices, Pretty good battery life for a smart watch
Cons: Heartrate accuracy highly dependent on fit, Proprietary charging cable different from other Fitbits, Swiping through text messages is not so intuitive, sizing is on the large side for women with smaller wrists
Verdict: Watch out: Fitness band gone smart! Fitbit just released the latest and greatest in tech, the Fitbit Surge Fitness Super Watch. This wristband has most of the features ...
2 years ago
Chip Chick
 

Fitbit Surge review

Verdict: A look at the Fitbit Surge, a smart tracking device.

Read full review at Geekzone
2 years ago
Geekzone
 

Review of smart watch for fitness – FitBit Surge

Verdict: The FitBit saddled theme pedometers and recently expanded the range of pedometers and bracelets with the same functionality as the first clock, which modestly called the Fitness Super Watch.

Read full review at hardware-boom.com
2 years ago
hardware-boom.com
 

Steps, distance, pace, track, heart rate, this thing can do it all

 
4.2
Pros: Built-in heart rate monitor, Built-in GPS, A good all-round performer
Cons: Dashboard interface could be better, Maps don't look accurate enough
Verdict: The Surge is the cream of Fitbit's crop of fitness tracking devices. It's a relatively large smartwatch which incorporates a ton of features that make it do more than just track steps and elevation.

Read full review at review.goodgearguide.com.au
2 years ago
review.goodgearguide.com.au
 

Fitbit Surge activity tracker review

Pros: Large always on touch screen, Continuous heart rate monitoring, Notifications, GPS, Automatic sleep tracking
Cons: Call and text notifications require Android v5.0 for some devices, No music control, Expensive, Not waterproof
Verdict: The Fitbit Surge is Fitbit's most advanced activity tracker yet. It tracks all the same things as their other trackers, but also includes advanced features like GPS and basic smartwatch features along with an always on large touch screen display.

Read full review at The Gadgeteer
2 years ago
The Gadgeteer
 

Review: Fitbit Surge, an iPhone-connected health & fitness tracker

 
3.5
Pros: Comfortable, durable, and easy to use with your iPhone, Integrated GPS lets you track outdoor exercise without your phone, Built-in heart sensor and pedometer work great, 3-5 days of battery life and responsive touchscreen
Cons: A not-so-smart watch limited to text and call notifications, plus music controls, No HealthKit integration in Fitbit's ecosystem, A watch is a fashion statement, and the Surge may not be ideal for all occasions, $250 price is just $100 less than an Apple Watch, and equal to many Android Wear devices
Verdict: For iPhone users seeking a wrist-worn fitness tracker with GPS, heart rate monitoring, and multiple-day battery life, the Fitbit Surge is a good "tweener" device -not quite a smartwatch, but much more functional than a basic wearable.

Read full review at AppleInsider
2 years ago
AppleInsider
 

Review: Fitbit Surge

 
3.5
Pros: Constant and mostly accurate heart rate monitoring gives a more complete picture of overall fitness, and allows for more accurate calorie-burning estimates. Touchscreen interactions are intuitive and swift. Automatic syncing with Fitbit app over Bluetooth. Comfortable band.
Cons: Not waterproof. No built-in cycling activity monitoring. Bluetooth Classic notifications take extra toll on smartphone battery. Trouble measuring high heart rates
Verdict: Fitbit is among the dwindling number of health and fitness companies that hasn't shared data through HealthKit, Apple's health and fitness platform. The company explained this in October, saying it wants to explore partner options that served all of its users, not just those who favor iOS.
2 years ago
Wired
 

Fitbit Surge Review: If Only This Was Actually A Smartwatch

 
3.2
Verdict: I have a dream, a dream about the perfect piece of wearable tech. It would be a band with all the simple notification powers of the best smartwatches and all the health tracking powers of a full-on fitness tracker. The Fitbit Surge is so close that it hurts.

