The Inspire device has several standard features like step tracking, heart rate checker along with details of calories burnt during different activities.
In other words, you might get given one by your boss, or when you renew your health insurance, but you can't order it straight from the Fitbit website.
Called the Inspire and the Inspire HR, and roughly equivalent to the Fitbit Charge 3, the tracker is created to be used as part of employee or insurance wellness schemes, allowing end users to earn rewards for healthy activity and exercise.
The new models were not released with much attention, so it's unclear when exactly the trackers became available. Inspire HR can also monitor a user's sleep stages - light, deep, and REM.
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The Fitbit Inspire HR comes with heartbeat tracking among other added features. It also has a claimed battery life of up to 5 days and is available in two colour variants: black and sangria.
Arriving as a fully subsidized product meant to be distributed in mass quantities, Fitbit is promoting its new tracker as a way to encourage the well being of health care recipients. A clip accessory is sold separately.
Fitbit Inspire and its advanced version Fitbit Inspire HR have been introduced and are reportedly the company's cheapest as of date, but they are purchasable exclusively by corporate employees and health insurance members. The images show that the tracker will be available in vivid colors like blue and pink.
Pricing on fitness trackers can not be raised all that much without pushing them into smartwatch territory, an area that is notoriously hard to thrive in.