Fitbit recently released the Fitbit Inspire, Inspire HR, Versa, and Ace 2 in a brand announcement. Fitbit, with its new line of products, aims to reach a more significant number of customers in the wearable fitness market. Fitbit’s new range of products also comes with new software redesigns, so customers can be sure that they’re getting the best products. Unfamiliar with the latest releases? Here are brief summaries for each product.
Inspire and Inspire HR
The most affordable heart rate tracker currently available through Fitbit, the Inspire HR, costs just under $100. For the price, users get heart rate tracking, sleep tracking, breathing exercises, and more. One feature pushed by Fitbit marketing executives was the 15 different guided exercise modes, for those just starting to get active. The Inspire, which only runs you $70, has all the bells and whistles that the Inspire HR has without the heart rate tracking. If you want to pick up one of these fitness trackers, you can only do so through certain employers’ health plans, though.
Fitbit enjoyed so much success with its other launches in the Versa line that they decided to add another watch to the mix! The Versa Lite they released last week has many of the same features as the Inspire HR, with a few bonus features! The Versa Lite has a swim-proof design and a diagnostic function to detect bouts of sleep disorders, like sleep apnea.
If your kids want to get in on the action with a flashy new smartwatch, you’re in luck! Fitbit released the Ace 2 last week, its second smartwatch geared toward kids in the Ace line. With a handful of bright wristbands, kid-friendly bumpers, and animated challenges, your kids might find themselves inspired to get up and get moving!
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