Google-owned fitness tracker manufacturer Fitbit has introduced a new lineup of smart wearables. The company has introduced three models: the Fitbit Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3. All the wearables come with touchscreens and colour displays and include a number of sensors to track the user’s health and lifestyle.
Fitbit Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3 price in India and availability
Fitbit Inspire 3 will be available in India in September via fitbit.com/in and select shops for INR 8,999, which includes a six-month Premium membership for both new and existing customers.
Both the Versa 4 and the Sense 2 will be available in India starting this fall via fitbit.com/in and a few stores. The Versa 4 costs INR 20,499 and the Sense 2 costs INR 24,999. Both include a six-month Premium subscription (for new or returning users).
Fitbit Inspire 3
With a battery life of 10 days, the Inspire 3 tracker makes keeping track of your health enjoyable and simple. It’s a fantastic entry-level gadget with a vibrant colour display that can monitor crucial data at our most affordable pricing.
The Inspire 3’s tiny, lightweight pebble is water resistant to a depth of 50 metres, comfortably fits on your wrist, and features Fitbit’s longest battery life for all-day comfort. It also comes in a variety of vibrant hues to match your style. Additionally, you may quickly switch up your appearance with various accessories including transparent and stainless steel mesh bands and a clip.
The vibrant display gives your day even more colour by allowing you to instantly view your data, select a clock face that matches your taste, and use the new always-on display function (3+ days with default settings). With fully customised on-wrist notifications from your phone, you can stay in touch with what matters to you even while you’re out for a run or on your way to class.
Your activity (steps, calories burnt, distance travelled, hourly activity), exercise (active zone minutes and weekly goal progress), heart rate, heart health, and sleep quality (blood oxygen (SpO2), duration, and score) are all tracked by the Fitbit Inspire 3 around-the-clock. From your wrist, you can also begin an activity, set timers, a stopwatch, or alarms to wake you up when you are in the best possible sleep stage, as well as turn off alerts and disable the screen display for a restful night.
With access to introductory fitness and wellness programmes, advice, and challenges via the Fitbit app, Inspire 3 gives you insights into your body and offers direction to help you realise your health objectives. For a 360-degree picture of your health, you can use the app to track your blood sugar, hydration, menstrual cycle, and nutritional data to accelerate your progress. You can also stay encouraged by interacting with and setting challenges for your friends and family.
Fitbit Verse 4 and Sense 2
Both the Fitbit Verse 4 and Sense 2 are powered by the new Fitbit OS. They have been altered to be thinner and lighter and to feel more comfortable on your body all the time. The button, which was last seen on the Versa 2, is back and is now easier to reach while working out.
The Wearables offers a variety of features, including real-time data, walk/run recognition on your wrist, sleep tracking, and stress tracking, in addition to 24-hour heart rate monitoring and activity tracking. These smartwatches are guaranteed to keep up with their fast charging capabilities and battery life of more than six days (12 minutes of charging = one day’s worth of battery life!).
The device comes with a Premium feature, Sleep Profile. It makes use of 10 sleep indicators to identify your sleep style, identify important trends, and assist you in getting better-quality sleep. Your Stress Management Score will also show you how well your body is managing stress, enabling you to determine whether to engage in some guided breathing exercises, meditation, or reflection.
Both the Versa 4 and the Sense 2 are iOS and Android compatible and loaded with intelligent features including expanded app and text notifications, glanceable alerts, smart replies (Android only), and more. Additionally, Google Maps and Google Wallet will be accessible directly from your wrist in the near future.
Versa 4 offers more than 40 exercise modes—more than twice as many as we’ve ever had—all of which are accessible on the go. These include brand-new options like HIIT, weightlifting, CrossFit, and dance. Use the built-in GPS to go outside, or use Fitbit Premium’s more than 1,000 workouts and mindfulness sessions to try something new. Whatever choice you make, Active Zone Minutes and real-time heart rate zone warnings enable you to monitor the cumulative effect of your exertion.
With a new Body Response sensor that tracks continuous electrodermal activity (cEDA) for all-day stress management right from your wrist, Sense 2 expands on Fitbit’s stress tracking features. It utilises measurements like heart rate, heart rate variability, and skin temperature, along with cEDA, to assist you in understanding when your body may be exhibiting indications of stress. After receiving a Body Response notification, Sense 2 suggests various methods for reducing stress immediately, such as mood tracking, guided breathing exercises, mindfulness exercises, on-wrist tracking, and the Fitbit app.
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