Read full review at Gizmodo
2 years ago
Gizmodo
 
Pros: The Surge is a great fitness tracker and dumb simple. I just slapped it on and synced it up and BOOM instant life stats. The app is fantastic at sharing the info with you
Verdict: I have a dream, a dream about the perfect piece of wearable tech. It would be a band with all the simple notification powers of the best smartwatches and all the health tracking powers of a full-on fitness tracker. The Fitbit Surge is so close that it hurts. What Is It?
2 years ago
gizmodo.in
 

Fitbit Surge Review

 
4.0
Pros: Continuous heart-rate monitor, GPS for tracking and mapping runs, Comprehensive list of exercises to track
Cons: Limited to text and call notifications
Verdict: Fitbit has an army of activity trackers, but the Surge is the company's most ambitious device yet. This $249 performance-focused device tracks steps, calories and distance, but it truly shines when it's continuously monitoring your heart rate and using its GPS sensor to track your runs.

Read full review at Tom's Guide
2 years ago
Tom's Guide
 

Good Quality - Looks Good for Daily Use - Works just Fine!

 
5.0
Verdict: Works just fine.. Battery lasts for almost 4-5 Days.. Use it sensibly and it will last for long.. Anyone wants to put it to test to check its ability then results are definitely based on usage.. Stay Fit Stay Healthy..
4 months ago
amazon.in
 

Great features but........

 
1.0
Verdict: I've had my Surge for nearly two years now and up until a few months ago, it's been a great watch with great features. The only negative with regard to features is the fact that it's not waterproof.

Read full review at microsoftstore.com
7 months ago
microsoftstore.com
 

FITBIT Surge - Small, Black

 
4.0
Pros: Battery life while not using gps
Cons: Size, display, uncomfortable to wear

Read full review at Currys
7 months ago
Currys
 

Clever

 
5.0
Verdict: Took a lot of getting use to as the back of the watch is angled for sensors but couldn't take it off now, very intelligent and the app is incredible and easy to use, I charge it once a week through a USB port, charging takes an hour tops.
8 months ago
very.co.uk
 

Very disappointed in this "performance" watch

 
5.0
Verdict: Since receiving a Fitbit surge Christmas 2015 it has been replaced five time. The strap lifts after 2-3 months. My latest surge has its strap fall off after four months of general daily use. Very disappointed in this "performance" watch.

Read full review at amazon.ca
9 months ago
amazon.ca
 

Difficulty in initial setup stage.

 
1.0
Verdict: Since purchase I am still unable to use the product as I am unable to down load the initial update, and now I am just completely frustrated. I would not recommend it due to these issues.

Read full review at Chain Reaction Cycles
9 months ago
Chain Reaction Cycles
 

Fitbit Surge

 
5.0
Verdict: Good for monitoring and improving fitness. Heart rate monitor tested against others and is accurate. Works great in tandem with app and plenty of details for monitoring steps, calories used, sleep and heart rate zone for fat burn, cardio and peak heart rate.

Read full review at Argos
10 months ago
Argos
 

Not Worth It

 
1.0
Verdict: The screen is extremely dim and it is very hard to read. and the font is small which even makes it that much harder to discern or see the vital statistics. It wouldn't connect to my Phone no matter what and never could receive any notifications (calls or texts) tried everything but nothing worked.

Read full review at Kohls.de
11 months ago
Kohls.de
 
 
4.0
Verdict: I have been wearing the Fitbit Surge for a little over a week. Most things seem to work as advertised. The battery life is less than I expected. At best, I can go 2-3 days between charges. I expected the battery to last at least 5 days.

