Fitbit’s Three New Horizons on Board to Monitor Overall Health – Everything You Need to Know!


Fitbit announced Sense, Versa 3 and Inspire 2 Fitness Watches to track each Activity

Fitbit announced three smartwatches to keep a deep eye on overall well-being. These fitness trackers trace from heart health to stress levels of an individual. New skylines of the Fitbits promise to be your 24/7 health ally that monitors your whole activity start from morning to night.

Fitbit launched three new smartwatches to monitor the overall well-being. Fitbit Sense, Fitbit Versa 3, and Fitbit Inspire 2 are the new advanced fitness trackers that monitor each activity of the users during the day and night. For tracking stress levels and heart health during sleep, Fitbit Sense fitness smartwatch equipped with stress and heart-health technology. Till now, it tracks only temperature and blood oxygen during sleep but with this new smartwatch now it could be able to track heart health and stress levels during sleep at night as well.

Along with Fitbit Sense, the company also released an all-new Versa 3 smartwatch which combines Google Assistant and GPS. Along with these two, Fitbit also kicked off its third horizon Inspire 2 fitness tracker for $100. However, due to pandemic, all these smartwatches were launched at a virtual launch event, at the event Fitbit also highlighted all its focus on health during the pandemic.

Fitbit focus on health during the pandemic

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Fitbit Inspire 2

Fitbit Inspire 2 is a next-in-line heir of the Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR fitness bands. Out of the three fitness wearables which declared yesterday, Fitbit Inspire 2 is the most reasonably inexpensive fitness wearable. Inspire 2 composed with a heart rate sensor, activity monitor that can be able to track approximately 20+ most suitable exercises and offers a battery life of up to 10 or 12 days. Moreover, Fitbit Inspire 2 offers free 1-year subscriptions to Fitbit Premium as well.

Fitbit Versa 3

In the virtual event, Fitbit Versa 3 is the second fitness wearable the company has introduced. This fitness tracker equipped with built-in GPS and speakers that will help you to make phone calls while on the movement. Apart from this, Versa 3 also has support for voice assistants, for instance, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistants. With this fitness wearable, users can also make payments via Fitbit Pay at selected merchants, though, this feature is available in selected nations currently. Versa 3 offers a battery life of up to 6 days.

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Fitbit Sense

Among the three, Fitbit Sense is the company’s flagship fitness smartwatch. Fitbit Sense fitness tracker comes with an EDA sensor to detect and manage the stress levels which Fitbit claims that this is the very first time for any fitness wearable. Moreover, Fitbit Sense has a big AMOLED display with an extensive light sensor. The company is also rolling up the Stress Management Score which will inform users how their bodies react to stress. Significantly, Fitbit Sense fitness wearable comes with an in-built ECG app that could help users by detecting their heart issues and notify users when their heart rate gets fast or slow. Fitbit Sense and Fitbit Versa 3 uses the same charger.

Can Fitbit New Smartwatches Detect COVID-19 Symptoms?

After the dispatch of Fitbit’s new fitness smartwatches, the most prominent question that hits in the mind of every individual presently that “Can Fitbit’s New Smartwatches detect COVID-19 Symptoms?”, YES, Fitbit’s new smartwatch Sense, Versa 3, and Inspire 2 can be able to detect the early symptoms of COVID-19 pandemic.

Early symptoms of COVID-19 include breathing rate and heart rate which can be easily detected by the Fitbit’s new horizons. When it comes to pricing of the Fitbit wearables then, Fitbit Sense priced at Rs 34,999 ($330) while Versa 3 priced at Rs 26,499 ( $230) and Inspire 2 priced at Rs 10,999 ($100). However, these Fitbit wearables will be available in India at the end of September. Whereas, all three new wearables are available for pre-bookings in the US only. Fitbit’s fitness wearables are highly compatible with both Android and iOS smartphones.