Fitbit has always tried to stay ahead of the competition when it comes to presenting itself as the de-facto standard for the fitness conscious. With that said, over the years, they’ve concocted various fitness goals and have aptly labeled them as badges. These goals range from showing off how much weight you’ve lost or displaying the fact that your step count has reached the length of the great wall of China.

Surprisingly though, no matter what device you use from Fitbit, if it supports the latest version of the companion application, you’ll be able to participate and earn all of the many badges that we’ve also listed down below for your convenience.

What Are Fitbit Badges?

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As mentioned earlier, Fitbit Badges act as personal achievements that you can accumulate over time. These are not to be confused with trophies though. While that’s not our subject matter for today, trophies are the result of direct competition with other Fitbit users while you can get badges without necessarily competing with anyone.

From what we’ve seen so far, here are the few distinct categories of Fitbit badges:

  • Walk x amount of steps 
  • Climb x amount of stairs
  • Walk x amount of distance
  • Lose x amount of weight
  • Fitbit specific challenges

If you thought these badges were easy to get, you’d be mistaken. While some involve you just walking 1000 steps, others are quite ludicrous. For example, the Olympian Sandles badge has you walk 100,000 steps in one single day.

Plus, there are a few themed badges that are only available for a short duration. While we aren’t really sure of how long they last, they tend to stay for a few months, and some, like the Minion-themed ones, seem to be added permanently.

How Do I Earn / Get Fitbit Badges?

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In terms of step-based badges and ones where your floors climbed are tracked, those are done automatically. While you can manually log steps, they don’t count towards your badges to keep things fair. Moreover, the distance you travel by cycling is also not considered valid. However, Fitbit might be adding cycling-related badges soon.

So, in most cases, you are only going to earn badges if you have your Fitbit device with you. For Weight loss/gain goal badges, you’ll only be able to get them if you have a Fitbit Arla or a Fitbit Arla 2 scale which is synced up to your Fitbit account.

How To View Fitbit Badges

After you’ve got your hands on a sweet, sweet badge, there are three ways you can access them, here’s how:

Website

Well, this one’s quite simple. Head over to this website, log in to your Fitbit account, if you haven’t already and you’ll be able to access and view all your badges!

Companion Application

You can also view your badges on the Fitbit application as well, here’s how:

  • Tap the Today tab, and head to your profile picture
  • After that, head to Badges and Trophies
  • Now, head to Badge Collection to be able to see all your badges

Internal Application

If you have any of the following watches, you’ll be able to access your badges right from your watch:

  • Fitbit Versa
  • Fitbit Versa Lite Edition
  • Fitbit Versa 2 

If you have any of these products, here’s how you can access them:

  • Swipe up from your clock face and then tap Fitbit Today
  • Now, head over to the badges tile and tap on Settings present at the bottom of Fitbit Today and turn on the badges tile
  • Now, swipe left towards the badges tile and you’ll be able to see 4 of the badges you’ve earned.

How To Show My Fitbit Badges To Others?

You can either keep your badges private or public. They are private by default. However, you can always make them visible to others if you want to. Here’s how:

Fitbit Companion Application

  • Open the Today tab and tap on your profile picture
  • Now, head to Privacy -> Badges and Trophies
  • You can now choose whether you want the badges visible to you, your friends, or to everyone who has a Fitbit account

Fitbit Dashboard

  • Head to the Fitbit Dashboard and head to the Settings -> Privacy
  • Now, choose whether you want the badges to be visible just for you, your friends, or for everyone who uses Fitbit.

How To Share Badges On Fitbit

If you are extremely proud of your Fitbit badges (you should be!l, you can share them with your friends. You can use the method we’ve mentioned above to be able to share your Fitbit badges. However, if you want to share them with a particular group of friends, here’s how:

  • Tap on the individual badge and tap on the Share button
  • Now, choose either a group or a community to be able to share it with a group within Fitbit
  • You can also tap the different Share button to share it with an application outside of Fitbit 

All Fitbit Badges List (2022)

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Here’s a list of all the badges that you can currently get from Fitbit. We’ll be updating this list constantly so you’ll always know what next badge you need to get!