Read full review at Adorama
11 months ago
Adorama
 

Fitbit?Surge Black Large

 
5.0
Pros: style
Cons: heart monitor is not 100

Read full review at The Good Guys
1 year ago
The Good Guys
 

great

 
2.0
Verdict: absolutely love this, its tracks all my running, biking and walking and tells me how many calories ive burnt off, even more so will send info to my strava. Its great I love it
1 year ago
Littlewoods
 

DO NOT BUY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
1.0
Verdict: Beyond disgusted w/ the product/warranty/company! My husband bought me the "top" Fitbit (Surge) on April 20th 2015 & by December (8 months later) the wristband was cracking & the screws pulling through.

Read full review at Walmart
1 year ago
Walmart
 

Screen too dull

 
3.0
Verdict: Well I wanted to buy the next upcoming new surge fit watch because I had a charge HR and loved it. The problem with this watch is it is very dull it's hard to see the numbers, if it wasn't for that I probably would have kept it.

Read full review at shop.ca
1 year ago
shop.ca
 

Mostly Wrong be warned

 
4.0
Verdict: Fitbit products don't seem to be fit for general sale yet, numerous problems with the wristband not to mention the scales 2 sets sent both not working!

Read full review at Amazon
1 year ago
Amazon
 

Yes

 
5.0
Pros: Accurate, Comfortable, Quality Construction
Verdict: Perfect

Read full review at ABT Electronics
1 year ago
ABT Electronics
 

Fitbit surge cable

 
5.0
Verdict: Does was it suppose to. Great!

Read full review at Target
1 year ago
Target
 

Works great overall, battery life still not up to par

 
3.0
Verdict: I have been using this tracking watch for a littler over three months and are very satisfied with it's performance. GPS is very accurate, the exercise tracking it's alright. I still feel that the battery is not a good one.
1 year ago
B&H Photo
 

Great product, but BIG

 
1.0
Verdict: Bought this as a birthday present for my wife and, after having it for about a week, she (feeling guilty) asked about Cabela's return policy. I immediately knew why! This is really too big for a petite woman - it's a shame they don't make one with a slightly smaller "wristprint" for smaller humans.
1 year ago
Cabela's
 

"Ciao Christmas Tree: A Wished For Gift"

 
5.0
Pros: Helps to encourage physical activity. Can be synced with a smart phone. Attractive in design
Cons: Very expensive at present
Verdict: I am writing this review as part of Ciao's Christmas Tree competition, where we are invited to review gifts we have purchased for others and gifts we should like to receive ourselves.

Read full review at Ciao
2 years ago
Ciao
 

Excellent

 
5.0
Verdict: Bought for my daughters birthday & she loves it, great fit, everything works as it should & has the heart rate monitor that she wanted, great gift for a sporty, energetic teenager.

Read full review at Debenhams
2 years ago
Debenhams
 

FitBit Convert

 
4.0
Pros: The app integration is spot on. It tracks your running by GPS and gives you a visual of where you ran on a map overlay. The software also send you weekly updates showing distance ran, average heart rate, calories burned and a few other things.
Cons: The bad, well, its sizable. The "watch" itself is big and feels ungainly on my wrist. I have slim wrists and wearing this feels awkward, not uncomfortable but awkward. Given the size I generally only wear it when I'm working out.
Verdict: With the app integration, built in GPS, heart rate monitor and amount of info it provides this is an easy recommendation as long as you don't mind it being a bit ungainly.

Read full review at Newegg
2 years ago
Newegg
 

Love this!

 
5.0
Verdict: This is my first "Activity Tracker" and I have had it for 2 weeks. It's really quite addictive! I wanted a device that monitored sleep and my heart rate. I almost bought two cheaper devices but decided to try this instead and I have been really pleased with it.
2 years ago
johnlewis.com
 

Awesome, awesome

 
2.0
Verdict: Awesome, awesome, awesome. If you are a FitBit Flex/Charge user looking to upgrade, the Surge is for you. I used to get frustrated wearing a watch and a FitBit (I was a Flex user). The Surge was a great solution to that problem - and an absolute upgrade as far as the FitBit features go.

Read full review at Amazon
2 years ago
Amazon
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