It’s all in the wrist
When you put on a Fitbit tracker or smartwatch, you know you’re getting something you can trust. The new Fitbit Sense™, Fitbit Versa 3™ and Fitbit Inspire 2™ take it a step further with plenty of new, enhanced features, including advanced sensors and empirical data that can help deliver a bigger picture of the progress you’ve achieved.
Go with the Sense if you want Fitbit’s most advanced health smartwatch, which includes the most advanced combination of sensors and innovative technology on any Fitbit device. Give the Versa 3 a chance if you want a steady combination of built-in GPS, the choice of Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa Built-in voice-assistants, and the ability to take calls from your wrist. Try Inspire 2 if you prefer a smaller form factor and up to 10 days of battery1. No matter which route you take, these devices have you covered.
Feel a sixth sense while wearing Fitbit Sense
This is a smartwatch made to tell you things you might not otherwise know. Equipped with the most advanced combination of sensors and algorithms, the Fitbit Sense gives you the deepest understanding of your body and can help guide you to better health and wellness. The on-device electrodermal activity (EDA) sensor and EDA Scan app can help you detect how your body responds during meditation or relaxation. Measuring your EDA responses can help you understand your body’s response to stressors and help you manage your stress. Sense users also receive an all-new Stress Management Score in the Fitbit App, so you can receive insight into how your heart rate, sleep and activity levels impact your physiological stress and overall health.
Plus, the new on-device compatible electrocardiogram (ECG) app can analyze your heart’s rhythm for signs of atrial fibrillation (Afib)2. Sense also comes with enhanced heart rate tracking with PurePulse 2.0 that uses an all-new multi-path heart rate sensor and improved algorithm, and will notify you if it detects your heart rate goes above or below your personal heart rate threshold, which may be an indication of a heart condition.
Get into a groove by strapping on Fitbit Versa 3
You now get built-in GPS, letting you track your real-time pace and distance on-wrist without your phone on your latest running or hiking route. After a GPS-enabled exercise, sync your device for a GPS-powered heat map of your heart rate zones during your route to better gauge your effort and help you train.
Keep track of the time spent in each heart rate zone with real-time alerts with Active Zone Minutes (AZM). AZM helps you move more efficiently by notifying you each time you change zones, so you can push harder or scale back.
The built-in microphone and speaker lets you take calls from your wrist via Bluetooth, send calls to voicemail and adjust the call volume3. You also get to bring a digital assistant with you that talks out loud. Manage your routine with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa Built-in, by controlling your smart home devices or checking if the weather will hold up for that long jog you’ve got planned4.
Get up and get moving with Fitbit Inspire 2
Good things do come in smaller packages sometimes, and that’s one way to get started with Fitbit Inspire 2. This svelte activity tracker won’t look out of place on any wrist, and its universality extends to its performance. Switch out for a different band to suit any occasion, or your own style.
Whatever the motivation you need to stay active, Inspire 2 is ready to oblige. It tracks your activity at all times, including how well you sleep, and can even go for a swim in the pool on your wrist. Choose from 20+ exercises on-wrist for accurate tracking the moment you begin your workout. And while active or inactive, your smartphone notifications can come in to keep you up to date.
You get all that with a one year free trial of Fitbit Premium5, opening the door to a platform full of guided workouts, advanced analytics, step-by-step programs, personalized insights, exclusive challenges, health reports and more. This great value-added service could help you achieve your health and wellness goals and strive to feel your best.
1 Battery life varies with use and other factors.
2 FDA review of compatible ECG app pending; only available in the U.S. upon clearance. Availability outside the U.S. pending applicable regulatory clearances including approval under Directive 93/42/EEC (the Medical Device Directive). The ECG app has not yet received a CE mark and will not be marketed, put into service or otherwise made available in the EU until it has obtained regulatory approval. Not intended for use by people under 22 years old. See www.fitbit.com/ecg for more details.
3 Available when phone is nearby. Bluetooth calling and volume control coming soon. Reply to text available only to Android users.
4 Voice assistant availability and features may vary, see www.fitbit.com/voice. Google Assistant coming winter 2020.
5 New Premium users only. Valid payment method required. Free trial must be activated within 60 days of device activation. Cancel before free trial ends to avoid subscription fees. See full terms & conditions here. Premium content and features subject to change.
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