Fitbit Daily Steps Badges

IconNameAccomplishment
Fitbit Badges: Boat Shoes
Boat ShoesYou’ve walked 5,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badges: SneakersSneakersYou’ve walked 10,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badge: Urban ShoesUrban BootsYou’ve walked 15,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badges: High TopsHigh TopsYou’ve walked 20,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badges: ClassicsClassicsYou’ve walked 25,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Trail ShoesTrail ShoesYou’ve walked 30,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Hiking ShoesHiking BootsYou’ve walked 35,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badges: CleatsCleatsYou’ve walked 40,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Snow BootsSnow BootsYou’ve walked 45,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Cowboy Boots
Cowboy BootsYou’ve walked 50,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Platform ShoesPlatform Shoes
You’ve walked 55,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Blue Suede Shoes
Blue Suede ShoesYou’ve walked 60,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Ruby Slippers
Ruby SlippersYou’ve walked 65,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Spring LoadersSpring LoadersYou’ve walked 70,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Genie ShoesGenie ShoesYou’ve walked 75,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Futuristic KicksFuturistic KicksYou’ve walked 80,000 steps in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Rocket BootsRocket Boots
You’ve walked 90,000 steps in one day.

Fitbit Badges: Olympian Sandals
Olympian SandalsYou’ve walked 100,000 steps in one day.

Fitbit Lifetime Distance Badges

IconNameAccomplishment
Fitbit Badges: Marathon
MarathonYou’ve walked 26 miles since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: March of PenguinsMarch of PenguinsYou’ve walked 70 miles since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: London
LondonYou’ve walked 250 miles since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: Hawaiian IslandsHawaiian Islands
You’ve walked 350 miles since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: SerengetiSerengetiYou’ve walked 500 miles since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: Italy
ItalyYou’ve walked 736 miles since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: New ZealandNew Zealand
You’ve walked 990 miles since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: Great Barrier Reef
Great Barrier Reef
You’ve walked 1,600 miles since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: Japan
JapanYou’ve walked 1,869 miles since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: IndiaIndia
You’ve walked 1,997 miles since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: Monarch Migration
Monarch MigrationYou’ve walked 2,500 miles since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: Sahara
SaharaYou’ve walked 2,983 miles since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: Nile
NileYou’ve walked 4,132 miles since joining Fitbit.
Africa Fitbit BadgeAfricaYou’ve walked 5,500 miles since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: Great Wall
Great Wall
You’ve walked 5,500 miles since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: Earth Diameter
Earth Diameter
You’ve walked 7,900 miles since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badge: Pole to Pole
Pole to PoleYou’ve walked 12,430 miles since joining Fitbit.

Fitbit Daily Floors Badges

IconNameAccomplishment
Fitbit Badges: Happy Hill
Happy HillYou’ve climbed 10 floors in one day.

Fitbit Badges: Redwood Forest
Redwood Forest
You’ve climbed 25 floors in one day.

Fitbit Badges: Lighthouse
LighthouseYou’ve climbed 50 floors in one day,
Fitbit Badges: Ferris Wheel


Ferris WheelYou’ve climbed 75 floors in one day.
Fitbit-badges-skyscraperSkyscraperYou’ve climbed 100 floors in one day.
Fitbit Badges: RollercoasterRollercoaster
You’ve climbed 125 floors in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Stadium
StadiumYou’ve climbed 150 floors in one day.
Fitbit Badges: BridgeBridgeYou’ve climbed 175 floors in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Castle
CastleYou’ve climbed 200 floors in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Waterfall
WaterfallYou’ve climbed 300 floors in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Canyon
CanyonYou’ve climbed 400 floors in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Volcano
VolcanoYou’ve climbed 500 floors in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Mountain
MountainYou’ve climbed 600 floors in one day.
Fitbit Badges: Rainbow
RainbowYou’ve climbed 700 floors in one day.

