Today, Fitbit introduces a new wearable device lineup. There are high-end smartwatches alongside the Inspire 3 fitness tracker. The smartwatches are Versa 4, and Sense 2.
The Sense continues its predecessor with an EDA sensor to manage all-day stress. The feature helps users to manage stress and be aware of potential stress that builds resilience over time. While the Versa 4 has 40 exercise modes, GPS, and more than 1,000 workouts and mindfulness sessions hidden behind the Fitbit Premium paywall. The device provides sleep tracking and the Daily Readiness Score to suggest when to push hard or take a rest day.
Google acquired Fitbit, and the company promises to provide Maps and Wallet apps that will be available soon on Versa 4 and Sense 2.
The Versa 4 and Sense 2 will have 24/7 heart rate monitoring, real-time stats, and up to six days of battery life. The company also provides fast charging, so you need 12 minutes of charging and can use it in one day.
The Inspire 3 has some features, including tracker logs activities, heart rate, calories, distance, sleep and stress management device. The device design is thin, light, and now a vibrantly colorful package. This wearable device can be operated for up to 10 days and 3 or more days with the always-on display function.
The Versa 4 will cost $229.95, the Sense 2 at $299.95, and the Inspire 3 at $99.95. All devices will get six-month auto-renewing Premium membership for free. You can purchase the device through fitbit.com and official global retailers. The Inspire 3 will roll out in September, while the other two are coming “this fall”.