Along with its new connected watches, the Fitbit Versa 3 and Fitbit Sense, the connected object specialist has also unveiled a new connected bracelet, the Fitbit Inspire 2.
The design changes very little from the Inspire and Inspire HR, but we can note that the physical button on its edge is now capacitive, like the Fitbit Charge 4. As with the latter, Inspire 2 now focuses on active minutes to provide a goal that is simple to use and easy to challenge on a daily basis.
Thanks to its heart rate monitor, this connected bracelet allows you to keep an eye on your heart rate during your training in order to know in which zone you are (cardio, calorie burning, etc.) and to monitor your performance and health. We find all the usual Fitbit panoply, with sleep monitoring, menstrual cycle tracking, a guided breathing application, reminders to stay active, and, of course, notifications from your smartphone.
One of the main improvements concerns its autonomy since it goes from 5 to 10 days advertised. The bracelet is also water resistant to a depth of 50 meters but does not contain a dedicated GPS. Pairing with a smartphone is therefore mandatory for this use.
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“Premium” Supplements :
With the purchase of a Fitbit Inspire 2 comes one year of Fitbit Premium membership. This program allows you to get more detailed information within the application, personalized advice, motivational audio and video accompaniments during sports sessions, or a mindfulness meditation program.
The Fitbit Inspire 2 will be available this fall for 99$.