Fitbit Lifetime Floors Badges

IconNameAccomplishment
Fitbit Badges: HelicopterHelicopterYou’ve climbed 500 floors since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: Skydiver
SkydiverYou’ve climbed 1,000 floors since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: Hot Air Balloon
Hot Air Balloon
You’ve climbed 2,000 floors since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: 747
747You’ve climbed 4,000 floors since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: Cloud
CloudYou’ve climbed 8,000 floors since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: UFO
SpaceshipYou’ve climbed 14,000 floors since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: Shooting Star
Shooting StarYou’ve climbed 20,000 floors since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: Astronaut
AstronautYou’ve climbed 28,000 floors since joining Fitbit.
Fitbit Badges: Satellite
SatelliteYou’ve climbed 35,000 floors since joining Fitbit.

Fitbit Weight Goal Badges

IconNameAccomplishment

Fitbit Badges: Goal Set
Weight Goal SetYou set a new goal.

Fitbit Badges: Weight Goal Met
Weight Goal MetWeight goal achieved.
Fitbit Badges: Weight Goal Met5-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 5 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 10 pounds


10-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 10 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 15 Pounds Lost15-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 15 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 25 Pounds Lost25-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 25 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 30 Pounds Lost
30-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 30 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 35 Pounds Lost
35-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 35 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 40 Pounds Lost


40-Pound Weight LossYou’ve lost 40 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 45 Pounds Lost45-Pound Weight Loss You’ve lost 45 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 50 Pounds Lost
50-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 50 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 55 Pounds Lost
55-Pound Weight LossYou’ve lost 55 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 65 Pounds Lost65-Pound Weight Loss  You’ve lost 65 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 70 Pounds Lost
70-Pound Weight LossYou’ve lost 70 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 75 Pounds Lost
75-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 75 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 80 Pounds Lost80-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 80 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 90 Pounds Lost
90-Pound Weight LossYou’ve lost 90 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 95 Pounds Lost
95-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 30 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 100 Pounds100-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 100 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 105 pounds
105-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 105 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 110 Pounds


110-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 110 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: Fitbit Badges115-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 115 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 120 Pounds120-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 120 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 125 Pounds
125-Pound Weight LossYou’ve lost 125 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 130 Pounds
130-Pound Weight LossYou’ve lost 130 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 135 Pounds
135-Pound Weight LossYou’ve lost 135 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 140 Pounds140-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 140 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badge: 145 Pounds Lost


145-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 145 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 150 Pounds Lost150-Pound Weight LossYou’ve lost 150 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 155 Pounds Lost155-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 155 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 160 Pounds Lost
160-Pound Weight LossYou’ve lost 160 pounds since setting a weight goal.

Fitbit Badges: 165 Pounds Lost

165-Pound Weight LossYou’ve lost 165 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 170 Pounds Lost170-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 170 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 175 Pounds Lost175-Pound Weight LossYou’ve lost 175 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 180 Pounds Lost
180-Pound Weight Loss
You’ve lost 180 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 185 Pounds Lost
185-Pound Weight LossYou’ve lost 185 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 190 Pounds Lost190-Pound Weight LossYou’ve lost 190 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 195 Pounds Lost


195-Pound Weight Loss

You’ve lost 195 pounds since setting a weight goal.
Fitbit Badges: 200 Pounds Lost200-Pound Weight Loss You’ve lost 200 pounds since setting a weight goal.

Verdict

I know badges, achievements don’t have any practical value, but it has this psychological value. I have been playing Sony Playstation for some time now and they also have these achievements, the more you play the game the more achievements you get and it’s addicting, you always want to get all the trophies and show all your friends you have finished the game on 100%. With FitBit badges it’s similar, the only exception is that it also improves your health in a way and in motivates you to be more athletic and healthy.

I personally love the idea behind it and I have noticed people don’t really share these things, even though it’s a great idea by Fitbit. Keeps you going and gives extra motivation.

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