• Fitbit Inspire
  • Fitbit Inspire
  • Fitbit Inspire
  • Fitbit Inspire
  • Fitbit Inspire

Specs / Features


Specification

Tech Spec
Display Type OLED
Battery Life Up to 5 days
Compatibility Android, iOS, Windows 10 devices
Specification
Brand Fitbit
Warranty 12 months
Release date 22-March-2019
Weight 18.1 grams
(0.64 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Pocket-lint

Essentially a pretty pedometer

from Pocket-lint

The Fitbit Inspire is a slim, stylish and waterproof activity tracker that offers a great performance in the features it offers, whilst also offering numerous accessories to change the look. We'd recommend spending the extra money for the Inspire HR to really get the most out of Fitbit's excellen...More

The Fitbit Inspire is a slim, stylish and waterproof activity tracker that offers a great performance in the features it offers, whilst also offering numerous accessories to change the look. We'd recommend spending the extra money for the Inspire HR to really get the most out of Fitbit's excellent platform and everything it offers though.

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Wareable

Fitbit's cheapest fitness tracker perhaps keeps things too basic

from Wareable

The Fitbit Inspire is a no-frills fitness tracker wrapped up in a design that's sportier looking than the device it replaces. All of those basic features work without issue - but is that enough? When you can get a whole lot more with the Inspire HR for just a little more cash, we're not so sure.┬...More

The Fitbit Inspire is a no-frills fitness tracker wrapped up in a design that's sportier looking than the device it replaces. All of those basic features work without issue - but is that enough? When you can get a whole lot more with the Inspire HR for just a little more cash, we're not so sure. There's nothing wrong with the Inspire - but a bit more cash could get you a lot more.

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Tech Advisor

An attractive, affordable fitness tracker

from Tech Advisor

We'd happily recommend the Inspire to a casual fitness enthusiast, since it's affordable, smart-looking and easy to use. But be warned that you don't get a lot by way of advanced fitness features: there's no GPS, no heart monitor, no altimeter. If you can live without these, this is a sensible money-saving option.

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We'd happily recommend the Inspire to a casual fitness enthusiast, since it's affordable, smart-looking and easy to use. But be warned that you don't get a lot by way of advanced fitness features: there's no GPS, no heart monitor, no altimeter. If you can live without these, this is a sensible money-saving option.

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iMore

A comfortable, basic tracker that lacks heart

from iMore

For $30 less than the Inspire HR, you lose heart rate tracking, which also means losing a bunch of other important fitness features that rely on the sensor. Fine for simple step counting, most people should spend the extra money on the Inspire HR.

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For $30 less than the Inspire HR, you lose heart rate tracking, which also means losing a bunch of other important fitness features that rely on the sensor. Fine for simple step counting, most people should spend the extra money on the Inspire HR.

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TrustedReviews

Does away with the heart rate monitor to hit a lower price point

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The Fitbit Inspire cuts one too many features without adequately slashing the price for it to earn a recommendation over the Inspire HR.

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The Fitbit Inspire cuts one too many features without adequately slashing the price for it to earn a recommendation over the Inspire HR.

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