Fitbit Unveils New Smartwatch Range: Inspire 3, Sense 2 and Versa 4

Fitbit Unveils The Inspire 3, Sense 2, and Versa 4 Watches

Fitbit will be adding Google technology to their full line of upcoming smartwatches, the Inspire 3, Versa 4 and Sense 2.

This technology will still retain the company’s current health and wellness tools while providing even more ways to keep track of your health. The Inspire 3 ($129.95 CAD), Versa 4 ($299.95 CAD), and Sense 2 ($399 CAD) are thinner and more comfortable, so users can wear them day and night. They also come with increased battery life, so they don’t need to be charged every day, which allows them to function as sleep trackers as well as fitness tools.

Fitbit Unveils New Smartwatch Range: Inspire 3, Sense 2 And Versa 4
Fitbit Inspire 3

The Inspire 3 is a more entry-level device with a colour display that can track important metrics and boasts 10-days of battery life.

Fitbit Unveils New Smartwatch Range: Inspire 3, Sense 2 And Versa 4
Fitbit Versa 4

The Versa 4 is a fitness-focused smartwatch with over 40 different exercise modes, a built-in GPS, and access to Fitbit Premium features like Daily Readiness which can help users reach their activity goals.

Fitbit Unveils New Smartwatch Range: Inspire 3, Sense 2 And Versa 4
Fitbit Sense 2

The Sense 2 is their most advanced health-focused smartwatch which has the new Body Response sensor, and on-wrist continuous EDA sensor for all-day stress management, plus heart health tools including the ECG app and PPG algorithm.

All three new devices will come with six months of Fitbit’s premium service which provides users with Daily Readiness Scores and sleep profiles, advanced analytics, personalized insights, and a library of more than 1,000 workouts and mindfulness sessions.

Users can also utilize the Fitbit app to track their hydration, mood, nutrition, menstrual health, and glucose levels for a more in-depth look at their overall health. The new Sense 2 watches also provide Irregular Heart Rhythm Notifications, which use a photoplethysmography (PPG) sensor to assess heart rhythms for signs of atrial fibrillation (AFib) in users 22 years or older with no known history of irregular heart rhythm. Unlike some competitors, Fitbit’s Irregular Hearth Rhythm system has both FDA clearance and CE marking.

All three wearables are available for pre-order now with world-wide availability starting this fall. You can find the Versa 4 here, Sense 2 here and the Inspire 3 here.

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