The more advanced version named Fitbit Inspire HR has additional features such as exercise modes, pace, and distance tracking, cardio fitness levels, 24/7 heart rate tracking, and sleep stages monitoring and come in the color options of black, white/black and lilac.
Fitness-tracking vendor Fitbit has given its channel the runaround by releasing a new device it will only sell through corporate health plans and health insurers. The company claims it is its cheapest fitness tracker yet, but won't reveal its exact pricing as prices may vary considering it is bought and sold in bulk.
Fitbit Inspire features all of the standard fitness tracker options, including activity and sleep tracking, a counter of calories burned, and reminders of when to do physical activities. There's a small touchscreen that displays the time and other information. In fact, Fitbit now has 6.8 million users, including health plan members, patients, and employees, who are signed up for wellness programs that use Fitbit fitness trackers.
As their names suggest, the Inspire HR features a heart rate monitor, while the stock Inspire lacks this feature. It's water immune as much as 50 meters, guarantees as much as five days of battery life, and is available in black and sangria color choices. Both the fitness bands can be worn on the wrist or can be used as clips.
Called the Inspire and the Inspire HR, and roughly equivalent to the Fitbit Charge 3, the tracker is created to be used as part of employee or insurance wellness schemes, allowing end users to earn rewards for healthy activity and exercise. Now there are few leaks which suggest that the company is working on fitness tracker for kids, and images of the same have surfaced online.
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