7 Best Fit­bit Charge 4 Met­al Bands That You Can Buy

Namrata Gogoi

Fitbit Charge 4's stock band looks great and is comfortable to wear, and the breathable material adds to the comfort. However, it isn't stylish. At most times, the stock band refuses to blend in with your clothes or get-up. Thankfully, there are plenty of third-party bands that you can buy to make your Fitbit Charge 4 stand out.

Top Best Fitbit Charge 4 Metal Bands That You Can Buy

Metal bands look elegant and are also comfortable to wear, and at the same time, they make the perfect accessory for formal evenings, dinners, and even for office wear.

If you are searching for metal bands for your Fitbit Charge 4, we have rounded up a small list of some of the best bands in the market. These bands are affordable, stylish, and are easy to put on and off.

1. Kimilar Premium Stainless Steel Metal Band

Kimilar Premium Stainless Steel Metal Band

If you are looking for a simple watch-like metal band for your Charge 4, the Kimilar Stainless Steel band fits the bill perfectly. Available in two colors, the band looks exactly like a typical watch band with a standard clasp. The latter makes it easy to put on the watch. The installation process is easy, and at the same time, if the default width of the band is big for you, you can remove the links.

The band also comes with a small tool to remove the links. The band's insides are marked with little arrows to indicate the direction to push out the pins.

Other than that, it's comfortable to wear and is scratch-resistant to some extent. Plus, the fact that it doesn't discolor even after regular wear sweetens the deal. Both these reasons have pushed the Kilimar Steel Bands up the popularity ladder.

It enjoys a rating of 4.5-stars out of 5 on Amazon, out of some three hundred reviews. As per Fakespot's estimates, approximately 73.5% of the reviews are reliable.

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However, you have to be a bit careful with how you handle the link removal tool since it's a little delicate, and quite a few users have complained about it breaking midway.

2. Marval Power Leather and Metal Bands

Marval Power Leather and Metal Bands

When people think of metal bands or leather bands, usually images of plain bands pop up in mind. But there's so much more than a plain band, and the Marval Power bands are the perfect examples. These bands combine both leather and metal in their bands and give it a bracelet-like look. The leather looks classy while the metal adds its share of the hip to the band.

Naturally, you can't afford to wear this band loosely around your wrists like conventional bracelets, as the Charge 4 may not track your steps or heartbeats accurately.

Other than being a looker, it works as advertised. It snaps to the Charge 4 with no issues, and there are few snap buttons to keep it in place. However, do note that this band is not meant for everyday-usage as the metal part tends to lose its sparkle.

3. fastgo Premium Stainless Steel Replacement Wristbands

fastgo Premium Stainless Steel Replacement Wristbands

If you want a feminine look on your Fitbit Charge 4, you should check out the steel replacement bands from fastgo. These bands are stylish and lend a great look to your fitness tracker and, at the same time, do not undermine the functionality of the tracker. The chain near the tracker makes it breathable while the links at the bottom make it easy to fasten the watch and gives it an elegant look.

These bands typically fit wrists between 5.5-inches to 7.5-inches and come with a tool to adjust the width. The makers claim that the metal is nickel-free so you can keep aside worries of skin irritation.

It's comfortable to wear, and the link clasp makes it easy to take it off/on.

They are available in four color variants—Pink Gold, Rose Gold, Silver, Black.

4. Fitlink Stainless Steel Metal Bands

Fitlink Stainless Steel Metal Bands

The Fitlink Stainless Steel Metal Bands have a woven metal look that ends up giving the tracker a great look. These stainless steel bands are both comfortable and flexible, making it easy to wear them even for long durations. The crux of this metal band is the magnetic closure. All you have to do is lay one end of the band on top of the other, and it would snap shut. That gives you a snug fit around your wrist.

Installation is seamless, and the good thing is that the mesh or the metal part does not snag on clothes or skin. However, you have to be a bit more careful if you wear certain soft fabrics like knit tops, spandex clothing, etc.

The magnetic closure is strong, which means you do not have to live in the constant fear of the tracker falling off, and this has been backed by several users on Amazon's user reviews section.

Best Fitbit Charge 4 Metal Bands That You Can Buy Fitlink2

It's available in many colors, including a bright green and a subtle yellow variant.

5. Aresh Stainless Steel Replacement Band

Aresh Stainless Steel Replacement Band

The Aresh Stainless Steel Replacement Band sports standard watch-like looks, which give the Fitbit Charge 4 a classy look. Like some of the bands above, the band's width is adjustable and comes with a link removal tool to adjust the band's width. The instructions are clear, and the watch's width can be adjusted at home. The matte metal surface of the band adds to the fitness band's looks.

User reviews of this product have been good, with most users liking it for its looks and easy installation process. The best part is that the different color variants match the description.

However, the color layer of the band is not the strongest out there. When worn continuously, the upper layer tends to rub off.

6. Shangpule Stainless Steel Bands

Shangpule Stainless Steel Bands

The crux of the Shangpule Stainless Steel Bands is the dual color tones. The one mentioned here is made of stainless steel and is intertwined with rose gold links that give it a rich and classy look. The watch-like clasp ensures that your fitness tracker will stay put, and you do not have to worry about it falling off.

It looks great and is comfortable to wear. These qualities have earned it a fair share of good reviews from its user base.

It has 64% positive 5-stars reviews on Amazon and as per Fakespot's estimates, around 80% of the reviews are trustworthy.

Best Fitbit Charge 4 Metal Bands That You Can Buy Shangpule 2

The makers bundle a link-removal tool as well. The only issue is that it is a little too delicate.

7. Valband Metal Replacement Bands

Valband Metal Replacement Bands

If you want to switch between different colored bands, the Valband Metal Replacement Bands makes for a good buy. These bands come in a pack of three, and you get three colors in one pack—Black /Silver /Rose Gold. The best part is that the bands are easy to install, making it easy to change them on the fly. Like the Fitlink bands, these also have the texture of woven metal and sport a magnetic closure.

The woven metal is breathable, thus making it comfortable to wear even for long periods. The closure is strong and stays shut until you pry them open.

These bands come in two sizes—Small and Large.

Ring of Steel

Steel or metal bands certainly add their share of elegance and richness to the Fitbit Charge 4. They are more breathable, which makes them easy and convenient to wear for long durations. However, do note that metal bands are not waterproof, and unlike the stock silicon bands, you can't wear them to swimming or the shower.

So, which of these bands will you buy? The Fitlink band quite smites me. What about you?

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Namrata loves writing about products and gadgets. She has been working for Guiding Tech since 2017 and has around three years of experience writing features, how-tos, buying guides, and explainers. Previously she worked as an IT Analyst at TCS, but she found her calling elsewhere.